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[children of God], in India, individuals who are at the bottom of or outside the Hindu caste system. They were traditionally sweepers, washers of clothes, leatherworkers, and those whose occupation it was to kill animals.
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Despite Thomas' doubts about the church, when he told the Catholic bishops' conference and the Protestant organizational body about the lawsuit, both lent their support and helped Thomas form the National Council of Dalit Christians.
This HOA was executed between the company's partners in the Tamar and Dalit fields, and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co Ltd and D&H Solutions AS.
Over time, Urmila Pawar converts to Buddhism to escape the humiliation of the dalit condition.
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The Grip of Change: Sivakami and the self-conscious examination of Tamil Dalit Identity Politics.
We all learned more about Dalit history and culture, Dalit women's experience, recent atrocities such as those in Kandhamal, Orissa (3) and Khairlanji, Maharashtra, (4) and growing Dalit resistance to CBD.
The word Dalit means crushed or oppressed and is the self-chosen word used to describe those who are not born into one of the four overarching castes in the Hindu caste system, and are therefore considered to be impure and polluting, even from birth.
Based on log and test results, the Dalit natural gas discovery (Dalit) is estimated to contain gross mean resources of around 500 billion cubic feet of natural gas.
Many of those who bore the brunt in India happened to be the Dalit Christians who live by the coast.
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8 ( ANI ): Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Thursday condemned the vandalisation of statues of political and ideological figures across the country including Dalit icon BR Ambedkar's statue
Krishna Kolhi is the first-ever Dalit woman nominated for the Senate seat.