The Territories and States of India

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The Territories and States of India

FIRST EDITION

LONDONANDNEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Part One - Introduction 1
  • The Centre and the States: Evolution of a Union 3
  • Chronology of India 15
  • Statistics 36
  • The Government of the Republic of India 39
  • Part Two - Territorial Surveys 45
  • States 49
  • Arunachal Pradesh 57
  • Assam 62
  • Bihar 70
  • Chhattisgarh 79
  • Goa 86
  • Gujarat 94
  • Haryana 104
  • Himachal Pradesh 111
  • Jammu and Kashmir 117
  • Jharkhand 125
  • Karnataka 131
  • Kerala 141
  • Madhya Pradesh 153
  • Maharashtra 160
  • Manipur 173
  • Meghalaya 179
  • Mizoram 183
  • Nagaland 187
  • Orissa 192
  • Punjab 200
  • Rajasthan 209
  • Sikkim 216
  • Tamil Nadu 224
  • Tripura 236
  • Uttar Pradesh 242
  • Uttaranchal 248
  • West Bengal 253
  • National Capital and Union Territories 262
  • Chandigarh 268
  • Dadra and Nagar Haveli 273
  • Daman and Diu 277
  • Delhi (National Capital Territory) 283
  • Lakshadweep 291
  • Pondicherry 298
  • Part Three - Indexes 305
  • Alphabetic List 307
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