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The imāmbāra is a centre for Twelver (Ithnāʿasharī) Shīʿī religious rituals, which was widely used in northern South Asia from the twelfth/eighteenth century onwards, in the historical regions of Awadh and Bengal, under the Mughal and British regimes. Imāmbāras and their variants can be found also

In: Encyclopaedia of Islam Three Online

source materials (including document reproductions from foreign archives) relating to the French and British regimes in the Old Northwest. Listings include Indian-white relations, the fur trade, explorati...

In: The SHAFR Guide Online

Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1964. annotation This is a useful guide to bibliographic and unpublished and published source materials (including document reproductions from foreign archives) relating to the French and British regimes in the Old Northwest

in The SHAFR Guide Online
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shows that the colonial situation was far from being an overwhelmingly hegemonic one. Keywords Nigeria, Lagos, slum clearance, colonial urbanism, British regime, Yoruba culture Introduction Th e history of slums and their clearance from urban centres in Europe in the 19th century has been studied

In: African and Asian Studies

between the West and the USSR. Nāṣer opposed the Pact because he perceived it as a threat to his foreign policy objectives and as a tool geared to serve Western political and economic interests. Cairo also feared that such an alliance would isolate Egypt and strengthen the pro-British regime of Nūrī al

in Encyclopaedia Iranica Online
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British regime espoused and encouraged the development of laissez-faire political and economic philosophies even as it attempted at the same time to solve the famine problems in the region of India around the Ganga and Yamuna rivers. The result of the colonial government's intervention in the crises was

In: African and Asian Studies

background to the reference jurisdiction under the law. We have inherited more or less the British regime. This regime is sometimes unclear as to the exact distribution of powers. Now, does this constitutes a breach of this principle which, however, is not unconstitutional? QUESTIONS Is a people

In: Self-Determination in International Law, Quebec and Lessons Learned
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-Indians have fully demonstrated their capacity for hard work, their frequent indifference to educational and cultural achievements has been a handicap vocationally and otherwise. Under the British regime the Anglo-Indians were given preferential consideration in certain strategic occupa- tions for which only a

In: International Journal of Comparative Sociology
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The imāmbāra is a centre for Twelver (Ithnāʿasharī) Shīʿī religious rituals, which was widely used in northern South Asia from the twelfth/eighteenth century onwards, in the historical regions of Awadh and Bengal, under the Mughal and British

in Encyclopaedia of Islam Three Online
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number of those who were sub- jected to foreign rule during its initial phase. I wondered about the degrees of passivity or initiative that characterised their reactions to the new British régime and about the relative impact on their lives of the decisions of the colonial district officers, the East

In: Grass in their Mouths: The Upper Doab of India under the Company's Magna Charta, 1793-1830