should be more lenient towards the Indian population especially because Indians are 40% of the countryâ€™s population.Indian entrepreneurs are also successfully contributing to the development of United Arab Emirates.Still at least 25% of the Indian population in U.A.E... Indian Culture: Indian culture is signified by its diversity.Indian banks in U.A.E.
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However, no Indian answered that his ethnicity was Indian (Kurien, 1999).Many of them answered that they were from the UK but their grandparents were Indian.The Indian Act was an esteemed regulatory regime.This comprises of people who were born in the United Kingdom but whose descendants are Indian and all Indian- born individuals who migrated to the United Kingdom.The argumentative Indian: Writings on Indian history, culture and identity.
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The Indian Community and the ‘New’ South Africa It is the British colonial rule in nineteenth and early twentieth century that catalysed the Indian immigration to South Africa.Conclusion The very idea of South African Indians itself is problematic as the Indian community in is heterogeneous in multiple ways.Importantly the groups within the Indian community in South Africa are not similarly integrated into the South African national space.The changing social, political, cultural and economic conditions in South Africa have led the Indian community to identify themselves with the whites as a fellow minority community.Obviously, the idea of an Indian community in South Africa is essentially problematic due to the extreme heterogeneity with...
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Due to the American sovereignty, the Indians “handed over enormous tracts of land as the price of peace” (Calloway, 160).Due to the fact that the Indians knew that this “war was a contest for Indian land as well as for American independence” (Calloway, 158), most of the Indians sided with the British in hopes to regain their land and freedom.Different Indian tribes even split up due to this fact.All in all, I would say that both wars were equally crucial for the Indians.After looking at the end results of both wars for the Indian people, it is very difficult to determine which war was more pivotal for the Indians of the Eastern Woodlands.
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The art and sculpture of Southeast Asia have utilized themes from Indian literature, and their forms clearly show the influence of Indian style (Burling, 1965, pp.69).The argument still went on the issues for Indianization focusing on the practices of caste system, whether Indianization is just elite process or not and the selective nature of southeast Asia in picking up Indian culture appropriate to each own region meaning that Southeast Asian are civilized enough to flourish their prosperity and interest more.Indianization as the elite process argue that scriptions could tell only the life of rulers, though there is not strong evidences to defend it, the legacy left behind in the daily life of people, for example, the rituals of funera...
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Child proposes, “One of the worst ideas about how to best solve the “Indian problem” mandated the separation of American Indian families.Coleman, Michael C. American Indian Children at School, 1850-1930. n. d. Child, Brenda J. Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families, 1900-1940.” In this speech he argues that the methods of “waging war” against the Indian has been failing, and was taking the lives of both the Indian and the white man.It will also explore the founding of specific schools for Indian children, namely the Carlisle Indian Industrial School for Native Americans.“Remembering Our Indian School Days: The Boarding School Experience.
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During the 1920s, debates took place to revoke Indian status for good, as advocated by Duncan Campbell Scott, who headed the Department of Indian Affairs from 1913 to 1932.An amendment of 1880 automatically removed Indian status from those who obtained a university degree.In 1961, First Nations members were granted the right to vote in federal elections without losing their Indian status.In contrast, Indian women marrying a non-Indian lost their Indian status and were forced to leave their community, which did not apply to Indian men marrying a non-Indian.The 1876 law perpetuates the Indian gang system created earlier.
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If they had united at the start then maybe the Indians could have stood more of a chance against the US army.Although all these factors led to the final outcome, I think the main reason why the Indians were defeated was the selfishness and ignorance of both sides.Although the Indians were on the Plains first, they could have adapted to share with the white men.If both sides had accepted each other, and lived cooperatively, then maybe the Indians wouldn’t have been forced into reservations for the next century and just maybe, the white men could have learnt off the Indians, giving both parties a better quality of life.One of the best methods of destroying the Indian race was the clever destruction of the buffalo.
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Indian Motorcycles: America’s First Motorcycle 2 The specific purpose of this presentation is to inform the audience and give a brief insight into the history of the Indian Motorcycle Company.The pictures are of a V-Twin engine, a military Indian and the Indian corporate factory.The Indian Motorcycle was produced from 1901 to 1944 under the Indian name.Introduction Indian Motorcycles – An exquisitely designed machine, a thrilling history and a wellknown rivalry with its competition Harley Davidson, makes the Indian Motorcycle a legend in its own time.Conclusion Slide 12 – This slide re-visits the main points of the presentation and finishes off with a Famous Indian Motorcycle quote.
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Slide 5 – This slide continues with history and the picture is of the traditional Indian Head Fender Light.Slide 7 – With this slide, I introduce the competition part of my presentation and the picture is of an Indian hill climb race.Slide 11 – This slide list the various models that Indian produced and the pictures are of the Sport Scout, the V-Twin and the Pony Scout.Conclusion Slide 12 – This slide re-visits the main points of the presentation and finishes off with a Famous Indian Motorcycle quote.Introduction Indian Motorcycles – An exquisitely designed machine, a thrilling history and a wellknown rivalry with its competition Harley Davidson, makes the Indian Motorcycle a legend in its own time.
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As a result, most children, and the Indian population at large, quickly started to loose their culture (Deloria 16).century policies embarked on granting more freedom to the Indian nations.This has resulted to improving relationship between the Indian nations and both state and federal governments.The result was therefore complete marginalization of the Indian population from mainstream economic realm.The need to increase America’s economic output resulted to the federal government taking part in the grabbing of last of Indian lands in Kansas and Nebraska (Sando 113).
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I also think it was disgusting when President Van Buren spoke to Congress and said, “It affords sincere pleasure to apprise the Congress of the entire removal of the Cherokee Nation of Indians to their new homes west of the Mississippi”.Settlers moved into Indian lands and there fore the Indians attacked because their land was invaded.Howard Zinn claims to show a series of controversial facts about the Revolutionary war and Indian removal.I mean the Indians found the land before we ever knew it existed and for a president to say such a thing is frowned upon in my standards.At this time Jackson was now moved to speed up Indian removal.
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Like the Pequot war of, 1637 which was alliances within in the colonies against alliances within Indian tribes but of course Indians lost because of the English’s military tactics.Then the governor sought to trade with the Indians secretly which treated him much better than his own people.In the 1600’s continuing into the 1700’s, the English- Indian relation may have enhanced slightly, but majorities of the time English were cruel to the Indians.As years went by, with all the Indians dying, the English were becoming a bit fond of the Indians.This shows a technique Indians were trying use to have peace with the English.
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How many Indians were killed due to the neglect of the white man?Will the white man ever be able to pay back what they took from the Indians?Curtis, for example, devoted more than thirty years of his life, following, living with, and taking more than forty thousand pictures of eighty different Indian tribes (Curtis, par.1).Another well-known seekers of Indian information are the Indians themselves.The reason this subject touched me personally is because almost everyone who presently lives on the Great Plains has a certain percentage Indian blood running through their veins, including myself.
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Further, the restrictive peasant farming policies degraded the Indian into the kind of farmer whose technical skills are limited to manual labor, and whose productivity is limited to small-scale produce.In these two readings, it is quite clear that several factors are behind the offer of progress to the Indians.Progress: The Indian Dilemma .This contention resounds with truth in the case of Indians in the Northwest in the late 1880s, as illustrated in the paper authored by Sarah Carter entitled, “Two Peasants and a Cow: ‘Peasant’ Farming for Indians in the Northwest, 1889-97.” Carter contends that then Department of Indian Affairs Commissioner Hayter Reed utilized peasant farming as a way of changing the Indian culture and the Indian in...
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At the start, Victor defined himself as an Indian, but later on he distances himself from the label.In “Indian Education” Sherman Alexie tells his story of overcoming racial limitations through the narrator, “Victor”.While Victor was first grade, he was singled out by the other Indian boys, “the other Indian boys chased me from one corner of the playground to the other”; .Victor was also compared to a white boy crying, despite the fact that none of the Indian boys have seen a white boy cry, “Once it was Cries-Like-a-White-Boy, even though none of us had seen a white boy cry.” In the second grade he was singled out by the teacher, even though he was not he only Indian.Indian, I am.” .
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For, these Indian healers believe that time helps in their patients’ recovery process.A formal healing session always starts with the patient visiting the Indian healer several times in a casual way in order to entice the Indian healers to accept this person as a new patient.The Navajo Indian doctor then moves some of the patients’ parts like the hands and feet to confirm his first impression of what the patients’ ailment is (Davies 83).This Indian Tribe in Nebraska is watched over by a branch of the Office of Indian Affairs located within its territory.For, they believed that the normal Indian was healthy before these whites visited them and imprisoned them in Indian settlements.
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Cronon states that up to ninety percent of Indian populations were wiped out by disease.There was a shift from Indian to European dominance due to many factors, the biggest being the different views of the land.Indian poverty was the result of Indian waste: underused land, underused natural abundance, underused human labor” (Cronon, 56).Both Indian populations adopted gender-specific roles.Changes in the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England.
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Is he Indian or white?This leads the Indian to the question of whether or not he would be accepted by his people.He believes he is thinking more like an Indian.Everyone is happy.” The Indian left the college in the city looking for happiness and freedom.At once the Indian thinks the other Indians are talking about him because he is used to this being done in the city.
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In what ways did the French and Indian War alter the political economic and ideological relations between Britain and her colonies?and … jazzybeepage.blogspot.com/…/how-did-french-and-indian-war-alter.html Sep 30, 2007 – How did the French and Indian War alter the political .Alter the Political, Economic, and … The French and Indian War, a colonial manifestation of the same forces … In what ways did the French and Indian War alter the political … apush5.blogspot.com/…/in-what-ways-did-french-and-indian-war.html Sep 29, 2007 – The French and Indian War altered the political, economical, and … This took a toll on the political relationship between Britain and the … In what ways did the French and Indian War alter the political … wiki.a...
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Although they had good intentions to stop the conflicts they wanted the same thing as with the army and the government the death of the American Indian.however the Indian would have to give up all Indian ways including religious and ways of life.As recorded by one Indian all they wanted to do was hunt buffalo.the Indian reform movement was introduced in the later 19^th entury to help to bring the American Indian into society.The army showed great hostility towards the Indian and it can be argued as to way it got worse after the civil war when many army officers did not have much to do so turned their attention to the tribes in the great plains.
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The answer is simple, they did not take the time to understand the Indians and their way of life before they let misconceptions fuel hatred among the two races.When John first met the Indians he thought that they were the enemy who would attack for no reason except hate.After countless gatherings and a successful buffalo hunt John is accepted into the Indian tribe.Today we are attempting to undo any wrongs that we have caused the Indians by giving them land and money.John Dunbar discovered that the Indians were kind and caring people who were wrongfully driven from their land and homes.
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At the end of the war the British had shown no appreciation for the contribution the Indian soldiers showed when fighting alongside the British, this added to the frustration within Indian society as it felt like they had lost all those soldiers for nothing as Britain did not even show a slight appreciation for them.In order to adequately defend themselves Britain had to increase their expenditure, this rapidly increases taxes within India, during the war prices of food grain rose drastically, at one point by 93% and Indian made goods also rose by 60% .Supporting evidence is provided by historian Niall Ferguson who suggests that Indians definitely wanted more say in the way they were being governed by the British, he says ‘Though initia...
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This policy led to an increase in the number of Indians, mainly from North India, relocated to Singapore and created a new group of Indian immigrants, which is often referred to as “new Indian diaspora”.The binary between groups speaking North Indian Indo-Aryan languages and South Indian Dravidian languages existed since the colonial period.Thus, the Indian policies, along with the Singapore context have effectively created a pool of poor South Indian, which make up the majority of colonial Indian labor population (Periasamy, 2007).While the Indian population struggles to catch up with the development of the economy, there is a rise in income among the Indian population, along with the influx of the new professional migrants, as depicted...
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The same concept of another’s work made by Alexie is entitled “Because My Father Always Said He Was the Only Indian Who Saw Jimi Hendrix Play ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ at Woodstock” (Alexie,1993), this is more on a description of relationships particularly reservation.Indian relationship with their country is one of the broken treaties and it raised issue about sovereignty.“The Toughest Indian in the World, by Sherman Alexie”.Being an Indian is a hard experience because stories like these were able to render such people’s anguish fate with their inability in forgetting that the real fact of being Indians, but still keeping the knowledge that peace do exist as well as the love and safety.“The Toughest Indian in the World”, the American I...
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It’s imperative that the government identifies new workable ways of dealing with the issues affecting the Indians.The government should ensure that measures are undertaken to preserve the Indian culture.The Kennedy administration declared the Indian education to be a national tragedy (Monaghan, 2005).These problems are often summed up as the “Indian Problem” and most of them pertain to their cultural practices and the land factor.The care provided to the Indian children was inadequate in all aspects.The aim of the government was to replace the Indian culture, indeed as stated by Pratt “the only good Indian is a dead one” (Monaghan, 2005, p. 23).
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In spite of all the drawbacks, Abhigyanshakuntalam became the text that symbolized Indian cultural pride and was one of the major texts in Indian consciousness.While early twentieth-century Indian – English novelists rely on a functionalist terminology of racial ‘vitalism, evolution, telos, palingenesis, survival and degeneration’ in their writing, and return, repeatedly, to ancient Hindu civilization as the basis of their political aesthetics, their work is still distinctively ‘pre-national’ in its unwillingness to engage with the cultures of the Indian masses (Bhatt, 2001).In the nineteenth century many Indian intellectuals, especially the Bengali elite were trying to correct the British version of Indian history, culture and society.T...
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The British oppression led to the rise and growth of the Indian Nationalism with the Indian National Congress party in the forefront.There is increasing research available on the success and failures of Indian labour legislations, the contributions of the Indian National congress party to the development and upliftment of Indian socio economic standards, labour laws facilitating healthy industrialization and industrial policies etc.Here a positive and the interpretive research philosophy can be applied because the labour legislations done by Indian national congress have had a positive effect on the growth of the Indian economy as a whole.A critical analysis of the impact of the Indian National Congress party’s labour legislations on the...
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The most tangible result of the occupation was the passing of the Indian Self-Determination Act which declared an end to the prolonged federal domination of Indian service programs which had prior to served to retard the progress of Indian citizens of America.Among them was a proposal to turn Alcatraz into an American Indian center.The occupiers held the island for 18 months reclaiming it as Indian land and demanding fairness and respect for Indian peoples.Under the Eisenhower Administration, the U. S. government launched an effort called Relocation to encourage Indian Americans to move away from tribal lands and into the cities where the Bureau of Indian Affairs promised resettlement aid and job training.Legislation to support Indian au...
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Indian Life July-Aug. 2009: 7.Of the Great Lakes tribes were the Ojibwe Indians, Menominee Indians, Patawatomi Indians, Sauk Indians, Fox Indians, Miami Indians, Winnebago Indians, and Santee Dakota Indians.Of the Southeastern tribes were the Cherokee Indians, Choctaw Indians, Chickasaw Indians, Creek Indians, Seminole Indians, and Yuchi Indians.Encyclopedia.com."Native American Games for Kids" Apples4theteacher.com - A Primary Website - Educational Games and Activities for Kids.
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