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 States of Art - Forming the glory of India
The state is bound by Uttar Pradesh and Delhi in the east, Punjab in the west, Himachal Pradesh in the north, and Rajasthan in the south.
The third youngest state of the Indian Union, Mizoram is perched on the high hills of the north eastern corner of India, and is flanked by Bangladesh on the west, and Myanmar on the east and south.
The state of Nagaland was formally inaugurated on December 1, 1963, as the 16th state of the Indian Union.
members.tripod.com /~sagrawal/state.htm   (7065 words)

  
 States and territories of India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nagaland was made a state in 1962, Meghalaya and Himachal Pradesh in 1971, and Tripura and Manipur in 1972.
The Kingdom of Sikkim was annexed to India as a state in 1975.
Mizoram was made a state in 1986, and Goa and Arunachal Pradesh in 1987, while Goa's northern exclaves of Daman and Diu became a separate union territory.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/States_and_territories_of_India   (393 words)

  
 Chronicles of Oklahoma
Several of the states, notably Alabama and Mississippi, sent commissioners to the capitals of the border slave-holding states to advise with their brethren as to ways and means of meeting the "impending crisis." As these outlying states had "a common interest in the institution of slavery, and must be common sufferers in its overthrow,"
The permission given the Fort Cobb Indians to move with the troops was vigorously objected to by the Indian agents at Fort Smith, headquarters of the Southern Superintendency.
The Office of Indian Affairs had taken official notice of it early in June, 1860, when Commissioner Greenwood reported to the Secretary of the Interior "that a secret organization has been formed in the Cherokee Nation," and asked that the Secretary of War be requested to detail troops to assist in breaking it up.
digital.library.okstate.edu /chronicles/v017/v017p315.html   (5039 words)

  
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When the territory of the 13 colonies was separated from English rule, the greater part of this tribe was left on the south side of the boundary.
The census of 1910 gave 20,214 in the United States, of whom 8,234 were in Minnesota, 4,299 in Wisconsin, 3,725 in Michigan, 2,966 in North Dakota, and the balance scattered among 18 States.
Tradition states that they were destroyed by the united efforts of the Chickasaw and Choctaw, but the latter were uniformly allied with the French and hostile to the Chickasaw when this alliance is supposed to have been in existence.
americanindian.net /StatesM.html   (16707 words)

  
 Terror Tuesday: Impact on South Asia -- Response -- Indian Media
The absence of a reference to the Indian conditions for a resumption of the talks did suggest that Moscow concurs with the line that the U.S. and the European Union have been taking on the India-Pakistan dispute.
However, as it will be ``a capital mistake to theorise before one has data'', it is important that Governments take urgent and concerted steps to track down the perpetrators of this new form of terror.
Included in the list are outfits as far apart as the Hamas and the Hizbolla in the Middle East, ETA, the Basque separatist group in Spain, and three Colombian groups operating in the civil war torn South American nation.
www.satp.org /satporgtp/usa/Indian_Media.htm   (13986 words)

  
 Kodungallur : The Cradle of Christianity In India 2000
Kodungallur was in the administrative Taluk of Kodungallur in the Trichur District of the erstwhile Cochin State.
According to the census of 1931 (Cochin State) Christians were 6% of the population in the Taluk compared with 29% in the Trichur Taluk, 32% in the Mukundapuram Taluk and 40% in the Cochin - Kanayannur Taluk.
We read in Strabo (15-1-4) of the South Indian king, Pandion sending an embassy to Augustus; and in Pliny, 6.22 (24), of the king of Ceylon, impressed by the unheard of justice of the Romans whose denari were all of equal weight, despatching to Nero’s Rome 4 ambassadors of whom the chief was Rachis (Raja).
www.indianchristianity.com /html/Books.htm   (6641 words)

  
 The Indiana Historian - topics
The history of Indiana's state historic markers, early accounts of travel, and a marker survey are included.
Focuses on statehood; Indian lands; Trail of Death; 1992 events and population.
The beginnings of Indianapolis and Marion County through the arrival of state government in the fall of 1824.
www.statelib.lib.in.us /www/ihb/publications/tihtop.html   (1679 words)

  
 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE OF THE SIKH HOMELAND
Indian National Congress had consistently propagated a federal structure for the new India with autonomous unilingual States and had pledged constitutional safeguards to the minorities.
Even its capital city Chandigarh and large chunks of Punjabi speaking areas were kept out The crucial subjects about the control, development and distribution of the waters and hydel power of Punjab rivers was kept in central hands in violation of Constitution and the precedents set everywhere else.
This digression from the main theme of the creation of the Punjabi speaking state is important because of the relevance of the character of the man who was the principal actor in breaking up of the country and its prime minister during the first 17 years of its independence.
www.khalistan.net /kos_colps.htm   (19177 words)

  
 Teaching the Journal of American History
But to the United States they are fresh problems, perplexing and irritating, and already bringing battles in their train." The British Empire was not the only European empire that Americans imagined in seeking their place in the world in the late nineteenth century.
The union of the Angle and the Saxon formed a new and valuable type, but the process of race evolution was not completed when the Angle and the Saxon met.
While some "anti-imperialists" included criticisms of the treatment of Indians in their warnings against overseas colonial rule over additional "backward races," for most the conquest of the West represented the peaceful and natural outpouring of "civilization," the pushing back of the frontier of liberty.
www.indiana.edu /~jah/teaching/2002_03/article.shtml   (12668 words)

  
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The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) is a kind of 'bargain' or 'deal' between the nuclear weapon states, signed in 1968 and in force since 1970, whereby the nuclear weapon states agreed to work to get rid of their nuclear weapons 'at an early date' and everybody else agreed not to get any of them.
Those states, which are also the permanent members of the U.N. Security Council, released a joint statement the other day re-affirming their commitment to disarmament that is directly contradicted by the U.S.=92s =93Dr.
An unequivocal undertaking by the nuclear-weapon States to accomplish the total elimination of their nuclear arsenals and, in the forthcoming NPT review period 2000-2005, to engage in an accelerated process of negotiations and to take steps leading to nuclear disarmament to which all States parties are committed under Article VI.
www.xmission.com /pub/lists/abolition-usa/archive/abolition-usa.200005   (14719 words)

  
 U.S. States by date of statehood - Internet Accuracy Project
Each of the 50 states comprising the United States of America are listed in order by the date each individual state joined the United States Union.
One could certainly consider all 13 original colonies to be members of the United States from the date of the Declaration of Independence, July 4th, 1776, or from the date of ratification of the Articles of Confederation.
The dates of statehood on this list do not account for the secession during the American Civil War of several Southern states to form the Confederate States of America or the subsequent restoration of those states to the U.S. following the Civil War.
www.accuracyproject.org /usstatehood.html   (571 words)

  
 BurmaNet News, October 28, 2004
In Washington, State Department spokesman Richard Boucher claimed on October 21 that Soe Win was "directly involved in the decision to carry out the brutal attack on Aung San Suu Kyi on May 30, 2003," in which up to 70 people are said to have died and which led to Suu Kyi's current house arrest.
Than Shwe, with eight of his cabinet ministers in tow, landed in the Indian capital on Sunday to a red carpet welcome befitting the first visit by a Burmese head of state in 24 years and one that would last eight days.
That was a quarter of century too long for analysts and leaders in India who have quietly steered a revamping of India’s policy towards its neighbors from a somewhat preachy and moralistic one advocating democratic values to one that takes in hard realities—both domestic and external.
six.pairlist.net /pipermail/burmanet/20041028/000566.html   (4285 words)

  
 Digital History
The Seminole Indians of Florida present their own history, including the story of Seminole resistance to the removal policy.
Documents and articles on diverse life in Indiana and the United States before the Civil War, including women’s lives, clothing medicine and disease, food, transportation, and religion.
A chronology listing important events in the history of emancipation during the Civil War.
www.digitalhistory.uh.edu /historyonline/annot_links_list.cfm   (3432 words)

  
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Mayor of Podgorica, capital of the Republic of Montenegro
Mayor of Osijek; Associate Professor of Literature at the Faculty of Education in the J.J. Strossmayer University in Osijek and former Vice Chancellor of the Osijek University.
Mayor of Vladikavkaz, capital of the North Ossetia, Alania.
www.unesco.org /cpp/uk/news/partlist.htm   (6247 words)

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