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India Since Indepencence

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Published on January 1, 2008

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Slide1:  Ms. Susan M. Pojer & Mrs. Lisbeth Rath Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Slide3:  Border problems Jawarlal Nehru:  Jawarlal Nehru Ally of Gandhi. 1st Prime Minister of India, 1947-1964. Advocated Industrialization. Promoted “Green Revolution”. Mixed Economy. Nonaligned Movement. Slide5:  Non-Alignment Movement Slide6:  The “mix” refers to private and public ownership. Foreign aid and foreign investment are crucial. Urban areas have high-tech companies. Three quarters of the population are farmers living in small villages. India's "Green Revolution" allowed farmers to triple their crop by using modern science and technology. India’s “mixed economy” Slide7:  India’s “Green Revolution” Introducing higher- yielding varieties of seeds in 1965. Increased use of fertilizers & irrigation. GOAL  make India self-sufficient in food grains. Slide8:  Nehru’s daughter. Prime Minister of India, 1966-1984. Continues Nehru’s policies. Faced corruption charges & internal rebellion. Assassinated in 1984. Indira Gandhi Slide9:  India’s persecultion of the Sikhs Slide10:  Mrs. Gandhi assassinated! Mrs. Gandhi lying in state. Slide11:  Indira’s son. Prime Minister of India, 1984-1989. Some reform of economy and government. Also faced rebellion. Assassinated in 1991 while campaigning. Rajiv Gandhi Slide12:  Italian-born Sonia Maino married Rajiv 1968. She moved into the house of mother-in- law, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. A foreigner joins the family Slide13:  1983  Indian citizen. 1984  first lady when her husband, Rajiv Gandhi, succeeded his assassinated mother as Prime Minister. Mrs. Sonia Maino Gandhi Slide14:  1991  Tragedy struck the Gandhi family again when Rajiv was killed by a suicide bomber. Slide15:  Sonia Gandhi remains Roman Catholic, but follows Hindu and Indian traditions. With her children, she scattered Rajiv's ashes in the Ganges. Slide16:  After Rajiv's death Sonia shied away from the spotlight. In 1998, she agreed to start her own career as a “Gandhi” again and became an important political leader. Slide17:  Sonia's son Rahul and daughter Priyanka have also become politically active. Slide19:  When her party won in the recent elections, she was asked to be Prime Minister. She decided not to accept the position. “The Jewel turns down the crown!” Slide20:  May 2004  he held up a letter from India's president authorizing him to form a new government as prime minister. He stood next to Sonia Gandhi, the candidate for the post who stunned the country when she declined the office. Manmohan Singh Slide21:  May 2004 India Swears in 13th Prime Minister and the first Sikh in the job. Slide22:  Overpopulation  1 billion & climbing. Economic development. Hindu-Muslim tensions. Gender issues  dowry killings. Caste bias  discrimination against untouchables continues. The Kashmir dispute and nuclear weapons. Political assassinations. Major problems & Issues in india today Slide23:  Greater tamil nadu Slide24:  Tamil Separatism: The “tamil tigers” Slide25:  Is the dream gone? Slide26:  Led briefly by Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Prime Minister Ayub Khan. Dangerous combination Was not prepared to rule in 1948. Strong Islamic fundamentalism. Impoverished. Pakistan divides in 1972 W. Pakistan = Pakistan E. Pakistan = Bangladesh pakistan Slide27:  First Woman Prime Minister, 1988 Ousted in 1990, 1993 on corruption charges. Nawaz Sharif Ousted three times. Struggle between modernizers and fundamentalists. Benazir Bhutto Slide28:  Coup d’etat. Secular government against Islamic fundamentalists. U.S. ally in the “War on Terror.” Gen. Pervex Musharaff Slide29:  Economic development. Political instability/military dictatorship. Hindu-Muslim tensions. Gender issues  honor killings. Terrorism. The Kashmir dispute and nuclear weapons. Major problems & Issues in Pakistan today Slide31:  India-Pakistan Border Disputes Slide32:  1971 India-Pakistan War Slide33:  Mrs. Gandhi with her troops Slide34:  2002 Military Statistics Slide37:  Kashmir Crisis Indian Soldiers Patrol the India-Pakistan Border in Pura, the Winter Capital of the State of Jammu & Kashmir - 1998:  Indian Soldiers Patrol the India-Pakistan Border in Pura, the Winter Capital of the State of Jammu & Kashmir - 1998 Slide40:  Indian Soldiers Near the Pakistani Border - 2001 Slide41:  A Pakistani Ranger At the Indian-Pakistani Joint Border Check Post in Wagha, India - 2001 Slide42:  Anti-war Protestors in Karachi, Pakistan - 2001 Slide43:  Kashmiri Militants - 2003 Slide45:  What title would you give this political cartoon? Slide46:  The India-Pakistan Arms Race Heats Up in the Late 1990s Slide47:  2002 Nuclear Statistics Slide48:  India’s Prithvi Missiles First Tested in 1988 Supporters of former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee chant nationalist slogans in support for his nuclear policy - 1998:  Supporters of former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee chant nationalist slogans in support for his nuclear policy - 1998 Former Indian Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, displays a sword given to him by Sikh youths in New Delhi to honor him for making India a nuclear power - 1998:  Former Indian Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, displays a sword given to him by Sikh youths in New Delhi to honor him for making India a nuclear power - 1998 Right-wing Pakistani Activists Burn Indian Flag to Protest Indian Nuclear Tests - 1998:  Right-wing Pakistani Activists Burn Indian Flag to Protest Indian Nuclear Tests - 1998 Hot Air Balloon Protesting India & Pakistan’s nuclear testing - 1998:  Hot Air Balloon Protesting India & Pakistan’s nuclear testing - 1998 India Displays Nuclear Missiles During “Republic Day,” - 2002:  India Displays Nuclear Missiles During “Republic Day,” - 2002 India Successfully Tested Agni Missiles - 2002:  India Successfully Tested Agni Missiles - 2002 Musharraf and Vajpayee at a meeting on nuclear issues in Nepal in 2002:  Musharraf and Vajpayee at a meeting on nuclear issues in Nepal in 2002 Slide56:  Is this a possibility? Slide57:  India's Prime Minister ManMohan Singh Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf Slide58:  New Friends? Musharraf and India's new Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speak by telephone frequently affirming a strong desire for peace and resolution of their disputes, including Kashmir, on which the two countries have fought two of their three wars. Slide59:  Partners in the “War on Terror?” Slide60:  US Sells F-16 Jets to Pakistan—India Not Pleased! (3/25/05) ManMohan Singh of India with President Bush (9/04)

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