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AHOMAdult Human Oral Mucosa (antigen)
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New Delhi (India), Jan 8 ( ANI ): The Union Cabinet has approved Scheduled Tribe (ST) status to six communities of Assam namely Tai Ahom, Koch Rajbongshi, Chutia, Tea Tribes, Moran and Matak.
The All Assam Ahom Sabha (AAAS) has been demanding that the new bridge over the Brahmaputra be named after the founder of the erstwhile Ahom Kingdom Chaolung Siu-ka-pha.
[7] In the present study, we found it to be more common in Ahom community and the Tea-garden community of Assam.
AHOM is rare in neonates but can occur as a complication in critically ill newborns (13).
Colonial rulers claimed for themselves the role of "social emancipator" who released the locals from the "medieval primitivism" of the previous Ahom regime dependent on "slave labour." This rhetoric deeply influenced the perception of Indigenous elites in Bramhaputra Valley.
Even my parents, who could recite Wordsworth poems and name forty Ahom kings, batted the Funny Mystery of Me over the marigolds they were digging.
Ahom: Sustainable Control of Striga Hermonthica in Maize (Zea Mays L.) By the Use of Parkia Biglobosa Based Products and Post-emergence Herbicides: Adv.
This was how the territories of British India and British Burma at the macro level and those of the Ahom kingdom (Upper Assam), Assam/Kamarupa and Manipur/"Muneepoor" kingdoms at the micro level, grew disproportionately in the colonial era, especially in the nineteenth century.
Some ethnic groups possess an autonym next to an official exonym: the Tai Ahom identify themselves by the autonym Tai Raw [[taj.sup.A2] [raw.sup.BI]] ('Our People'); the Tai Dehong name themselves Tai Le [[taj.sup.A2] [[le:].sup.A1] 'Upper/Northern Tai' or more rarely Tai Tai' [[taj.sup.A2][tai.sup.cl] ('Tai [from the] lower [course of the Nujiang River]').
The Nagas people were independent and their country was not subjugated by the Ahom Kings of the Assam valley, who rule for seven years (Nuh & Lasuh, 2002: 63-64).