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Protected: “It is not the pitiless operations of economic laws, but it is thoughtless and pitiless action of the British policy; it is pitiless eating of India’s substance in India and further pitiless drain to England, in short it is pitiless perversion of Economic Laws by the sad bleeding to which India is subjected, that is destroying India.”- Dadabhai Naoroji. In the light of the given statement, explain the Drain of Wealth Theory and its impact on the growth of economic nationalism in India.

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Protected: “How did the Indians actually “imagine” their nation is a matter of intense controversy and ongoing debate.” In the light of this statement, critically analyse different views on “Indian Nationalism” which is said to be developed during the British rule.

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Protected: “The communist had a love-hate relationship with the congress. Hence their role in nationalist movement from 1925-1947 depended upon their attitude towards congress and their theorization and re-theorization of Indian situation.” Critically examine the role played by the communists in India’s struggle against the colonial rule.

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Protected: “The emergence of press and its growth in India during 18th and 19th century was also associated with diversities and divergence of opinions, ideas and objectives and it catered to the demand of targeted audience.” Elaborate.

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Protected: “When I lay the foundation stone here of this Nagarjuna Sagar, to me it is a sacred ceremony. This is the foundation of the temple of humanity in India, a symbol of new temples that we are building all over India.” In the light of the given statement, explain Nehru’s ‘temple of Modern India’ and the steps taken to build ‘temple of Modern India’? Also comment on the change in Nehru’s thinking about big dams as a ‘Temple of India’ later.

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