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Everything is going to work out. It may seem like a mess right now but u are going to do great things and meet wonderful people. Ur absolutely going to succeed. Of the fiercest conflicts of the eighteenth century writes Bayly, between Indian and Indian rather than between Indians and Europeans (p.88), and this argument is extended for the nineteenth and twentieth centuries as well, as Bayly allusions to amply demonstrate. Although is a hotly contested subject, Bayly has no qualms in etching it unproblematically into the history of India. It is not quite kosher, especially for a historian with Bayly formidable reputation, to bluntly characterize Indians as essentially communal minded, but he cannot quite hide his predilection for this kind of argument.

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This year’s tournament lived up to all its hype with numerous closely contested games and excellent basketball for all 32 teams involved. Our committee would like to sincerely thank all our corporate sponsors and program advertisers whose support over the years allow for such a successful event. In addition, we would like to thank the TRU Athletic Department and the City of Kamloops for the logistical help and manpower so that the championships ran smoothly.

Sambhu and Kanhaiya may be rendered homeless, but villagers such as themselves have created (in Jai Sen’s phrase) the unintended city, bringing their sensibility to urban landscapes. They make their way to a city slum (bustee) where the reigning matriarch, an old woman referred to as Chachiji (aunt), takes them under her wing. They may pine for their village home, but nevertheless Sambhu and his likes are not part of the industrial homeless; they integrate into another community whose members can share their pain and joy.

When censorship gradually eased in the 1990s, South Africans like me had to discover the omissions and lies in our concept of history and face the awful truths it contained. In addition to telling the story of black resistance and the importance of music in the anti apartheid struggle, Amandla! reveals this silenced history. The use of song to tell this story is particularly important, as the intense eyes of activist Sifiso Ntuli say to us, before we even hear his words: “Song is something that we communicate to the people who otherwise would not have understood where we were coming from.

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