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- noun Plural form of
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It functions mainly with staff and 'mazdoors' of the Agriculture Department.
The wage rate of bamboo cutting mazdoors increased 15-20 times in 5 states.
If you choose to draw a line of distinction between the rural poor (who are mostly kisans and khet mazdoors) and peasants, then the problem, a serious one at that, lies somewhere else, and goes beyond semantic details.
The Health Secretary also said that the Corporation had appointed 160 mazdoors (temporary workers) to undertake fogging/anti-larval activity for the next two months.