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It is a thorough academic research especially in terms of communal identities that puts out facts. This is one book which is free from political bias and can be use by interested scholars for reference in further studies. Unlike other scholars who writes with political intent to distort facts on similar subject, this book gives an insightful data to rely upon.  

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A total crap of a book. You are the same 'scholar' who listed 'kuki' as one of the naga tribe. That's says a lot about your credibility. You should stick to fairytales and children's poems. Writing on ethnicity is a highly sensitive issue. Stay away from it .

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Writing a book about identity and ethics means a lot,The writer dont even spell the "Names" "word" correctly !!! There are so many things that has been makeup ,may be to fill the pages.The writer should really learnt how to write

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The author of the book clearly favours with the Nagas, He might have consulted few Kukis but he still does not know what the causes and the effect of the Naga-Kuki clash is. So pathetic that this type of writers persist. It was just a look down policy of the Nagas towards the Kukis which started the war and full fledged Kuki Millitant group was borned.  

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