Arunachal Pradesh - Past and Present
Arunachal Pradesh, literally meaning the ?Land of the Rising Sun? occupies important position in India due to its strategic location. Earlier known as NEFA, this mountainous states endowed with rich fauna and flora and inhabited by different tribal groups caught the attention of Government of India only after Chinese invasion in 1962. Since then development efforts are made on large scale, yet industrially the state is backward. The present book relates the journey of Arunachal from past to the present. Supported by facts and figures drawn from various authoritative accounts (official and individual), this book contains eleven chapters, highlighting all major issues. Definitely, the present endeavour will prove useful and informative to one and all concerned.
H.G. Joshi (b. 1970) holds a Master’ degree in Political Science besides a Law degree from the Kumaon University. A journalist by inclination, he worked on a brief stint with a Delhi-based weekly. Propagating socio-political awareness among masses in the Central Himalayan region, he has been actively engaged in grass-roots level politics in Uttaranchal. Having great interest in the fascinating study of North-Eastern states, he has three books to his credit besides many articles on contemporary social issues in different newspapers. His latest books entitled Sikkim: Past and Present, Meghalaya Past and Present, Mizoram Past and Present published by Mittal Publications has been widely acclaimed throughout the world and in the North-Eastern region of India in Particular.
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