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Modern Review August 1940

1940

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Ramananda hatterjee editor of The Modern Ret'icw to the following effect : This meeting of Hindu citizens of Calcutta records its strong coullntnation of the present reactionary policy pursued by the Bengal Ministry which has resuled not only in crippling the legitimate rights and inteests of the Hindus but also in thwarting the general ' progress of the province. [...] Cl) The Second Calcutta Municipal Amendment Bill destroys the very foundation of local Self-Goverment in the corporation of Weld ta reduces still further the rights and powers of the indus in the Corporation although they constitute the majority in the city and contribute by far the largest shore of the taxes. [...] This meeting records its determination to oppose resolutely any educational measures adversely affecting the welfare of the province and the interests of the Hindus who will never agree to place their schools and colleges at the mercy of the present. [...] According to teports o aching the kwirli Teleghphic Agency n campaign has bcn latmehed in the Itallan prem suggesting that the ineheion of PaIrstine in the Italian Empire is one of Italy's war aims The Ca~i+rtiiiietit reported to be PiTkitii to induce the V1itican to domain! Catholic Holy Land." The Tribune publish a detailed plan for the administrtion of Palestine after the war on lin [...] This deeision of Calcutta University based on the recommendtion of the Special Committee appointed by them to go into the matter has been communcated to the educational authorities in the various Provinces where the system of the School Final Examination prevails." The Special Committee in their report state that they have considered the list of subjects prescribed in the School Final Exam

Title Pages Author/Editor
Notes 121-141 unknown

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Free Muslims are Democratic in Politics 142-144 Ramananda Chatterjee

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All Men Wish to Begin Again 145-147 Bertram Steinhoff

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The Fall of France 147-149 J.M. Ganguli

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Bengali Influence Over Andiiradesa 149-149 P. Rao

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The Holwell Monument 150-151 Ramesh Banerjee

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The Land Revenue Commission Report and the Sunderbans 152-155 Sanat Roy Choudhury

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Estimated Proportion of the Muhammadans in Bengal at the Next Census 156-157 Jaitndra Dutta

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The Governor and the Court of Law in India 158-ii A.K. Mukherjee

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Indian Folk-Songs Awake 161-170 Devendra Satyarthi

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Sri Amarnath—A Pilgrimage 170-174 Shyam Sadhu

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How Long Can Italy Stand the Strain ? 175-177 N.G. Jog

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Culture of Some Economic Carps in Tanks of Bengal 178-180 Chinta MaZumdar

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Round the World Without a Passport 181-183 Chaman Lal

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Some Aspects of the Indian War Economy 184-188 M.S. Ranjan

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Nature and Air Raid Protection 188-189 T.V. Subrahmanyam

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Labour Legislation in Ancient India 190-ii Kapileswar Das

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Social Legislation in Indian States 193-195 Rameshnath Gautam

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Two Psalms of the Sikhs 196-198 John Archar

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Quickest Way of Developing Indian Industries 199-200 N.V. Raghunath

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Book Reviews 201-210 unknown

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Salt Manufacture at Sambhar 211-215 S.C. Guha Thakurata

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India’s Balance of Trade and Movement of Treasure 216-218 Sisir Roy

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Educational Efforts in Satara 218-221 I.N. Rao

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Indian Periodicals 222-228 C.F. Andrews

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Foreign Periodicals 229-231 Joseph Stalin

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Education of the Deaf in Bengal 232-236 Nirpendra Majumder

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government politics public policy

Pages
129
SARF Document ID
sarf.120016