The Partition of Bengal and Assam: Contour of Freedom

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A Plea For Separate Electorates in Bengal58
Abdul Karim 47
Abdul Majid 47
abolition of zamindari and KPP 48
absence of a class-based ideology 85
Abul Hashim 14
Adab214 -15
Adarsha Krishak11
Adim Ripu226
agrarian relations in Bengal 36
Ahmad, R. (President of the Bengal Presidency Muslim League) 63
AICC 134 , 147 ;
Parliamentary Committee 76
Akhand Muslim state 136
Akram Khan 45 , 98
All India Communal Award Conference (1935) 73
All India Congress Committee 22 , 23 , 67 , 72 -3;
and Communal Award 69 ;
and partition 243
All India Muslim League 49
All Parties conference (1928) 57
Alla Ho Akbar191
Ambedkar, B. R. 5 - 6
American intelligence report on riot 101
Amrita Bazar Patrika70 , 112 , 146
Anderson, John (Bengal governor) 61 , 63
announcement of the partition plan (3 June 1947) 147
anti-Communal Award campaign 71
Anti-Communal Award Conference in Delhi 69
anti-national and anti-democratic character of the 1939 Municipal Act 94
anti-partition campaign (1905) 139
anti-partition movement in the swadeshi days 106
anti-Subhas faction in the Bengal Congress 134
anti-White paper campaign 67
Arab imperialism 7
Arabic and Persian influence in Bengali 45 , 46
armed police force, role of in riots 109
army and referendum 190
Assam Muslim League and referendum 184
profile of 176 ;
changing profile of 245 -7;
civil disobedience movement in 185 ;
divided 195 ;
split 196 ;
topography disturbed 196
Assamese Hindu leadership and separation of Sylhet 247
Attlee, Clement:
commitment to political with drawal 154 ;
20 February announcement 133
Atul Chandra Gupta and boundary commission 159 -60
Auchinleck, Claude 156
August killings 145
August riot (1946) 15

Baluchistan 4
Bande Mataram17
Bangiya Mussalman Sahitya Samity (1904) 44
Bangladesh, creation of (1971) 150
Bangladeshiya Kayastha Sabha 109
Bankimchandra Chatterjee 19
believers and non-believers 11
agrarian economy 38 ;
award 164 ;
asa distinct political entity 244 ;
identity 18 ;
and language 42 ;
ministry under Haq;
intoa separate province 107
Bengal Agricultural Debtors Act (1939) 90


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