Abuses in Nagaland

Sundquist, John
July 1998
Christian Century;07/15/98, Vol. 115 Issue 20, p670
Focuses on the persecution of the Nagas, an ethnic group in India's northeast. Statistics on the religion of the tribe; Estimated number of Nagas who were persecuted during their 50-year struggle with India; Discussion on the isolation of the Nagas.


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