Indian Economics and Politics Research Paper by The Research Group

Indian Economics and Politics
Examines these issues in the 20th Century, focusing on the 1990s. Discusses leadership, parties, unrest, reform, development, liberalization, foreign investment and exchange, growth and trade.
# 14568 | 3,375 words | 10 sources | 1999 | US
Published on Jul 18, 2003 in Economics (International) , History (Asian) , Asian Studies (General)


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Agitation against British colonial rule grew during the 1920s and 1930s. At independence in 1947 differences between Hindus and Muslims led to partition of British India into present-day India and Pakistan (from which Bangladesh broke away in 1971).

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"Political History
Agitation against British colonial rule grew during the 1920s and 1930s. At independence in 1947 differences between Hindus and Muslims led to partition of British India into present-day India and Pakistan (from which Bangladesh broke away in 1971). India became a sovereign republic in 1950 under a constitution adopted in 1949. In addition to staggering problems of overpopulation, economic underdevelopment, and inadequate social services, India had to achieve the integration of the former princely state into the union and the creation of national unity from diverse cultural and linguistic groups (Basham, 1984).

India's major foreign problems have been a border dispute with China that first surfaced in 1957, and continual conflicts with Pakistan. In the ..."

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