• Rajiv Gandhi Biography
    rallies at a place called Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu that he was assassinated by the Tamil terrorists on May 21, 1991. Thus, ended the life of a promising leader of India. His samadhi in New Delhi is known as Shantivan, a symbol of peace and harmony. With the sudden assassination of Rajiv Gandhi...
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  • Rajiv Gandhi
    Rajiv Gandhi राजीव गांधी (IPA: [raːdʒiːv gaːnd̪ʰiː]), born in Bombay, (August 20, 1944 – May 21, 1991), the elder son of Indira and Feroze Gandhi, was the 9th Prime Minister of India (and the third from the Nehru-Gandhi family) from his mother's death on 31 October 1984 until his resignation on...
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  • India Education
    Born - 15 July 1903 Died - 2 October 1975 Achievements - K. Kamaraj played a crucial role in the appointment of India's two Prime Ministers - Lal Bahadur Shastri in the year 1964 and Indira Gandhi in the year 1966. All throughout his reign as chief minister of Tamil Nadu, K. Kamaraj strived to...
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    Gandhi in 1966. In Tamil Nadu, his home state, he is still remembered for bringing school education to millions of the rural poor by introducing free education and the free Midday Meal Scheme during his tenure as chief minister. He was awarded India's highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna...
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  • Cultures of Jindia
    260) Even when he was the leader of Indian National Congress there were members in the Congress who did not accept his ideas (Chadha 260) His opponents, who had other ideas about India even established movements within the Indian National Congress (Chadha 260) In the early 1930s Gandhi even resigned...
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  • Environment
    environment’ THANJAVUR, July 31, 2010 [pic] The Hindu R. Christodas Gandhi, Principal Secretary, Chairman & Managing Director Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency interacting with the rice mill owners about the biomass gasifier in Thanjavur. Photo: M.Srinath The Central government has...
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  • Indian Politics
    also declare, according to government advice, on new elections and if necessary an emergency state. The President has the right to be updated about crucial government matters and other rights like giving amnesty to prisoners etc. According to the Constitution, elections are to be held once in every...
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  • Suphi05
    Tamil Nadu presumably belong to this batch as those arrested confessed to the investigators about the military assistance the LTTE got from President Premadasa 'ZTTE Gains", L ? Pamphlet. ?E Rajiv Gandhi lost the elections and Viswanath Pratap Singh succeeded him in December 1989. One of...
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  • About J.Jayalal
    and Indira Gandhi. Born in poverty in another State, Mysore, with her father dead in her second year, she and her mother found themselves cast away in a heartless man's world. In sheer despair, they moved to the neighbouring Madras (since renamed Tamil Nadu) State. Forced to fend for themselves, they...
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  • National Parks in Tamilnadu
    Gandhi tiger habitat landscape complex, with tiger occupancy area of about 3,253 km2 (1,256 sq mi) and an estimated metapopulation of 34 (32 to 36) tigers. Kozhikamudhi Elephant Camp Elephants were earlier trained and used at Anamalai for timber operations till felling of trees was...
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  • Airports
    LUH Madurai Tamil Nadu Madurai Airport IXM Mangalore Karnataka Mangalore Bajpe Airport IXE Mumbai (Bombay) Maharashtra C S M International Airport BOM Nagpur Maharashtra Sonegaon Airport NAG Nanded Maharashtra Nanded Airport NDC Nasik Maharashtra Gandhi...
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  • India
    holiday, and worldwide as the International Day of Non-Violence. Gandhi first employed non-violent civil disobedience as an expatriate lawyer in South Africa, in the resident Indian community's struggle for civil rights. After his return to India in 1915, he set about organising peasants, farmers...
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  • tamilnadu powercut
    Web Sify Search Follow us on login Home Samachar Finance elections world t20 Sports Movies WWE Bawarchi More Sify.com / News / National / Five major issues that hit Tamil Nadu in 2012 4 Mail Print Five major...
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  • Test
    prominent leaders of the Indian Independence Movement such as Mahatma Gandhi, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Sri Aurobindo and V.V.S. Aiyar. Early Life of Subramanya Bharathi Bharathi was born to Chinnasami Subramanya Iyer and Elakkumi ( Lakshmi ) Ammaal as “Subbayya” on December 11, 1882 in the Tamil...
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  • Ltte Chief Velupillai Prabhakaran
    -blank range when he was about to enter the Hindu temple at Ponnaalai. The assassination was in response to the 1974 Tamil conference incident, for which the Tamil radicals had blamed Duraiappah, because he backed the then ruling Sri Lanka Freedom Party. He was also seen by Tamil militants as betraying...
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  • Terrorism: an Unending War
    of this would be the simultaneous explosions in Mumbai on March 12, 1993, which killed about 250 civilians, and the simultaneous explosions in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, in February 1998. Tamil Nadu has also faced the fallout of terrorism promoted by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam in Sri Lanka...
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  • God knows where to leads him
    , he could say God brought him from wilderness to a land where he can forget his past and renew his faith. His name is Gandhi, He was born in Jaffna Sri Lanka, a nation where people are divided in two opposing worlds: Sinhalese, the majority and Tamils, the minority. Ever since he was born, he heard...
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  • Role of Ev Raswaminaicker as a Social Reformer
    considered that it included the relegation of all the non-Brahmin caste Hindus to the position of Shudras in the Tamil region. He felt that if each caste were to follow its own Dharma,non-Brahmins would be forced to serve the Brahmins .Naicker met Gandhi in September 1927 with a view to modifying...
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  • Early Leadership
    elections, to give the electorate a chance to vindicate her rule. Gandhi may have grossly misjudged her popularity by reading what the heavily censored press wrote about her. In any case, she was opposed by the Janata Party. Janata, led by her long-time rival, Desai and with Jai Prakash Narayan as...
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  • The Sri Lankan Civil War
    , 22 February 2002. 5. ‘Tamil Tigers call off peace talks’ BBC News, 21 April 2003. 6. ‘Tamil Tiger 'regret' over Gandhi’ BBC News, 27 June 2006. -------------------------------------------- [ 2 ].  ‘LTTE defeated; Sri Lanka liberated from terror’ Ministry of Defence, 18 May 2009. [ 3...
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