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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...
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  • 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...
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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...
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  • Key Landmarks in the Indian Freedom Struggle
    , peasants of all classes joined in the freedom struggle in Eastern UP, Bihar, Midnapur in Bengal, Satara in Mahrashtra, and also in Andhra, Gujarat and Kerala. Even some of the Zamindars (landlords) joined in. The Raja of Darbhanga was one of the most supportive of the resisting peasants. Adivasis and...
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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...
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  • Indian Biographies
    movement for freedom. People put everything into the struggle. The cry of Purna Swaraj or complete independence was raised. After many sacrifices and much effort, India gained its independence on the 15th August, 1947. Jawaharial Nehru Jawaharial Nehru was the first prime minister of India, and a...
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  • Maulana Azad
    struggle by revolutionary Shri Shyam Sunder Chakravarthy. Most revolutionaries in Bengal were Hindus. Azad greatly surprised his fellow Hindu revolutionaries with his willingness to join the freedom struggle. At first his peers were skeptical of his intentions. Azad found the revolutionary...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    monsoon came. This helped Mukti Bahini because they could counter the moves of the Pakistanis. India assumed an active role. Indira Gandhi ordered air and ground attacks. India, having superior equipment and forces, mounted a three-pronged movement on Dhaka from the Indian province West Bengal, Assam...
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  • Role of Extremists
    University bodies. It also reduced the autonomy of the universities and made them government departments. The Sedition Act and the Official Secrets Act reduced the freedoms of all people. His worst measure was the Partition of Bengal (1905). Main Objective of Extremists Their main objective...
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  • Moderates
    - advocating goods manufactured in India against foreign products - and his popularity at its apex made him, in words of admirers, the uncrowned king of Bengal. [edit]Later career The declining popularity of moderate Indian politicians affected Banerjee's role in Indian politics. Banerjee supported the...
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  • BOOK REVIEW ON Emergence of a new nation In a multipolar world: Bangladesh
    world and secession from 25th March to Aug’1971. 7. Gaining of de-facto independence of Bangladesh. Chapter -3 Roll of India (Intervention/Humanitarian help?) Chapter 3 deals specially with the role of powerful, capable and contiguous patron of Bangladesh struggle for freedom, India, whose...
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  • Ruchika
    trade union movements along with women's role in the freedom struggle. After Independence, statesponsored directories of freedom fighters including women were compiled in Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Karnataka, Gujarat, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh. In general, the approach in these was laudatory...
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  • Ntrhing
    the struggle against the policies of segregation. This included many workers’ unions and the Communist Party. Many sensitive whites also joined the ANC to oppose apartheid and played a leading role in this struggle. Several countries denounced apartheid as unjust and racist. But the white racist...
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  • British in India
    . They brought with them new schools of thought, which exercised great influence, in reforming the many evils that had crept into Indian society. More importantly however, the freedom struggle that their rule led to, brought about for the first time in Indian history, a spirit of nationalism amongst...
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  • Independence Day of Bangladesh
    1971, when East Bengal was a part of Pakistan, the Bangali bourgeoisie was the smaller shareholder of the Pakistani ruling structure. Its role was much weaker than the West Pakistani sections of the industrial, mercantile, military, and civilian bourgeoisie. As a result, East Bengal was exploited...
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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...
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  • Ethnic Conflict in Karachi- from Past to Present -1
    Press, 2007) 4. India’s Struggle for Freedom: Role of associated movements, http://www.congress.org.in/new/india-struggle-for-freedom.php, last viewed 22/08/2011 5. Ian Talbot, Punjab and the Raj, 1849-1947 (New Dehli, Manohar Publications, 1988) 6. Sarah Ansari, Sufi Saints and State Power: The...
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    . Jawaharlal was educated in Britain from where he graduated as a barrister. After the Jalianwala Bagh massacre in 1919, he joined the freedom struggle. In the Lahore session of Congress in 1929, under PresidentJawaharlal Nehru, the resolution of "Poorna Swaraj", Complete Independence, was adopted...
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  • Mr Atique
    independence and right to self determination. The young people of Bengal shook the foundation of English rulers by introducing a sort of armed struggle. In the struggles for independence and self governance of the subcontinent they played the most dignified role. The history of the pride and sacrifice...
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    government. In spite of this, there were numerous Christians who involved themselves in the freedom struggle. George Thomas, a well known Church historian maintains that, the Indian Christian Community played an influential role, especially in the early phase of the Indian National Congress – founded in...
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