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That is why, even after the police firing in Maikanch in 2000, over 10,000 of us showed up to oppose the project the very next month. Focus group notes, February, 2008 The 2006 Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, or FRA, which was hailed by people’s movements, as a victory of sorts in the struggle for Adivasi autonomy and sovereignty, as the act appears to recognize the Adivasi way of life, is now being viewed in some quarters as yet another “law and ‘new welfare model’ used by the State to retain it’s authority, power and supremacy over resources, alienate people from their land and way of life, and create and sustain capital markets” (Ramdas, 2009, p.

In India, as in other parts of the world, adivasi peoples’ rights to land are largely signified through a sizable grouping of such customary legal exceptions, which aim to protect indigenous rights to land from the superior economic and political power of other dominant groups (Ghosh, 2006; Povinelli, 2002; Singh, 1983; Sundar, 2005; Upadhyay, 2005). Indigenous Incitements 39 Recognizing them as a form of governance through exceptions, I have elsewhere used the term “exclusive governmentality” (Ghosh, 2006).

The single largest foreign direct investment in Indian commercial history is in coal and iron in the state of Orissa (by Posco Ltd. of South Korea), a US$12 billion project that is being held up by betel leaf farmers and the Posco Pratirodh Manch, which includes significant Adivasi and Dalit participation. Alcan (Canada), Norsk Hydro (Norway), Tatas (India), and Birlas (India) are all casualties (have divested) of the Kashipur bauxite mining venture in the spiritually significant Baphlimali hills and the Adivasi-Dalit resistance spearheaded by the Prakrutik Sampad Surakshya Parishad (PSSP)— a project that could displace up to 60,000 Adivasis/Dalits while diverting 2,800 acres of land (IPTEHR, 2006).

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