Nehru


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Nehru

1. Jawaharlal . 1889--1964, Indian statesman and nationalist leader. He spent several periods in prison for his nationalist activities and practised a policy of noncooperation with Britain during World War II. He was the first prime minister of the republic of India (1947--64)
2. his father, Motilal , known as Pandit Nehru. 1861--1931, Indian nationalist, lawyer, and journalist; first president of the reconstructed Indian National Congress
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Therefore, Pakistani President Ayub Khan's offer for joint Indo-Pakistan defense was arrogantly rejected by Nehru.
Nehru wrote back to him, thanking him for the letter," he Dufresne.
Before 1947 (The Partition of India) Nehru did not belong to the Liberal group of the Indian National Congress.
In my teenaged years I devoured everything about Pandit Nehru - my discovery of India was through, well, his own Discovery of India - and to this day India's history fascinates me and moves me to the core.
According to him Jawahar Lal Nehru has played a significant role in shaping the Indian economic development of the newly independent India.
7, 1950 letter written by Patel to Nehru to buttress their point in which the then home minister had expressed his frustration at India's handling of the Tibet policy.
SPACE and Nehru Planetarium encourages mass participation of all space science enthusiasts and students in this water rocketry workshop/competition as it is an example of Newton's third law of motion and explains a difficult concept of science and general physics in an entertaining way.
Delivering the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial lecture in New Delhi on Wednesday, she thanked Nehru and Gandhi for being her life-long source of inspiration, whose lives and struggle for democracy taught her to find her own path through "uncharted terrain" of brutal politics, as reported by Firstpost.
Schottli argues that Nehru's evolving worldview in the context of Indian modernization is itself a product of the historical circumstances that Nehru the political actor was trying to negotiate.
It speaks about the love affair of Nehru and Edwina in a very attractive and romantic way.
Although Gandhi's rise to influence in India spans the first half of the twentieth century while Nehru acquires power mid century holding it for more than a decade hereafter, the middle period in which these two protagonists come together on the stage of Indian politics provides a powerful insight into the conflict between competing visions of Indian political philosophy.
Nehru and modern India; an anatomy of nation-building.