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60 Free Essays on Independence Day Of India

  1. Independence Day

    July 4th stands for freedom of the United States of America from Great Britain; it is the birthday of the nation and of political freedom. Seventy-six years ago, America was a country that was controlled by Great Britain but the founding brothers took a chance and wrote the United States Constitutio

  2. India and Pakistan

    It was the independence of India from the British, and it's separation into two countries (one being India, the other Pakistan) that marked the beginning of what we today know as the world's oldest and most historical enemies. Many wars (including the Kashmir and Bangladesh wars) and peace treaties

  3. India

    The Republic of India is a country that occupies the greater part of the Indian subcontinent. It has a coastline of over seven thousand kilometers (4349 miles) , borders Pakistan to the west[1], the People's Republic of China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east. I

  4. The Day After Tomorrow

    The Hollywood blockbuster The Day After Tomorrow recently hammered home the potential impact of global warming, public awareness of dramatic predictions has been raised again – but how do we know what's fact and what's fiction? Abstract—by its spectacular special effects, the movie The Day after

  5. India

    For more than 200 years before the Indian Mutiny of 1857, there had been a British presence in India. They began as merchant ventures and their holdings on the land were relatively small. Over the years they had expanded, creating forts for protection and larger trading stations. Eventually, to m

  6. Declaration of Independence

    The Declaration of Independence is arguably one of the most influential documents in American History.The United States Declaration of Independence is a statement adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, announcing that the thirteen American colonies then at war with Great Britain were n

  7. Automobiles in India

    AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY IN INDIA The automobile industry in India is the eleventh largest in the world with an annual production of approximately 2 million units. India is expected to overtake China as the world's fastest growing car market in terms of the number of units sold and the automotive indu

  8. Brand India

    Brand India: History Repeats, India Rising!! By: Amisha K. Shah – PGP 1 Rishabh Maheshwari – PGP 1 IIM Indore Indore Table of Contents 1. ABSTRACT .............................................................................................................. 3 2. INTRODUCTION – POSITION O

  9. Memorial Day

    From This Corner By Ginger Costen If you’ve read my column before you know that I like to view life with a sense of humor. There really is truth to the old saying that “Life is too short to sweat the small stuff and most everything is small stuff.” However, this past month I’ve been w

  10. Bastille Day Anniversary

    In 1789, the French people could tolerate their situation no longer. Anxiety over food shortages, unemployment and a fear of possible government take over produced a feeling of anger that caused the people to revolt. French history was forever changed by these angry people, who took a stand and st

  11. A Passage to India: an Examination of the Work in a Historical Context

    A Passage to India by Edward Morgan Forster is truly one of the great books of it's time. Written in an era when the world was more romantic, yet substantially less civil to the unwestern world than it is today; E. M. Forster opened the eyes of his fellow countrymen and the world by showing them th

  12. India Colonial Pasts and Presents

    The English business endeavor to India was assigned to the East India Company, which received its monopoly rights of trade in 1600. The company included a group of London merchants fascinated by Eastern prospects, not as good as the national character of the Dutch company. Their original fund of fif

  13. One Day in the Life of Denisovich

    In Alexander Solzhenitsyn^Òs novel One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich, the strong themes of hope and perseverance are undercut by the realization that for Ivan there is little or no purpose in life. This is not to say that the themes of hope and perseverance do not exist in the novel. There

  14. Hindu in India

    Every being is unique and as long as they endeavor towards their dreams they will never fail. This is the foundation of his strong Hindu Belief system. My grandfather is a man with an abundance of knowledge whose words and thoughtful gestures often speak volumes. I failed to realize this fact unt

  15. Declaration of Independence

    The Declaration of Independence is perhaps the most masterfully written document of Western civilization. This essay seeks to illuminate that artistry by probing the discourse microscopically at the level of the sentence, phrase, word, and syllable. By approaching the Declaration in this way, we

  16. Extending the Hand of Friendship Pakistan India

    IN more than one way, Lal Krishna Advani is certainly a changed man from the man he was in 2001, when for the first time I met him at Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee's luncheon in Delhi in honour of General Pervez Musharraf, chief executive of his country, as he then styled himself, prior to the

  17. Women Dowery Deaths in India

    Silenced by their culture large populations of women in India tolerate abuse and subsequent death because they have provided insufficient dowry. In a culture that is male dominated women are raised to be servants to their husbands often arranged to marry a man that they have never met. Women that

  18. India Shining

    Brand India: History Repeats, India Rising!! By: Amisha K. Shah – PGP 1 Rishabh Maheshwari – PGP 1 IIM Indore Indore   Table of Contents 1. ABSTRACT 3 2. INTRODUCTION – POSITION OF INDIA INTERNATIONALLY 4 3. BRAND INDIA 5 4. PRIMARY RESEARCH 6 4a. Survey Que

  19. British Impact on India

    Introduction: The struggle for Indian independence was more than just an effort to break free of British colonial rule. It was part of a broader conflict that took place, and is in many ways ongoing, within Indian society. In order to organize resistance, upper-caste Indian activists needed

  20. The Role of Decision Making in the Pre-Crisis Period of India (15 Marc

    The Role of Decision Making in the Pre-Crisis Period of India (15 March, 1959 - 7 September, 1962) Boyko Iaramov Introduction to International Relations Professor Bond More than thirty years have passed since the dramatic cling of arm in the remote Himalayan regio

  21. A Day Into Depression

    Every day you come across something that displease you or make you feel sad or hurt. At times when you are happy, those things seems unsignificant, yet it's only when all turns ugly that you realise its importance. You feel bad and it only grows bitter. When one is used to being happy, one neglec

  22. The Big Day

    I really hated the sound of that alarm clock, that piercing, irritating repeated beeping. After a second or two I slowly started realizing that it was not just another day, it was the day. I felt the movement in the bed as she reached for the clock and then the beeping stopped allowing me t

  23. India on the Move

    Why did India experience relatively slow economic growth from independence until 1991? India became an independent country in 1947 and from that moment until the first years of the 1990’s, the government adopted the Import Substitution Industrialization model (ISI) in order to protect the economy

  24. Reasons for Inequalities of Women's Health Care in India

    India- An overview of the Country India, a country in South East Asia, has the world's second highest population. Out of the one billion people residing in the nation, 120 million of its women live in poverty. The male to female birth ratio is 1.05 males to 1 female. The life expectancy of the a

  25. Analysis of Romeo and Juliet

    Formal Analysis In Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery”, the theme of this short story is about how strong tradition is amongst a community of three hundred people. The theme shows that over time, the tradition had lost its translation. By providing an omniscient eye-level narrator perspective,

  26. Partition Literature of India

    The Partition of India "A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new, when an age ends, and when the soul of a nation, long suppressed, finds utterance." -Jawarhalal Nehru 14 August, 1947, saw the birth of the new Islamic Republic of Pakistan. At midn

  27. Doing Business in India

    We believe the single greatest risk of doing business in India is its bureaucracy. The Indian bureaucracy is often referred to as "babudom." An Indian bureaucrat is often referred to as a "babu." Today, babu may also mean "Sir" or "Mr." The babudom was formed after India gained independence from

  28. Judgement Day

    Everyone comes to a point in their lives when they must face their skeletons hanging in the closet. For me that came on Feb 6, 2006, that was the day I faced my biggest skeleton of all. That Monday I stood up in front of 3 dozen people and read a victim statement in court, telling my final words t

  29. Declaration of Independence

    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just

  30. Uraguay

    Uruguay Uruguay is a country located in the southern part of South America and is slightly smaller than the state of Washington. It borders the South Atlantic Ocean, between Argentina and Brazil. Its capital city, Montevideo, was founded in 1726 by the Spanish as a military stronghold. After