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    place on the border and Kashmir. The war lasted 5 months and ended due to a United Nations mandated ceasefire. Politics Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India. On 27th May 1964, he died in office due to a heart attack. Lal Bahadur Shastri became the next Prime Minister of India, however he died two years later in 1966. Indira Gandhi (daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru) then became the Prime Minister of India. Also during 1966, Indira Gandhi visited Washington D.C. and Moscow in order to

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    India's Iron Lady

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    leadership is apparent: Nehru family members served as Prime Ministers for 40 of the 44 years” (Genovese 110). Her grandfather, Motilal Nehru, was a barrister under the British, whose wealth supported a privileged lifestyle for his family (D’Amico 45). Her father, Jawaharlal Nehru, became the head of the Indian National Congress, the political moment seeking complete freedom from Britain, while working under Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi declared his desire for Jawaharlal to become the head of the

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    Gandhi

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    Both Mohandas Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru were successful Indian leaders who were relentless and passionate in their quest for Indian independence. They each suffered several trials and setbacks while fighting for civil rights and freedom, yet remained steadfast in their journeys. Both proved to be effective leaders and were both able to see their goal through to its completion. They were very similar in their leadership styles, so much so that Nehru became known as Gandhi’s successor. Gandhi was

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    Government in India Today

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    Encyclopedia. Compton's Learning Company, 1996. Online. America Online. (7 June 1996). "Indian National Congress" Compton's Living Encyclopedia. Compton's Learning Company, 1996. Online. America Online. (7 June 1996). "Nehru Ghandi" Compton's Living Encyclopedia. Compton's Learning Company, 1996. Online. America Online. (7 June 1996). "India" Concise Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia Copyright 1994, Columbia University Press. "East India Company, India"

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    Holding true to the prophecy, China has arrived on the world stage with a bang. The Chinese have done what the other third world nations can only dream off. Within just three decades of reforms, China has pulled itself out of the tag of “developing country” to a great power. With an impressive and unprecedented economic growth rate of 9 - 12%, China is now the world’s second largest economy and has the world’s largest standing armed forces, consequently extending and expanding its reach into every

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    Partition of India

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    Dadabhai among others who, in 1885, organized the Indian National Congress party. Initially, its purpose was to demand the British government to provide more jobs for educated Indians but later on, under the leadership of Mohandas Gandhi and Pundit Nehru, it worked for Independence from British rule resulting in 1947 in creation of Hindu majority country India. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Sir Syed Ahmad Khan has become to be known as the most influential educationist and political Muslim leader in India

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    Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, B.R. Ambedkar shared a common desire for a strong Indian modern state however despite their ambitions for Indian state development, the modern Indian state demonstrates its modernity through its relationship between state corruption and urban development. This short paper will demonstrate how the political ideas of Gandhi, Nehur, and Ambedkar compare to and differ from the modern Indian state’s development. Gandhi, Nehru, and Ambedkar each shared a common desire

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    I cannot disagree more with statements such as 'these are just numbers, they mean nothing’. I believe that most if not all things around us can be quantified. Confounders might obscure them, but there are underlying patterns that are waiting to be unraveled and can help make this world a better place. This passion to uncover insights hidden within data using the latest advances in technology and contribute in my own way to the betterment of the society, motivated me to pursue a career in a field

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    After the movement, Gandhi strived to have peace between the Hindu and Muslims. His strive for unity stopped much of the fighting and killing between the two religions. He was assassinated by a Hindu extremist in 1948. One of his followers, Jawaharlal Nehru, who was first on Britain’s side, was moved by Gandhi’s movement and switched sides. He became the prime minister of India and tried making solutions to the problems of the new independent nation. The problems in the future were that their government

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    “Either God can do nothing to stop catastrophes, he does not care to, or he does not exist. God is either impotent, evil or imaginary. Take your pick, and choose wisely.” –Sam Harris Written by: Emily Hjertaas A world without religion would result in a much more peaceful world. I hope that by the time I die, more people will realise the fact that religion brings more grief than well. Just think about it. How many wars fought on this planet, are not due to religion? Furthermore, why do you think

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