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By Debbie Brown

If you are making plans a celebration and pressed for time, glance no additional! This choice of notable but uncomplicated cake designs is certain to give you the resolution. those crowd pleasing tarts are strangely effortless to make.

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I return in Chapter 7 to consider how different relational experiences of power, power practices, affect and shape resistance and renegotiations and why legal pluralism is critical to this process. 3 The Santal: Processes of Subordination in the State The day I arrived to carry out my research in Rajshahi, north-west Bangladesh, the town was buzzing with the news that a large slum, where the poorest had erected temporary housing near the university, had been cleared overnight. What had been a thriving corner of the town near the university’s Vinodpur Gate, where slum dwellers had set up small shopfronts and stalls, was engulfed in dust.

Sapha, an elderly man I met in a village near Thakurban, referred to ‘a different kind of Muslim’ coming to the area after partition. The Biharis were seen as more ruthless and money-grabbing and more powerful than the other local Bengali Muslims. They were also loyal to the Pakistan government and many joined the razakars, the auxiliary force assisting the Pakistani army, and later supporting the suppression of the Bangladesh independence movement (Whitaker, 1982, p. 8). The out-migration of Hindus and incoming of Bihari Muslims changed the social landscape of the areas where the Santal lived in what is now north-west Bangladesh.

333). Intellectual revolution is performed not by confronting one philosophy with another but by confronting the social forces behind them and the ideology, ‘common sense’, which these forces generate (Hoare and Smith, 1971 pp. 321–2). The individual or social group is assisted in realizing his/her/its embryonic ideology through an elite of intellectuals who are able to organize and lead the masses. But there is a problem with this since, by Gramsci’s own admission, intellectuals are also functioning as a social group in themselves.

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