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    Backward Caste Essay

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    The study is confined to Ananthapuramu District only. It is also limited to the extent that it records and analyses the opinions of Backward Caste Representatives (MPs MLAs MLCs) elected in 2009 and 2014 and also elected Local bodies representatives of 2006 and 2014 Panchayat Raj elections in Ananthapuramu District along with the backward classes participants in the local body elections. The reason for selecting these two elections for the study is that these are the latest elections that were conducted to the general election and local bodies in the study area. Besides, the primary data collected from the sample Backward Caste Representatives with the help of a Interview Schedule through Survey Method may not be accurate as none of the respondents are in the habit of maintaining proper accounts/records with regard to income and the extent of political participation etc. Some of the respondents were hesitant in furnishing the required data and information when it relates to their income and assets. In many cases…

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    Stuck in the Middle: The Story of Kashmir “The consequences of that partition have been so terrible that one is inclined to think that anything else would have been preferable.” Nehru the Prime Minister of India at the time of partition spoke about the tragedy that occurred because of the partition, including the faith of Kashmir. The partition of India and Pakistan occurred in 1947 when the British disengaged their hold over India, but India would also lose part of its land to a new country…

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    aims of educating native peoples in Africa came from missionaries seeking to “civilize backwards peoples.” In the scramble for Africa, the threat of Islam in northern Africa caused a search for a “cultural shield that indigenous religions alone could not easily provide” (Young 1994, 280-281). Therefore, education and Christianity became a means by which European supremacy in thought and culture was imposed as a buffer and defense in African colonial state. This certainly helped create the…

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    British had nearly been defeated in India in 1857 because of the riots in central and northern India but in spring of 1858 they came back into the game. This was called the Revolt of 1857 and because the British came back a lot of violence occurred from both sides leading equal amounts of counter-violence. Since the British executed the rebels, the rebels also killed white civilians like women and children without mercy. This led to the Kanpur massacre in June 27, 1857. The revolt ended the…

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    European imperialism was a staple of world politics for several centuries, and its implications are still heavily present today. The current political climates of North America, Africa, and South Asia are all affected by this colonialism due to the political infrastructure and in some cases, the lack thereof that was put into place during the time of European rule. It is a monumental task to completely analyze the colonial experiences of European powers, particularly Britain in South Asia, but…

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    period lasting around 2 centuries from 1757 to 1947 when they finally left the country. British imperialism was split into two periods, the rule from the British East India Company from 1757 to 1858 and the rule under British Crown, 1858 to 1947. The rule and extension of influence through India started from the British East India Company establishing trade routes/posts throughout India. They were able to control parts of India partly due to the use of sepoys(Indian soldiers) but the…

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    Mahatma Ghandi It all started in the train station of Durban when I was in my way to defend a case in Pretoria, I set a foot inside first class cabinet and the guards were watching me like if I was some a Demon entering to the gates of heaven. So I went to my seat ,and I started to read some of my notes I was having a pleasant moment but then something I will never imaging could happen, happened to me. A guard came to me and put his hand on my shoulder, and he ask me what are…

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    Essay On Indian Rebellion

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    During the 18th century, the British East India Company came to India and established three main presidencies: Bengal Presidency, The madras Presidency, and the Bombay Presidency. Company rule was significantly centered around getting as much wealth from India as possible. This type of financial-based rule is a fundamental trigger for the Rebellion of 1857-58. Another major factor that caused the Rebellion of 1857-58 was an insult to the Sepoy soldiers’ religious adherences. The Rebellion was a…

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    self-consuming nature of violence does not apply because basically he is a non-violent character. Sundari kills Shafi under compulsive and unavoidable circumstances and survives in the novel. In this novel Malgonkar has fused personal political and historical perspectives in functional terms. It will be pertinent if we sum up the novel by calling it as a practical manifestation of Gandhi’s theory of non-violence. By beginning of this novel by Gandhiji's words, Malgonkar has shown his proclivity…

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    The 18th century is a period of transitions in Indian history, whether these transitions were evolutionary or revolutionary in character, with continuities or breaks, has been called into question. As Marshall notes, it is undeniable that Mughal territorial power had shrunk by 1750 and had been replaced by a wide variety of autonomous political entities. Towards the end of the 18th century, the political configuration underwent another change with with the increased political dominance of the…

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