• Struggle of Indian Women During Revolution
    Women in Indian Freedom Struggle Women in Indian Freedom Struggle have played a vital role with immense courage, confidence and patriotism. They were the iconic figures in Indian political arena. Role of Women in Independence Movement  Women in Indian freedom struggle have significantly...
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  • Indian Freedom Struggle
    THE INDIAN FREEDOM STRUGGLE The struggle for freedom can be broadly divided into five phases each contributing towards the sharpening of the divide between the rulers and the ruled. The first phase began when the British...
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    INDIA’S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM How India became free on August 15, 1947 A Lipilekha Presentation by Subrata Das MAP OF THE WORLD Where on earth is India? A Lipilekha Presentation by Subrata Das 2 WHY DO WE CARE • Free India, as the world’s largest democracy, plays an important role in the...
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  • India's Freedom Movement
    The struggle for freedom can be broadly divided into four phases each contributing towards the sharpening of the divide between the rulers and the ruled. The first phase began when the British won the Battle of Plassey in 1757, and Robert Clive, the representative of the East India Company, became the...
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  • Key Landmarks in the Indian Freedom Struggle
    Key Landmarks in the Indian Freedom Struggle "Nadir Shah looted the country only once. But the British loot us every day. Every year wealth to the tune of 4.5 million dollar is being drained out, sucking our very blood. Britain should immediately quit India.'' That's what the Sindh Times wrote on May...
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  • Maulana Azad
    Abul Kalam Ghulam Muhiyuddin, better known as Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was a renowned scholar, poet, freedom fighter and leader of the Indian National Congress in India's struggle for Independence. He was well versed in many languages viz. Arabic, English, Urdu, Hindi, Persian and Bengali, and a prolific...
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  • Role of Extremists
    Mrs. Annie Besant at Madras in September 1916. The aim of the Movement was to get selfgovernment for India within the British Empire. It believed freedom was the natural right of all nations. Moreover, the leaders of the Home Movement thought that India’s resources were not being used for her needs...
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  • Ruchika
    Women and Indian Nationalism Leela Kasturi and Vina Mazumdar I The political role of women as a subject for research is of recent origin in India.1 It is significant that there are so few studies of women's role in the nationalist movement or of the implicationssocial or political-of their momentous...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    1947. Pakistan had two parts, East and West, which were separated by about 1,000 miles. East Pakistan was mainly the eastern part of the province of Bengal. The capital of Pakistan was Karachi in West Pakistan and was moved to Islamabad in 1958. However, due to discrimination in economy and ruling powers...
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  • Language Movement
    The Language Movement: An Outline It has been suggested that the freedom struggle of Bangladesh originated from the Bengali language movement. In a way this is correct, as the basic inspiration for the freedom struggle of the Bengali-speaking people of Pakistan came mainly form linguistic nationalism...
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  • Indian Biographies
    August 1942. The main purpose for launching this movement was to bring the British to talk terms with the Indian leaders. It was a call for immediate freedom of India and the slogan of "Do or Die" was adopted for the same. However the leaders were arrested shortly after Gandhi's speech and were put in prison...
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  • Moderates
    marked the beginning of a new era in the history of modern India. The activities of the Indian National Congress were closely associated with the struggle for Indian independence.The activities of the Indian National Congress up to the achievement of independence in 1947 can be classified broadly under...
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  • BOOK REVIEW ON Emergence of a new nation In a multipolar world: Bangladesh
    sovereign country in the world is also illustrated here. Number of both internal and external factor that led the liberation war of 1971 also plays a vital role in the analysis. The liberation war 1971 with its final achievements through the sacrifices has remained as a sacred and precious part in the history...
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  • Nuclear Plants Boon or Bane
    J.Kuruvachira There are many Hindutva ideologues and organisations that accuse the Christians in India that they did not participate in the freedom struggle. M.S. Golwalkar (1906-1973) who was the leader of the RSS for more than three decades, says in his Bunch of Thoughts (1966,1996) that Christians...
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  • Independence Day of Bangladesh
    gained through a nine-month civil war against the Pakistani Army, which resulted in the loss of about 3 million lives.[2] The Mukti Bahini (Bengali "freedom fighters"), with military support from India, defeated the Pakistani Army on 16 December in the same year, which is celebrated as Victory Day. Bangladesh...
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  • History of Orissa
    belonged to the Chalukya family. In 1560 Sultan Ghiyasuddin Jallal Shah of Bengal invaded Orissa and marched up to Jajpur. Mukundadeva defeated him and drove him out of Orissa. During that time Akbar was planning to conquer Bengal and made alliance with Mukundadeva for that purpose. In 1567 when Akbar was...
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  • Pondicherry University
    twentieth centuries in India. It looks at the woman question which loomed large in India in the nineteenth century; examines the role of women in India’s struggle for freedom; reviews women’s legal status in pre and post independent India; debates women’s participation in politics; focuses on women’s contribution...
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  • History of Media
    The role of the vernacular press for the freedom struggle. In 1878 the Imperial colonisers had established the Vernacular press Act which basically condemned the publications of local languaged newspapers and news letters. As they were considered as a “Seditional” act of sorts. But to bring out...
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  • Role of Moderates and Extremists in Indian Freedom Struggle
    the new Indian intelligentsia. Ajit Singh in Punjab, Bal Gangadhar Tilak in Maharashtra, Chidambaram Pillay in Tamil Nadu and Bipin Chandra Pal in Bengal formed the nucleus of a new nationalist movement that tried valiantly, but mostly unsuccessfully to move the conservative leadership of the Indian...
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  • India Under British Colonialism
    17th century to the middle of the 18th century, the East India Company traded in Bengal on the sufferance of the native powers. As mentioned before, the East India Company established its first permanent factory in Bengal, in 1612, by the European trading companies and gradually began to formally expand...
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