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Uprooted Reangs: Strangers in Their Motherland

Subrata Kumar Dutta (Author)
Synopsis North East India has been a cauldron of different ethnic (tribal) groups since past many centuries. Among these Reangs are scattered over many states, especially in Tribura and Mizoram. The present book relates the story of Reangs, their origin, beliefs, migration, and social change and all the more their agonies for permanent settlement.
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About the author

Subrata Kumar Dutta

Subrata Kumar Dutta is a Jornalist and Researcher based in Delhi. He was born in Assam in 1973. Having obtained his Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism from Assam University and Subsequently completed Master's Degree in Mass Communication from Guru Jambheshwar University, Haryana and Postgraduate in Human Rights from Indian Institute of Human Rights, New Delhi, currently hei s pursuing his Ph.D. on Information and Communication Technology in Development. He held three research projects, on: I. Torutre, Terrorism and Violation of Human Rights in Northeast: A Study on Reang Refugees, 2. NSCN and Naga Democracy, and 3. Police Torture and Human Rights in West Bengal. Some of the leading newspapers and magazines he has contributed in are: The Telegraphy (Kolkata), The North East Times (Guwahati), DQ Week (Delhi), Yojana (Delhi), Women's Era (Delhi), Alive (Delhi), PRP Journal of Human Rights (Delhi), Human Scape (Bombay), Krishi Jagaran (Delhi), Agriwatch (Delhi), Dainik Jugasankha (Silchar) and Oil Field Times (Guwahati).

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Title Uprooted Reangs: Strangers in Their Motherland
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8187606916
length xii+194p., Notes; Bibliography; Index; 22cm.