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    [25] were published apparently to discredit Jagjivan Ram, who defected from the Indira Gandhi government and helped bring Janata Party to power in 1977. He was one of the contenders for the post of Prime Minister of India.[26] Amritlal Vegad  ( born 1928 ) is a noted Gujarati and Hindi language...
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    , the Indian government enjoyed full support of the media houses, the 70’s saw Indira Gandhi declared emergency and all hell broke loose so as to speak.   The emergency   The period between 1975 -1977, when Indira Gandhi had declared independence was the most trying period for journalism. As...
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    his contribution to Assam's culture. In 1987 he won Assam's "Man of the Year" award. Sangeet Natak Academy - New Delhi awarded him in 1987 for his outstanding contribution towards Indian music. The Bengal Journalist's Association honoured him with the "Indira Gandhi Smriti Purashkar" in...
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    ) SAD SHIT ------------------------------------------------- INDIA Neorealist film -neorealistic tendencies? - “specific neorealistic moments” Cinemas still #1 form of entertainment in India -show rise of TV -prime minister Indira Gandhi 00 70% - still only 3 million sets of TV...
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     sixth Prime Minister of India, serving from 1984 to 1989. He took office after the 1984 assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, his mother, to become the youngest Indian premier. A scion of the politically powerful Nehru–Gandhi family associated with the Indian National Congress party, for much...
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    Industry (FICCI). The BCI was formed to both market the Games and promote Indian business interests internationally.[11] [edit] Costs [pic] Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi The total budget estimated for hosting the Games is US$ 1.6 [citation needed]billion and this amount...
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    right-wing, conservative Morarji Desai. ------------------------------------------------- Indira Gandhi The first serious challenge to Congress hegemony came in 1967 when a united opposition, under the banner of Samyukt Vidhayak Dal, won control over several states in the Hindi belt. Indira Gandhi...
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    Indira Gandhi became increasingly threatened by the mounting criticisms of her government, she declared a state of emergency. The declaration of a national emergency lasted for about 19 months. The emergency was declared as a result of mounting political pressure exerted upon the government from...
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    | 30th October | 18. Death Anniversary of Indira Gandhi | 31st October | November 1. World Service Day | 9th November | 2. Children’s Day (Birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru) | 14th November | 3. International Day For Endurance | 16th November | 4. World Students Day | 17th November...
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  • Ramchandra Guha
    would never claim to be an activist." Ramachandra Guha has also shown a lot of veneration towards Nehru in all his works. He calls himself a ‘Nehruvian Indian’ and strongly supports the ideology of Nehru. This can be illustrated in the Anita Nair’s essay on Ramachandra Guha. Where she writes this...
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    correspondence education in addition to the college education. Correspondence education provides an important means for drop-outs to improve their qualification and, for the employed the means to improve education and service prospects. In course of time the glamour for college education may decline if correspondence education is made very effective. The Indira Gandhi National Open University has been created at a national level. ...
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    Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi (Indirā Priyadarśinī Gāndhī; Hindi: इंदिरा प्रियदर्शिनी गांधी ; born 19 November 1917 – 31 October 1984) was an Indian politician and the leader of the Indian National Congress. She was the third Prime Minister of the Republic of India for three consecutive terms from...
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    and saw the then prime minister, Indira Gandhi, as its preserver. Towards this he vehemently supported Mrs Gandhi when, faced with a countrywide uprising against her misrule, she imposed an internal emergency in the mid-Seventies during which all civil liberties were suspended. After the emergency...
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    contribution to Assam.s culture. In 1987 he won Assam.s .Man of the Year. award. Sangeet Natak Academy - New Delhi awarded him in 1987 for his outstanding contribution towards Indian music. The Bengal Journalist.s Association honoured him with the .Indira Gandhi Smriti Purashkar. in 1987. In 1992...
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    father figure of the Indian National Congress until his death in 1948 even though he resigned from the Congress in 1933. Indira Gandhi for some period was in complete control of her party. Her party was also named, Congress (Indira). Shiv Sena is dominated by Bal Thakarey. Even when the Shiv Sena won...
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    in the world won a democratic mandate. However, Centred dismissed the Left government and President’s rule was declared in 1959 in the state. In 1959, just before the new decade could dawn, the ‘Iron Lady’ of India – Indira Gandhi made her presence felt in the political arena. She was elected the...
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  • National Parties
    . But still INC was the largest and ruling party of India. Indira Gandhi's Congress lost the 1977 elections to the Janata Party. A few months after the defeat, another split happened in the Congress party. The party of Indira Gandhi was called Congress ( I ), the initial denoting of her name. During...
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