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Dacoity is a term used for "banditry" in the Indian subcontinent. The spelling is the anglicised version of the Hindustani word daaku, "dacoit" is a colloquial Indian English word with this meaning, it appears in the Glossary of Colloquial Anglo-Indian Words and Phrases (1903). Banditry is criminal activity involving robbery by groups of armed bandits. The East India Company established the Thuggee and Dacoity Department in 1830, and the Thuggee and Dacoity Suppression Acts, 1836–1848 were enacted in British India under East India Company rule. Areas with ravines or forests, such as Chambal and Chilapata Forests, were once known for dacoits.

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  • Dacoity is a term used for "banditry" in the Indian subcontinent. The spelling is the anglicised version of the Hindustani word daaku, "dacoit" is a colloquial Indian English word with this meaning, it appears in the Glossary of Colloquial Anglo-Indian Words and Phrases (1903). Banditry is criminal activity involving robbery by groups of armed bandits. The East India Company established the Thuggee and Dacoity Department in 1830, and the Thuggee and Dacoity Suppression Acts, 1836–1848 were enacted in British India under East India Company rule. Areas with ravines or forests, such as Chambal and Chilapata Forests, were once known for dacoits.
  • Dacoit är ett hindustaniskt ord för rånare och är en anglifierad variant på det inhemskt indiska ordet "dakaethee", som kommer av ordet "dakoo", vilket betyder rånare. Vad en dacoit egentligen är i allmänt språkbruk är dock snarast stråtrövare, något som fortfarande finns kvar i det moderna Indiens utkanter. Den mest kända "dacoiten" var Phoolan Devi. Denna brott- och straffrelaterade artikel saknar väsentlig information. Du kan hjälpa till genom att tillföra sådan.
  • Les dacoïts (en hindi डकैत en ourdou ڈکیت, ḍakait, ou en bengali ডাকাত ḍakat signifiant "bandit armé") sont, en Inde, des bandes armées organisées de brigands formées, la plupart du temps, par des paysans dépossédés de leur terre ou des hors-castes (intouchables). Les dacoïts attaquent les trains, parfois les voyageurs en automobile, et livrent de véritables batailles rangées contre les forces de police ou l'armée appelée pour les réduire. Des bandes de dacoïts sont aussi présentes dans le sud du Dekkan.
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  • Dacoity is a term used for "banditry" in the Indian subcontinent. The spelling is the anglicised version of the Hindustani word daaku, "dacoit" is a colloquial Indian English word with this meaning, it appears in the Glossary of Colloquial Anglo-Indian Words and Phrases (1903). Banditry is criminal activity involving robbery by groups of armed bandits. The East India Company established the Thuggee and Dacoity Department in 1830, and the Thuggee and Dacoity Suppression Acts, 1836–1848 were enacted in British India under East India Company rule. Areas with ravines or forests, such as Chambal and Chilapata Forests, were once known for dacoits.
  • Les dacoïts (en hindi डकैत en ourdou ڈکیت, ḍakait, ou en bengali ডাকাত ḍakat signifiant "bandit armé") sont, en Inde, des bandes armées organisées de brigands formées, la plupart du temps, par des paysans dépossédés de leur terre ou des hors-castes (intouchables). Les dacoïts attaquent les trains, parfois les voyageurs en automobile, et livrent de véritables batailles rangées contre les forces de police ou l'armée appelée pour les réduire. Bien que leur nombre ait beaucoup diminué, ils représentent un certain danger en particulier dans le Bihar et dans la région du Chambal où ils profitent de la conformation du terrain et de la jonction de trois États, le Râjasthân, le Madhya Pradesh et l'Uttar Pradesh pour échapper aux poursuites. Des bandes de dacoïts sont aussi présentes dans le sud du Dekkan.
  • Dacoit är ett hindustaniskt ord för rånare och är en anglifierad variant på det inhemskt indiska ordet "dakaethee", som kommer av ordet "dakoo", vilket betyder rånare. Vad en dacoit egentligen är i allmänt språkbruk är dock snarast stråtrövare, något som fortfarande finns kvar i det moderna Indiens utkanter. Den mest kända "dacoiten" var Phoolan Devi. Denna brott- och straffrelaterade artikel saknar väsentlig information. Du kan hjälpa till genom att tillföra sådan.
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