Sixth schedule : negotiating ethnic autonomy discourses in northeast India

Abstract: The Sixth Schedule for certain areas of Northeast India recognizes indigenous peoples’ rights to land and self-governance. It appears that application of the Sixth Schedule tend to aggravate tensions between the over 200 tribal groups in the country, to which the region is home.

Author(s): Kom, Ch. Sekholal; Brahma, Chintu

Source(s): , Journal of African & Asian local government studies (JAALGS); Vol. 1, No. 4] p. 30-54 Journal of African & Asian local government studies (JAALGS) Vol. 1, No. 4]

Published: 2012 Khon Kaen university. International association of local government scholars, [Khon Kaen (English

ISBN/ISSN: [2286-7104/

Link: http://jaalgs.net/journal/index.php/jals/article/download/33/30

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