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Indian Minerals April 1947

1924

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It traces his connection with the Servants of India Socity and his services to the country as a Congressman as a member of the Imperial Council of the Council of State of the Moderate Deputation to England and later of the Imperial Conference and the League of Nations. [...] He touched the hearts of his audience when he affirmed that the government of the people for the people and by the people was the only form of self-government which would satisfy the aspirations of India. [...] One idea of great usefulness which the President of the Congress put forward was that at the end of the war the Imperial authorities should issue a declration definitely accepting the political goal of the National Congress and the Muslim League. [...] name of the Family Copact.' There were bitter disputes arising out of the unjust way in which the Crown lands were distributed as well as what were known as the Clergy Reserves.' In Lower Canada the minority of the English practically monopolised political power and the public service and the bulk of the trade was in their hands. [...] But so high is the expectation which the public entertain now-a-days of the legislative councils and so keen is their sense of the impotence of their representatives from a constitutional point of view SELF-GOVERNMENT FOR INDIA 39 that nothing can satisfy them hereafter short of the power of regulating the policy disposing of the finances and controlling the executive.

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Frontmatter i-vii V.S. Sastri

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India’s Goal 1-7 V.S. Sastri

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Lord Sinha’s Congress Address 8-19 V.S. Sastri

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Self-Government for India 20-70 V.S. Sastri

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The Need for Political Reform 71-74 V.S. Sastri

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Nasik Conference Address 75-134 V.S. Sastri

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The C.I.D. 135-140 V.S. Sastri

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Delhi Congress Speech 141-145 V.S. Sastri

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The Rowlaft Bill 146-164 V.S. Sastri

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Repeal of Repressive Laws 165-172 V.S. Sastri

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The use of Fire Arms 173-187 V.S. Sastri

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The Guildhall Speech 188-191 V.S. Sastri

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Speech at the League of Nations 192-204 V.S. Sastri

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Great Men of Bengal 205-206 V.S. Sastri

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Bombay Liberal Conference Address 207-239 V.S. Sastri

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Speech at the Simla Banquet 240-255 V.S. Sastri

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Speech at Perth 256-268 V.S. Sastri

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Address to New Zealand Parliament 269-278 V.S. Sastri

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Address to Students at Wellington 279-284 V.S. Sastri

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Reply to Civic Welcome at Suva 285-299 V.S. Sastri

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Speech at the Reform Club Montreal 300-304 V.S. Sastri

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Mahatma Gandhi 305-314 V.S. Sastri

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Speech at the Canadian Club 315-317 V.S. Sastri

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Speech at the Royal Colonial Institute 318-327 V.S. Sastri

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Address to the Liberal Federation 328-373 V.S. Sastri

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Report on the Dominions Tour 374-400 V.S. Sastri

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The League of Nations 401-425 V.S. Sastri

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Memorandum to the Delhi Conference 426-435 V.S. Sastri

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Gokhale and his Life-Work 436-450 V.S. Sastri

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Resolution in the Council of State on Kenya 451-463 V.S. Sastri

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The Administration of Kenya 464-469 V.S. Sastri

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Speech at the Queen’s Hall Meeting 470-473 V.S. Sastri

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Speech at the Hotel Cecil 474-486 V.S. Sastri

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Kenya as a Crown Colony 487-490 V.S. Sastri

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Kenya Deputation’s Statement 491-500 V.S. Sastri

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The Kenya Betrayal 501-509 V.S. Sastri

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Reply to Caen~Smuts 510-516 V.S. Sastri

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Speech at Bangalore 517-531 V.S. Sastri

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Immigration into India Bill 532-540 V.S. Sastri

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Africa or India 541-568 V.S. Sastri

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Resolution on the Colonies Committee 569-585 V.S. Sastri

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India a Dominion 586-598 V.S. Sastri

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Index i-ix V.S. Sastri

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Backmatter i-x V.S. Sastri

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624
SARF Document ID
sarf.144814

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