North East India: Globalization and Sarvodaya

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Overview

  • Author :J.N. Nanda
  • Year of Publication :2008
  • ISBN: :9788180695018
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 88
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: North East Indian Studies, Social Work

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About the Book :

This book takes stock of the planned development being attempted in North East India, especially in the light of globalization. It studies the situation in the region and its environment for identifying the roots of disaffection of the disgruntled elements in the region. It further provides grist to the mill of speculation about the boastful unity of the country and the lasting cohesion of the structure of the Indian Civilization. It also emphasizes that the Sarvodaya is the panacea for resolving the grievances of the people, and pleads for all-sided progress and development of North East India, giving fillip to the local autonomy, preservation of their cultural ethos and providing the tribal people an honourable place.


About Author :


J.N. Nanda besides being an Eminent Scientist with two earned doctorates in Physics and Applied Physics respectively has also been active in the social and cultural sphere. He was the first scientist in India to begin research work in oceanography and underwater sound. He prefers the advance of co-existence rather than aiming at unity in diversity. Understanding the complexity of human mind, he advocates a new Mahayana of co-existence and earnest efforts to square beliefs with advances in science and technology. He has numerous papers and books to his name. He has travelled extensively and led some government delegations abroad.