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A Brief Note of Zopeoples Burmaindiabangladesh

A Brief Note of Zopeoples Burmaindiabangladesh

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 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ZO PEOPLE OF BANGLADESH, BURMA AND INDIACONTENTSACKNOWLEDGMENTSOld And New Spellings of Tribal and Place Names1.0 INTRODUCTION 
(quotations from various international publications) 1.1. CHINS or KUKIS 1.2. KUKI 1.3. CHINS 1.4. MIZOS 1.5. Kuki-Chin-Völker [Kuki-Chin-Peoples]1.6. The Chins1.7. The Term “Chin“ is imprecise.1.8. Chins1.9. The Chins
2.0. GEOGRAPHY
2.1 Introduction2.2 Climate
2.3. VEGETATION
2.3.1. Chin Hills-Arakan Yoma Montane Forests (IM0109)2.3.2. Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin Rain Forests (IM0131)2.3.3. Naga-Manipuri-Chin Hills Moist Forests (34)2.3.4. Northeast India-Myanmar Pine Forests (IM0303)
3. ADMINISTRATION4.0. ECONOMY
4.1. Agriculture4.2. Forest Products4.3. Mines and Minerals4.4. Handlooms and Handicraft4.5. Tourism4.6. Energy Sector
5.0. INFRASTRUCTURE
5.1. Roads5.2. Air Services5.3. Railways5.4. Water Ways
6. EDUCATION & HEALTHi
 
7.0. HISTORY
7.1 Introduction 7.2 The Chin-Lushai Expedition(1889-90)
7.3. HISTORY OF THE LAIS, KLANGKLANGS, YOKWA, KAPI, AND THETTAS
7.3.1. Origin of the Lais 7.3.2.The Haka-Burman War7.3.3. Visit of Chins to Rangoon7.3.4. The Haka and Thado-Kuki Rebellions(1917-19)
7.4. THE HISTORY OF THE SIYIN TRIBE
7.4.1. Origin of the Siyin7.4.2. Advance into the Siyin Country 7.4.3. The Battle of Siallum(Tartan)7.4.4. The Siyin-Nwengal Rebellion(1892-93)7.4.5. The Siyin Rebellion
7.5. THE HISTORY OF THE SOKTE TRIBE
7.5.1. Origin of the Sokte Tribe7.5.2. Rise and Deeds of Kantum 7.5.3. Advance into the Sukte Country 7.5.4. The Siyin and Sokte Chiefs in Rangoon
7.6. THE TASHON TRIBE
7.6.1. Legendary Origin of the Tashons7.6.2. Rise of the Power of the Tashons7.6.3. Council of Chiefs 7.6.4. Decadence of the Tashon Power 7.6.5. The Gathering of Chins at Falam7.6.6. Renewal of Negotiations with the Tashons 7.6.7. Occupation of Falam
8.0. THE ARMS OF THE CHINS AND THE LOCAL MANUFACTURE OF GUNPOWDER AND BULLETS
8.1. Spears 8.2. Bows and Arrows 8.3. Shields 8.4. Surrendered Guns 8.5. Chin Methods of Making Gunpowder 8.6. Projectiles
9.0. RAIDS AND METHODS OF WARFARE
9.1. Characteristics of Chin Warfare 9.2. Outbreak of the Siyin Rebellion9.3. Prevention of Cultivation and Destruction of Food-Supplyii
 
9.4. Gateways Not to Be Attacked
10.0. SYSTEMS OF GOVERNMENT IN ANCIENT CHIN/ZO SOCIETY
10.1 Introduction
10.2. THE POSITION OF CHIEFS
10.2.1. The Kuki, Siyin and Sokte Chiefs 10.2.2. Haka and Southern Chiefs10.2.3. Falam Chiefs
10.3 Other Forms of Rulership11.0 AWAKENING OF POLITICAL AND NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS
 11.1 INTRODUCTION
11.2 CHIN-LUSHAI CONFERENCE
 
11.3. MIZO MEMORANDUM
 11.3.1. THE PEOPLE AND THE LAND 11.3.2. TRADITIONAL ORIGIN 11.3.3. THE MIZO POPULATION 11.3.4. MIZO HISTORY AND BRITISH CONNECTION 11.3.5. THE PRESENT GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE COUNTRY 11.3.6. OUR CASE
11.4. MEMORANDUM(PAITE NATIONAL COUNCIL)
11.4.1. RE-UNIFICATION OF THE CHIN PEOPLE INTO A TERRITORY 11.4.2. THE ORIGIN OF CHIN 11.4.3. THE PEOPLES OF CHIN 11.4.4. THE TERRITORY OF CHINS 11.4.5. THE RELATIONSHIP OF CHINS OF INDIA AND BURMA 11.4.6. THE POLITICAL STATUS OF THE CHINS BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER BRITISH REGIME
11.5. FIRST WORLD ZOMI CONVENTION
 11.5.1. DECLARATION 11.5.2. CHARTER OF AGREEMENT 11.5.3. ORGANISATION
11.6. ZO-RE-UNIFICATION ORGANIZATION(ZORO)11.7. JAPANESE INVASION OF THE CHIN HILLS AND EAST INDIA
 11.7.1. JUSTICE UNDER THE JAPANESE OCCUPATION 11.7.2. ARMED RESISTANCE MOVEMENTS AGAINST THE JAPANESE
11.8. THE CHIN/ZO PEOPLE IN POST-INDEPENDENCE BURMA12.0 PEOPLE12.1
Origin of the Chins
(Colonialists‘ View)12.2
Special Characters of Separate Tribes
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