A History of the Up-Country Tamil People in Sri Lanka

From நூலகம்
A History of the Up-Country Tamil People in Sri Lanka
Noolaham No. 3671
Author S. Nadesan
Category இலங்கை வரலாறு
Language ஆங்கிலம்
Publisher Nandalala Publishers
Edition 1993
Pages 360

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  • Publisher's Note - L.Jothikumar
  • Preface - S.Nadesan
  • Abbrreviations
  • Contents
  • Sri Lanka and the British
  • British Rule in India and the Creations of the Indian Market
  • The Coffee Plantationsand Recruitment of Indian Labour
  • Progress of the Plantation Economy and the Immigrant Workers
  • Organised Immigration and Indian People's Protest Against the Cooly Trade
  • Constitutional Reforms, Franchies and Plantation Workers
  • The Great Awakening
  • Trade Union and the Revolt against the Planters Raj
  • Repatriation Disabilities and the Indo - Ceylon Problem
  • Independence and the Citizenship Acts
  • The Stateless Million
  • A Divided People
  • United Front Government and the Plight of Plantation Workers
  • Plantation WorkersStruggles From 1945 to 1973
  • Jeyawardene Regime: Communal Riots and Up - Country Tamils
  • Estate Schools Their Problems and Progress
  • Join Stickers of Plantation Workers
  • Struggle for Citizenship Rights and Elections
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix: Memorandum on Discrimination Against Sri Lankan Citizens of POeople of Indian Origin
  • Index