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The Naga Story: First Armed Struggle in India

Harish Chandola (Author) Raji Narasimhan (Translator) Harish Chandola (Translator)

Calling the Naga movement the mother of armed struggle in India, the volume deals with the history of the Naga people, covering events from the history of the birth of the state of Nagaland to the current movement by the National Socialist Council of Nagalim for the unification of Naga-inhabited areas in the North-east of India under one administration. It deals with the armed movement the Nagas launched under the leadership of Zapuhizo in the early 1950s to form an independent country. It discusses the various stages through which the Naga struggle has passed since them, mobilising political consciousness among the people and organising a guerrilla force.


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About the author

Raji Narasimhan

Forever Free of Raji Narasimhans second novel and a fourth book. She has wide and intensive journalistic experience having worked as a free lancer and staff reporter for Indian Express for severa years. in 1967 she gave up journalism for creative writing. Forever Free was taught test in the English Curriculum of IIT, Delhi for almost ten years. Raji Narasimhan lives in Delhi.

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Title The Naga Story: First Armed Struggle in India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2013
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Chicken Neck
Language: English
isbn 9788192072265
length 428p., Illustrations; Map; 23cm.