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Current Issue

Volume 13, Issue 1, 2023

Commentary

1. Understanding the Income Tax Exemption for Sikkimese – Satyabrat Sinha

Articles

2. Patient-Provider Relationship in Cancer Care: Insights from a Study in two North-Eastern States of India – Kuru Dindi and Anil Kumar K

3. Work and Livelihood of Northeast Migrants in Delhi: An Empirical Study – Khansemphi KK Raleng

4. Living a Flooded Life: Women, City and Community in North East India’s Dibrugarh – Evy Mehzabeen

5. The Politics of Coal Mining in Meghalaya: Land, Ownership and Local Autonomy – Teiborlang T. Kharsyntiew

6. Identity and Violence: Exploring an Ethical Framework for Peace in the Context of the Indo-Naga Conflict – Venusa Tinyi

Book Review

7. Jelle J.P. Wouters (Ed.). Vernacular Politics in NortheastIndia: Democracy, Ethnicity, and Indigeneity. OxfordUniversity Press, India, 2022, reviewed by Tanaya Hazarika

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Forthcoming Issue Article/Commentaries/Book review

1. Mizoram Assembly Election 2023: Bucking Bipolarity and Regurgitating Ethnicity and Governance – V. Bijukumar

2. Shrinking Academic Space – Thongkholal Haokip

3. Land Use and Livelihood: The Case of Shifting Cultivation among the Kukis – M. Mangkholen Haokip

4. Roluahpuia, Nationalism in the Vernacular: State, Tribes, andthe Politics of Peace in Northeast India, Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, 2023 – Reviewed by George Chakma