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  • Chowdhury, A. R. (Ministry of Law and Parliamentary Affairs, 1979-12-01)
    I have been asked to initiate the lecture-discussion on “Judiciary— Judicial system in the past—as at present and future set-up”. I do n o t presume, in the course of initiating the discussion on the subject, -t o ...
  • Unknown author (Office of the superintendent, Government Printing, 1902)
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1993-01-30)
    Migratory tribes are found all over India, and are of different kinds. Some of them, like the Pendharis, are descended from adventurers and individuals belonging to various castes and trades; others, like the Banjaras, ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, Calcutta, 1993-01-30)
    About one-fifth of the total population of India speak languages belonging to the Munda and Dravidian families. These forms of speech have been called by anthropologists the languages of the Dravida race. If we exclude ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1915-03-20)
    The word ‘ Dard ' has a long history, and the people bearing'the name are a very Name of Sub-family Ancient tribe. They arp n^entione'd. by Herodotus,1 though not by .name, and are the-Daradfai-of Ptolemy, the Derdai of ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1915-03-20)
    I am personally responsible for the preparation of both parts of this volume. It lias been built up by degrees, .some of it having been "prepared and put-in type several years ago, while other portions have been completed ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1993-01-30)
    The present volume deals with the iTibeto-Burman languages of India. For convenience it has been divided into three parts, viz. :— Part I, Tibeto-Burman languages of Tibet, the Himalayas, and North Assam. Part II, the ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1993-01-30)
    These languages have vocabularies which are evidently closely related, and their grammars have also a number of special points in common. To illustrate this, I here quote Mr. Gait’s account of the salient peculiarities ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1993-01-30)
    The territory inhabited by the Kuki-Chin tribes extends from the Naga Hills in the north down into the Sandoway District of Burma in the south; Geographical distribution. £r om Myittha river in the east, almost to the ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1993-01-30)
    The home of Western Hindi closely agrees with the Madhyadesa, or Midland, of • ancient Sanskrit geographers. The Madhyadesa was the Geogra&h.oai Habitat. the country between the Saraswati on the west, and what is ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1908-02-24)
    Rajasthani means literally the language of Rajasthan, or' Rajwara, the country Name of language, where of the Rajputs. The name, as connoting a language, has spoken been invented for the purposes of this Survey, in order ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1993-01-30)
    P art I I I of Volume IX of the Linguistic Sur.vey is in reality a supplement to Part I I which, deals with Rajasthani and Gujarati. It is devoted to the numerous Bhil languages of Central and Western India and to the ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1993-01-30)
    This is the language of Lower Bengal, or the region of the Gangetic Delta and of- the district's -immediately above it and to its east. It is called by those who speak it Banla or Banga-bhasha,—the ’language of Banga or ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1993-01-30)
    Bihari means properly the language of Bihar, and is spoken over nearly the whole of that Province. It is spoken also outside its limits, but where spoken. . g cane^ akove name • f0r not only is it, as a matter of 'fact, ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1993-01-30)
    The Mediate group of Indo-Aryan vernaculars is a dialect, not of languages. It includes only one language, dialects, not of languages. It includes only one language, ms., Eastern Hindi. This language, which includes three ...
  • Rahman, Abu Tayeb Rafiqur; et al. (Prepared for the Government of Bangladesh by the United Nations, 1996-07-01)
    A+ t present Bangladesh lacks a comprehensive and consistent vision of local government. Little progress has been made in building a consensus on the role of local government, institutionalizing democratic processes for ...
  • Ahmad, M. M.; The Government of West Pakistan (The Superintendent, Government Printing West Pakistan, 1961-06-10)
    The First Volume of the Manual containing Powers and Func tions of Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners under various important Heads was published some time back with a view tc providing assistance to all officers ...
  • The Public Works Department (The Public Works Department, India, 1987-03-23)
  • The Government of India (The Government of India, 1992-11-26)
    There are few parts of India, which offer so many difficulties to the scientific traveler, as that elevated track difficulties of the country. of mountains which borders the North-west of British India,— the North-western ...
  • The Government of India (The Government of India, 1890-10-30)
    On the Geology and Mineral Resources o f the DarjIl in g District and the Western DuXrs, by F. R. M a l le t , f.g.s., Geological Survey o f India. For many years the existence of coal has been rumoured from time to ...

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