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When did nagaland became an independt state?

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Asked by sonali T, 12 Feb '08 11:22 pm
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Situated between India, China and Myanmar, Nagalim borders on the North East of India. Before the British colonisation, Nagalim was independent of any foreign domination and consisted of permanently established village states.

In 1832 the British invaded the Naga region for the first time. In 1879 the British set up post in Kohima, and had taken over several parts of Southwest Nagalim, declaring it a British district in 1881. The colonial rule of the British kept the Nagas isolated and therefore not involved in the political movements taking place in British India. In 1929 Naga leaders stated that becoming part of British India would gravely endanger Naga interest and at the recommendation of the Simon Commission (The Indian Statutory Commission), the Government of India Act 1935 was passed. The Naga Hills District became an excluded area.

In 1947, as India became independent, the Nagas did not want to join the Indian Union. In July of that year a Naga delegation met Mahatma Gand ...more
Answered by Amit Mandal, 12 Feb '08 11:29 pm

 
  
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Answered by RAJAN MHAMAI, 12 Feb '08 11:24 pm

 
  
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Answered by rajesh sharma, 12 Feb '08 11:24 pm

 
  
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12-01-1963
Answered by Santosh S, 12 Feb '08 11:24 pm

 
  
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