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The proudest day of Grace’s life was graduating as a doctor. Then she began treating patients

the proudest day

He died soon after the last of his battles, having called on Allah to take his life in exchange for that of his son, Hamayun, who was mortally ill. When the rain stopped, Clive opened fire again, and after a few skirmishes, Siraj and his army turned and ran. But it was his political opponent, William Pitt the Younger, who finally produced an acceptable compromise with his India Act of 1784. It was not a happy beginning. After 14 years as ruler of British India, Hastings found it hard to tolerate interference from politicians back home who, in his eyes, knew nothing of India. The competition was tough, yet they made it through. I assume this is a fairly even telling of the story; the authors don't seem to favor any particular viewpoint, showing us the good as well as the bad.

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Tell me about the proudest day of your life. (+5 Examples)

the proudest day

When Hindu merchants gathered outside the Red Fort in Agra to protest against ruinous new taxes, Aurangzeb sent the imperial war elephants out to trample them to death. An important event, that many of my friends and I prayed for that we will do well after our examination without worries. Napoleon Bonaparte Ambition is a strong. The music was uplifting as the symbols of the school then our teachers and the dean had reached their seats. I can still feel the bitter draft that seeped through the cracks as I drove. Clive chose instead to restore the Mughal emperor, Shah Alam, to his throne, and to become the emperor's servant, if only in name.

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What is the proudest moment in your student life?

the proudest day

I got a lot of suggestions, but none exactly fit with my requests. I will certainly dig deeper. What he did wish to see was a successful company establishing the peaceful conditions needed for trade by ruling India indirectly as the power behind many thrones. Clive had made a fortune in bribes, presents and profits, but he was more scrupulous than most. Now, the Mughals could not even protect themselves, as Aurangzeb's 17 sons and grandsons squabbled and fought over their inheritance.

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THE PROUDEST DAY by Anthony Read , David Fisher

the proudest day

It was Akbar who built on his great-grandfather's foundations to consolidate the Mughal empire, defeating all attempts to unseat him for 49 years, until he was poisoned by his son Salim in 1605. Enjoy the next leg of your journey my daughter. A good start for someone desiring to know present day India. When the war in Europe ended three years later, Madras was returned to Britain in exchange for Cap Breton Island in Nova Scotia, but it was now surrounded by territory under the hostile influence of the French. It was an amazing feeling to stay there in front of everyone, especially in front of your family, your loved ones and see the joy in their eyes. Prior to this memorable day, I had put things in place to make this possible.

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The proudest day (Book, 1997) [netteranatomy.com]

the proudest day

There are moments in our life when we see a glorious star shine through brightly on our path. I now see Nehru as the key figure. Inevitably, the money came from the people of India: as the splendours and excesses of the Mughals increased, so did the poverty of the Hindu masses. I was in my eighth month of pregnancy and I was crabby about having to lug around extra weight that was in my belly. I am speaking of a horrific accident that my oldest son Kestan now 14, when he was 8 yrs old put his hand in a electric meat grinder and lost more than half of his hand! Macaulay's dream had become a flawed and bloody reality. In the begining it was not his intention to carve a seperate Islamic Pakistan from the Indian subcontinent. One third of the peasantry died; many of the survivors were forced to resort to cannibalism, while merchants made fortunes from the grain they had hoarded in their warehouses.

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My Proudest Day of My Life

the proudest day

Anthony Read and David Fisher put the events of 1947 into perspective, telling the whole story in detail from its beginnings more than a century earlier. I took a last glance around the main lobby — the place I first entered the university five years ago — before I went back to my family. They chose India, where they had recently managed to establish a small foothold, as their second-best bet. The book ends rather abruptly with the day of independence, providing only a short epilogue about the violence of partition and telling us the fates of some of the main actors. If it had not, India might well have become the jewel in the French crown rather than the British. Akbar was unique in practising religious tolerance, and went a long way towards reconciling Hindu and Muslim, even banning cow slaughter throughout the empire.

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The Proudest Day: India's Long Road to Independence by Anthony Read

the proudest day

He conquered Gujarat in the west and Bengal in the east, pacified Afghanistan, and added Orissa and Baluchistan to his dominions, to control the whole of northern and central India. His courtiers and subjects preferred to call him 'the prayer-monger'. To him, 'The East India Company did not seem to be merely a Company formed for the extension of British commerce but in reality a delegation of the whole power and sovereignty of this kingdom sent into the east. Be sure to express any challenges that you overcame to reach this proud day, and discuss what it took to get you there. That night, according to their commander, J. It also had the power to recall the governor-general or any other company servant.

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My Proudest Day of My Life

the proudest day

My friend decided to join me that day to keep me company. The British government got into the act with the Honorable East India Company in 1773 when the company was baled out of a financial embarrassment. Of course, he was a just a man and had his faults. Always short of money, Charles was eager to off-load it in return for a substantial loan. I awoke early that morning and decided to run some errands.

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The Proudest Day

the proudest day

Clive prudently withdrew his men behind a hill, at which point a monsoon downpour drenched the nawab's ammunition while Clive's men kept their powder dry under tarpaulins. Hastings, like Clive, was a company servant. Despite the fact that he was a distinguished career soldier, Cornwallis was essentially a bureaucrat, content to obey his orders not to extend the company's territory in India. After 1790, no Indian could become a commissioned officer, a situation that would not be changed until the Second World War, and only then because Britain could not provide enough officers for all the Indian regiments fighting for the Allied cause. Hawkins was humiliated by Mughal officials who stole his gold, and was in constant fear of the Portuguese, who tried to murder him several times and seized his ship and crew while he was ashore.


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The proudest day (Book, 1997) [netteranatomy.com]

the proudest day

The Day My Life Changed Forever I will never forget the day when my life was changed forever. Taylor said she would get off too but I told her to go ahead and ride because she was the one who wanted to ride it in the first place. She has made a dream become a reality. Over the next three years, he secured his grip over the whole of northern India with victories over Rajputs, Afghans and Bengalis. In the past, kings and emperors had granted favoured servants the right to administer an area and collect revenue on its crops and harvests for life. But I'd never heard of any of the others.

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