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August 15, 2018
11 famous slogans of Indian freedom fighters

From the uprising of 1857, the journey for India’s freedom was painstaking, and also a long one. After struggling for more than a century (1857-1947) we, the Indians, got our freedom back. How can we forget the Jallianwala Bagh genocide in which thousands of innocent Indians were killed? Hundreds of brave fighters sacrificed their blood and soul for the attainment of independence. It has been 72 years since India has gained Independence, and yet, the [...]Read More

August 14, 2018
Independent day in India

India and its citizens are all geared up with a feeling of patriotic exhilaration to celebrate their 72nd Independence Day. Independence Day is celebrated with great pomp and show throughout the country every year on August 15. This big day is a reminder for every citizen of India of the beginning of a new era of liberation from the British colonialism that lasted for about 200 years. The Indian struggle for independence was a lengthy [...]Read More

August 12, 2018
15th August, 1947 or Independence Day

Aristotle once said, “It is not always the same thing to be a good man and a good citizen”. The lines are hazy; drawn and redrawn too many times. 15th August, 1947 was the day India-Bharat-Hindustan officially became an independent nation, consequently, the largest democracy in the world. Democracy – of the people, for the people, and by the people – naturally remains a margin short of perfection if we are not. As citizens, it [...]Read More

August 15, 2017

On 15 August 2017 Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, addressed the country from the Red Fort, a historic structure which normally serves as the site of such addresses. This was Modi’s fourth such address and it lasted an hour. During his speech Modi spoke about a number of issues ranging from terrorism to GST (goods and services tax) and terrorism. He started his speech by saying that the country was celebrating Janmashtami and [...]Read More

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