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Title:
THE PERIOD OF INTERVENTION IN BANKI

Authors:
Chandrasekhar Panda

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Chandrasekhar Panda
Ph.D. Scholar, Department of History, Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, India

MLA 8
Panda, Chandrasekhar. "THE PERIOD OF INTERVENTION IN BANKI." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 3, no. 6, June 2018, pp. 2340-2343, ijsser.org/more2018.php?id=160. Accessed 2018.
APA
Panda, C. (2018, June). THE PERIOD OF INTERVENTION IN BANKI. Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, 3(6), 2340-2343. Retrieved from ijsser.org/more2018.php?id=160
Chicago
Panda, Chandrasekhar. "THE PERIOD OF INTERVENTION IN BANKI." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research 3, no. 6 (June 2018), 2340-2343. Accessed , 2018. ijsser.org/more2018.php?id=160.

References
[1]. Quoted by K.M. Patra, P. 305, Despatch from Court of Directors, December 14, 1842, No.22.
[2]. BRP No. 87 of 20th February 1840, Mills to Secretary to Government of Bengal.
[3]. Bd. Prod. Rev (OSA Acsn. 83) AJM Mills to Government, September 30, 1839.
[4]. Head Book of Records (OSA P. 97). AJM Mills, Settlement Memorandum of September 25, 1844.
[5]. Bd. Procd. Rev. (OSA Ascn 87) AJM Mill's to Secretary to Judicial Department, February 20, 1840.
[6]. Ibid. AJM Mills to Secretary to Government, Judicial Department, January 21, 1839.
[7]. Ibid. Secretary to Government to AJM Mills, October 14, 1840.
[8]. Ibid. (OSA, Acsn 93) AJM Mills to Magistrate of Cuttack, April 27, 1840.
[9]. Ibid. (OSA, Acsn 97) Secretary to Government to AJM Mills, May 19, 1840.
[10]. Hand Book of Records (OSA) P. 97, AJM Mills Settlement Memorandum, Septembe 25, 1844.
[11]. S.L. Maddox, Annual Report on the Survey and Settlement of the Province of Orissa, V.I, P. 410.
[12]. Bd. Procd. Rev. (OSA Acsn 97) Secretary to Govt. to AJM Mills, November 6, 1840.

Abstract:
After the British occupation of Orissa in 1803, it was stung by grievous wounds of Maladministration and completely neglected in the administrative set up of Bengal Presidency. After the occupation of Khurda, Ghumsar and Sambalpur, the Britshers extended their sphere of influence to the tributary States or feudatory States. Among them, Banki belonged to the Cuttack States, which was a princicely State during British Raj. Among nineteen Cuttack States, Banki came under direct administration owing to the misconduct on the part of the ruler. Banki was placed under the supervision of the Commissioner of Cuttack in his capacity as Superintendent of Tributary Mahals.