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diku haheku: Lepidocaryum tenue (muinane) [Galeano, 1991]
"It was a cowardly murder by a band of delinquents." Mr Diku added: "Somebody must have seen or heard something.
Without respecting this communitarian aspect, the Das government with its 'diku' (outsider) mentality wants to cater to the greedy businessmen who want to make a fast buck on the minerals and other rich resources of Jharkhand.
Gluck, DIKU, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, e-mail: http:// www.diku.dk/~glueck; and P.
Student Report 85-7-15 (July), DIKU, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
94/7, Master's Thesis, DIKU, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Hindus who have settled from outside are generally known as 'Dikus" (outsiders) by all the tribals.
The adivasi (tribal) population in North Bengal is largely constituted of the migrants from the Chhotanagpur region of Central India, who moved out of their original abode in the second half of the 19th century because of exploitation by the dikus (aliens), land loss, losts of forests rights, imposition of land rent, and colonial oppression, particularly in the post-santhal rebellion period.