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Other side of Subhash Chandra Bose

Other side of Subhash Chandra Bose

One hundred and nineteen years ago, on January 23, was born one of India‘s most iconic political figures – Subhas Chandra Bose. Forty four years later, in 1941, he left the country never to return, dying in a controversial aircrash on August 18, 1945. Many enquiries later, and with ample historical evidence available, the controversy refuses to die down. So …

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Article 35A और कश्मीर की जनता के साथ धोखा

Article 35A और कश्मीर की जनता के साथ धोखा

Article 35A को समाप्त करने की मांग को लेकर सुप्रीम कोर्ट में जनहित याचिका दाखिल करने वाले भाजपा नेता अश्विनी उपाध्याय का कहना है Article 35A केवल भारतीय संविधान ही नहीं बल्कि कश्मीर की जनता के साथ भी सबसे बड़ा धोखा है। उपाध्याय का कहना है कि Article 35A को संविधान संशोधन के लिए आर्टिकल 368 में निर्धारित प्रक्रियाओं का …

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Summary of the Declaration of American Independence

Summary of the Declaration of American Independence

The United States of America was known as British America before its independence. The group of 13 colonies was ruled by Great Britain for more than 150 years in the early 17th century. The Declaration of Independence written by Thomas Jefferson is one of the major books collaborated with Continental Congress who declared their freedom as a legitimate nation in …

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Multifaceted Madan Mohan Malaviya

Madan Mohan Malaviya Biography for Students and Children

Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, the recipient of this year’s Bharat Ratna, acted as a bridge between the extreme and the moderate views in the Congress HOW does one introduce a person like Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya?  Perhaps as India‘s first great multi-lingual journalist and newspaper founder or as someone who strove to establish that education in India needed to be …

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American History Timeline (1675 – 1700)

American History Timeline (1675 - 1700)

American History Timeline: 1675 King Philip’s War begins when King Philips leads the Wampanoag Indians against Swansea. The New England Confederation declares war on King Philip and each colony is required to provide men for a combined force. King Philip achieves a decisive victory at Bloody Brook on September 18. 1676 In March, the Indians attack Plymouth, Massachusetts and Providence, …

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American History Timeline (1651 – 1675)

American History Timeline (1651 - 1675)

American History Timeline: 1651 England passes the Navigation Act that forbid goods to be imported from the colonies to England in non-English ships or from locations other than where they were produced. This action causes supply shortages hurting colonies and eventually leads to the Anglo-Dutch War which lasts from 1652-1654. 1652 New Amsterdam is given permission to form its own …

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Bose, Not Gandhi, Ended British Rule In India: Ambedkar

Bose, Not Gandhi, Ended British Rule In India: Ambedkar

In an interview to BBC in February 1955, Babasaheb elucidated the reason why the British left India in 1947. Subsequently, Attlee agreed Netaji was the toughest challenge the Empire faced. Several defence and intelligence experts agreed, too. Why even after 70 years of his disappearance the people of India are so keen on finding out the truth about Netaji Subhas …

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