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Thus, Abor-Miri Students‟ Union was born to be headquartered at Pasighat. The students Daying Ering, Matin Dai, OsongEring, Tajum Koyu, and Susen Pao. Ninong Ering (born 3 January ) is an Indian politician, belonging to the Indian sons, and he is the son of the late Shri Daying Ering and Smt. Odam Ering. Daying Ering (–) was an Indian politician from Arunachal Pradesh. He was the chairman of the Ering Commission which heavily influenced the.
NH connects Pasighat with the rest of the country. Daily bus services are operated by the State Transport Department, Govt. Daily boat services are available from Dibrugarh to Oiramgaht from where one can reach Pasighat by local bus 25 km from Pasighat. The area holds important communities of plants and animals and together forms an ecosystem, which is unique and rare. It is also a staging site for migratory birds and has some of the largest concentrations of waterfowl in Arunachal Pradesh, especially in winter.
Daying Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary has also recorded varied woodland birds, notably, globally threatened species like the Bengal florican, swamp francolin, black-breasted parrot-bill, Pallas sea eagle and others.
The Reptiles Having a relatively large area under water, the sanctuary has rich potential for the development of fishery. The waters of the Siang River harbor a large number of species more than of Pisces turtles, water monitor lizards and reptiles.
Gangetic dolphins have also been recorded. The Fauna The grassy and forested islands are home to deer, wild buffalo, elephants and other rain forest species. The lucky may also catch a glimpse of the Tiger. The sanctuary offers a congenial habitat to migratory elephants due to its savannah type of grasslands.
The main attraction of the sanctuary is the mesmerizing waters of the Siang River sknown as the Tsangpo in Tibet and the Brahmaputra in Assam. With its river islets, it offers a spectrum of attractions for adventurers and eco-tourists.
Other Activities near the Sanctuary Wildlife viewing, river cruises, water recreation, white water sports kayaking, rafting, para-sailing and so forthangling, bird watching, ethno-botanical walks, herbal trails and study of its flora and fauna are the main attractions and potentials of the sanctuary.
Pitcher plants are also spotted in the sanctuary. The River is known to have its origin in China and offers one of the premium wilderness expeditions in the world.
Siang River valleys and tributaries are the home of the Adi people of Arunachal Pradesh. The Siang River offers ample opportunities for adventure sports like river rafting, angling, and trekking. A hanging bridge on the Siang River is an interesting sight to be seen.
The bridge made of cane and bamboo is around 60 to 70m long, connecting the hill tribal settlements. The river Siang is known as Brahmaputra in Assam. Special features of the Siang rivers are: Rafting under Hanging bridge.
A mountain cliff near Rottung is an important historical place because it was here that the Adi put up a strong resistance against the British in The war was a part of a punitive expedition undertaken by the British for murdering Noel Williamson, a political officer in the previous year by Matmur Jamoh, a native of Yagrung village.
A stone epitaph bearing the name of Noel. By the midth century, three Presidency towns, Madras, Bombay, and Calcutta had grown in size, during the period of Company rule in India, —, the Company gradually acquired sovereignty over large parts of India, now called Presidencies. However, it increasingly came under British government oversight, in effect sharing sovereignty with the Crown.
At the same time it gradually lost its mercantile privileges, following the Indian Rebellion ofthe Companys remaining powers were transferred to the Crown. In the new British Raj, sovereignty extended to a few new regions, increasingly, however, unwieldy presidencies were broken up into Provinces. Inthe English East India Company established a settlement at Surat, and it was followed in by a permanent factory at Machilipatnam on the Coromandel Coast, and in the company joined other already established European trading companies in Bengal.
Company rule in Bengal, however, ended with the Government of India Act following the events of the Bengal Rebellion of and these rulers were allowed a measure of internal autonomy in exchange for British suzerainty.
Independence from British rule was achieved in with the formation of two nations, the Dominions of India and Pakistan, the latter also including East Bengal, present-day Bangladesh.
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The term British India also applied to Burma for a time period, starting ina small part of Burma. This arrangement lasted untilwhen Burma commenced being administered as a separate British colony, British India did not apply to other countries in the region, such as Sri Lanka, which was a British Crown colony, or the Maldive Islands, which were a British protectorate.
It also included the Colony of Aden in the Arabian Peninsula, the original seat of government was at Allahabad, then at Agra from to Bombay Presidency, East India Companys headquarters moved from Surat to Bombay inthe East India Company, which was incorporated on 31 Decemberestablished trade relations with Indian rulers in Masulipatam on the east coast in and Surat on the west coast in The company rented a trading outpost in Madras inmeanwhile, in eastern India, after obtaining permission from the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to trade with Bengal, the Company established its first factory at Hoogly in Almost a half-century later, after Emperor Aurengzeb forced the Company out of Hooghly, by the midth century the three principal trading settlements, now called the Madras Presidency, the Bombay Presidency, and the Bengal Presidency were each administered by a Governor.
Shillong — Shillong is the capital and hill station of Meghalaya, also known as The Abode of Clouds, one of the smallest states in India. It is the headquarters of the East Khasi Hills district and is situated at an altitude of 4, feet above sea level.
Shillong is the th most populous city in India with a population ofaccording to the census and it is said that the rolling hills around the town reminded the European settlers of Scotland. Hence, they would refer to it as the Scotland of the East. Shillong has steadily grown in size since it was made the station of the Khasi.
It lies on the Shillong Plateau, the only major uplifted structure in the northern Indian shield, the city lies in the centre of the plateau and is surrounded by hills, three of which are revered in Khasi tradition, Lum Sohpetbneng, Lum Diengiei and Lum Shillong. Its summers are cool and very rainy, while its winters are cool, Shillong is subject to vagaries of the monsoon. The monsoons arrive in June and it rains almost until the end of August, october—November and March—April are the best months to visit Shillong.
The route was to traverse across the Khasi, David Scott overcame the difficulties his administration faced from the opposition of the Khasi Syiems — their chiefs and people. Impressed by the cool climate of Khasi Hills, they negotiated with the Syiem of Cherra in for a sanatorium for the British. Thus began the consolidation of British interests in the Khasi-Jaintia Hills, a serious uprising by the Khasis against foreign occupation of their land followed. It began early in and continued till Januaryeventually the Khasi confederate chiefs were no match against the military might of the British.
David Scott negotiated for the surrender of the leader of the Khasi resistance, Tirot Sing, after the resistance of the Khasis a political agent was posted in the hills, with its headquarters at Cherrapunjee.
But the climatic condition and facilities of Cherrapunjee did not make the British happy, they moved out to Shillong. The name Shillong was later adopted, as the location of the new town was below the Shillong Peak, ina separate Chief Commissionership was formed with Shillong as the seat of administration 4.
It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country, and it is bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest, and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast. Indias Andaman and Nicobar Islands share a border with Thailand. The Indian subcontinent was home to the urban Indus Valley Civilisation of the 3rd millennium BCE, in the following millennium, the oldest scriptures associated with Hinduism began to be composed. Social stratification, based on caste, emerged in the first millennium BCE, early political consolidations took place under the Maurya and Gupta empires, the later peninsular Middle Kingdoms influenced cultures as far as southeast Asia.
In the medieval era, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity, and Islam arrived, much of the north fell to the Delhi sultanate, the south was united under the Vijayanagara Empire.
The economy expanded in the 17th century in the Mughal empire, in the midth century, the subcontinent came under British East India Company rule, and in the midth under British crown rule. A nationalist movement emerged in the late 19th century, which later, under Mahatma Gandhi, was noted for nonviolent resistance, inthe Indian economy was the worlds seventh largest by nominal GDP and third largest by purchasing power parity. Following market-based economic reforms inIndia became one of the major economies and is considered a newly industrialised country.
However, it continues to face the challenges of poverty, corruption, malnutrition, a nuclear weapons state and regional power, it has the third largest standing army in the world and ranks sixth in military expenditure among nations. India is a constitutional republic governed under a parliamentary system. It is a pluralistic, multilingual and multi-ethnic society and is home to a diversity of wildlife in a variety of protected habitats.
The name India is derived from Indus, which originates from the Old Persian word Hindu, the latter term stems from the Sanskrit word Sindhu, which was the historical local appellation for the Indus River. The ancient Greeks referred to the Indians as Indoi, which translates as The people of the Indus, the geographical term Bharat, which is recognised by the Constitution of India as an official name for the country, is used by many Indian languages in its variations.
Scholars believe it to be named after the Vedic tribe of Bharatas in the second millennium B. E and it is also traditionally associated with the rule of the legendary emperor Bharata.
It was introduced into India by the Mughals and widely used since then and its meaning varied, referring to a region that encompassed northern India and Pakistan or India in its entirety 5. Located in northeast India, it holds the most north-eastern position among the states in the north-east region of India.
Arunachal Pradesh borders the states of Assam and Nagaland to the south, Itanagar is the capital of the state. A major part of the state, formerly called the North-East Frontier Agency, is disputed by China as the legality of the Simla Accord is not recognized by it, China claims most of the state as South Tibet. The state is seen to have potential for hydropower development. Geographically, it is the largest among the North-east Indian states commonly known as the Seven Sister States, as in other parts of Northeast India, the people native to the state trace their origins to the Tibeto-Burman people.
In recent times, large number of migrants from parts of India and other lands have built extensive economic. No reliable population count of the migrant population exists, and the percentage estimating the actual population accordingly. Arunachal Pradesh has the highest number of languages in the Indian subcontinent, enriched with diverse culture.
Neolithic tools found in Arunachal Pradesh indicate that people have living in the Himalayan region for at least eleven thousand years. The history of pre-modern Arunachal Pradesh is unclear, oral histories possessed to this day by many Arunachali tribes of Tibeto-Burman stock are much richer and point unambiguously to a northern origin in modern-day Tibet.
Recorded history from an outside perspective only became available in the Ahom, the Monpa and Sherdukpen do keep historical records of the existence of local chiefdoms in the northwest as well. Northwestern parts of this came under the control of the Monpa kingdom of Monyul. This region then came under the control of Tibet and Bhutan. The remaining parts of the state, especially those bordering Myanmar, were under the control of the Sutiya Kings until the Ahom-Sutiya battle in the 16th century, the Ahoms held the areas until the annexation of India by the British in However, most Arunachali tribes remained in practice largely autonomous up until Indian independence, recent excavations of ruins of Hindu temples such as the 14th century Malinithan at the foot of the Siang hills in West Siang were built during the Sutiya reign 6.
It is the oldest system of government in the Indian subcontinent. The word raj means rule and panchayat means assembly of five, traditionally panchayats consisted of wise and respected elders chosen and accepted by the local community. However, there were varying forms of such assemblies, traditionally, these assemblies settled disputes between individuals and between villages.
The leader of the panchayat was often called the mukhiya or sarpanch, the modern panchayati raj of India and its gram panchayats are not to be confused with either the traditional system nor with the extra-constitutional khap panchayats found in northern India.
Mahatma Gandhi advocated panchayat raj as the foundation of Indias political system and it would have been a decentralised form of government where each village would be responsible for its own affairs. The term for such a vision was Gram Swaraj, instead India developed a highly centralised form of government.
However, this has been moderated by the decentralisation of several functions to the local level. There are significant differences between the traditional panchayati raj system, that envisioned by Gandhi, and the system formalised in India in 7.
The house meets in the Lok Sabha Chambers of the Sansad Bhavan in New Delhi, under the current laws, the strength of Lok Sabha isincluding the two seats reserved for members of the Anglo-Indian community.
The total elective membership is distributed among the states in proportion to their population, a total of seats are reserved for representatives of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. An exercise to redraw Lok Sabha constituencies boundaries has been carried out by the Delimitation Commission based on the Indian census ofthe 16th Lok Sabha was elected in May and is the latest to date. A major portion of the Indian subcontinent was under British rule from tothe Indian Councils Act provided for a Legislative Council consisting of the members of the Executive Council and non-official members.
The Indian Councils Act established legislatures in each of the provinces of British India, although these Acts increased the representation of Indians in the government, their power still remained limited, and the electorate very small.
The Indian Councils Act and the Government of India Act further expanded the participation of Indians in the administration, the Constituent Assembly was divided into two for the separate nations, with each new Assembly having sovereign powers transferred to it for the respective dominion. The Constitution of India was adopted on 26 November and came into effect on 26 Januaryproclaiming India to be a sovereign, democratic republic. This contained the principles of the law of the land which would govern India in its new form.