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These quasi-judicial bodies are unique to Assam, and the primary means of determining who is a citizen in the state.
Since then, the state of Assam and the national government have introduced a complex, overlapping web of measures to determine who is a legal citizen and who is not.
The second is through the Assam Police Border Organization, a border police force unique to Assam that was established in 1962.
South Salmara-Mankachar is not the only Assam district to feature in the bottom 10.India’s slow-moving vaccination programme is also riddled with regional disparities|Arunabh Saikia|June 9, 2021|Quartz
He still wishes Mahira would return to their village in Assam, but understands and respects her reasons for staying in her marital home in Haryana.
That's because we've had an outbreak of bloodshed in the eastern state of Assam.
One, the specter of the Bangladeshi Muslim invasion is a widely-held impression about Assam.
In truth, blame is not quite so easy to hand out: the ugliness in Assam has intricate, complex roots.
For example, one writer pointed out that the Muslim presence in Assam goes back decades, even centuries.
The anti-immigrants violence in the Indian state of Assam and the Sikh shooting in Wisconsin both come from the hate of the other.
At Assam and elsewhere, when a person was sick, sacrifices were offered to the god of the four winds.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
So far does it reach in this direction that, as high as 28° North lat., in upper Assam we find a branch of it.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham
Assam was quite cut off, and a journey up there was a serious undertaking.Recollections of Calcutta for over Half a Century|Montague Massey
Arrow of the wild tribes of Assam, copper-headed, and similarly constructed.
In the India Museum there is a model of one from Assam, used as a mail boat, and called dk nao.