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  • Rajiv Gandhi

    Rajiv Ratna Gandhi (Kashmiri/Hindi: राजीव गांधी; 20 August 1944 – 21 May 1991) was the sixth Prime Minister of India, serving from October 1984 to December 1989. He took office after his mother's assassination on October 31, 1984; he himself was assassinated on May 21, 1991. He became the youngest Prime...

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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 December...

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  • Rajiv Gandhi

    seventeen years. Born to rich aristocratic parents, Jawaharlal Nehru lived everything and joined the freedom struggle under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi. His resolute spirit and dynamic personality made him a leading figure of the national movement. He injected into the movement a bit of western philosophy...

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  • Rajiv Gandhi Biography

    Today millions of Indians consider Rajiv Gandhi as a martyr and an illustrious son of the country, who left behind a trail of blazing glory and personal charisma. Although he had held the helms of the affairs of the country only for five years, yet he left his indelible mark in India’s modern history...

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  • Book Biography of Rajiv Gandhi

    Rajiv Gandhi, the eldest son of Feroze and Indira Gandhi, was born on August 20, 1944 and the youngest person to become the Prime Minister of India at the age of 40. He was India’s 9th Prime Minister and 3rd among the Gandhi family. He held his position after her mother’s death on October 31, 1984 until...

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  • Hindi Essays

    AS YOU LIKE IT HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE PLAY Introduction to Shakespeare When I read Shakespeare I am struck with wonder That such trivial people should muse and thunder In such lovely language. D. H. Lawrence Quote (1885 - 1930) William Shakespeare (1564-1616) was born in Startford-on-Avon...

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  • Rajiv Gandhi Rural Electrification Program

    Rajiv Gandhi Rural Electrification Program Urgent Need for Mid-course Correction Discussion Paper by Prayas Energy Group July 2011 Prayas Energy Group Rajiv Gandhi Rural Electrification Program Urgent Need for Mid-course Correction Discussion Paper by Prayas Energy Group Copyright : Any...

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    © Nordic School of Public Health ISSN 1104-5701 ISBN 91-7997-151-2 MPH 2006:18 Dnr U12/02:142 Master of Public Health – Essay – Title and subtitle of the essay HYGIENE, EATING HABITS AND ORAL HEALTH AMONG CHILDREN IN THREE NEPALESE PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS Author Kerstin Westbacke Author's...

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  • Essay in Hindi

    | PASSPORT APPLICATION FORM | Government of INDIA,Ministry of External Affairs | | | Service Required Application Reference Number 12-0003296889 Applying For FRESH Type of Application NORMAL Type of Passport Booklet NORMAL Validity Required 10 Years Applicant Details Applicant's Name ANURAG CHOUDHARY...

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  • Gandhi Essay

    Gandhi was an activist and before that he was a lawyer. He was born in India and became a lawyer as his first career in South Africa. He did everything he could for his people in order to better their lives. It all started out when Gandhi was riding the train. The British came up to him arguing with...

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  • Gandhi Essay

    Mahatma Gandhi debatably one of the most influential individuals of all time. A man of peace and people, he was a major political and spiritual leader to India and the Indian Independence Movement. Believing in Non-Violence and truth in even the most extreme of situations, he had a profound impact on...

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  • Gandhi Essay

    Tyse Samani Human Geography Dr. Dhussa October 20, 2008 Gandhi Part II (India) Gandhi’s political and social attributions in Africa were only the beginning on the effect he later on had in India. His actions and beliefs were so highly respected by the Indians, that they requested his presence...

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    of our Freedom Movement, few events are as dramatic, inspiring and significant as the historic Dandi March led by the Father of our Nation-Mahatma Gandhi. On one level, the March was intended to protest against the nefarious provisions of the Salt Tax imposed by the British. But there was another level...

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  • Gandhi Essay

    Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi is remembered for nonviolence, truth and love. He was born in Parebandar of Gujarat on October 2 1869 and died January 30, 1948. He was a leader in Indian nationalism. He led India into independence and inspired freedom with a nonviolence act. Gandhi was also famous for the...

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  • Gandhi Essay

    Mohandas K. Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in a town called Porbandar in India. He was born by his two wealthy parents. He got his first education in a private school in India. The name of the school is Unknown. Gandhi left India and went to study in the Alfred High School in London. He then went...

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  • Gandhi Essay

    “Mahatma” Karamchand Gandhi. A shudder of nervous anticipation shook him as he lowered his hand into the sloshing sea. Digging his hands into the ground, his hand hit something lumpy. Hands trembling, Gandhi lifted a lump of salty mud from the depths of the sea. The crowd gasped silently. Gandhi then forced himself...

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  • Gandhi Essay

    Mahatma Gandhi: The Hero of India Samantha Calvelli Mrs. Wilson-Clark Religion 2010-03-31 “When in despair I remember that all through history the ways of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants, and murderers, and for a time they can seem invincible, but in the end they always...

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  • gandhi essay

    Mahatma Gandhi is undeniably one of the most respected, influential men. Without the non-violent movement lead by Gandhi, the independence of India would've taken longer with more bloodshed and destruction to the country. Even after his death, his philosophy of non-violence inspired many prominent figures...

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  • Essay on Disadvantage of Science in Hindi

    Lakes are most abundant in high northern latitudes and in mountain regions, particularly those that were covered by glaciers in recent geologic times. The primary sources of lake water are melting ice and snow, springs, rivers, runoff from the land surface, and direct precipitation. In the upper part...

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  • Gandhi Essay

    Gandhi: The Father of a Nation “Nearly everything you do is of no importance, but it is important that you do it.” -Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Gandhi is known internationally and by all ages, whether old or young, for his practically one-handed defeat of the powerful British Empire...

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