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Science and Technology in India

Space Programme – 28th October 2006,Indian space agency successfully tested the indigenous Cryogenic upper stage, for Geo-Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) in Mahendragiri , Tamil Nadu. – Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched India’s advanced communication satellite, INSAT-4A, into space from French Guyana-22 December 2005. -It was used for telecommunications and to monitor natural resources. […]

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Nehru the Architect of Modern India

Nehru Vision and Values: Jawaharlal Nehru was a nation builder. He had the idea of a united, integrated, strong and stable India and nourished the values of liberal democracy, democratic socialism, secularism, scientific approach and world outlook. 1.Integration of India: The first task of the first Prime Minister of India, Nehru was to preserve the […]

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Lal Bahadur Shastri – Foreign policy

He launched a massive peace promoting operation in the sphere of Foreign Affairs. Most damage to promote cleared relations big Next Door neighbours like Nepal Afghanistan Burma Pakistan and salon. She made his presence Nonaligned Summit held at Cairo 1) nuclear disarmament 2) peaceful settlement of border disputes 3) freedom from foreign domination and racial […]

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Indo-Pak war 1965

Causes of the war Kashmir remained a bone of contention India and Pakistan. India consistently maintained that Kashmir was an inseparable part of India and Pakistan disputed India’s claim. Encouraged by the strategic support given by the US and diplomatic friendship extended by China, Pakistan decided to impose a military solution on India. 1) to […]

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Lal Bahadur Shastri: Anti-Hindi agitation,1965

The Language Policy  During India’s freedom struggle, national leaders carried on the movement through the medium of regional languages and demanded the replacement of English by a national language. After Independence, the Constituent Assembly debated the issue and arrived at a compromise formula. The Constitution spelled out the language policy and stipulated that Hindi would […]

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Lal Bahadur Shastri – Food crisis, 1964

PM with a difference:                     On 2 June 1964, Shastri was asked by the President to form a new government. Shastri retained the members of the erstwhile Nehru cabinet and inducted two new ministers, S. K. Patil and Indira Gandhi. She agreed to join Shastri’s government as Minister of Information and Broadcasting. Shastri not only […]

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Freedom Movements – Revolutionary Movements

Revolutionary movements outside India        During this period, revolutionary activities and propaganda were conducted Indians settled in abroad especially in the United Kingdom, the USA, France, Afghanistan and Germany.         The Indian home rule society, one of the earliest revolutionary societies outside India, was founded by Shyamji Krishna Varma who had settled in London in […]

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Indian Prime ministers 1947 – Till date

Prime Ministers in India Narendra Modi – 2014 till date Manmohan Singh – 2004-14 Atal Bihari Vajpayee – 1998-2004 IK Gujral – 1997-98 HD Deve Gowda – 1996-97 AB Vajpayee – 1996 PV Narasimha Rao – 1991-96 Chandra Shekhar – 1990-91 VP Singh – 1989-90 Rajiv Gandhi – 1984-89 Indira Gandhi – 1980-84 Charan Singh […]

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Lala Lajpat Rai (1865- 1938)

Famous Arya Samajist and Extremist leader from the Punjab popularly known as ‘Punjab Kesari’. He started his political carrier by attending the Congress session at Allahabad. He is one of the three pillars of Extremism in India, the other two being B.C.Pal and B.G.Tilak. In 1907, he organised and led a massive Agrarian Movement in […]

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