The Frontier Crimes Regulation: A History in Documents


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In the 1840s, as British Indian colonial authorities displaced the Sikh government in the Punjab and districts bordering Afghanistan, they attempted to replicate a pattern of rule evolved from previous military occupations of north Indian regions. Certain 'structures of power' and an 'ideology of authority' shaped a hierarchical relationship between the colonial state and regional societies. A crucial concern was to establish a law and order regime that minimized conflict and legitimated British authority. Across British ...

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