After having dominated their colonies, the imperial powers “demanded for stasis” in order to gain stability of control and maintain peace over their colonies (Bhabha 86). Opposing to such a demand of the imperial authority, the colonies also requested for “changes” and “difference” within themselves to develop and undergo historical progression (86). Many of the colonies desired to achieve economic and political status equal to that of the colonizers. To be more specific, movements for economic development and political liberalization emerged throughout the colonies under the guidance of educated leaders. One example of such movements was the nationwide campaigns held in India by Mohandas Gandhi to ease poverty within the nation, expand women’s rights, undergo economic development and even achieve political autonomy from the British.
All ages got the enjoyment of life stolen from them in this rigid era. Lack of help would only ruin these people as well as the time period as a whole. Poverty wasn’t always an issue, but came about with the increase of industrialism (Swisher 42). It was during the middle of Queen Victoria’s reign and was labeled England’s “biggest trouble” (Evans). The accumulation in population added onto the problem by leaving more people to be replaced by machines and eventually become poor.
Whereas in Muslim religion, they don’t believe in destiny. Furthermore, shared knowledge shapes the personal knowledge in which the religious rules and beliefs are concerned. In Hinduism, you cannot marry a person from another religion and that’s what almost all people belief and everyone follows, which why it is shared knowledge. However, I do not agree with knowledge system why I should only get marry with person from my religion, why not from other religion? Is it because religion says so or that’s what our shared knowledge?
He claimed that the book was against religion as an Islam itself. A similar of the same happened in India, the country Salman Rushdie was born in, the book’s sale and possession was banned as a small minority of Muslims claimed that it hurt their sentiments, and that the government not taking any action against it was going against it Secular policy, thus a religion influenced the operation of a government and its laws, this is precisely why a global charter should be made, in order segregate the two and prevent one disruption the efficient operation of the other. The same was also the cause of the Charlie
Another weakness was that segregation was also viewed as progressive, and even needed, for safety by some reformers. Finally, many of the main Protestant churches were actually supporting the social and political establishments that the reformers were speaking out against, so they had difficulty making the connection between issues such as child labor and the robber barons’ domination with their own church congregations. Thus, these churches did not do anything to address the suffering of the poor around them. The Progressive era consisted of several different reform movements. Some were very successful, while some were not.
Ambedkar was first asked by the committee to write a speech he did not want to do it, but then he realized that it was a great way for him to show others his views of the caste system in a public way. Doctor B.R. Ambedkar eventually wrote the speech called “Annihilation of Caste”. The committee, however, found some of his views unacceptable and asked him to delete certain parts of his speech, B.R. Ambedkar refused to delete parts of his speech and said that he would not change even a single comma.
In my opinion, the script focused more on personal lives of not only Jinnah but Nehru (Robert Ashby) as well as Edwina Mountbatten ( Maria Aitken). I did not see any relevance in showing their personal history in the movie as it is not related to Jinnah and his struggles. There is a scene in the movie where Fatima Ali Jinnah (Shireen Shah) asks Edwina to use her special relationship with Nehru to stop anti-Muslim protests. This scene is of relevance as it shows how Fatima Jinnah as a loyal companion and supporter of Jinnah had to work hard to make this ideology come to life as well. I also believe that the movie did not focus on Jinnah’s political career in detail as it should have.
The final feature states that politics is idealistic in nature. It is seen as the idea that is for the betterment of life. The association of political power is important. Possession of power makes men blind and deaf, they cannot see things which are under their very nose and cannot hear things which invade their ears. Gandhi wants to distribute the power individually so everyone has its own
INTRODUCTION Throughout the world laws are an important instrument for enforcing freedom, development and social equality in general. Right to property especially is very fundamental as it is not merely a symbol of dignified living but also affects the life-style of the concerned party. Presently, no one can deny the fact that women are equal to men in all walks of life. In view of law there has to be no discrimination based on gender – but in case of right to property (any many others) apart from the elite class, gender equality is a long lasting dream in Indian society and this has been an important aspect of the ongoing debate on women’s economic equality with men. In this age, where gender equality is a concept of importance, the debate has laid emphasis on the fact that women lack economic independence as enjoyed by men.
He is not passive or static. At the end of the novel, Anand offers the alternatives for Bakha in a three fold approach. Colonel Hutchinson’s attempt to convert into Christianity.Bakha needs no theology at the stage but needs sympathy,dignity and identity.Thus conversion to Christianity does not appeal to Bakha as an effective solution to his tragedy. Gandhi’s arrival and speech attracts him.He delivers a speech on untouchability.It does not give solution to untouchability. The talk between young poet, Iqbal and a semi educated Babu mentions about the flush machine.Bakha’s hope lies in the applied science and