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Letter from America: Bengal under the English Rule (1757-1905) – Part 1

When Bengal was colonized by the East India Company in the second half of the 18th century, it was the richest jewel on the British crown. Bengal by then had been ruled under Muslim rule for nearly six centuries.

Letter from America: Bengal under the English Rule (1757-1905) – Part 1
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Appointment of Nisha Desai Biswal – the Gujarati Connection

If the exit polls are to believe, the Congress Party that ruled most of the post-independent India is about to be routed at the assembly elections held in four states this week. The immense popularity of Narendra Modi, known as NaMo, has shaken every layer of the hierarchy of the ruling Congress Party to the core, given that the parliamentary elections are just five months away.

Appointment of Nisha Desai Biswal – the Gujarati Connection
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Speech-making alone may not change Myanmar

President U Thein Sein of Myanmar/Burma used to say that his government recognizes political reforms as essential to create development of economic reforms. He also used to pronounce that his government has attempted to ensure involvement of all the citizens in the political process.

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