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Which tribals from central India saw themselves as ‘the people of the forest’ and found it below their dignity to work as labourers for others? - CBSE Class 8 History1 AnswerFill in the blanks: -CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions1 AnswerIn your region, talk to two labourers. Choose either farm labourers or labourers working at construction sites. What wages do they get? Are they paid in cash or kind? Do they get work regularly? Are they in debt? - CBSE Economics Class 9 NCERT Solutions1 AnswerWhere does the evidence of people s lives can be found?CBSE- SOCIAL SCIENCE- CLASS- 6- HISTORY(VITAL VILLAGES, THRIVING TOWNS, Chapter-9)20121 AnswerWhat accounts for the anger of the tribals against the dikus? -CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions1 AnswerThousands of tribals and other forest dwellers gathered at Piparia in Hoshangabad district in Madhya Pradesh to protest against their proposed displacement from the Satpura National Park, Bori Wildlife Sanctuary and Panchmarhi Wildlife Sanctuary. They argue that such a displacement is an attack on their livelihood and beliefs. Government claims that their displacement is essential for the development of the area and for protection of wildlife. Write a petition on behalf of the forest dwellers to the NHRC, a response from the government and a report of the NHRC on this matter cbse-class9-history-20161 AnswerHow did the Constituent Assembly of India protect the powers of the central government? Explain. cbse-history-class-121 AnswerDiscuss how the changes in forest management in the colonial period affected the following groups of people: cbse-class9-history-20161 AnswerWhat was Birsas vision of a golden age? Why do you think such a vision appealed to the people of the region? -CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions1 AnswerDescribe different kind of people living in northern subcontinent of India in old days. CBSE- SOCIAL SCIENCE- CLASS- 6- HISTORY(VITAL VILLAGES, THRIVING TOWNS, Chapter-9)20101 AnswerDescribe different kind of people living in southern subcontinent of India in old days.CBSE- SOCIAL SCIENCE- CLASS- 6- HISTORY(VITAL VILLAGES, THRIVING TOWNS, Chapter-9)20091 AnswerExamine how were the lives of forest dwellers transformed in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. cbse-history-class-121 AnswerWrite short notes on the following: The Central Highlands - CBSE Geography Class 9 NCERT Solutions1 AnswerA 30 m chain was tested, before measurement of the days work and found to be correct. After measuring 3000 m, the chain, was found to be 5 cm too long. At the end of days work after measuring 5400 m, the chain was found to be 10 cm too long. What1 AnswerFreedom of speech under the Indian Constitution is subject to reasonable restrictions on the grounds of protection of 1 AnswerWhich one among the following is a developmental goal for the landless rural labourers? - CBSE Economics class 101 AnswerWhat could be the reasons for the confidence of the British rulers about their position in India before May 1857? -CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions1 AnswerRead the passage carefully and answer the questions based on it. PASSAGE For the opponents of the Tehri dam project, the battle is well and truly lost, Several committees have indicated the project as a safety hazard in a highly seismic region-yet the first phase of the dam is fast nearing completion. Chipko leader Sunderlal Bahuguna’s marathon fasts opposing dam construction are history. The jhuggi he occupied on the bank of Bhagirathi river during his protests is on the verge of submergence. The town of Tehri, along with 22 surrounding villages, will be submerged by the reservoir of the dam when both phases are complete: another 74 villages will be partly hit. 13 more villages have been acquired by Tehri Hydro Development Corporation (THDC) to build the new district headquarters – new Tehri town-and the project colony around it. In all 14,581 families-over 67000 people-are being displaced. The deadline for completion of both phases was set for June 2002, though unofficially THDC employees admitted that it may take another three years.0 AnswerWhat problems did shifting cultivators face under British rule? -CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions1 AnswerHow did the powers of tribal chiefs change under colonial rule? -CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions1 Answer
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