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Adivasi

(ˈɑːdɪˌvɑːsɪ)
n
(Peoples) a member of any of the aboriginal peoples of India
[Sanskrit, from adi beginning + vasi dweller]
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Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Mar 12 (ANI): Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday said he is extremely positive in fulfilling the demands of labours and adivasi, after a delegation of farmers from All India Kisan Sabha reached the Maharashtra Assembly to meet the state government formed committee.
Although the character was created in 1945, Jani remains entirely contemporary and has, perhaps, become more representative of the present adivasi heartland of India than what he was 73 years ago.
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It also mentioned Chhattisgarh's Jailal Rathia, who had challenged the Adivasi land grabbing and later died of what was suspected as deliberate poisoning, and killing of Maharashtra Dalit activist Chandrakant Gaikwad.
A Special Investigation Team (SIT) investigating the rape of two minors a few days ago in the Nanji Kokare Adivasi Ashram School at Pala Village in Khamgaon block of Buldhana district in the western most region of Vidarbha and some 500km from Mumbai, has filed a third case against the main accused Ittusingh Pawar following a complaint.
The incident took place at Kharmadanga village near Suri under Rampurhat police station area as members of the adivasi community were reportedly converted following a religious ceremony.
The project aims to house approximately 25 Adivasi kids, both boys and girls from the remote villages and provide them with all the cricket training along side basic education and a fitness regime.
A police official in Assam, said yesterday that two districts where separatist rebels gunned down Adivasi tribe members remained tense but calm.
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Assam, which borders Bhutan and Bangladesh, has a long history of often violent land disputes between the indigenous Bodo tribes, the settlers and the Adivasi community.
Jointly organised by Jatiya Adivasi Parishad and Adivasi Chhatra Parishad, several hundred people joined the procession and paraded the main streets.