Freedom Fighters In Tamil Language Essays and Term Papers

  • Terrorism

    way to achieve what they want. I will also write about the opposing views of seeing terrorists as just terrorists alone, or if they are actually freedom fighters. Lastly, we will discuss if terrorism can ever be justified. One of the factors is due to political reasons. Unlike other types of terrorism...

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  • History of News papers

    daily. It played a major role in the evolution and growth of Indian journalism and made a striking contribution to creating and nurturing the Indian freedom struggle. In 1920, Lenin described ABP as the best nationalist paper in India. It is born as a Bengali weekly in February 1868 in the village of Amrita...

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  • Subramainaya Baharathi

    Bharathi the Poet of Tamil Nationalism & Indian Freedom "He who writes poetry is not a poet. He whose poetry has become his life, and who has made his life his poetry - it is he who is a poet." - Bharathy Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathi was born on 11 December 1882 in Ettiyapuram in Tamil Nadu. Bharathi...

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  • History of India

    Erode Venkata Ramasamy[1] (Tamil: ஈரோடு வேங்கட இராமசாமி ) (17 September 1879 – 24 December 1973), affectionately called by his followers as Periyar (Tamil: பெரியார்), Thanthai Periyar or E. V. R., was a businessman, politician, Indian independence and social activist, who started the Self-Respect Movement...

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  • Test

    Bharathi ( December 11, 1882 – September 11, 1921 ) was a Tamil Poet from Tamil Nadu, India, an independence fighter and iconoclastic reformer. Known as Mahakavi Bharathi ( the laudatory epithet Maha Kavi meaning Great Poet in many Indian Languages ) He is celebrated as one of India’s greatest poets. ...

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  • The Sri Lankan Civil War: a Mass Genocide

    targets of bombings. The Sri Lankan civil war was a vicious conflict that for twenty-six years had divided Sri Lanka along ethnic lines, as the country's Tamils, a mostly Hindu minority, fought for the creation of a separate state against the ruling majority of Sinhalese Buddhists. It was a war that took hundreds...

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  • tamilnadu

    Tamil Nadu (/ˈtæmɪl ˈnɑːduː/ tam-il-nah-doo;  Tamil pronunciation (help·info); Tamil: தமிழ்நாடு; literally "Tamil Country") is one of the 28 statesof India. Its capital is Chennai (formerly known as Madras), the largest city. Tamil Nadu is a land most known for its monumental ancient Hindu temples and...

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  • Histroy of Press

    expulsion of Buckingham from India. The pioneers of Indian language press were the Serampore Missionaries. These Irish missionaries came to India. They published books to preach Christianity. Also translated Bible into Indian languages. Bengali journal ‘Dig Darshan’‘Samachar Darpan’in 1818. Raja...

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  • Management Study

    History History of Sri Lanka Sri Lanka’s history is a source of great pride to both Sinhalese and Tamils, the country’s two largest ethnic groups. The only problem is, they have two completely different versions. Every historical site, religious structure, even village name seems to have conflicting...

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  • Smaller states Vs Big States

    pride. Numerous freedom fighters like Gandhi ji, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar Azad, Rani of Jhanshi and many others fought against the British Empire and contributed in the freedom struggle with their undying spirit and bravery. The valorous freedom fighters of India, right...

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  • Knowledge Is Power

    Are we losing the war against jihadis? These are some of the issues that come out of the in-depth discussion on the terrorism. In a layman’s language, terrorism is a sort of violence that is aimed to achieve some goal. These goals are generally those, which the government denies to the perpetrators...

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  • A Critical Assessment of the Difficulties in Defining Terrorist Groups and Organisations.

    Contextual “One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter”. This phrase epitomises the issue of terrorism being contextual. While some would class the Taliban as terrorists – mostly from the west – those within Afghanistan would say they are freedom fighters who fight against the western imposition of...

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  • Apj Abdul Kalam

    Abdul Kalam From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Abdul kalam) This article is about the former President of India. For the freedom fighter, see Abul Kalam Azad. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam  BR | | 11th President of India | In office 25 July 2002 – 24 July 2007 | Prime Minister...

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  • Indian Politics

    Akali Dal in Punjab, Dravida Munnetra Kazagham (DMK) in Tamil Nadu and there are other such state parties. There are some small communist parties who participate only within one state. Some states have more than one state party. For example in Tamil Nadu another important state party is All India Anna Dravida...

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  • Book - Waiting for the Mahatma - Plot vs Style

    novels are set in the colonial and post-colonial periods of India. In his works, he created the imaginary town of Malgudi, which was in the state of Tamil Nadu in South India, where realistic characters in a typically Indian setting lived amid unpredictable events. The book ‘Waiting for the Mahatma’ written...

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  • Tamil Tigers

    The group, Tamil Tigers, claim themselves to be freedom fighters. This report will show, and hopefully convince you, that they are not freedom fighters, but that they are a terrorist group. The use of boys and girls as young as ten years old for wars, suicide missions, and the assassinations of famous...

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  • Separatist Movements in India

    broadly be divided in to various categories on the basis of various factors like geographical locations of area, historical backgrounds, ethnicity, language & religion, etc. The first important movement discussed in the paper is struggle of Kashmiris for their right of self- determination. Infact,...

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  • Japanese Occupation

    individual who had survived the Japanese Occupation. In his seventies, Mr Rajoo is my uncle. He showed great enthusiasm and related his experience in Tamil during the 3 hours interview. His accounts shed light on the ways how individuals inject meanings to a particular subject. Background Mr Rajoo was...

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  • Indian Literature

    literature, writings of the Indian subcontinent, produced there in a variety of languages, including Sanskrit, Prākrit, Pāli, Bengali, Bihārī, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Rajāsthānī, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, and Sindhi. A brief treatment of Indian literature follows. For...

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  • Modern Indo-English Poetry

    national culture emerged and it also participated in the international modern usually westernized world. Gradually with passing time the English language poetry became more indianized in nature. The change that came about reflected the change in mentality that had ushered in among the Indian poets....

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