Towards Independence and Partition: the Last Phase (1935-1947)
Important Political Developments
Working of Provincial Autonomy
National Movement During the Second World War
Subhash Chandra Bose and the INA
Transfer of Power (1945-1947)
Establishment and Development of Indian Democracy (1947 – 1966).
- The Refugee Problem
- Transfer of Assets and the River Waters Dispute
- Origin of the Kashmir Problem
- Role of Sardar Patel in the Reorganisation
- Integration of Princely States with Specialreference to Junagarh and Hyderabad
- The Foundation of Indian Democracy
- Significance of the First General Election Based on Universal Adult Suffrage (1952)
- Role of Political Parties
- Problems of Preparation and Their Solutions, Process, Result and Impact of the Elections
- Movement for Linguistic Reorganisation with Particular Reference to Andhra, Bombay and Punjab
- Redrawing of the Map of India on the Basis of Linguistic Identity
Challenges to Indian Democracy (1964 – 1977)
The Role of the Syndicate
- Causes of Naxal Movement Rise
- Historic Eight Documents (Main Points) as the Origin of Its Ideological Basis (1967),
- Main Leaders (Charu Majumdar and Kanu Sanyal)
- Areas Where Naxal Operated (West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh)
- Government Measures Against Naxal Movement
- Reasons for Naxal Movement Decline in the 1970’S
- Impact of Naxal Movement
JP Movement (1974-75)
Changing Face of the Indian Democracy (1977 – 1986)
The Janata Government (1977 – 1979)
Return of Congress to Power (1979 – 1986).
India’s Foreign Policy
Non-aligned Movement (NAM)
Pakistan (1948-49, 1965, 1971)
Movements for Women’s Rights
World War II
De-colonisation – in Asia (China) and Africa (Ghana and Keny
Cold War 1945-91– Origin, Course, End and Impact
Origins of the Cold War
The Cold War Expands
Breakup of the Ussr and Changes in Eastern Europe
Middle East: Israeli-Palestine Conflict (1916- 1993).
- The conflicting promises made by the British to the Arabs and the Jews: Husain-MacMahon correspondence, the Sykes-Picot Agreement and the Balfour Declaration. All these need to be understood clearly.
- The impact of World War II and the intensification of the conflict against Britain’s decision to withdraw - the UNO’s plan. Creation of Israel and the War of Liberation (a chronological account should suffice here).
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With reference to the Israeli-Palestine conflict in the Middle East, discuss the causes, course, and consequences of the Six-Day War of 1967.
Nazi persecution of Jews in Germany after 1933 caused a flood of refugees and by 1940 about half the population of Palestine was Jewish.
In this context, answer the following:
What was the offer made by the British through the Husain-MacMahon correspondence?
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