• Martyrs Day
    MARTYRS DAY The Nation pays homage to the martyrs who suffered and died for the freedom, welfare, and progress of the country, on January 30 every year. It was on January 30, 1948 that Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated a little before the sunset when he was going to attend his evening prayers...
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  • India Is My Country
    country with world 2nd largest population. 1 out of 5 people in the world is an Indian. India has 28 states, 7 union Territories, 18 official languages, 114 languages, 216 mother tongues India is 7th Largest Country with world largest democracy. We, Indians celebrate Independence day on 15th August &...
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  • Tubaaysha123
    possible because of communication. Language facilitates communication. Language can be defined as a system of verbal symbols accepted in a group. It plays a significant role in the life of human beings. The role of language can be analysed as follows: i. Language provides the means by which ideas...
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  • Four Social Reformers
    Died: September 27, 1833 Achievements: Founded Atmiya Sabha and Brahma Samaj. He played a key role in abolition, and Sati. He fought for the rights of women. Raja Ram Mohan Roy is known as the 'Maker of Modern India'. He was the founder of the Brahmo Samaj, one of the first Indian socio-religious reform...
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  • Humanizing Terrorism in Indian Cinema
    Hobsbawm explains, nationalism suggests “cultural singularity,” and tries to connect people by their common national history, place of origin and language. However, in the contemporary world, he says that the reality of the nation is “inevitably diverse and plural (Corse, 2001).” With its complex history...
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  • Appearances Are Deceptive
    India's largest city and the financial capital of the nation. Nagpur is the second (winter) capital of the state. Marathi is the state's official language. Maharashtra is the world's second most populous first-level administrative country sub-division. Were it a nation in its own right, Maharashtra...
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  • News Paper Industry
    and tumble political life of the republic as rival factions jostled for power. The ratification of the Bill of Rights in 1791 at last guaranteed of freedom of the press, and America's newspapers began to take on a central role in national affairs. Growth continued in every state. By 1814 there were 346...
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  • Hijra
    England; e-mail: Robina.Mohammad@plymouth.ac.uk Received 17 May 2006; in revised form 16 September 2006; published online 28 September 2007 Abstract. Hindi cinema offers a means of examining the evolving geographies of the multisited, multinational Indian diaspora and its relationship to the `homeland'...
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  • Ravindra Kelekar
    primarily in the Konkani language, though he also wrote in Marathi and Hindi.[3] A Gandhian activist, freedom fighter and a pioneer in the modern Konkani movement, he is a well known Konkani scholar, linguist, and creative thinker. Kelkar was a participant in the Indian freedom movement, Goa’s liberation...
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  • Essay
    satisfaction is due to the efforts taken by our freedom fighters to free our country from the British rule. Its because of our freedom fighters that today we are enjoying are freedom. Their satyagrahas, sacrifices, and tortures have resulted in the freedom that we enjoy today in our motherland India. ...
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  • Mk Gandhi Reality
    indeed. Muslims believe they are the descendents of victors, they dont believe or consider Bharat as their motherland. Hence they dont participate in freedom struggle as much as Hindus do." (Ref : The tragedy of partition by H.V. Sheshadri.) Muslim attitudes towards Gandhi 1. Despite the fact that Gandhi...
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  • indian film industry
    increasing popularity in the rest of the world, notably in countries with large numbers of expatriate Indians. Largest film industry in India is the Hindi film industry mostly concentrated in Mumbai (Bombay), and is commonly referred to as "Bollywood", an amalgamation of Bombay and Hollywood, which produces...
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  • Maulana Azad
    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 debater - as depicted by his name...
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  • Bangla Cinema and Acting Standard
    the Bengali-language film industries based in Dhaka and Calcutta targeted a distinct population, a Bengali-speaking audience within their national or regional boundaries and rarely beyond that. Such a linguistically-defined viewing context coupled with 'captive' audiences for Bengali-language popular films...
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  • Islamisation
    imprisonment and in some cases, death by stoning.  The Islamic laws of Zia also included the laws for the women. Zia put forward the theory of ‘chadarurchaardevari’ and this was to be applied to women. Thus, for the first time, a woman could be flogged for adultery; if a rape was reported, 4 witnesses were...
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  • Jhakas
    Janakinath Bose Prabhavati Devi | Subhas Chandra Bose (Bengali: সুভাষ চন্দ্র বসু; Hindi: नेताजी सुभाषचन्द्र बोस; Urdu: نیتاجی سبھاش چندر بوس; Oriya: ସୁଭାଷ ଚନ୍ଦ୍ର ବୋଷ, 23 January 1897 – - unconfirmed) known by name Netaji (Hindi: "Respected Leader") was an Indian revolutionary who led an Indian national political...
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  • History of India
    the Arabian peninsula take one hundred million sesterces from our empire per annum at a conservative estimate: that is what our luxuries and women cost us. For what percentage of these imports is intended for sacrifices to the gods or the spirits of the dead?" —Pliny, Historia Naturae 12...
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  • Vasudev Kutumbakam
    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 women wore saris. The men wore European and Indian clothes; some had Hindu turbans and caps, some Moslem headgear. Among them...
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  • Gandhi
    manufacture and use of khadi must not be imposed upon the people, but it must be intelligently and willingly accepted by them as one of the items of the freedom movement. This can be done only from the villages as units. Pioneers even in such programmes can be obstructed. They have had to go through the...
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  • General Awareness for Bank Po
    Mohan Pieris- 44th Chief Justice of Sri Lanka VedPrakash- UGC chairman Obama - US President (Second Term) Suchitra Ella - Founding Chairwoman of CII’s women wing Mo Yan (writer) and Jackie Chan (Actor) - New Members of Chinese Parliament Subra Suresh - President of Carnegie Mellon University Ratan Tata –...
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