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  1. Narendra Modi And Rahul Gandhi
    the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and Telugu Desam Party (TDP), allies of the BJP, ... campaign in response to Sonia Gandhi's speech calling him a "merchant of...
  2. Gandhi
    241 miles in 24 days" ( Pg. 35) thus rivet the attention of all of India. When Gandhi reached the end of his march, he was at the coast where there were piles of...
  3. Mohandas Gandhi
    owe it to themselves to stay free, and to allow the same freedom to others. Gandhi was one of the gentlest of men, a devout and almost mystical Hindu, but he had...
  4. Mohandas Gandhi
    India. He was deeply saddened by Gandhi's death and could not have become Prime Minister without Gandhi's efforts. Indeed, Gandhi was a influential man who helped...
  5. Mohandas Gandhi
    led to his imprisonment from 1922 to 1924. In 1930, in protest of a salt tax, Gandhi led thousands of Indians on a extremely long march to the sea to make their own...
  6. Mahatma Gandhi
    I am taking the time to watch it snow, fix a bowl of warming buckwheat noodles and vegetables, and write. Thank you, Gandhi, for the reminder...
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  7. Mahatma Gandhi
    movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. Gandhi is often referred to asMahatma Gandhi ([matma]; Sanskrit:  mahtm or "Great Soul", an honorific first...
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  8. Mahatma Gandhi
    burning in the hearts of the masses. The millions were following the path of Mahatma Gandhi. On his behest, they were ready to lay their lives for the freedom of the...
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  9. Gandhi And International Peace
    if we wish to save the world, we should adopt the principles of non-violence. Gandhi said: 'I did not move a muscle, when I first heard that an atom bomb had wiped...
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  10. Gandhi
    wool. The spinning wheel was one of the symbols used in his fight for India. Gandhi gave new life to the old idea of nationalism indeed. He helped to spark the...
  11. Mahatma Gandhi
    and the man stood ineptly tongue-tied in court. The writing was on the wall, and Gandhi lost the case. His uncles packed him off to South Africa in 1893 to work for...
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  12. Gandhi's 11 Vows
    will lead to the millennium. - Speeches and Writings of Mahatma Gandhi. Sparshbhavna (Untouchability) Untouchability means pollution by the touch of certain...
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  13. Gandhi's Idea
    and firmness. Although many of his ideas were based on the teachings of Christ, Gandhi saw him only as a great teacher of humanity, but not the only begotten son...
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  14. The Four Essential Principles Of Gandhi's Philosophy
    the ability for personal gains in the belief that we "own" the talent or ability. Gandhi said we don't own the talent but we are appointed. "Trustees" by God and so...
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  15. Gandhi Personal Power
    or lie about his enemies to get his point across. He started to look at what Gandhi had done in India, and this showed him a way to fight for the rights of blacks...
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  16. Gandhi
    of the end justifies the means. If only we could revert to the path shown by Gandhi, much of violence, hatred and tyranny could be put an end to. Hence there is much...
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  17. Gandhi
    soul against the will of the tyrant" Mohatma Gandhi "An eye for an eye makes everybody blind" summarizes Gandhi's view of violence. That statement is one of...
  18. Importance Of Gandhi Ji’s Principles In Today’s World
    out of any drudgery in this World. Lets stand up and pay our standing ovation our Tributes to Every days Gandhi Giri...
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  19. Mahatma Gandhi
    War I In April 1918, during the latter part of World War I, the Viceroy invited Gandhi to a War Conference in Delhi. Perhaps to show his support for the Empire and...
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  20. Aslooking At The Present State Of Affairs In India, The Birthplace Of Gandhi, One Would Probably Surmise...
    ministers, two more Gandhis, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi (not related to Mahatma Gandhi) were assassinated by countrymen in broad daylights. Gandhi's message of...
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  21. Gandhi’s Model Of Civilisation And Its Present Relevance
    of them. Where does Gandhi stand in this Shakespearean classification? Certainly Gandhi achieved greatness. But I do not want to lift Gandhi to the level of a deity...
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  22. Mahatma Gandhi
    attack these only through passive resistance. This made a deep impression on Gandhi. Gandhi developed a method of direct social action, based upon principals of...
  23. Gandhi Values And Terrorism
    sitting in Washington or London, but they are entirely in line with what Mahatma Gandhi was trying to teach the world. Time has not withered the force of Gandhijis...
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  24. Gandhi
    others in all the different aspects of our lives. It is worth noting that Gandhi was and remains admired by his followers still today by being one of the most...
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  25. Gandhi y La Revolucion
    pasiva, también la doctrina de la desobediencia civil de Thoreau había influido en Gandhi. Gandhi detuvo dos veces su campaña política en Sur Africa gracias a dos...
  26. Gandhi
    Machine A machine manages power to accomplish a task. Examples include, a mechanical system, a computing system, an electronic system, and a molecular machine. In...
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  27. Mahatama Gandhi Birth And Then Chilhood And Some More Information
    12013 11122 3 Hours / 100 Marks Instructions Seat No. (1) All Questions are compulsory. (2) Answer each next main Question on a new page. (3) Illustrate...
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  28. Types Of Land
    Types of soils Soils in India : Soil is the uppermost layer of the earths crust. Soil is the medium in which plants grow and thus it supports the lives on earth...
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  29. Mahatma Gandhi
    short, he/she could be called the guiding light for peace in this world. Gandhi's concept of nonviolent resistance liberated one nation and sped the end of colonial...
  30. Regionalism
    through the ballot-box. They were later emulated by the Akali Dal in Punjab, the Telugu Desam Party in Andhra Pradesh, and the Asom Gana Parishad in Assam, all of...
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