communalism


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the practice of communal living and common ownership

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loyalty and commitment to the interests of your own minority or ethnic group rather than to society as a whole

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The activities of BNP have again proved that they are patronizing communalism and militancy They come in election wearing the mask of Liberation War, but they don't own the spirit of the Liberation War," he said, speaking at a meeting at Shaheed Smriti Pouro Udyan here.
Surat (Gujarat) [India] February 25 ( ANI ): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said his mission is to build 'New India' which is free from politics of communalism, corruption, and caste.
Communalism, variably known as "ubuntu" in Xhosa and Zulu, "unhu" in Shona, and "uMunthu" in Malawi, is an afrocultural ethos that:
2) While details on the Black River Falls settlement are scant, its communal economics nonetheless provide a valuable window into the persistence and range of Latter-day Saint communalism.
He and his government were losing credibility as focus was shifting from development to communalism.
India, with 22 different languages, five major ethnic groups and four major world religions all in one place, faces problems including communalism, linguistic fanaticism, regionalism, social disparity and economic inequalities, as was reported during the event.
In his maiden Independence Day address, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to work for a new and clean India by shedding the "poison" of communalism and making the country the world's manufacturing hub, the Times of India reports.
It's a black day for you and people like you as it indicates that people of India overwhelmingly rejected communalism and sectarianism practised by your beloved Congress and other parties.
John Curl, For All the People: Uncovering the Hidden History of Cooperation, Cooperative Movements, and Communalism in America (Oakland: PM Press 2009)
However, despite this sacred mandate, despite the Directive Principles of State Policy and despite the safeguards that our laws provide, despite all the measures taken by our Administrative machinery, why is it that communalism does not seem to go away from our society, he asked.
Parental attachment and familial communalism were examined as contributors to the racial identity of 165 African American college students.
and Topel (Ashkelon Academic College, Israel) here present 17 papers that explore the broader idea of communalism that guided the founders of the kibbutzim.
It emanated from the conception of being as all and the understanding that communalism thrives in oneness of being or reality too.
FOR ALL THE PEOPLE: UNCOVERING THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF COOPERATION, COOPERATIVE MOVEMENTS, AND COMMUNALISM IN AMERICA appears in its second updated edition to provide a sweeping analysis of American cooperative movements for social change, and goes beyond the usual narrowed focus on a particular era or political figure.
Sweden, June 21 -- Three major evils of the present 'degenerated democratic system' in Sri Lanka can be identified as violence, corruption and communalism.