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Economic policies of the colonial and post-colonial states: The Kurichia community of Wayanad – Kerala

Impacts of socio economic changes on tribes of Waynad in the colonial and post colonial period A study with special reference to Kurichias by Rajan, E K | Read the full chapter here >> CHAPTER – VI  ECONOMIC IMPACT OF … Continue reading

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Archery star to be Kerala’s first tribal minister

Deccan Herald, Wednesday 7 March 2012 THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MAY 21, DHNS: P K Jayalakshmi, the newly-elected Congress MLA from Mananthavadi in Wayanad district and the only woman MLA in the UDF, will be Kerala’s first Scheduled Tribe (ST) minister. A member of … Continue reading

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