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1 See Administrative Traditions at http://www1.worldbank.org/sector/civilservice/traditions.htm
2 See Defining Government Employment at http://www1.worldbank.org/publicsector/civilservice/wageconcerns.htm
3 The term “Scheduled Caste” was used for the first time in the Government of India Act, 1935 in place of “depressed classes” and was retained in the 1950 Constitution.
4 Some states had extended the reservation quota to 69%, and to castes in religions outside Hinduism.
5 However, the state of Tamil Nadu passed a law in 1993 to increase reservation to 69%, which was given Constitutional protection by the 85th Amendment.
6 Indra Sawhney 1993 and Balaji 1963 cited earlier; Devadasan vs. Union of India 1985.
7 These and other insights are derived from conversations and focus group meetings in June 2004.
8 Website (which, can you give the date?) for Malaysian news
9 In 2003 the Malaysian government announced that admissions to the universities henceforth would be by academic records, with computers determining who gets in and who does not, without regard to ethnicity.
10 Habib 2003;
Statistics South Africa, Census, 2001. http://www.statssa.gov.za/census2001/Census/temp/Income%20amongst%20the%20employed%20province2004629172254.xls) [page cannot be found]these links are often withdrawn after a while.