Indian National

Some articles on indian national, indian, indians, national:

Seoni (Lok Sabha Constituency) - Members of Parliament
1962 Narayanrao Maniram Wadiwa, Indian National Congress (scheduled tribe) 1967 Did not exist 1971 Did not exist 1977 Nirmal Chandra Jain, Bharatiya Lok Dal 1980 Gargishaker Ramkrishna Mishra ...
Janaky Athi Nahappan
... known as Janaky Devar (born February 25, 1925), is a founding member of the Malaysian Indian Congress and one of the earliest women involved in the fight for ... and was only 16 when she heard Subhas Chandra Bose's appeal to Indians to give whatever they could for their fight for Indian independence ... She was determined to join the women's wing, the Rani of Jhansi Regiment of the Indian National Army ...
C. Muthuswamy Gounder - Politics
... Muthuswamy, initially, joined the Indian National Congress and served as a Pradesh Congress Committee member ... In 1957, he left the Indian National Congress and joined the National Democratic Congress started by Rajaji ... He was the Joint Secreatary of the National Democratic Congress until it merger with the Swatantra Party ...
Saffron Terror - Usage
... In late 2008, Indian police arrested members of a Hindu radical cell allegedly involved in an attack Malegaon which killed 7 Muslims ... Chidambaram urged Indians to beware of "Saffron terror" on August 25, 2010 at a meeting of state police chiefs in New Delhi ... also criticized by members of his own party (the Indian National Congress) for the use of the term, with Congress spokesman Janardhan Dwivedi claiming "terrorism does not have any colour other than black" ...
Lakhimpur (Lok Sabha Constituency) - Members of Parliament
1967 Biswanarayan Shastri, Indian National Congress 1971 Biswanarayan Shastri, Indian National Congress 1977 Lalit Kumar Doley, Indian National Congress 1984 Gakul Saikia, Asom Gana Parishad 1991 Balin Kuli, Indian ...

Famous quotes containing the words national and/or indian:

    But for the national welfare, it is urgent to realize that the minorities do think, and think about something other than the race problem.
    Zora Neale Hurston (1891–1960)

    Well, that’s a nice social problem—an Indian in the family.
    Howard Estabrook (1884–1978)