A bibliography of the North-west Frontier Province

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StatementAkbar S. Ahmed ; prepared by Tribal Affairs Research Cell, Home and Tribal Affairs Dept., N.W.F.P.
ContributionsNorth-west Frontier Province (Pakistan). Tribal Affairs Research Cell.
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LC ClassificationsZ3197.N67 A45, DS392.N67 A45
The Physical Object
Pagination66 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL4251033M
LC Control Number80930369

Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ahmed, Akbar S. Bibliography of the North-west Frontier Province. Islamabad: Pakistan Publications, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Akbar S Ahmed; North-West Frontier Province.

Sir Olaf Kirkpatrick Kruuse Caroe KCSI KCIE (15 November – 23 November ) was an administrator in British India, working for the Indian Civil Service and the Indian Political served as the Foreign Secretary to the Government of India during the World War II and later as the Governor of the North-West Frontier Province (the frontier with Afghanistan).

Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Plants of the Punjab: a descriptive key to the flora of the Punjab, North-west Frontier Province, and Kashmir /. Chicago citation style: United States Department Of State. Bureau Of Intelligence And Research.

Swat District, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan. The District Gazetteers of British India: A Bibliography. Henry Scholberg A bibliography Kangra Kantha Khan Library Luard Madras Malabar Malda manuals memoir Mewar Residency Miscellaneous Muttra Muzaffargarh Mysore Nilgiris North-West Frontier Province North-Western Provinces numbered O'Malley Orissa Partabgarh Patna Peshawar Poona.

Choudhry Rahmat Ali (/ ɑː ˈ l iː /; Urdu: چودھری رحمت علی ‎‎; 16 November – 3 February ) was a Pakistani nationalist who was one of the earliest proponents of the creation of the state of is credited with creating the name "Pakistan" for a separate Muslim homeland in South Asia and is generally known as the originator of the Pakistan : 16 NovemberGarhshankar, Punjab, British.

A Glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province. Lahore: Samuel T. Weston at the Civil and Military Gazette Press. Secondary sources. Jeffrey, Robin () []. The Decline of Nair Dominance: Society and Politics in Travancore Sussex University Press.

ISBN Swat District, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan. Contributor Names United States. Department of State. Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Created / Published [Washington, D.C.: Dept. of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, ]. * "Developed" (Kendon ) ** "Highly developed" Miriwoong Sign Language is also a developed or perhaps highly developed language.

With the decline of aboriginal oral and signed languages, an increase in communication between communities and migration of people to Cairns, an indigenous sign language has developed in far northern Queensland, based on mainland and Torres Strait sign.

A Glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North-West Frontier Province. 2 vols. Lahore, – Russell, R.

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The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India. 4 vols. London, Sherring, C. Western Tibet and the British Borderland.

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London, Sherring, M. The Sacred City of the Hindus. London, A glossary of the tribes and castes of the Punjab and North-West frontier province by Rose, H. (Horace Arthur), ; Ibbetson, Denzil, Sir, ; Maclagan, Edward Douglas, Sir, b.

The book will be available in the market by the time this article is published. Vanit Nalwa has written about her distinguished ancestor with unconcealed pride, brushing aside criticism of his ruthless methods he used to crush turbulent tribesmen of the North-West Frontier Province.5/5(4).

First published inthis book presents a historical study of the problems associated with controlling the 'North-West Frontier' region of British India. The text focuses in the main on the period toalthough a survey of policy since is also provided.

1. The Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 6th Session, The Northern India Printing, Allahabad Government of the North- West Frontier Province - Administration Report of the Central Record Office North- West Frontier Province for the yearPeshawar 2.

Government of the North- West Frontier Province - Administration Report of the Central. Filling a distinct gap in the reference literature of archaeology, this bibliography provides an introduction to the vast and varied literature produced by the practice of archaeology in the Indian subcontinent and Sri Lanka since the early 19th Century.

The annotated entries are arranged Pages: Postal History of, Censorship in Baluchistan and North West Frontier ProvincePunjab Disturbances CensorshipCensorship during Red Shirts Civil Disobedience Movementby Manohar Lal; Companion to the Handstruck Postage Stamps of India by D Hammond Giles; Early Indian Cancellations by Jal Cooper,facsimile reprint.

Since is the history of forced migration and resettlement of Hindu and Sikh refugees from the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) and West Punjab in the aftermath of Partition.

Through extensive archival and ethnographic work in the refugee resettlement colonies, it lays out the making of refugees into ‘locals’, and eventually the.

Bibliography and Reference CHAUDHURI, SIBADAS. A bibliography of the published material on the people of the north-eastern frontier of India. QJMS 45 (Jan., Apr. ),; 46 (July, Oct. ),(To be continued) KANNAPPAN, SUBBIAH. A preliminary bibli-ography on the labour problem in Indian economic development.

When British India was partitioned (), Afghanistan wanted the Pathans of the North-West Frontier Province (now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan), who had been separated from Afghan's Pashtuns by the Durand Agreement ofto be able to choose whether. Simner's current books include: An Illustrated Introduction to the Battle of Waterloo; Pathan Rising: Jihad on the North West Frontier of India, ; The Sirdar and the Khalifa: Kitchener's Reconquest of Sudan, ; Chitral An Episode of the Great Game; and The Lion and the Dragon: Britain's Opium Wars with China, North-west Frontier Province and National Peace Award Being only sixteen years old did not matter squat to Malala a short fourteen years, she has won fame for fighting for peace, womens rights, and year, she won the National Peace award in Pakistan for all her efforts.

assisted Sir Olaf Caroe, the penultimate British governor of the North West Frontier Province, with his autobiography, and after Sir Olaf’s death wrote a two-part appreciation for Central Asian only book,written in conjunction with the late Sir John Biggs. Passage (July, ) by the North-West Frontier Province (now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) government of a law calling for Islamic moral policing was challenged by the national government, and the supreme court declared the legislation unconstitutional.

A similar but somewhat weaker bill was passed in and again challenged. This book presents a comprehensive social history of Christianity in north-west India, comprising Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, the Union Territories of Delhi and Chandigarh, and the Pakistani Punjab and North-West Frontier Province.

The book discusses significant events in the history of the north-west up toafter. xii, p.: 22 cm. The Frontier the story of the North-West Frontier of India Item PreviewPages: Expansion, The expansion of Islam historically embraces two phenomena.

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Inscriptions from graves and monuments of some soldiers, mostly officers, together with additional biographical notes. Originally published as volume 2 of the Indian Monumental Inscription Series, this covers the Punjab, North-West Frontier Province, Kashmir and Afghanistan.

LaBouchardiere, Basil; French Cemetery, Calcutta. London: BACSA, 'Extremely stimulating and should appeal to academics and enthusiasts alike; it is a must-read for students of the First World War.

Morton-Jack’s approach to the fighting record of the Indians sets this book apart from its predecessors [It] is so much more Cited by: North-South Models MODELS WITH STRUCTURAL ASYMMETRIES NEOCLASSICAL MODELS BIBLIOGRAPHY The large difference in the levels of economic development between the countries has made many view the world as being divided between the rich North and the poor South.

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Description: viii, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Preface India Andaman Islands Andhra Pradesh Bengal Delhi Ganges Valley Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Madras Maharashtra Meghalaya Mysore North West Frontier Province Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil .The book is written in the narration form.

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It is the story of Frontier region of British India. The writer does not only focus on the British N.W.F.P Province, but the whole belt of the Frontier region which include the area of present day Pakistan i.e. Punjab, Sindh and Baluchistan also.

It is an interesting and informative story of the most.