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Many areas were cleared, the use of manure and ridge cultivation were introduced, and the use of ploughs increased significantly during the British colonial period (Fuggles-Couchman 1964).
Following the High Court's referral, the Federal Court will hear whether Section 4(1) of the Sedition Act, introduced during the British colonial period, is inconsistent with Article 10(2) of the Constitution as well as whether the Sedition Act itself is valid and constitutional.
Conclusion: Since the early days of British colonial period in India there remained a great problem for roofing of new buildings.
This paper outlines the qualitative methodology used in the study of child welfare services in Malaya during the British colonial period of 1946-1957.
The former refers to the gender discourse of the Egyptian politician Mustafa Kamil (1874-1908), who attempted to assert Egyptian men's masculinity in order to counterbalance the power disequilibrium during the British colonial period (1882-1936).
The concept of divorce has existed in some form or the other since the pre-colonial era and was also used to draft public policy during the British colonial period. Since India's Hindu Marriage Act of 1956 also contains a divorce clause, the Parliament has not expressed a firm reluctance in introducing the Bill.
Despite decades of neglect, many buildings from the British colonial period are still in use.
The colonial constructions of wildness and primitiveness were inherent in the attempt of the colonists to justify their colonizing projects in the guise of such euphemisms as "civilizing mission" or "white men's burden." More specifically, and as Johannes Fabian has argued, "imperialism and colonial anthropology were both fundamentally based on the denial of coevalness, that anthropologists placed the societies they studied in a time different from and before their own." (2) The legacy of the British colonial period persists to this day in both political policymakings and academic discourses, both at the center and state levels.
of Gloucestershire), but had converted from the lower castes during the British colonial period to escape discrimination by the dominant Hindus.
McDonald discusses the British colonial period, when traditional customs and authorities were overruled, then the Japanese invasion and the American response in the Second World War.
This was a dramatic intervention, and the British colonial period became a watershed in the environmental history of South Asia.
It discusses education during the British colonial period in Kenya and traces her passage through a Catholic boarding school with 300 students from all walks of life.
(2) As Richards indicates in his account of serving as a Sarawak administrative officer, he was asked in 1961, near the end of the British colonial period, to undertake a study of Iban adat and practices related to land subject to Native Customary Rights (called NCR land).
During the British colonial period, Indian tribes were considered foreign nations by the British crown and were dealt with by treaty.
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