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Naorem Sanajaoba

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Naorem Sanajaoba

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 1991. N.A. Condition: New. Xxiv+388pp The work on ?Law and Society? is a legal anthology on the contemporary issues that draw sufficient attention of the brain-trust of the day. Alternatives and creative approaches devised for understanding quite some of the high-profile a wider profile of options. Intelligent human actions-social or legal or quasi-political-are the consequences of sensible choice. The year 2001 literally is impregnated with optimism, success and development. The work incorporates an erudite Foreword from a Judge of the Supreme Court of India, ?dialektike Techne? in lieu of an introduction three parts-Justicing, Researchers and Contemporary issues like the federal crisis, experiences-followed by appendices of considerable importance. The creative justicing in Indian Supreme Court, national policy-making in American Supreme Court and public interest litigation are found in the first part. The unconventional legal inquiries, studies in human rights and the banning of human torture are in Part II. The last part borders on star wars. Third world constitutional issues in India, the constitutional and federal questions elsewhere among others. hese issues are provoking the think-tanks who have indicated significant concern over the human causes, pluralistic policy a national questions just to cite a few. It is time to look around the emerging edge of the next century. Sociology of Law acquires newer perspectives and premises. Seller Inventory # 252107

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Naorem Sanajaoba

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Naorem Sanajaoba

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ISBN 10: 8170992680 ISBN 13: 9788170992684

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 1988. N.A. Condition: New. Historical explosions led the Manipuris to spread over in Mayanmar, Bangladesh (East Pakistan), Indian states of Tripura, Cachar and central districts of Assam and even to Nabadwip enclave in West Bengal. Manipuri diaspora are retaining their language, culture and heritage. They face uphill task to retain this culture due to Burmanisation of ethnic groups in myanmar. Manipuris are accustomed to speak and write Bengali in Tripura and Assamese in Assam respectively. MPP-IV dwells upon pan Manipuris in Asia and the Manipuri indigenous people. Part III of the volume incorporates the native people and archaeology. As many as 140 coloured photographs and a dozen sketches inside enrich the contents and the context. Survival of the Manipuris after Burmese holocaust in 19th century is a classic case in history. The introduction narrates the story. The trajectory of civilization of people of Manipur and the Manipuris in Asia is depicted in the four volumes. Manipurologists and scholars would find the time-travel through the pages interesting, information and reflective. 1988-2005. Seller Inventory # 252091

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N. Sanajaoba

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About this Item: Manas. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Constitutional discourse: 1. The proposed new constitution. 2. Constitution and multi-national questions. 3. Judicial activism: substance and polemic. 4. Open government and C.A.G. 5. Constitutionalism of princely state. II. Rights discourse: 6. Human rights in the 21st century. 7. Rights of HIV-AIDS persons. 8. Indigenous peoples' rights. 9. Humanitarian laws of early India. 10. Humanitarian laws in the peripheral states. 11. Rights of the child in armed conflicts. 12. Human Rights: India's Third Report, 1995. 13. Right to life in peril. 14. Armed Forces Special Powers Act, 1958. III. Enlarged legal discourse: 15. Law- science discourse. 16. CLS in main stream legal thought. 17. Post- modernist legal knowledge. 18. Futurology and the new order. 19. Designers for peace diplomacy. Annexures. Index. 327 pp. Seller Inventory # 9443

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N Sanajaoba

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About this Item: Akansha, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. The international criminal court. 2. Peace and human rights in the new world order. 3. Human rights in armed conflict areas. 4. Revisiting Justice Reddy report on the armed forces special powers act 1958. 5. Federalism issues and challenges. 6. Ethnic conflicts and resolutions. 7. Structure of negotiation between metropolitan power and national liberation authority. 8. Early national institutions (NE region). Annex. Index. The provocative book from the unconventional writer of eminence and standing is no longer a religious re affirmation of the outworn ideas as harboured by a vast majority of incorrigible conservative defenders of the establishment faith the proverbial YES MEN. The brief travel would take you to the problematics and possibilities of the ICC the international criminal court [2002 onwards armed conflicts peace formats in the sensitive NE region of India and an examination of Justice Jeevan Reddy report [2005] on the dreaded armed forces special powers act 1958 that burns Manipur and the region. Part second of the book opens the space for federal crisis in the NE region like Assam [now Asom] ethnic conflicts early national institutions problematics of negotiation between the government of India and the rebel guerrrillas in the NE region and the issue about imagined greater ethnic homelands. Here is another way of looking at lingering problems. 254 pp. Seller Inventory # 65019

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2005. N.A. Condition: New. lxxxi, 463 p. , ill., 25 cm.pp Historical explosions led the Manipuris to spread over in Mayanmar, Bangladesh (East Pakistan), Indian states of Tripura, Cachar and central districts of Assam and even to Nabadwip enclave in West Bengal. Manipuri diaspora are retaining their language, culture and heritage. They face uphill task to retain this culture due to Burmanisation of ethnic groups in myanmar. Manipuris are accustomed to speak and write Bengali in Tripura and Assamese in Assam respectively. MPP-IV dwells upon pan Manipuris in Asia and the Manipuri indigenous people. Part III of the volume incorporates the native people and archaeology. As many as 140 coloured photographs and a dozen sketches inside enrich the contents and the context. Survival of the Manipuris after Burmese holocaust in 19th century is a classic case in history. The introduction narrates the story. The trajectory of civilization of people of Manipur and the Manipuris in Asia is depicted in the four volumes. Manipurologists and scholars would find the time-travel through the pages interesting, information and reflective. Seller Inventory # 252344

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About this Item: Akansha. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. The Brits made a point in lieu of introduction/ N. Sanajaoba. 1. Manipur: physical aspects/B.C. Allen. 2. Manipur/Francis Hamilton. 3. On Manipur/Walter Hamilton. 4. Muneepoor/R. Boileau Pemberton.5. Munnipore/John M'Cash. 6. Munniporee/J. Forbes Watson, John William Kaye. 7. Manipur/R. Brown. 8. Manipur/Sir Edward Gait. 9. Manipur/B.C. Allen, EA Gait, C.G.A. Vllen and H.F. Howard. 10. Manipur state/Sir Robert Reid. 11. Manipur population/B.C. Allen. 12. The Manipuris and their neighbours/Edward Tuite Delton. 13. Original of Manipuris/R. Brown. 14. Manipur/Alexander Mackenzie. 15. The people of Manipur/E.W. Dun. Vol. II: I. Manipuri law, customs and hill men: 16. Laws and customs/T.C. Hodson. 17. The hill tribes of Manipur/M. McColloh. 18. The Nagas of Manipur/George Watt. 19. Manipur hill-people/Ethel St. Claim Grimwood. 20. Manipur/Sir James Johnstone. 21. The Naga tribes of Manipur/T.C. Hodson. 22. The old Kuki clans/J. Shakespear. II. Language and culture: 23. Manipur industries/B.C. Allen. 24. The old Manipuri character/G.H. Damant. 25. Naga Kuki sub group/G.A. Grierson. 26. Meithei language/G.A. Grierson. 27. The Meitheir religion/T.C. Hodson. Index. "The present book in two volumes is a compilation of what the British officials wrote about the history, geography, economy, society and cultural history of Manipur during the 19 century and the early part of the 20 century. The British-anthology about Manipur had been written by British colonial officials and military commanders. They are of enormous historiographical significance even today. 700 pp. Seller Inventory # 44804

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Naorem Sanajaoba

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About this Item: Mittal, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Manipuris in Myanmar (Burma) and Bangladesh 1. Manipuris outside Manipur/N. Khelchandra Singh. 2. The pan Manipuris/N. Tarunkumar Singh. 3. The kingdom of Pong and Manipur/R. Boileau Pemberton. 4. Burma Manipur corridor/Krishna Murari. 5. Political relations between the British Government and the Empire of Ava/Bayfield. 6. A tiny Manipur in Burma/Hijam Irabot. 7. Meeteis in Myanmar a brief account/A. Tomba Meetei. 8. Status of Meiteis in Myanmar/M. Kirti Singh. 9. Meities in Burma [An Ambassador remembers]/Ralengnao Khathing and Th. Tarunkumar. 10. Manipuri (Meitei) settlement in Bangladesh/A.K. Seram. 11. Socio political movement in Bangladesh/L. Rajendra Ch. Singha. 12. Inter ethnic relations in Bangladesh/Thokcham Jitendra Kumar Singh. 13. Manipuri women in Bangladesh/M. Mohen. 14. Manipuri Muslim (Meetei Pangal) in Bangladesh/Md. Abdul Khalique. 15. Manipur monuments in Bangladesh/Mutua Bahadur. II. Manipuris in Assam and Tripura etc 16. Meetei settlement in Barak Valley/S. Manik Chand Singh. 17. Socio cultural life of the Manipuris in Barak Valley/K.N. Chand. 18. Meeteis in Barak Valley socio economic conditions/P. Rajbihari Singh. 19. The Manipuris in the politics of Assam/Th. Babachandra Singh. 20. Manipuri peoples movement in Cachar movement led by Hijam Irawat and Naoria Phulo/Soyam Lokendrajit. 21. Meetei philosophy (Naoria Phulo)/H. Madan Mohan Singh. 22. Meeteis in Nagaon district of Assam/Karam Ibungohal. 23. Meitei Pangals outside Manipur (Manipuri Muslims)/Kheiruddin Chowdhury. 24. Manipuris in Tripura/R.K. Kamaljit Singha. 25. Socio economic conditions of Manipuris in Tripura/Mayengbam Ramgopal. 26. Cultural life of the Manipuris in Tripura/R.K. Jitendrajit Sinha. 27. Manipuri women in Tripura/D.N. Goswami. 28. The Manipuris in the political and the administrative affairs of Tripura/Wangkhem Biramangol. 29. Manipuris in Nabadwip/Prabir Kumar Bhattacharya. III. Manipuri autochthones and others 30. Pre historic archaeology of Manipur/L. Kunjeswori Devi. 31. Pre and proto historic account of Manipur/N. Birachandra. 32. Archaeological study of the Chakpa/M. Kirti. 33. Ethnology of the Chakpa/L. Ashok Kumar. 34. An outline study of the Chakpa/P. Khuman Khomba. 35. Meitei Brahmins (Bamons)/Longjam Nobinchandra. 36. The Meitei Pangal (Manipuri Muslims)/A. Rahman. Index. IV. Pan Manipuri life style (photographs). Historical explosions led the Manipuris to spread over in Myanmar Bangladesh (East Pakistan) Indian states of Tripura Cachar and central districts of Assam and even to Nabadwip enclave in West Bengal. Manipuri diaspora are retaining their language culture and heritage. They face uphill task to retain this culture due to Burmanisation of ethnic groups in Myanmar. Manipuris are accustomed to speak and write Bengali in Tripura and Assamese in Assam respectively. MPP IV dwells upon pan Manipuris in Asia and the Manipuri indigenous people. Part III of the volume incorporates the native people and archaeology. As many as 140 coloured photographs and a dozen sketches inside enrich the contents and the context. Survival of the Manipuris after Burmese holocaust in 19 century is a classic case in history. The introduction narrates the story. The trajectory of civilization of people of Manipur and the Manipuris in Asia is depicted in the four volumes. Manipurologists and scholars would find the time travel through the pages interesting informative and reflective. 464 pp. Seller Inventory # 57377

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About this Item: Akansha Publishing House, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present Book in two volumes is A Compilation of what the British officials wrote about the history, geography, economy, Society and Cultural History of Manipur during the 19 century and the early part of the 20 century. The British-anthology about Manipur had been written by British Colonial officials and Military commanders. They are of enormous historiographical significance even today. Here and there, one can point out certain unintended aberrations from the local sources and chronicles. In Large measure, the reports are credible. As an independent Country with her international boundary virtually consolidated by the 15 century A.D., Manipur has to militarily contact and engage with the Burmese and the British invaders. In the early 19 century she had been completely devastated by the Burmese invaders till she regained her sovereignty in 1826. The British paramountcy interfered with her Domestic affairs till 1947 and the paramountcy lapsed on its own. The Manipuri Nagas, Manipuri Kukis, Manipuri Muslims and the Valley Manipuris constitute the composite Ethnic fabric of Manipur. What the British officials wrote with the help of local scholars and sources about Manipur is brought under one cover by Dr. N. Sanajaoba for the benefit of all scholars and historiographers of South-East Asia. Printed Pages: 700. Seller Inventory # 63217

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About this Item: Akansha Publishing House, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present Book in two volumes is A Compilation of what the British officials wrote about the history, geography, economy, Society and Cultural History of Manipur during the 19 century and the early part of the 20 century. The British-anthology about Manipur had been written by British Colonial officials and Military commanders. They are of enormous historiographical significance even today. Here and there, one can point out certain unintended aberrations from the local sources and chronicles. In Large measure, the reports are credible. As an independent Country with her international boundary virtually consolidated by the 15 century A.D., Manipur has to militarily contact and engage with the Burmese and the British invaders. In the early 19 century she had been completely devastated by the Burmese invaders till she regained her sovereignty in 1826. The British paramountcy interfered with her Domestic affairs till 1947 and the paramountcy lapsed on its own. The Manipuri Nagas, Manipuri Kukis, Manipuri Muslims and the Valley Manipuris constitute the composite Ethnic fabric of Manipur. What the British officials wrote with the help of local scholars and sources about Manipur is brought under one cover by Dr. N. Sanajaoba for the benefit of all scholars and historiographers of South-East Asia. Printed Pages: 700. Seller Inventory # 63217

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Naorem Sanajaoba

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 1988. N.A. Condition: New. Historical explosions led the Manipuris to spread over in Mayanmar, Bangladesh (East Pakistan), Indian states of Tripura, Cachar and central districts of Assam and even to Nabadwip enclave in West Bengal. Manipuri diaspora are retaining their language, culture and heritage. They face uphill task to retain this culture due to Burmanisation of ethnic groups in myanmar. Manipuris are accustomed to speak and write Bengali in Tripura and Assamese in Assam respectively. MPP-IV dwells upon pan Manipuris in Asia and the Manipuri indigenous people. Part III of the volume incorporates the native people and archaeology. As many as 140 coloured photographs and a dozen sketches inside enrich the contents and the context. Survival of the Manipuris after Burmese holocaust in 19th century is a classic case in history. The introduction narrates the story. The trajectory of civilization of people of Manipur and the Manipuris in Asia is depicted in the four volumes. Manipurologists and scholars would find the time-travel through the pages interesting, information and reflective. 1988-2005. Seller Inventory # 252335

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About this Item: Regency, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. The law and conventions 1. The historical foundations of humanitarian action/Jean Guillermand. 2. Significance of the Geneva conventions for the contemporary world/Dietrich Schindler. 3. 1949 and 1999 making the Geneva conventions relevant after the Cold War/David Forsythe. 4. The 1977 protocols a landmark in the development of International Humanitarian Law/Rene Kosirnik. 5. Essentials of the law of war/F. De Mulinen. 6. The law of air warfare/Javier Guisandez Gomez. 7. San Remo manual on International Law applicable to armed conflict at sea/Louise Doswald Beck. 8. International Humanitarian Law and irregular warfare Latin America/Joaquin Cuadra Lacayo. 9. The law of internal crisis and conflict/Tom Hadden and Colin Harvey. 10. Refugees and internally displaced persons International Humanitarian Law and the role of the ICRC/Jean Philippe Lavoyer. 11. International Humanitarian Law and the protection of the environment in time of armed conflict/Philippe Antoine. 12. International Humanitarian Law/Hans peter Gasser. 13. The Martens Clause and the laws of armed conflict/Rupert Ticehurst. II. Enforcement and accountability 1. Implementation of human rights and Humanitarian Law in situations of armed conflict/David Weissbrodt and Peggy L. Hicks. 2. Implementing International Humanitarian Law problems and priorities/Dieter Fleck. 3. Training the armed forces to respect International Humanitarian Law the perspective of the ICRC delegate to the armed and security forces of South Asia/David Lloyd Roberts. 4. Implementation of International Humanitarian Law problems and prospects/Umesh Kadam. 5. The penal repression of violations of International Humanitarian Law applicable in non international armed conflicts/Denise Platnner. 6. The evolution of individual criminal responsibility under International Law/Edoardo Greppi. 7. Accountability for international crimes from conjecture to reality/Jelena Pejic. 8. The experience of the international criminal tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda/Paul Tavernier. 9. Complementary jurisdiction and International Criminal Justice/Oscar Solera. 10. The International Criminal Court/Naorem Sanajaoba. III. Perspectives 1. Acts of terror terrorism and International Humanitarian Law/Hans Peter Gasser. 2. New wars new weapons the obligation of states of assess the legality of means and methods of warfare/Isabelle Daoust Robin Coupland and Rikke Ishoey. 3. Wired warfare computer network attack and Jus in Bello/Michael N. Schmitt. 4. Landmines and measures to eliminate them/Jody Williams. 5. The advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice on the Legality of Nuclear Weapons/Hisakazu Fujita. 6. Is there a droit d ingerence in the sphere of information the right to information from the standpoint of International Humanitarian Law/Yves Sandoz. 7. The international fact finding commission article 90 of protocol I additional to the 1949 Geneva conventions/J. Ashley Roach. 8. The international committee of the red cross and humanitarian assistance a policy analysis/David P. Forsythe. 9. The ICRC and civil military relations in armed conflict/Meinrad Studer. 10. Conflict prevention and conflict resolution limits of multilateralism Fred Tanner. 11. International Humanitarian Law an Indo Asian perspective/V.S. Mani. 12. The wars of the 21 century/Herfried Munkler. Index. A Manual of International Humanitarian Laws published with the academic support of the ICRC the South Asia delegation in particular is a basic manual for military leadership senior officials in navy airforce army police judges lawyers jurists non state entities (rebel outfits) media university and laws school professors and students in universities in India South Asia and abroad. The selection is one of the best so far in the discipline. The character of armed conflicts (read also war) has changed after 1990s however humanitarian laws regulate conduct of belligerents restrict and limit means and methods of. Seller Inventory # 53404

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N. Sanajaoba (Ed.) & Vincent Nicod (Frwd)

Published by Regency Publications/Daya Publishing House (2004)

ISBN 10: 8187498889 ISBN 13: 9788187498889

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About this Item: Regency Publications/Daya Publishing House, 2004. Softcover. Condition: New. A manual of International Humanitarian Laws, published with the Academic support of the ICRC-the South Asia delegation in particular, is a basic manual for Military leadership, senior officials in navy, airforce, army, police, judges, lawyers, jurists, Non-state entities (rebel outfits), media, University and Laws School professors and students in universities in India, South Asia and abroad. The selection is one of the best so far in the discipline. The Character of armed Conflicts (read also war) has changed after 1990s; however, humanitarian laws regulate conduct of belligerants, restrict and limit Means and methods of Warfare in the 21st century, protect civilians, non-combatants, hors de combat and other protected persons. The edited work-a significant one from an experienced and eminent professor of Law and a campaigner for human rights-in India`s most volatile NE region is a must-read for every one in the West and the East, particularly South Asia. The work dwells upon The Law and Conventions, Enforcement and Accountability, the Perspectives of the Humanitarian Laws-Geneva, the Hague and the UN laws and the trend. The Foreword has been contributed by the Chief delegate of the ICRC in South Asia in due appreciation of the comprehensive volume on Laws of War. Printed Pages: 800. Seller Inventory # 59602

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About this Item: Regency Publications/Daya Publishing House, 2004. Softcover. Condition: New. A manual of International Humanitarian Laws, published with the Academic support of the ICRC-the South Asia delegation in particular, is a basic manual for Military leadership, senior officials in navy, airforce, army, police, judges, lawyers, jurists, Non-state entities (rebel outfits), media, University and Laws School professors and students in universities in India, South Asia and abroad. The selection is one of the best so far in the discipline. The Character of armed Conflicts (read also war) has changed after 1990s; however, humanitarian laws regulate conduct of belligerants, restrict and limit Means and methods of Warfare in the 21st century, protect civilians, non-combatants, hors de combat and other protected persons. The edited work-a significant one from an experienced and eminent professor of Law and a campaigner for human rights-in India`s most volatile NE region is a must-read for every one in the West and the East, particularly South Asia. The work dwells upon The Law and Conventions, Enforcement and Accountability, the Perspectives of the Humanitarian Laws-Geneva, the Hague and the UN laws and the trend. The Foreword has been contributed by the Chief delegate of the ICRC in South Asia in due appreciation of the comprehensive volume on Laws of War. Printed Pages: 800. Seller Inventory # 59602

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N Sanajaoba

Published by Manas, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8170492424 ISBN 13: 9788170492429

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About this Item: Manas, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Preface. I. Civil and political rights 1. Universal declaration of human rights. 2. The proclamation of Teheran. 3. Vienna declaration and programme of action. 4. International covenant on civil and political rights. 5. Optional protocol to the international covenant on civil and political rights. 6. Second optional protocol to the international covenant on civil and political rights aiming at the abolition of the death penalty. 7. UN declaration on the rights and responsibility of individuals groups and organs of society to protect human rights. 8. UN High Commissioner for the promotion and protection of all human rights. 9. Convention against torture and other cruel in human or degrading treatment or punishment. 10. Declaration on the protection of all persons from enforced disappearance. 11. Principles for the protection of all persons under any form of detention or imprisonment. 12. Basic principles for the treatment of prisoners. 13. United Nations standard minimum rules for the administration of Juvenile Justice. 14. Freedom of information convention on the international right of correction. 15. Declaration on the territorial Asylum. 16. Convention on the rights of the child. 17. Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women. 18. Reservation by the Government of India. 19. Convention on the nationality of married women. 20. Reservation of Government of India. 21. Declaration on the rights of disabled persons. II. Regional instruments 22. American declaration on the rights and duties of man. 23. Additional protocol to the American convention on human rights in the area of economic social and cultural rights. 24. Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms. 25. Protocol No. 2 to the convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms European Court. 26. Protocol No. 10 to the convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms. 27. Protocol No. 11 to the convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms. 28. Revised European social charter. 29. African charter on human and people's rights. 30. Rules of procedure of the African Commission on human and peoples rights. 31. The Cairo declaration on human rights in Islam. 32. India the protection of human rights act. Vol. II III. Socio economic and cultural rights 33. International covenant on economic social and cultural rights. 34. Declaration of Government of India. 35. Declaration on the right to development. 36. Declaration on social progress and development. 37. Convention concerning the abolition of forced labour. 38. Convention concerning employment promotion and protection against unemployment. 39. Convention concerning the promotion of collective bargaining. 40. Equal remuneration convention. 41. Universal declaration on the eradication of hunger and malnutrition. 42. Declaration on the use of scientific and technological progress in the interests of peace and for the benefit of mankind. 43. Convention on human rights and biomedicine. 44. UN Commission on human rights resolution 1995/44 on HIV and AIDS. 45. UN Sub Commission on prevention of discrimination and protection of minorities resolution 1995/21 on HIV and AIDS. IV. Collective rights 46. Declaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and peoples. 47. Annex the general assembly resolution implementation of the declaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and peoples. 48. Right of peoples and nations to permanent sovereignty over natural resources. 49. International convention on the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination. 50. Declaration of Government of India. 51. Framework convention for the protection of national minorities. 52. Declaration of the rights of persons belonging to national or ethnic religious and linguistic minorities. 53. Convention against discrimination in education. 54. Convention concerning discrimination in re. Seller Inventory # 56011

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N. Sanajaoba

Published by Akansha Publishing House (2003)

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About this Item: Akansha Publishing House, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present Book in two volumes is A Compilation of what the British officials wrote about the history, geography, economy, Society and Cultural History of Manipur during the 19 century and the early part of the 20 century. The British-anthology about Manipur had been written by British Colonial officials and Military commanders. They are of enormous historiographical significance even today. Here and there, one can point out certain unintended aberrations from the local sources and chronicles. In Large measure, the reports are credible. As an independent Country with her international boundary virtually consolidated by the 15 century A.D., Manipur has to militarily contact and engage with the Burmese and the British invaders. In the early 19 century she had been completely devastated by the Burmese invaders till she regained her sovereignty in 1826. The British paramountcy interfered with her Domestic affairs till 1947 and the paramountcy lapsed on its own. The Manipuri Nagas, Manipuri Kukis, Manipuri Muslims and the Valley Manipuris constitute the composite Ethnic fabric of Manipur. What the British officials wrote with the help of local scholars and sources about Manipur is brought under one cover by Dr. N. Sanajaoba for the benefit of all scholars and historiographers of South-East Asia. Printed Pages: 700. Seller Inventory # 63217

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