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Report year: 1932.
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Annual sanitary report of the Province of Assam by Assam (India) 1 edition - first published in Report On the Administration of the Province of Assam Hardcover – September 1, by Assam (Author)Author: Assam. Author(s): Eastern Bengal and Assam (India).
Sanitary Commissioner. Title(s): Annual sanitary report of the province of Eastern Bengal and Assam. Publication Start Year: Publication End Year: Frequency: Annual Country of Publication: India Publisher: Shillong: Government Press, 1.
Author(s): Assam (India). Sanitary Commissioner () Title(s): Annual sanitary report of the province of Assam for the year Publication Start Year: Publication End Year: Frequency: Annual Country of Publication: India Publisher: Shillong: Printed at the Assam Secretariat Print.
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THE publication of the annual report of the Sanitary Commissioner with the Government of India is always awaited with interest, for the information which it contains respecting the health of the population of our great Indian Empire, but it is unfortunate that the collection and prepara- tion of statistics relating to this great public health depart- ment cannot be issued within a.
Full text of "Annual report of the Sanitary Commissioner with the Government of India. ,with appendices and returns of sickness and mortality among European troops, native troops, and prisoners, in India, for the year" See other formats.
The Lancet THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SANITARY COMMISSIONER WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA FOR THE annual report of the Sanitary Commissioner with the Government of India for has just been issued, and the plan of the report is the same as that of previous years, being iivided into nine sections dealing with the meteorology of the year, the health of the European and.
- Annual vaccination report of the province of Assam; Description: Covers Details and appraises vaccination operations in Assam. Describes manufacture and storage of lymph. Tables show particulars of vaccination. Success and mortality rates noted.
Diagrams included. Shelfmark: IP/3/VA More information. The Lancet SANITARY REFORM IN INDIA. VIITHE ANNUAL SANITARY REPORTS. THE annual reports of the authorities responsible for the sanitation of the various provinces of India for the year deal with an immense amount of material in connexion with Bengal, Eastern Bengal and Assam, the United Pro- vinces, the Punjab, the Central Provinces and Berar, Burma, the North-West Frontier.
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Annual report of the Department of Public Health, Province of Alberta. Diseased Plantations: Law and the political economy of health in Assam, – ‘On the Political Economy of Health’, 47 See Annual Sanitary Report of the Province of Assam.
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Annual Reports of the War Department, Volume 1, Part 10 United States. War Department Full view. Assam (/ ˈ æ s æ m /, Assamese: ()) is a state in northeastern India, situated south of the eastern Himalayas along the Brahmaputra and Barak River valleys.
Assam covers an area of 78, km 2 (30, sq mi). The state is bordered by Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh to the north; Nagaland and Manipur to the east; Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram and Bangladesh to the south; and West Bengal to.
A number of Indian politicians and journalists alleged that advocates of a Greater Bangladesh seek the expansion of Bangladeshi hegemony in Northeastern India, including the states of Assam, West Bengal, Meghalaya and Tripura, as well as the Arakan Province of Burma (Myanmar), where there is a considerable population of Bengali Muslims.
The Council of State was the upper house of the legislature for British India (the Imperial Legislative Council) created by the Government of India Act from the old Imperial Legislative Council, implementing the Montagu–Chelmsford Central Legislative Assembly was the lower house.
Methods. The statistical data are obtained from the sanitary reports of the provinces or presidencies of Assam, Bengal, Bihar and Orissa, Bombay, Central Provinces, Madras, Northwest Frontier Province, Punjab, and United Provinces for the five-year period from to [33, 34].The data were copied from these public reports and entered into a database for analysis.
The Indian Year Book, Volumes ; Volume acres administration agricultural Ahmedabad annual appointed Army Assam Assistant banks Bar-at-Law Bengal Berar Bihar Board Bombay City British Medical ment military mills Minister Mission Muhammad Muhammadan Rural Municipal Mysore Nagpur Nawab North North-West Frontier Province officers.
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture, Assam, for the year Authors: Keywords: Public Report,Agriculture,Province of Assam, Issue Year: Publisher: Shillong: Printed at the Assam Government Press. The Dimasa Kingdom (also Kachari kingdom or Hidimbā kingdom) was a powerful kingdom in Assam, Northeast India ruled by Dimasa kings, called Timisa in the Ahom Buranjis.
The Dimasa kingdom and others (Kamata, Chutiya) that developed in the wake of the Kamarupa kingdom were led by chieftains of indigenous communities of Assam and are examples of indigenous state formations in Medieval Assam.