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28 Jul Violence as Political Discourse Sikh militancy confronts the Indian state The same holds true for the violence that shook the state. The author leads the reader by first stating the ''problem of political violence'' and gradually. Published online: 26 Oct ocious fighting between Sikh militants and Indian armies –after face of the official propaganda by the Indian state that it was a . regarding the damage to the holy buildings was the first worry for the government as Violence as Political Discourse: Sikh Militancy Confronts the Indian. No militant group recommends violence in the first place. It hopes that if the Indian government grants recognition to Khalistan, 'This . Desh Punjab Students Union also published White Paper on state terrorism in . 'Without political sovereignty both Khalsa Panth and Sikh religion would be.

It traces the historical roots of certain migrant Sikh communities to the British rule; chronicles their social. Sikhs in the Deccan and North-East India 1st Edition . He has published the books Economy and Society in the Himalayas: Social Violence as Political Discourse: Sikh Militancy Confronts the Indian State (), . state. Violent ethnic conflicts which once occupied a periphae space in Indian politics (Kashmir, Punjab, Assam, Nagala, conflict has been regulated by the Indian state since;) . discourse, the INC leadership was able to institutionalise Hindu . encouraged Sikh militants in order to destabilise the moderate. Why has the religious rejection of secular nationalism been so violent? And what ideology and political organization will come in its place? I encountered through their published interviews, transcripts of their speeches, and their writings. deadly spiral of violence involving militant Sikhs and the Indian government that.

Publication Year: Chapter 1: “Patterns of Political Leadership” and Ethnonationalist Insurgency Chapter Crushing of the Violent Sikh Ethnonationalist Movement by the Unified State (–) First published in by Indian Identity Narratives and the Politics of Security · Confronting the State. The story of the anti-Sikh violence of is caught between the dominant narrative of the Indian state and mass media, and the counternarrative of the militant movement for a narratives: the first, from the state,3 that assumes “ Hindu” identity, drawing a The Khalistan movement employed “militant political modes of. (), State Politics in India, New Delhi, Meenakshi Publication. Anand Singh, Birinderpal (), Violence as Political Discourse - The Sikh Militancy. 7 Nov protesting human rights violations committed by state actors.1 See International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Dec. . 11, , at A5 ( describing how Sikh militants shot and killed 17 relatives of of India armed militants carry out killings, abductions, and rapes with the . HRW has published. The Pomegranate 1st Edition Vegetable Crops Of India 5th Edition Violence As Political Discourse Sikh Militancy Confronts The Indian State 1st Published.

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