• Industry Analysis
    Samachar was published from Bombay, which is still extant. The first Hindi newspaper, the Samachar Sudha Varshan began in 1854. Since then, the prominent Indian languages in which papers have grown over the years are Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Bengali. The Indian...
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  • News Paper Industry
    -circulation English newspaper, with 3.14 million copies daily. According to the 2009 Indian Readership Survey, the Dainik Jagran is the most-read, local-language (Hindi) newspaper, with 55.7 million readers.[25] In the U.S., the Wall Street Journal has a daily circulation of approximately 2.01...
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  • Heritage
    by the people living in the north western part of India about 5000 years back has greater resemblance with the Dravidian languages than with the Indo-European languages like Sanskrit and Hindi. It can, therefore, be safely assumed that Indus Valley civilization was a native growth and predated the...
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  • Indian Regional Journalism
    . Indian regional language newspapers work together, focus on the same issues, and still maintain a sense of unity sixty years after they helped us gain our freedom. # The Indian press has grown rapidly, but has not grown enough. Many areas remain backward, and in terms of say technology, or...
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  • Essay
    Today as we freely move around in our country without anyone questioning or imposing any kinds of restrictions on us we feel satisfied and contended. But this satisfaction is due to the efforts taken by our freedom fighters to free our country from the British rule. Its because of our freedom...
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  • Jhakas
    contracted tuberculosis. Indian National Army The Indian National Army was the manifestation of Subhash Chandra Bose's transformation from a Gandhian freedom fighter to an armed revolutionary challenging the might of the British Empire. Originally the brainchild of expatriate nationalist leader...
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  • Libaration War
    brave freedom fighter of Bangladesh. The district of Shariatpur is named after him. He was born in 1781 in a petty Talukdar family at the village Shamail under the then Madaripur sub-division of greater Faridpur district. His father was Abdul Jalil Talukdar. He lost his father at the age of 8 years and...
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  • Islamisation
    could live according to the teachings of Islam. 4. Protection of Muslim Language The Hindus did the best to replace Urdu by Hindi. But they did not succeed during British period. If South Asia had got freedom without partition, the Hindu majority could very easily declare Hindi, the official and...
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  • Bhagat Singh and His Early Life
    of the ancestors moved to Khatkar Kalan given in the autobiography of Singh's uncle and famous freedom fighter, Ajit Singh in his autobiography Buried Alive. Singh's given name of "Bhagat" means 'devotee' and he was nicknamed "Bhaganwala" ('the lucky one') by his grandmother, since the news of the...
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  • Indian Politics
    and the most popular film industry is the Hindi language film industry. Many national parties recruit Hindi movie actors in their parties. While many state parties with state chauvinism attract local film industry actors in their parties. These actors do not only appear along side with the party...
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  • Hhhfd
    | New Delhi 28°36.8′N 77°12.5′E / 28.6133°N 77.2083°E / 28.6133; 77.2083 | Largest city | Mumbai | Official language(s) | Hindi, English[show]Hindi in the Devanagari script is the official language of the Union[5] and English the "subsidiary official language".[6] | Recognised regional...
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  • Papers
    of Hindi without Tulsidas! Do you find in it anything like what you find in present day literature about women? Harijan, 21 November 1936 (True Education, pp. 179–180) r Folk Literature We must not only seek to know the picturesque language of the village folk, but also to spread a...
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  • Bollywood
    Hindi-language film industry based in Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay), Maharashtra, India. The term is often incorrectly used to refer to the whole of Indian cinema; it is only a part of the total Indian film industry, which includes other production centers producing films in regional languages.[1...
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  • History of India
    in 1750, had reached 389 million by 1941.[50] The Indian Independence movement Main article: Indian independence movement See also: Mahatma Gandhi Further information: Freedom fighters of India Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru in 1937. Rabindranath Tagore is Asia's first Nobel...
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  • Four Social Reformers
    practice of polygamy. He also supported education, particularly education of women. He believed that English-language education was superior to the traditional Indian education system, and he opposed the use of government funds to support schools teaching Sanskrit. In 1822, he founded a school...
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  • Hijra
    revolutionary freedom fighter, who is visiting his pregnant wife. Om is found and executed by the colonial authorities. In a familiar trope, Harnam rejects the noble but poor lifestyle of his father, succumbing to the lure of the West. He departs for England taking his infant son Om Prakash but...
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  • Humanizing Terrorism in Indian Cinema
    , women are supposed to be treated with utmost honour and respect. Generally in Hindi films, when a woman is raped or murdered, the perpetrator almost always has to at one point or another, pay the price; thus, social order is restored. In Meghna’s case, there was never a reprisal. Telling this woman’s...
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  • Vasudev Kutumbakam
    September 11, 1906 when Satyagraha was launched by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi). Nearly three thousand persons filled the Imperial Theatre in Johannesburg. The big hall throbbed with the din of voices which spoke the Tamil and Telugu languages of southern India, Gujarati and Hindi. The few...
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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...
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  • Gandhi
    BASIC EDUCATION................15 8. ADULT EDUGATION. ............................17 9. WOMEN...................................................18 10. EDUCATION IN HEALTH AND HYGIENE ............... 19 II. PROVINCIAL LANGUAGES................... 20 12. NATIONAL LANGUAGES .................... 21...
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