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    Hardik Patel Case Study

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    Hardik Patel? -Nirala Bidesiya Gujarat's firebrand leader Hardik Patel was in Patna on Tuesday. Patel was barred from entering his home state by the court after he spearheaded the quota agitation for Patidars, the traditional BJP supporters who are currently at odds with the party. The 23-year-old leader has been residing in Rajasthan ever since the court order. What attracted the attention of political pundits during Patel's Patna visit was the VIP treatment accorded to him by the state government. He headed straight from the airport to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's residence. Kumar gave him a warm welcome. Both leaders spent over an hour together over the lunch. Hardik Patel's invited Nitish Kumar for a Kisan Sammelan to be held in Gujarat next month. The latter accepted the courtesy. Patel left the state capital after attending a meeting called to discuss expanding the Patel Nav Nirman Sena to Bihar. But, his cosiness with the Chief Minister has triggered a round of speculations in…

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    share of the world’s poorest than it did thirty years ago.” Statistics from this research have shown that the proportion of the world’s poorest in India has increased from one fifth to one third, approximately 400 million people. This negatively declining trend, however, has not been characterised by every state within India, some managing to escape these processes of increasing poverty. As explained by Harriss (1999), Kannan (1999), and many other academic works, the southern state of Kerala is…

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    Mohandas K Gandhi was an unsuccessful Lawyer, who went on to become one of the greatest leaders, of both political and Spiritual, of India and the Indian independence movement. Gandhi was more commonly known as Mahatma, meaning “great soul” and is one of the most famous non-violent activists of our time. He is a role model for many people and has made a huge impact on the world. “You must be the Change that you wish to see in the World.” Mahatma Gandhi Born October 2, 1869 as Mohandas…

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    The Humanitarian Hero Gandhi A hero is a person who is determined to make a change in the world in any way possible, no matter the circumstances or challenges they may face. Fighting for your civil rights is not something most people can say they have done they have done in their life. Not only did Mahatma Gandhi fight for his civil rights, he fought and led Indians in the civil rights movement in South America and India. Mahatma Gandhi, birth name Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, was born October…

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    Was Gandhi A Racist?

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    Was Mahatma Gandhi really a racist?Gandhi was killed.Nathuram Vinayak Godse on January 30, 1948.He was killed in New Delhi, India,because of his beliefs and politics.The assassination of Gandhi was unjust because he was a non violent leader and he fought for people’s rights;However some people believe that Gandhi was a hypocrite. Gandhi was a non violent activist born in India.He believed in what he spoke .He did what he spoke of and started a huge movement for his country all for…

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    Gandhi's early life helped shape him into what he would soon be known for. His life in South Africa exposed him to racial discrimination and encouraged him to make a change. Gandhi was held back because he was Indian. In a court in Durban, South Africa, Gandhi was told to remove his turban and he decided to refuse and had to leave. This is important because Gandhi knew the way he and many others were being treated poorly and they had to do something. His family shaped him for a successful…

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    successfully carry the responsibility of follower on their shoulder making long term contribution and achieve excellent results. In this paper it is tried to look at traits of great well known transformational leader i.e. Mahatma Gandhi and try to analyze and discuss their effects and impacts and compared with business leader of today in any field .In this regard author has selected one of the business leader whom he talked, worked under him and inspired and achieved the target i.e. Chief…

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    "You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.” A quote by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, proving his love of humans and devotion to nonviolence. He was commonly referred to as “Mahatma”, meaning great soul, by his millions of disciples. Gandhi was born in Porbandar, Gujarat, in North West India on October 2nd, 1869, and was lucky to have been born into a higher caste, with his father being the chief minister of…

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    met before. They were all Indian, which officially constituted the most Indian friends I have ever had. As I was moving in I met the parents of my roommate who immediately began to speak to me in Hindi. For a while I was able to deduce what he was asking based on my limited knowledge from the Indian films I have watched. I responded in English, but he did not let go of the Hindi. After a few minutes I confessed that I didn’t know Hindi to which he responded, “Well that’s wrong.” He switched to…

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    INTRO With the rise of the Asian Tigers, the world’s attention has shifted to the East in terms of growth prospects and economic potential. Similar to other Asian countries, India has possessed the right ingredients for this transformation. However, because of its combination of a closed economy and a democratic government, changes were slow to come. India is in a different place now; it has been growing rapidly: inflation has eased, international investors are bullish on India and the Modi…

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