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Bangladesh Migrants: A Threat to India

 
P.K. Mishra (Author)
Synopsis

Bangladesh Migrants : A Threat to India is an effort made by depicting real problems faced in Indo-Bangladesh Border. The biggest problem India is facing is on the country’s economy and security due to continuous migration from Bangladesh from British period till today for various factors. The rising population, non-availability of land, unemployment including weak currency, floods and cyclones, push Bangladeshis to India for a better economic opportunity, good education and various Islamic interests. The large presence of about six crores of illegal Bangladeshi migrants have posed maximum threat to India’s security. India has failed to deal with the problem of migration which had involved political interests. The author in his book has suggested various measures with a wealth of information which will open the eyes of political leaders to understand the gravity of demographic changes noticed in Indian border states.

Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. The problem. 2. Demographic profile/geography/availability of land of Bangladesh. 3. Causes of immigration from Bangladesh. 4. What is the impact. 5. What are being projected. 6. History. 7. Implications. 8. Security: militancy, organised crime, ISI linkage. 9. Counter measures. 10. Main deductions/implications and recommendations. Appendix. Index.

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About the author

P.K. Mishra

Dr. Prabodh Kumar Mishra (born: 1937), Ph.D., D. Litt., former Professor of History at the Sambalpur University, is a reputed scholar of Indology and an expert on Orissan history and culture. Associated with various prestigious societies and organizations like the Indian History Congress and Numismatic Society of India, he has been the President of the Orissa History Congress for the Year 1986-87 and 1995-96; and Vice-President of the South Indian History Congress for 1982-84. A Ford Foundation scholar in India, Senior ICHR and UGC Fellow, Prof. Mishra has written a number of books which include Political History of Orissa (1979); Madhusudan Das, His Speeches (1980); Evolution of Orissa and Her Culture (1984); Culture, Tribal History and Freedom Movement (1987); Heritage of India (2 Vols.); Aspects of Indian History and Historiography. His recent works are Archaeology of Mayurbhanj (1996); Compreh3ensivde History and Culture of Orissa (2 Vols. 1997); Studies in Hindu and Buddhist Art (1999); and Changing Pattern of Political Culture (2000).

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Bibliographic information

Title Bangladesh Migrants: A Threat to India
Author P.K. Mishra
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Gyan Pub. House
Language: English
isbn 9788121212182
length 304p., Illustrations; Map; 22cm.