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    Indian National Congress

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    AGE OF MODERATES (1885-1905) Congress since its inception was dominated by educated middle class‚ the landed aristocracy and the capitalist classes called the moderates. The moderate ideology was The British colonialism and Indian Nationalism were not contradictory‚ rather complimentary. For the moderates‚ development of England was the development of India. The British were invincible. As such‚ by a policy of co-operation India could better secure her interests. England‚ mother of parliamentary

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    Dear Fellow Indians‚ Today we celebrate the 65th Independence Day of our great Nation. On this joyous occasion I convey my greetings and good wishes to all the Indians living in this beautiful country and pray for their peace‚ progress and prosperity. On this auspicious day‚ 64 years ago‚ India attained freedom from colonial rule and the people of our country became the masters of their destiny.All in all‚ the past 64 years have been momentous. Despite serious challenges on varied fronts‚ including

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    3/4/13 First phase of Foundation of Indian National Congress First phase of Foundation of Indian National Congress - Inform ative & researched article on First phase of Foundation of Indian National Congress Sign in | Register Now History of India Art & Culture | Entertainment | Health | Reference | Sports | Society | Travel in Articles Go Forum | Free E-magazine | RSS Feeds History of India : Sources of History of India | Ancient History of India | Medieval History of India

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    The rise of Subhas Chandra Bose in the political scenario of India and his contributions to the freedom struggle of the country forms a sensational story. Though he was elected twice as the President of Indian National Congress‚ his difference with Gandhi prompted him to quit the Congress Party in 1939 and form the Forward Bloc. His radical outlook and activities alarmed the British Government and Bose was imprisoned in 1940 A.D. His fragile health led the Government to release him from the jail

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    The Nationalist Congress Party(NCP) is a centre to centre left political party primarily based in the state of Maharashtra ‚ India. Its youth wing is the Nationalist Youth Congress. NCP was formed on 25 May 1999‚ by Sharad Pawar‚ P. A. Sangma‚ and Tariq Anwar after they were expelled from the Indian National Congress(INC) on 20 May 1999‚ for disputing the right of Italian-born Sonia Gandhi to lead the party. At the time of formation‚ the party also absorbed Indian Congress (Socialist)‚ which traced

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    Congress Rule 1937

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    and then the king signed this law and this became the govt of India Act of 1935‚ under which the elections of 1937 would be held elections were held. The Muslim League criticized this law for a number of reasons and the same was the case with the Congress party but agreed to contest provincial elections to make advantage of the opportunities being provided under the govt of India Act. The 1937 Elections: Provincial elections were held in British India in the winter of 1936-37 as mandated by the Government

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    The Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) History The Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC or Kongres India Se-Malaysia) is a Malaysian political party and is one of the founding members of the ruling coalition‚ Barisan Nasional‚ previously known as the Alliance that has been in power since the country achieved independence in 1957. The MIC was established in August 1946‚ at the end of World War II‚ to fight for Indian independence from British colonial rule. After India gained its independence‚ MIC involved

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    Why Quaid Left Congress

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    In 1913 the Quaid-i-Azam joined the All India Muslim League without abandoning the membership of the Congress of which he had been an active member for some years. But this membership of the two organizations ended in December 1920. On the occasion of the special session at Nagpur the Congress adopted a new creed which permitted the use of unconstitutional means and decided to resort to non-violent non-co-operation for the attainment of self-government. The new policy and programme in essence envisaged

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    National Moment

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    UNIT 1 LEGACY OF NATIONAL MOVEMENT WITH REFERENCE TO DEVELOPMENT‚ RIGHTS AND PARTICIPATION Structure 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Foundation of the Indian National Congress 1.3 Gandhi’s Contribution 1.3.1 Gandhi’s “Substance of Swaraj” 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 The Karachi Resolution of the Congress The Idea of Socialism 1.5.1 The Idea of Planning The Nature of Gandhian Economics The Gandhian Social Philosophy The Consensus Summary Exercises 1.1 INTRODUCTION The developmental aspirations

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    Post Problems Of Pakistan Page 1 Congress Reaction On the Establishment Of Pakistan: The Hindus and British had not surrender before the exemplary struggle of the muslims of the sub-continent . Congress and Hinsdus of india did not acceptedthe partition and emergence of Pakistan from the their hearts they always waitingfor opportunity to create problems for newly born state of Pakistan. Theyaccepted this partition in the hope that they will overtake it soon and re-establshtheir rule all over the

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    Indian Nationalism

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    resentment by Indians. They were treated as second-class citizens and were given only the poorest jobs. British in positions of power‚ such as General Mayo (Viceroy of India) openly made statements of racial superiority. Educated Indian professionals - felt they were denied equal opportunities within the "machinery" of British rule (such as the Indian Civil Service). They founded a nationalist movement that initially sought equal status for Indians and eventually sought full Indian independence

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    Indian Democracy

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    fifty-three years there have been regular elections to the Parliament and state legislatures. This reflects the maturity and wisdom of the Indian electorate‚ in whom the ultimate power and sovereignty rests. With the passage of time‚ Indian voters have become more assertive and active as regards their participation in the process of democracy. The turnout of Indian voters has significantly increased during the past elections. It was about 52% only during the Lok Sabha elections of 1952 which increased

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    Indian History

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    Indian History - Important events History of India . An overview : The people of India have had a continuous civilization since 2500 B.C.‚ when the inhabitants of the Indus River valley developed an urban culture based on commerce and sustained by agricultural trade. This civilization declined around 1500 B.C.‚ probably due to ecological changes. During the second millennium B.C.‚ pastoral‚ Aryan-speaking tribes migrated from the northwest into the subcontinent. As they settled in the middle Ganges

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    nationalism Indian nationalism refers to the many underlying forces that molded the Indian independence movement‚ and strongly continue to influence the politics of India‚ as well as being the heart of many contrasting ideologies that have caused ethnic and religious conflict in Indian society. Indian nationalism often imbibes the consciousness of Indians that prior to 1947‚ India embodied the broader Indian subcontinent and influenced a part of Asia‚ known as Greater India. National consciousness

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    Indian Independence

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    Purna Swaraj Following the rejection of the recommendations of the Simon Commission by Indians‚ an all-party conference was held at Bombay in May 1928. This was meant to instill a sense of resistance among people. The conference appointed a drafting committee under Motilal Nehru to draw up a constitution for India. The Calcutta session of the Indian National Congress asked the British government to accord dominion status to India by December 1929‚ or a countrywide civil disobedience movement would

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    Indian Rape

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    PRESS REVIEW THE INDIAN RAPE I – Recall of the facts India became the center of many debates few months ago‚ a gang rape which became famous all around the world thanks to the horror of this act that finished into the death of the victim. On 16th December 2012‚ a 23 years old student went out with her boy Friend in South Dehli and decided to go back home by bus. The woman’s friend became suspicious when the bus took another way than it was used to. He asked the driver and the 6 men on

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    National Integration

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    National Integration: A myth or reality The integrity of any nation invariably depends on the integrity of its citizens. After all‚ it is the individuals who constitute society or a nation. Society or nation minus individuals is nothing. The individual is a reality; whereas the society is a myth. The society exists because of individuals. Therefore‚ the integration of a nation is only a mere manifestation of the integrity of the individual. The more one is integrated and undivided‚ the more the

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    ‘The African National Congress (ANC) proved to be the pivotal activist group in overcoming Apartheid in South Africa.’ The African National Congress (ANC) proved to be the pivotal activist group in overcoming Apartheid within South Africa during the latter half of the 20th century. The ANC was a social movement group who formed in 1912 to unite the people of South Africa and to front the struggle for underlying political‚ economic and social change. The ANC were at the forefront of the political

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    On Indian Independance

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    Today is most certainly a day of happiness and pride for us. We are proud of our freedom. We are proud of our democracy. We are proud of our values and ideals. But we should also remember that it has taken the sacrifices of lakhs of Indians to bring us where we are today. Our well being and progress have been built upon the foundation of the hard work and sacrifices of our freedom fighters‚ the brave jawans of our armed forces‚ our farmers‚ our workers and our scientists. Today‚ we remember

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