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Land And People of Indian States & Union Territories (Himahcal Pradesh), Vol-10th: Book by Ed. S. C.Bhatt & Gopal K Bhargava

Land And People of Indian States & Union Territories (Himahcal Pradesh), Vol-10th

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ISBN: 9788178353661    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2006     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 382        Language: English
Description About The Author:- The Editors S.C. Bhatt, had been a writer and journalist with long years of experience as head of important departments in the government. He headed the News Services Division...Read more
Description About The Author:- The Editors S.C. Bhatt, had been a writer and journalist with long years of experience as head of important departments in the government. He headed the News Services Division of All India Radio, Publications Division, Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity (DAVP) and Research and Reference Division. In the last mentioned department it was his responsibility to produce papers and writeups on matters of importance to the government and the public. Under his supervision the "INDIA--A Reference Annual" was produced, both from the Research as well as Reference division. Gopal Bhargava, a prolific writer and author of several books, was a senior official in Town and Country Planning Organization, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. First educated at Mayo College Ajmer, and a Post -graduate in Economics from Lucknow University, he is a regular contributor to leading newspapers and academic journals. So far, he has published a good number of papers and articles on various issues, concerning urban development, which is his forte. The map given on the back cover jacket is only illustrative and not true to scale.Contents:- Contents: List of Tables 11: Preface 13: Introduction 15: 1. History 17-21: Prehistory and Protohistory; Early History up to Harsha; Rajput: Period; Mughal Rule; Anglo-Gorkha and Anglo-Sikh War; Revolt: of 1857; British Rule 1858 to 1914; Freedom Struggle 1914 to 1947;: Post-Independence Period.: 2. Physical Aspects 23-26: Location; Area; Climate; Physiography; Hills; Rivers.: 3. Population 27-45: Data Relevant to Population; Population Profile as per Census: 1991; Growth of Population; Rrural urban Distribution; Tribal: Population; Sex Ratio; Characteristics of People; Structure of the: Society.: 4. Scheduled Caste 47-57: Need for Emancipation of Dalits.: 5. Scheduled Tribe 59-66: World of Tribal Communities; Tribal Development and Social: Scientists: 6. Other Backward Classes 67-70: Reservation Policy and Backward Castes; The Depressed Classes: Vis-a-vis Backward Castes.: 7. Government and Politics 71-83: State Figures on Police and Crimes; Chief Ministers and: 6 Himachal Pradesh: Governors; Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies of the: State.: 8. Education 85-91: State Education Figures; Primary Education; Operation: Blackboard Scheme; Integrated Child Development Scheme;: Medical and Dental Colleges; Engineering Colleges and: Polytechnic Institutes; Other Institutions; AICTE; NCTE; UGC;: Major Universities in the State.: 9. Transport and Communication 93-113: Figures Related to Transportation and Communication;: Transportation; Roads; Railways; Airways; Telecommunication;: IT Policy of Himachal Pradesh; Himachal Pradesh as an IT: Destination; Strengths and areas needing attention;: NASSCOM'S Projections; The Aspirations; Setting-up of IT: Industry; Financial Issues; Labour related Issues; Establishing: IT institutions; Creation of State-of-the-Art IT Infrastructure; EGovernance;: Encouraging Computerisation of Local Industries;: E-tourism; Tele-Medicine; The back office activities; Internet: applications.: 10. Language and Literature 115-125: 11. Medical Facilities 127-143: Figures on Medical Facilities in the State; Hospitals; Ayurvedic: Dispensaries; Health and Health Services; Health Infrastructure;: Health and Family Welfare Training Centres Shimla and Kangra;: Para-medical Training Schools; Medical and Dental Colleges;: Training facilities in ISM&H Department; Health Service Profile;: Reproductive and Child Helath Programme; Family Planning;: Maternal Care; Child Care; National AIDS Control Programme;: National Tuberculosis Control Programme; National Leprosy: Control Programme; National Programme for Prevention of: Blindness (NPCB); National Anti-Malaria Programme; National: Iodine Deficiency Disorders Programme; School Health Services: Programme; ICDS Projects; Health Indicators; Life Expectancy;: Crude Death Rate (CDR); Infant Mortality Rate (IMR); Health: Problems; Population Growth; Population Structure; Population: Migration; Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases; HIV/: AIDS; Non-Communicable diseases; Nutritional Problems;: Diseases which are going to be eradicated; Diseases which will: be controlled; Diseases which are likely to remain at the same: level; Diseases which are likely to increase; New and reemerging: diseases; Health Care Problems; Uneven distribution of Primary: Health Care facilities; Absence of Urban Primary Health Care: Contents 7: Services; Uneven distribution of health manpower; Lack of well: defined Service norms and standards; Human Resource: Development (HRD); Referral system; Poor maintenance of: buildings; Information Education and Communication (IEC);: Health Management Information System (HMIS); Private Sector;: Indiginous System of Medicines (ISM) and Other Systems;: Community Participation; NGOs and Voluntary Sector;: Environmental Health Problems; Water Pollution; Liquid waste: disposal; Excreta Disposal; Solid waste disposal; Hospital Waste: Management; Air Pollution; Diminishing Forest Cover;: Occupational Health Problems.: 12. Industry 145-176: Figures Related to Industries in the State; Power; Industrial: Infrastructure; Industrial Areas/ Industrial Estates; Industrial: Policy; Objectives; Approach and Stategy; Revival and: Rehabilitation of Sick Industrial Units; Industrial Investments;: Industrial Promotion Cell; Export Promotion Industrial Park: (EPIP)--BADDI; Major Industrial Companies; List of ISI: Industries.: 13. Finance Sector 177-180: Figures Related to Financial Sector.: 14. Natural Wealth 181-184: Figures Related to Forest; Forest Resources; Mineral Wealth.: 15. Agriculture 185-196: Figures Related to State Agriculture; Animal Husbandry; Irrigation;: Agro-horticulture; Livestock Farming Systems; Large Dams.: 16. Wild Life 197-220: The Great Himalayan National Park; Chail Sanctuary; Daranghati: Sanctuary; The Gamgul Sanctuary; Gobind Sagar and Naina Devi: Sanctuaries; Kais Sanctuary; Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary; Kalatop: Khajjiar Sanctuary; Kalatop National Forest Sanctuary; Kanawar: Sanctuary; Khokhan Sanctuary; The Kugti Sanctuary; Lippa: Asrang Sanctuary; Majathal Sanctuary; Manali Sanctuary; Pong: Dam Sanctuary; Rupi Bhabha Sanctuary; Sechu Tuan Nala: Sanctuary; Wildlife; Keibul Lam Jao National Park; Snow Leopard;: Family Ursidae; Lesser or Red Panda; Sloth Bear.: 17. Tourism 221-251: Tourist Destinations; Bahadurpur Fort; Shri Naina Devi Ji; Sarium: Fort; Tiun Fort; Vyas Cave; Swarghat; Markandeya; Chamba;: Temples; Chaugan; Akhand Chandi Palace; Rang Mahal; Bhuri: Singh Museum; Saho; Dalhousie; Kinnaur; Monasteries; Mandi;: 8 Himachal Pradesh: Solan; Adventure Tourism; Tourism Policy of Himachal Pradesh,: 2000; Need for a Tourism Policy; Objectives; Strategy; Plan of: Action; Specific Infrastructure; Entertainment/Special Interest: Infrastructure; Accommodation, Transport, Catering; Policy/: Planning/Legislation; Hotels.: 18. Archaeological Sites 253-256: 19. Natural Calamities 257-273: Chronology of Natural Calamities Since 1980; Snowfall; Cold: Wave; Drought; Dust Storm; Lightning; Thunderstorm; Hailstorm;: Floods and Heavy Rains.: 20. Customs, Fairs and Festivals 275-316: Customs; Marriages; Rituals connected with Marriage; Remarriage: and the Sati; Divorce; Child Birth; Death; The Thoda and the: Buhana; The Thatha; The Bhoonda; Tana Mana; The Doom;: Sacrifices; The Fasts; Treating House Guests; Laws; Crime and: punishment; Hereditary laws; Fairs and Festivals.: 21. Arts and Crafts 317-332: Dances; The Mala (garland) Dance; The Demon (Rakshasa) dance: or Chhambha; The Dalshone and Cholamba dances; Jataru: Kayang; The Shan and Shabu dances; Keekali and Bhangra;: Nuala; Nati; The Jhoori, Gi, Swang Tegi and Rasa dances;: Khaydayat and Lamba dances; The Lahadi and Ghooghati: dances; The Dand Ras and Dangi Dances; Music; Jhoori; Laman;: Ainchaliyan; Musical Instruments; Folk Arts; Ritual Arts; Folk: Theatre; Kariyada and Banthada; Swang; Ramleela and Rasleela;: Jagara, Jagrata, Jagga; Crafts; Bronze Sculptures; Stone: Sculpture; Wall Paintings; The Pahadi handkerchiefs and other: arts.: 22. Rural Development 333-338: Government of India Sponsored Schemes; Indira Awas Yojana;: Intigrated Wastelends Development Projects; Desert: Development Programme; Drought Prone Areas Programme: (DPAP); Employment Assurance Scheme; Jwahar Gram Samridhi: Yojna; Swarnjayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana; Himachal Pradesh: Government Plan Schemes; Chief Minister's Gratuity Scheme;: Rural Housing; Rural Sanitation; Social Audit Scheme; Mahila: Mandal Protsahan Yojna.: 23. Urban Development 339-354: Need for New Townships in Himachal Pradesh; Need for Policy: on New Townships; Existing Laws and Rules; Aims and: Objectives; Norms and Standards; Identification of Sites; Land: Contents 9: Acquisition; Sales of Plots of Land / Built up Structure; Implication: of Section 118 of H.P. Tenancy & Land Reforms Act; Maintenance: and Municipal Functions; Providing Basic Amenities / Facilities;: Financing of Projects; Joint Ventures; About us; Objectives;: Organisation Structure; Development Activities.: 24. Newspapers 355-359: Big Dailies; Medium Dailies; Medium Periodicals; Small Dailies;: Small Periodicals.: 25. Important Events (1951-2004) 361-366: Chronology of Events.: 26. Non-Governmental Organisations 367-374: Major NGOs in the State.: 27. Planning Outlay 375-382: Annual Plan Outlay; i. Agriculture and Allied Activities; ii. Rural: Development; iii. Special Areas Programmes; iv. Irrigation and: Flood Control; v. Energy; vi. Industry and Minerals; vii. Transport;: viii. Communications; ix. Science,Technology and Environment;: x. General Economic Services; xi. Social Services; xii. General: Services; Tenth Plan Outlay; i. Agriculture and Allied Activities;: ii. Rural Development; iii. Special Area Programmes; iv. Irrigation: and Flood Control; v. Energy; vi. Industry and Minerals; vii.: Transport; viii. Communications; ix. Science,Technology and: Environment; x. General Economic Services; xi. Social Services: Education; ii. General Services.: 10 Himachal Pradesh: Contents 11: 3.1 Population Characteristics (2001) 28: 3.2 Decadal Growth 1991 - 2001 29: 3.3 Population: (0 - 6 years) (2001) 29: 3.4 Percentage of Population: (0-6) to total Population (0 - 6 years) (2001) 29: 3.5 Number of Literates to Total Population (2001) 29: 3.6 Percentage of Literates to Total Population 29: 3.7 Distribution of Religion by Sex with Percentage of Total Population: (State/district) (2001) 33: 3.8 Distribution of Disabled Persons by Type of Disabilty and Residence: (in %) (2001) 42: 3.9 Distribution of Beggars (2001) 43: 3.10 Distribution of Beggars (2001) 44: 3.11 Population, India, States and Union Territory 1901-2001 45: 3.12 Percent Decadal Variation in Population, 1901-2001 45: 4.1 Statewise Distribution of Individual Scheduled Caste Population by: Sex and Literacy Rate (2001) 48: 4.2 Distribution of Individual Scheduled Castes Population by Sex: (State/District) (2001) 49: 5.1 Statewise Distribution of Individual Scheduled Tribes Population by: Sex and Literacy Rate (2001) 61: 5.2 ST Population Ratio w.r.t. Population (2001) 61: 5.3 Distribution of Individual Scheduled Tribes Population by Sex: (State/District) (2001) 65: 6.1 State-wise OBC List 69: 6.2 State-wise Central List of Backward Classes Notified by Government: of India 70: 7.1 Chief Ministers of Himachal Pradesh 74: 7.2 Lieutenant-governors of Himachal Pradesh 74: 7.3 Governors of Himachal Pradesh 74: 7.4 Name of State, Districts, Tehsils and Towns (2001) 80: 7.5 List of Administrative Districts (1961), (1971), (1981), (1991), (2001) 81: 10.1 Distribution of Language 2001 116: 10.2 Distribution of Mother Toungue (2001) 120: 11.1 Health Institutions, district wise 129: 11.2 Total State Budget and Health Allocation: Himachal Pradesh 132: 12.1 District-wise group-wise details of units in Medium and Large Scale: Sector 150: 12.2 District-wise details of units in Small Scale Sector 150: 12.3 State wise and employment wise Minimum wages (Wages fixed: List of Tables: 12 Himachal Pradesh: in 24 Employments) 160: 12.4 Total Population, Total Workers, Main Workers, Marginal Workers: and Non-Workers-India, States and Union Territories : 2001 174: 12.5 Total Workers (Main + Marginal) and their Categories-India,: States and Union Territories : 2001 176: 13.1 Net state domestic product by industry groups at current prices 179: 15.1 Area, production and yield of some principal crops/vegetables 187: 15.2 Production of Milk, Wool, Eggs and Fish 189: 15.3 Distribution of Household by Sources of Drinking Water (2001) 195: 16.1 United Nations List of National Parks and Protected Areas 219: 24.1 Number of Newspapers in 2001 (Language and Periodicity-wise) 356: 24.2 Circulation of Newspapers in 2001 (Language and Periodicity-wise) 357: 24.3 List of Big, Medium and Small Newspapers - 2001 357: 24.4 Publication Added in 2001 358: 27.1 Annual Plan of Himachal Pradesh 2002-2003 375: 27.2 Tenth Plan of Himachal Pradesh--2002-07 379About The Book:- An Encyclopaedic Voluminous Work Gives Authentic And Objectives Information About All The 28 States And 7Union Territories, History, Physical Aspects, Population, Politics, Education, Transport And Communication, Languages And Literature, Medical Facilities, Industry, Finance Sector, Natural Wealth, Agriculture, Wild Life, Tourism, Archeological Sites, Natural Calamities, Customs, Fairs And Festivals, Arts And Crafts, Rural And Urban Development, Newspapers, Important Events, Ngo, Planning Outlays0 In Thirty-Six Volumes, Each Volume Complete About A State. A Benchmark., About The Author:- The Editors S.C. Bhatt, Had Been A Writer And Journalist With Long Years Of Experience As Head Of Important Departments In The Government. He Headed The News Services Division Of All India Radio, Publications Division, Directorate Of Advertising And Visual Publicity (Davp) And Research And Reference Division. In The Last Mentioned Department It Was His Responsibility To Produce Papers And Writeups On Matters Of Importance To The Government And The Public. Under His Supervision The "India--A Reference Annual" Was Produced, Both From The Research As Well As Reference Division. Gopal Bhargava, A Prolific Writer And Author Of Several Books, Was A Senior Official In Town And Country Planning Organization, Ministry Of Urban Development, Government Of India. First Educated At Mayo College Ajmer, And A Post -Graduate In Economics From Lucknow University, He Is A Regular Contributor To Leading Newspapers And Academic Journals. So Far, He Has Published A Good Number Of Papers And Articles On Various Issues, Concerning Urban Development, Which Is His Forte. The Map Given On The Back Cover Jacket Is Only Illustrative And Not True To Scale., Content:- List Of Tables 11: Preface 13: Introduction 15: 1. History 17-21: Prehistory And Protohistory; Early History Up To Harsha; Rajput: Period; Mughal Rule; Anglo-Gorkha And Anglo-Sikh War; Revolt: Of 1857; British Rule 1858 To 1914; Freedom Struggle 1914 To 1947;: Post-Independence Period.: 2. Physical Aspects 23-26: Location; Area; Climate; Physiography; Hills; Rivers.: 3. Population 27-45: Data Relevant To Population; Population Profile As Per Census: 1991; Growth Of Population; Rrural Urban Distribution; Tribal: Population; Sex Ratio; Characteristics Of People; Structure Of The: Society.: 4. Scheduled Caste 47-57: Need For Emancipation Of Dalits.: 5. Scheduled Tribe 59-66: World Of Tribal Communities; Tribal Development And Social: Scientists: 6. Other Backward Classes 67-70: Reservation Policy And Backward Castes; The Depressed Classes: Vis-A-Vis Backward Castes.: 7. Government And Politics 71-83: State Figures On Police And Crimes; Chief Ministers And: 6 Himachal Pradesh: Governors; Parliamentary And Assembly Constituencies Of The: State.: 8. Education 85-91: State Education Figures; Primary Education; Operation: Blackboard Scheme; Integrated Child Development Scheme;: Medical And Dental Colleges; Engineering Colleges And: Polytechnic Institutes; Other Institutions; Aicte; Ncte; Ugc;: Major Universities In The State.: 9. Transport And Communication 93-113: Figures Related To Transportation And Communication;: Transportation; Roads; Railways; Airways; Telecommunication;: It Policy Of Himachal Pradesh; Himachal Pradesh As An It: Destination; Strengths And Areas Needing Attention;: Nasscom'S Projections; The Aspirations; Setting-Up Of It: Industry; Financial Issues; Labour Related Issues; Establishing: It Institutions; Creation Of State-Of-The-Art It Infrastructure; Egovernance;: Encouraging Computerisation Of Local Industries;: E-Tourism; Tele-Medicine; The Back Office Activities; Internet: Applications.: 10. Language And Literature 115-125: 11. Medical Facilities 127-143: Figures On Medical Facilities In The State; Hospitals; Ayurvedic: Dispensaries; Health And Health Services; Health Infrastructure;: Health And Family Welfare Training Centres Shimla And Kangra;: Para-Medical Training Schools; Medical And Dental Colleges;: Training Facilities In Ism&H Department; Health Service Profile;: Reproductive And Child Helath Programme; Family Planning;: Maternal Care; Child Care; National Aids Control Programme;: National Tuberculosis Control Programme; National Leprosy: Control Programme; National Programme For Prevention Of: Blindness (Npcb); National Anti-Malaria Programme; National: Iodine Deficiency Disorders Programme; School Health Services: Programme; Icds Projects; Health Indicators; Life Expectancy;: Crude Death Rate (Cdr); Infant Mortality Rate (Imr); Health: Problems; Population Growth; Population Structure; Population: Migration; Communicable And Non-Communicable Diseases; Hiv/: Aids; Non-Communicable Diseases; Nutritional Problems;: Diseases Which Are Going To Be Eradicated; Diseases Which Will: Be Controlled; Diseases Which Are Likely To Remain At The Same: Level; Diseases Which Are Likely To Increase; New And Reemerging: Diseases; Health Care Problems; Uneven Distribution Of Primary: Health Care Facilities; Absence Of Urban Primary Health Care: Contents 7: Services; Uneven Distribution Of Health Manpower; Lack Of Well: Defined Service Norms And Standards; Human Resource: Development (Hrd); Referral System; Poor Maintenance Of: Buildings; Information Education And Communication (Iec);: Health Management Information System (Hmis); Private Sector;: Indiginous System Of Medicines (Ism) And Other Systems;: Community Participation; Ngos And Voluntary Sector;: Environmental Health Problems; Water Pollution; Liquid Waste: Disposal; Excreta Disposal; Solid Waste Disposal; Hospital Waste: Management; Air Pollution; Diminishing Forest Cover;: Occupational Health Problems.: 12. Industry 145-176: Figures Related To Industries In The State; Power; Industrial: Infrastructure; Industrial Areas/ Industrial Estates; Industrial: Policy; Objectives; Approach And Stategy; Revival And: Rehabilitation Of Sick Industrial Units; Industrial Investments;: Industrial Promotion Cell; Export Promotion Industrial Park: (Epip)--Baddi; Major Industrial Companies; List Of Isi: Industries.: 13. Finance Sector 177-180: Figures Related To Financial Sector.: 14. Natural Wealth 181-184: Figures Related To Forest; Forest Resources; Mineral Wealth.: 15. Agriculture 185-196: Figures Related To State Agriculture; Animal Husbandry; Irrigation;: Agro-Horticulture; Livestock Farming Systems; Large Dams.: 16. Wild Life 197-220: The Great Himalayan National Park; Chail Sanctuary; Daranghati: Sanctuary; The Gamgul Sanctuary; Gobind Sagar And Naina Devi: Sanctuaries; Kais Sanctuary; Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary; Kalatop: Khajjiar Sanctuary; Kalatop National Forest Sanctuary; Kanawar: Sanctuary; Khokhan Sanctuary; The Kugti Sanctuary; Lippa: Asrang Sanctuary; Majathal Sanctuary; Manali Sanctuary; Pong: Dam Sanctuary; Rupi Bhabha Sanctuary; Sechu Tuan Nala: Sanctuary; Wildlife; Keibul Lam Jao National Park; Snow Leopard;: Family Ursidae; Lesser Or Red Panda; Sloth Bear.: 17. Tourism 221-251: Tourist Destinations; Bahadurpur Fort; Shri Naina Devi Ji; Sarium: Fort; Tiun Fort; Vyas Cave; Swarghat; Markandeya; Chamba;: Temples; Chaugan; Akhand Chandi Palace; Rang Mahal; Bhuri: Singh Museum; Saho; Dalhousie; Kinnaur; Monasteries; Mandi;: 8 Himachal Pradesh: Solan; Adventure Tourism; Tourism Policy Of Himachal Pradesh,: 2000; Need For A Tourism Policy; Objectives; Strategy; Plan Of: Action; Specific Infrastructure; Entertainment/Special Interest: Infrastructure; Accommodation, Transport, Catering; Policy/: Planning/Legislation; Hotels.: 18. Archaeological Sites 253-256: 19. Natural Calamities 257-273: Chronology Of Natural Calamities Since 1980; Snowfall; Cold: Wave; Drought; Dust Storm; Lightning; Thunderstorm; Hailstorm;: Floods And Heavy Rains.: 20. Customs, Fairs And Festivals 275-316: Customs; Marriages; Rituals Connected With Marriage; Remarriage: And The Sati; Divorce; Child Birth; Death; The Thoda And The: Buhana; The Thatha; The Bhoonda; Tana Mana; The Doom;: Sacrifices; The Fasts; Treating House Guests; Laws; Crime And: Punishment; Hereditary Laws; Fairs And Festivals.: 21. Arts And Crafts 317-332: Dances; The Mala (Garland) Dance; The Demon (Rakshasa) Dance: Or Chhambha; The Dalshone And Cholamba Dances; Jataru: Kayang; The Shan And Shabu Dances; Keekali And Bhangra;: Nuala; Nati; The Jhoori, Gi, Swang Tegi And Rasa Dances;: Khaydayat And Lamba Dances; The Lahadi And Ghooghati: Dances; The Dand Ras And Dangi Dances; Music; Jhoori; Laman;: Ainchaliyan; Musical Instruments; Folk Arts; Ritual Arts; Folk: Theatre; Kariyada And Banthada; Swang; Ramleela And Rasleela;: Jagara, Jagrata, Jagga; Crafts; Bronze Sculptures; Stone: Sculpture; Wall Paintings; The Pahadi Handkerchiefs And Other: Arts.: 22. Rural Development 333-338: Government Of India Sponsored Schemes; Indira Awas Yojana;: Intigrated Wastelends Development Projects; Desert: Development Programme; Drought Prone Areas Programme: (Dpap); Employment Assurance Scheme; Jwahar Gram Samridhi: Yojna; Swarnjayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana; Himachal Pradesh: Government Plan Schemes; Chief Minister'S Gratuity Scheme;: Rural Housing; Rural Sanitation; Social Audit Scheme; Mahila: Mandal Protsahan Yojna.: 23. Urban Development 339-354: Need For New Townships In Himachal Pradesh; Need For Policy: On New Townships; Existing Laws And Rules; Aims And: Objectives; Norms And Standards; Identification Of Sites; Land: Contents 9: Acquisition; Sales Of Plots Of Land / Built Up Structure; Implication: Of Section 118 Of H.P. Tenancy & Land Reforms Act; Maintenance: And Municipal Functions; Providing Basic Amenities / Facilities;: Financing Of Projects; Joint Ventures; About Us; Objectives;: Organisation Structure; Development Activities.: 24. Newspapers 355-359: Big Dailies; Medium Dailies; Medium Periodicals; Small Dailies;: Small Periodicals.: 25. Important Events (1951-2004) 361-366: Chronology Of Events.: 26. Non-Governmental Organisations 367-374: Major Ngos In The State.: 27. Planning Outlay 375-382: Annual Plan Outlay; I. Agriculture And Allied Activities; Ii. Rural: Development; Iii. Special Areas Programmes; Iv. Irrigation And: Flood Control; V. Energy; Vi. Industry And Minerals; Vii. Transport;: Viii. Communications; Ix. Science,Technology And Environment;: X. General Economic Services; Xi. Social Services; Xii. General: Services; Tenth Plan Outlay; I. Agriculture And Allied Activities;: Ii. Rural Development; Iii. Special Area Programmes; Iv. Irrigation: And Flood Control; V. Energy; Vi. Industry And Minerals; Vii.: Transport; Viii. Communications; Ix. Science,Technology And: Environment; X. General Economic Services; Xi. Social Services: Education; Ii. General Services.: 10 Himachal Pradesh: Contents 11: 3.1 Population Characteristics (2001) 28: 3.2 Decadal Growth 1991 - 2001 29: 3.3 Population: (0 - 6 Years) (2001) 29: 3.4 Percentage Of Population: (0-6) To Total Population (0 - 6 Years) (2001) 29: 3.5 Number Of Literates To Total Population (2001) 29: 3.6 Percentage Of Literates To Total Population 29: 3.7 Distribution Of Religion By Sex With Percentage Of Total Population: (State/District) (2001) 33: 3.8 Distribution Of Disabled Persons By Type Of Disabilty And Residence: (In %) (2001) 42: 3.9 Distribution Of Beggars (2001) 43: 3.10 Distribution Of Beggars (2001) 44: 3.11 Population, India, States And Union Territory 1901-2001 45: 3.12 Percent Decadal Variation In Population, 1901-2001 45: 4.1 Statewise Distribution Of Individual Scheduled Caste Population By: Sex And Literacy Rate (2001) 48: 4.2 Distribution Of Individual Scheduled Castes Population By Sex: (State/District) (2001) 49: 5.1 Statewise Distribution Of Individual Scheduled Tribes Population By: Sex And Literacy Rate (2001) 61: 5.2 St Population Ratio W.R.T. Population (2001) 61: 5.3 Distribution Of Individual Scheduled Tribes Population By Sex: (State/District) (2001) 65: 6.1 State-Wise Obc List 69: 6.2 State-Wise Central List Of Backward Classes Notified By Government: Of India 70: 7.1 Chief Ministers Of Himachal Pradesh 74: 7.2 Lieutenant-Governors Of Himachal Pradesh 74: 7.3 Governors Of Himachal Pradesh 74: 7.4 Name Of State, Districts, Tehsils And Towns (2001) 80: 7.5 List Of Administrative Districts (1961), (1971), (1981), (1991), (2001) 81: 10.1 Distribution Of Language 2001 116: 10.2 Distribution Of Mother Toungue (2001) 120: 11.1 Health Institutions, District Wise 129: 11.2 Total State Budget And Health Allocation: Himachal Pradesh 132: 12.1 District-Wise Group-Wise Details Of Units In Medium And Large Scale: Sector 150: 12.2 District-Wise Details Of Units In Small Scale Sector 150: 12.3 State Wise And Employment Wise Minimum Wages (Wages Fixed: List Of Tables: 12 Himachal Pradesh: In 24 Employments) 160: 12.4 Total Population, Total Workers, Main Workers, Marginal Workers: And Non-Workers-India, States And Union Territories : 2001 174: 12.5 Total Workers (Main + Marginal) And Their Categories-India,: States And Union Territories : 2001 176: 13.1 Net State Domestic Product By Industry Groups At Current Prices 179: 15.1 Area, Production And Yield Of Some Principal Crops/Vegetables 187: 15.2 Production Of Milk, Wool, Eggs And Fish 189: 15.3 Distribution Of Household By Sources Of Drinking Water (2001) 195: 16.1 United Nations List Of National Parks And Protected Areas 219: 24.1 Number Of Newspapers In 2001 (Language And Periodicity-Wise) 356: 24.2 Circulation Of Newspapers In 2001 (Language And Periodicity-Wise) 357: 24.3 List Of Big, Medium And Small Newspapers - 2001 357: 24.4 Publication Added In 2001 358: 27.1 Annual Plan Of Himachal Pradesh 2002-2003 375: 27.2 Tenth Plan Of Himachal Pradesh--2002-07 379
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