Indira Gandhi Essays

  • Lessons In Forgetting Summary

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    ABSTRACT This paper focuses on “Emerging Womanhood” In AnitaNairs“Lessons in Forgetting”. In fact the works by women writers constitute a major segment of the contemporary Indian writing in English Today women are seen establishing their identity in almost all walks of life and they have heralded a new consciousness in the realm of literature too. Like other women writers,Anita Nair’s writing reveals a story about real people second chances and fresh beginning, “Lessons in Forgetting” narrates a

  • Indira Gandhi Case Study

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    judgement failed on the grounds of justice , equity and good conscience. Our Constitution says that every person is equal in the Court of law but here Smt. Indira Gandhi, the then PM was acquitted of many serious

  • Indira Gandhi And Communalism In India

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    civilians were also killed by the army’s attack on the Golden Temple and this enraged many Sikhs. On 31st October 1984, Indira Gandhi was assassinated by two of her Sikh body guards at her residence . The violence could be hardly described as a communal riot, although there was an element of communalism present in the violence which occurred in Delhi after the tragic death of Mrs. Indira Gandhi. It was, in any case, an altogether uneven issue. The Sikhs did not play any forceful part in the Delhi riots. It

  • Nayanatara Sahgal Character Analysis

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    Title: Portrayal of women in the novels of nayanatara sahgal Introduction: Nayanatra Sahgal is one of the most famous literary writer of Indo-Anglian novelists. Her women characters come from the different sections of the society. In her novels, there is no sign of traditional and conventional views like „weakness, thy name is woman‟ or „Woman is a bundle of sin‟. She shows in her novels how the mind of a woman passes through never stopping pain. Sahgal‟s woman refuses to be an accepter of suffering

  • Conflicting Women In Anita Nair's 'The Better Man'

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    INTRODUCTION Indian Writing in English has placed an independent status in the realm of Indian literature. Fiction by women writers occupies a major role in the contemporary writing in Indian English. Women writers have come away from traditional portrays of enduring, self -sacrificing women toward conflicted female characters searching for identity and defined their victim status. Anita Nair is one of the finest writers in Indian writing in English. She was born at shoranur in Kerala. Anita was

  • Ladies Coupe Analysis

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    Gendering in “ Ladies coupe” A woman is never anything but a woman, an interchangeable object with no other characteristic than her femininity, whose fundamental characteristic is belonging to the class of women. (Guillamin: 178) A man considers himself to be the subject , the absolute and woman the other (simone de beauvoir) . ‘Ladies Coupe’ is Nair’s second novel which has been translated into more than twenty-five languages about the world. This novel Ladies Coupé throws light on the role

  • Analysis Of Tehmina Durani's My Feudal Lord

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    1. Introduction: Tehmina Durani is a Pakistani woman activist and writer, born on 18 February 1953. She is a reporting her marriage life with Ghulam Mustufa Khar. This book describes why and how does woman (Tehmina) feel alien in the capitalist society? And why do women use as a commodity in it? Women are being ignored physically, emotionally and sexually. Different reasons, causes, and impulses behind women subjugation, which are the major hurdles in the way of any country’s progress working

  • Feminism In Kapur's Novel

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    Feminism has been the most prevalent theme used by novelists nowadays and its territory is increasing day by day. The writers through their writings accentuate feminism speaking for the betterment of females and raising issues related to women and society. Manju Kapur is one such writer whose writings represent the sufferings of females in the contemporary society. She in her novels also stresses on the female bonding; the relationship, friendship, attachment, cooperation and understanding between

  • Summary Of Manju Kapur's Custody

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    Manju Kapur, a Delhi base fictional writer, has five novels to her credit till date. The very first reading of her novels gives an impression to the readers that the author is a feminist. In all her novels, Kapur emerges as a great supporter of woman cause – voicing the tales of middle-class women who struggle hard to find their identities. Whether it is Virmati in her maiden novel Difficult Daughters or Astha in A Married Woman or Nisha inHome or Nina in The Immigrant or Ishita in her latest novel

  • Feminism In Indian Literature

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    The word ‘Feminism’ seems to refer to an intense awareness of identity as a woman and interest in feminine problems. The subjugation of woman is a central fact of history and it is the main cause of all psychological disorders in society. Feminism in Indian literature, particularly in Indian English writing, is a by-product of western feminist movement. The last few decades are marked by a new genre of writing by women, for women and about women. The Indian woman caught in the flux of tradition and

  • Styles Of Negotiation And Leadership Of Indira Gandhi

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    Cultural background and varied styles in negotiation and leadership - (Taking Indian styles of negotiation and leadership of Indira Gandhi to study) India comprises of Twenty eight states and seven union territories . it is the seventh largest country by area and second largest country by the population. India is the home land of `Indus Valley civilization`(one of the ancient civilizations) and a region

  • Importance Of Ambedkarism In The 21st Century

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    The Relevance of Ambedkarism in the 21st Century: An Indian Perspective SHAMBHU LAL SALVI Guest Lecturer Department of Political Science, Mohan lal sukhadia University, Udaipur, Rajasthan E-mail: sisjnu78@gmail.com Abstract Ambedkarism is today a living force in India. The extent

  • Company Background: Air Asia Berhad

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    Introduction AIR ASIA AIRLINES COMPANYCOMPANY BACKGROUND Air Asia Berhad is established in the year 1993 with commenced operations in the year 1996. In 2001, Tune Air Sdn Bhd Tony Fernandez’s company purchased this airline from DRB-Hicom. AirAsia will never look back after that. There first and the main base is the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, while it’s secondary hubs are at Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Senai International Airport, and Penang International

  • SWOT Analysis Of Comtex

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    Introduction Comtex Ltd produce a range of clothing such as dresses, jackets, intimate apparel and more. Comtex (HK) Ltd. is a joint venture in between the LT Apparel Group and the Hirdaramani Group of Companies. Currently, the company has one sourcing office in Jakarta and no factories in Indonesia. However, there is a decision regarding opening one in Solo in order to accommodate the increase in demand. Figure 1: A few of Comtex’s Customers Source: Comtex Sourcing - Customers Comtex’s

  • Swot Analysis Of Indian Airlines

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    Indian Airlines, later Indian (Indian Airlines Limited from 1993 and Indian Airlines Corporation from 1953 to 1993), was a major Indian airline based in Delhi and focused primarily on domestic routes, along with several international services to neighbouring countries in Asia. It was state-owned, after merger of eight pre-Independence domestic airlines and was administered by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. Indian was formerly one of the two flag carriers of India, the other being Air India. On

  • Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Case Study

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    Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) started to be on first October 1964. The Company was framed by the merger of Hindustan Aircraft Limited with Aeronautics India Limited and Aircraft Manufacturing Depot, Kanpur. The Company follows its roots to the spearheading endeavors of an industrialist with uncommon vision, the late Seth WalchandHirachand, who set up Hindustan Aircraft Limited at Bangalore in relationship with the recent august State of Mysore in December 1940. The Government of India turned

  • Case Study Of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

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    Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) came into existence on 1st October 1964. The Company was formed by the merger of Hindustan Aircraft Limited with Aeronautics India Limited & Aircraft Manufacturing Depot, Kanpur. The Company places its roots to the pioneering efforts of an industrialist with extraordinary vision of, the late Seth Walchand Hirachand, who set up Hindustan Aircraft Limited at Bangalore in joining with the erstwhile princely State of Mysore in December 1940. The Government of India

  • Aminullah Chaudhry Summary

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    Aminullah Chaudhry was born in 1944.He was inducted in Civil Service of Pakistan (CSP) in 1967. All through his vocation, He served at many posts extending from Deputy Commissioner Shiekhupura, Commissioner Lahore division, Finance Secretary of Punjab, Principal Secretary to caretaker Prime Minister Mairaj Khalid and Director General of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). He was the head of CAA on twelfth October 1999, when the plane carrying General Pervez Musharraf was kept from Landing in Karachi

  • Marketing Case Study: Air Asia SD Sdn Bhd

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    A) Introduction to company Air Asia Sdn Bhd is an airline that was establish in 1993 and officially commenced their operations on 18th November 1996. However, the heavily in debt company was taken over by tony Fernandez, former Time Warner executive for the sum of RM1 on 2nd December, 2001. Tony’s efforts on bringing the airline business back on track and shows a remarkable turnover on the company’s profit on 2002. Air Asia promote their vision of the desire to become the largest low cost airline

  • Cathay Pacific Airlines Case Study

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    American Roy C Farrell and Australian Sydney H de Kantzow founded Cathay Pacific Airways on 24 September, 1946. It was based in Shanghai, the two men eventually moved to Hong Kong and established the airline. The new company began to operate passenger flights to Manila, Bangkok, Singapore and Shanghai. Expansion was rapidly growing later. In 1948, one of Hong Kong 's leading trading companies, Butterfield & Swire (today known as the Swire Group) took a 45% share in the company. Under the leadership