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|Title:||Mizoram: Historical, geographical , social, economic, political and administrative|
|Authors:||Singh, S N|
|Keywords:||Identity crisis, regionalism, geographical location, characteristic of Mizoram, geopolitics, geostrategy, political geography, terminological explanation (crisis situation) Core area - conflict of opposite interests perception and response|
Geographical milieu of Mizoram: Physiography, geology, major regions, climate, soil, vegetation, drainage
Historical evolution and population distribution: Early history, causes of migration, Kabaw settlement,Chin Hills settlement, Lusei, Ralte, Paite, Rankhol and Thado, Shendu, Lakher, Chakma, Riangs, Pangs, Bawm, Tlanglau, Lushai expedition, demographic pattern, tribes, religion, settlement of Mizo villages, population density (Rural and Urban), occupational structure, sex ratio, literacy
Socio-economic profile of Mizoram: Community festivals, agricultural problems, land utilization, land use pattern, tenancy system, types of farming, major crops, livestock, fisheries, forest
Evolution of boundary and administrative divisions: Concept of boundary, relevant background, boundary commission (P Maxwell and HWG Cole), boundary between Manipur and Mizoram, Mizoram and Burma, Mizoram-Assam (Cachar), Tripura and Mizoram, Mizoram and Bangladesh, Southern boundary (Mizoram and Burma). administrative division- historical background, inner line, circle system, Mizo Hills District, D.C.D.Blocks, boundary -Aizawl District, Lunglei District, Chhimtuipui Dt, impact of physiography on the evolution of administrative pattern
Political Institutions (Traditional and Modern): Relevance of traditional institutions in geography, chieftainship, Ramahul, Zaden Tlangau, Zawlbuk, modern institutions, Mizo District council and Pawi Lakher regional council, genesis (Scheduled District Act, backward area, excluded area, partially excluded area, cabinet proposal, North Eastern frontier (Assam), district conference, constituent assembly and sixth schedule, powers and functions of District Council, village council, impact of traditional institutions on subsequent development, governor of Mizoram, Council of ministers, Mizoram legislative Assembly
Political participation and perception among the Mizos: Meaning, types, political parties in Mizoram (Mizo Union, Tribal Union, Mara Freedom Party, Mizo Labour Party, Mizo Integration Party, Kalai National Council, United Pang Peoples Party, Chakma Jatiya Parishad, Mizo National Union, Mizo National Front, Indian National Congress), electoral behaviour, Mizo perception, Chakma, Poi, Hmar's perception, greater Mizoram, Mizo youth in Tripura.
Insurgency: Coupland plan, state govt, apathy, support of chiefs, ethnic tension, economic backwardness, role of Pakistan, impact of Naga insurgency, leadership of Laldenga, neglect of periphery, MNF's operation, jerico, MNF declared Independence, insurgency- development, operation crusade, geographical impact on insurgency, counter insurgency- aims and objectives, grouping of villages, Mizo accord 1974 and 1986
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