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    Identity And Colonialism In Assam

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    colonialism. Assam, a state of India is no exception of it. Assam as said by many is the ‘melting pot of culture of various ethnic groups and tribes’. In the post-colonial Assam, this melting pot however, came in such an environment that the pot is being broken by some external forces. The forces have its genesis in the colonial rule. Regarding the identity crisis in postcolonial Assam Nandana Dutta has given a very useful argument. She argued that ‘the identity problem here in Assam, as in many post

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    Sustainable Development of Tourism in Assam. The Sustainable Development of Tourism in the State will lead to the following achievements-  Meet the needs of tourists and host regions while protecting opportunity for the the future.  Satisfy the demands of tourists and the tourism industry, and contunue to attract them to meet the first aim.  To increase the market share of Assam Inbound Tourism.  To promote and proper development of Sustainable Tourism of Assam.  Sustainable Tourism product which

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    ROLE OF COLONIAL PRESENCE IN INDIAN TEA PLANTATION INDUSTRY IN ASSAM AND DARJEELING The William Pitts India Act of 1784 gave the crown the power of guiding the politics of India with as little means of corrupt influence as possible, which in effect established a concrete link between the doings of the East India Company and the approval of the Royal Government, Because East India Company’s products were seen as “necessary” returns for public funds and trust put into the joint stock, the parliament

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    Indian Economic Movements Net losses at Tata Engineering Co (Telco) rose to Rs 60.36 crore, even as it struggled to absorb the full commissioning costs of its Rs 1,700 crore passenger car project. Turnover during the quarter was more encouraging, jumping 52 per cent to Rs 2,390 crore on the back of strong volume growth in the medium & heavy commercial vehicles segment and higher passenger car sales. Telco said it expected to break even towards the end of the year. Analysts said the Pune-based

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    Tribes of India

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    Indian Tribes : Among the 68 million citizens of India who are members of tribal groups, the Indian tribal religious concepts, terminologies, and practices are as varied as the hundreds of tribes, but members of these groups have one thing in common: they are under constant pressure from the major organized religions. Some of this pressure is intentional, as outside missionaries work among tribal groups to gain converts. Most of the pressure, however, comes from the process of integration within

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    India's Security Challenges

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    India is widely believed to have arrived on the global stage. The country is celebrated for its fastest-growing economies, educated professional class, its urban-based prosperity, and its Bollywood-fueled cultural influence abroad. However, while parts of the country bask in the glow of new-found affluence, others continue to toil in the gloom of abject poverty. This other side of India is also driven by violence and unrest, which increasingly targets the government. Although there was some disagreement

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    Statement of Purpose

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    and decided to give me more such sets. That was how my arsenal of building blocks expanded and so did my interest in this field. Academically, I have always been consistent. I passed my undergraduate degree course, B. E. in civil engineering from Assam Engineering College with 78.52% with honours. Before that, I had cleared my Class 12th Grade, AISSCE (All India Senior School Certificate Examination), with 86.6% and my 10th Grade exam, AISSE (All India Secondary School Examination), with 82.8%! It

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    India’s culture is very diverse. One may call it strange, weird, or even bizarre. The culture of India includes: different types of rituals, dances, jewelry, languages, people, and different customs. India’s culture is very beautiful and distinguishable. From rituals to languages the culture of India is amazing and full of life. The rituals in India are very unique. They are rituals for religion, Jain, and Sikh. There are many more rituals which contribute to India’s customs and culture.

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    attractions of Guwahati include Digholi Pukhuri, Deepor Beel, Guwahati Planetarium, Guwahati Zoo, Assam State Museum, Accoland and Srimanta Sankardeva Kalashetra. Visiting Guwahati will be incomplete if you do not try the authentic assamese cuisine. The restaurants in Guwahati offers you with the best assamese dishes. How to Reach By road The National Highway 40 connects Shillong with Guwahati. Assam State Transport Corporation (ASTC) regularly offers bus services from Shillong to Guwahati and vice

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    “Those who tell the stories also hold the power”-Plato French social theorist Michel Foucault developed a notion of discourse in “The Archaeology of Knowledge” and defined it as “systems of thoughts composed of ideas, attitudes, courses of action, beliefs and practices that systematically constructs the subjects and the worlds of which they speak”. Foucault traces the role of discourse in wider social processes of legitimating and power, emphasizing the construction of current truths, how they are

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