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Viability of Rural Bank Branches

of course not been able to obtain justice.
In Gulbarga, while trying to define the dalit identity outside the Hindu fold, the movement has provided much needed courage and inspiration to ordinary dalit men and women in remote corners of the district to stand up for their dignity as human beings. While the ordinary dalits still celebrate some of the Hindu feasts and festivals, the DSS as a whole Is moving away from Hinduism, a religion responsible for their untouchability to 'Ambedkarism' and 'Buddhism'.

BANKS-Myth of Non-Viability of Rural Branches

for all categories of dams: the big dam at Mutha (Maharashtra), the medium darn at Morvi (Gujarat) and a small dam at Gopinatham (Karnataka) 14 Sometimes, tribal forest dwellers among the uprooted people in India have been resettled in other forested tracts so as to minimise for them the hardship of restarting life in dissimilar environs. Since the forest cover of the nation too is already below the needed level, the option of relocating tribal populations in suitable habitate has become very problematic.

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