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Running through the Ages: Postal Service in Colonial India and the ‘Runners’, an Intimate Engagement

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Author: Chiranjib Das Research Scholar Department of History Visva-Bharati Santiniketan,Birbhum,West Bengal Email: daschiru81@gmail.com Abstract:: From the very beginning of the Post Office of India or, better to say from its inception there was the term; ‘runner’ deeply associated with the sector of service. In India, one might have examples of sending letters from...

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Census Policy in British India: A Brief Historical Evaluation

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Author: Ashim Biswas Assistant Professor, Department of History Subarnarekha Mahavidyalaya, Gopiballavpur, Jhargram,West Bengal Email: sriashim.biswas@gmail.com Abstract:: Indian census has been the basis of partition of India (1947), Linguistic Reorganisation of the States(1956), identification of the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes (1935) and later the...

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Impact of Economy and Society upon Non Government English Medium Schools in Darjeeling District -From Colonial Intervention to Capitalist Venture(1846-1991)

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Author: Binay Laha Ph.D Scholar, Department of History Raiganj University Raiganj,Uttar Dinajpur,West Bengal,India Email: Cbseicse2019@gmail.com Abstract:: In this article an attempt will be made to cover the growth and expansion of English medium schools through economics and society in Darjeeling District of North Bengal in the state of West Bengal, India from the...

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