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15th August,India




2002

"My Dear Citizens of India,"


On the eve of the 59th Independence Day, I extend to you my best wishes for your happiness and prosperity. My greetings to all our people at home and abroad. Let us resolve, on this occasion, to remember with gratitude, the selfless and devoted services of our Armed Forces who are guarding our frontiers on the land, over the sea, and in the air. We are also grateful to the Paramilitary and Police Forces for preserving our internal security and maintaining law and order.

I met 137 freedom fighters from 27 States and Union Territories on 9th August 2005 at Rashtrapati Bhavan. I saw their enthusiasm even at their ripe age, to bring back the nationalism as a living movement. Today our country is free, because the freedom fighters gave their best to the nation in their prime of youth. Honouring the freedom fighters is honouring the independent nation and its spirit of nationalism. We must thank them with respect and make their lives happy.

1947

About the National Flag


The Indian national flag, represents India's long struggle for freedom is a national treasure. It signifies the status of India as an independent republic. The Indian National Flag came into being in its present form at the meeting of Constitutional Assembly on 22nd July 1947. Since then it has first served as the National Flag of the Dominion of India from 15 August 1947 to 26 January 1950 and thereafter as the national flag of the Republic of India. The Indian National Flag was designed by Pingali Venkayya and contains three equal strips of saffron, white and green. The ratio of its width to its length is two is to three.
1904:The history of the Indian flag dates back to pre independence era. It was in 1904 that first Indian flag came into being. It was made by an Irish disciple of Swami Vivekananda. Her name was Sister Nivedita and after some time this flag came to be known as Sister Nivedita's flag. This flag was colouredd red and yellow. Red signified the freedom struggle and yellow was a symbol of victory. It had the words "Bonde Matoram" in Bengali written on it. Along with it the flag contained a figure of 'Vajra', weapon of god 'Indra', and a white lotus in the middle. The 'Vajra' is a symbol of strength and lotus depicts purity







1947

Independece Day

15 August



15th August is an important day in the history of India. It was on this day that we bid adieu to our colonial masters the British after a rule which lasted for 190 years from the Battle of Palassy. It was on this day a new independent nation was born which would go on to become the largest democracy in the world.

"At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom"


- Jawaharlal Nehru
Lord Mountbatten the last Viceroy and first Governor General of India wanted to show that he was in command and decide on the day India would gain independence. He chose the date August 15th as was the second anniversary of Japan’s surrender to the Allied Forces.
Bhikhaji Rustom Cama is the first person to raise the tri-colour in Germany on 22nd of August 1907. But this flag was a different version than the original one. This flag consisted of three colors- the topmost being green followed by golden saffron in the middle and the red color at the bottom. It had 'Vande Mataram' inscribed on it.

At the 1929 Lahore session of the Indian National Congress, the Purna Swaraj declaration, or "Declaration of the Independence of India" was promulgated,and 26 January was declared as Independence Day.The Congress called on people to pledge themselves to civil disobedience and "to carry out the Congress instructions issued from time to time" until India attained complete independence. Celebration of such an Independence Day was envisioned to stoke nationalistic fervour among Indian citizens, and to force the British government to consider granting independence.
Millions of Muslim, Sikh, and Hindu refugees trekked across the newly drawn borders in the months surrounding independence.In Punjab, where the borders divided the Sikh regions in halves, massive bloodshed followed; in Bengal and Bihar, where Mahatma Gandhi's presence assuaged communal tempers, the violence was mitigated. In all, between 250,000 and 1,000,000 people on both sides of the new borders died in the violence.While the entire nation was celebrating the Independence Day, Gandhi stayed in Calcutta in an attempt to stem the carnage.On 14 August 1947, the Independence Day of Pakistan, the new Dominion of Pakistan came into being; Muhammad Ali Jinnah was sworn in as its first Governor General in Karachi. At midnight, as India moved into 15 August 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru delivered the Tryst with Destiny speech proclaiming India's independence.

2013

66th Anniversary of Free India.


The National Flag Is A Symbol Of The Nation’s Pride n Respect.
There Is A Liberal Use Of The Flag On Independence Day.
The Trend Of Selling Flags Made Up Of Paper n Plastic,
Is Incorrect.
With A Sense Of Natinal Pride,
Ppl Enthusiastically Buy Such Flags
But Very Next Day,
We Find These Flags Being Trampled
Upon The Road,
In Dustbins n Elsewhere.
In This Context, Ppl Forget That They Are Insulting The Flag. Often,
These Flags Are Burnt Along With Garbage.
It’s The Duty Of Every Individual To
Maintain Proper Respect Of The National Flag.
Now, India is the largest democratic country in the world. The country’s strength is to find, “Unity in diversity”. But, there are stray incidents that test her secularism but the people of India are ready to sacrifice anything for the cause of unity.Today we remember the great leaders who gave their lives for the nation’s freedom and prosperity.Dr. B.R.Ambedkar gave the longest written constitution to us. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru worked for an industrialized India. Gandhi ji taught us Ahimsa and Non-violence. Subash ChandraBose inducted courage in us. Swami Vivekanada gave us spiritual power.Yes, with these contributions, India will be the super power in the coming years.Our former President Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam called the children of India to dream to build a strong Nation with aim and perseverance.Indeed! This is not a word of a single man. It is word of one billion souls. Hail India! Jai Hind!








Facts about Independence Day


Lord Mountbatten attended one transfer of power ceremony in Karachi on the morning of the 14th, and another in Delhi on 15th Aug 1947.
At the time of independence there were 562 princely states in India. Out of those 560 of these states joined India and the remaining two (Hyderabad and Junagadh) were annexed by the Army.
The King of the Jammu and Kashmir princely state didn’t decide which side (Pakistan or India) to join by August 1947. But the Hindu Maharaja finally decided to join India in October 1947.
The border was drawn by a London lawyer, Sir Cyril Radcliffe. Appointed head of the Boundary Commission on June 3 1947, he submitted his partition map on August 13. The Radcliffe Award split Pakistan into two separate areas, East Pakistan (today's Bangladesh,) and West Pakistan, with India in between.



1942

Grand Old Lady of the Independence movement


Aruna Asaf Ali (Bengali: অরুণা আসফ আলী) born Aruna Ganguly, was an Indian independence activist. She is widely remembered for hoisting the Indian National Congress flag at the Gowalia Tank maidan in Bombay during the Quit India Movement, 1942. She was 87 years old at the time of her death.
She became an active member of Congress Party after marrying Asaf Ali and participated in public processions during the Salt Satyagraha. She was arrested on the charge that she was a vagrant and hence not released in 1931 under the Gandhi-Irwin Pact which stipulated release of all political prisoners. Other women co-prisoners refused to leave the premises unless she was also released and gave in only after Mohandas K. Gandhi intervened. A public agitation secured her release.
In 1932, she was held prisoner at the Tihar Jail where she protested the indifferent treatment of political prisoners by launching a hunger strike. Her efforts resulted in an improvement of conditions in the Tihar Jail but she was moved to Ambala and was subjected to solitary confinement. She was politically not very active after her release.













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                        <p>On the eve of the 59th Independence Day, I extend to you my best wishes for your happiness and prosperity. My greetings to all our people at home and abroad. Let us resolve, on this occasion, to remember with gratitude, the selfless and devoted services of our Armed Forces who are guarding our frontiers on the land, over the sea, and in the air. We are also grateful to the Paramilitary and Police Forces for preserving our internal security and maintaining law and order.

I met 137 freedom fighters from 27 States and Union Territories on 9th August 2005 at Rashtrapati Bhavan. I saw their enthusiasm even at their ripe age, to bring back the nationalism as a living movement. Today our country is free, because the freedom fighters gave their best to the nation in their prime of youth. Honouring the freedom fighters is honouring the independent nation and its spirit of nationalism. We must thank them with respect and make their lives happy.</p>

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                        <span class="year">1947</span>
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                        <p>The Indian national flag, represents India's long struggle for freedom is a national treasure. It signifies the status of India as an independent republic. The Indian National Flag came into being in its present form at the meeting of Constitutional Assembly on 22nd July 1947. Since then it has first served as the National Flag of the Dominion of India from 15 August 1947 to 26 January 1950 and thereafter as the national flag of the Republic of India. The Indian National Flag was designed by Pingali Venkayya and contains three equal strips of saffron, white and green. The ratio of its width to its length is two is to three.</p> 
                        <p>1904:The history of the Indian flag dates back to pre independence era. It was in 1904 that first Indian flag came into being. It was made by an Irish disciple of Swami Vivekananda. Her name was Sister Nivedita and after some time this flag came to be known as Sister Nivedita's flag. This flag was colouredd red and yellow. Red signified the freedom struggle and yellow was a symbol of victory. It had the words "Bonde Matoram" in Bengali written on it. Along with it the flag contained a figure of 'Vajra', weapon of god 'Indra', and a white lotus in the middle. The 'Vajra' is a symbol of strength and lotus depicts purity</p>

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                      <p><b>15th August</b> is an important day in the history of India. It was on this day that we bid adieu to our colonial masters the British after a rule which lasted for 190 years from the Battle of Palassy. It was on this day a new independent nation was born which would go on to become the largest democracy in the world.</p>
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                      <p><b>Lord Mountbatten the last Viceroy and first Governor General of India</b> wanted to show that he was in command and decide on the day India would gain independence. He chose the date August 15th as was the second anniversary of Japan’s surrender to the Allied Forces.</p>
                        <p>Bhikhaji Rustom Cama is the first person to raise the tri-colour in Germany on 22nd of August 1907. But this flag was a different version than the original one. This flag consisted of three colors- the topmost being green followed by golden saffron in the middle and the red color at the bottom. It had 'Vande Mataram' inscribed on it. </p>
                        
                        <p>At the 1929 Lahore session of the Indian National Congress, the Purna Swaraj declaration, or "Declaration of the Independence of India" was promulgated,and 26 January was declared as Independence Day.The Congress called on people to pledge themselves to civil disobedience and "to carry out the Congress instructions issued from time to time" until India attained complete independence. Celebration of such an Independence Day was envisioned to stoke nationalistic fervour among Indian citizens, and to force the British government to consider granting independence.</p>
                        <p>Millions of Muslim, Sikh, and Hindu refugees trekked across the newly drawn borders in the months surrounding independence.In Punjab, where the borders divided the Sikh regions in halves, massive bloodshed followed; in Bengal and Bihar, where Mahatma Gandhi's presence assuaged communal tempers, the violence was mitigated. In all, between 250,000 and 1,000,000 people on both sides of the new borders died in the violence.While the entire nation was celebrating the Independence Day, Gandhi stayed in Calcutta in an attempt to stem the carnage.On 14 August 1947, the Independence Day of Pakistan, the new Dominion of Pakistan came into being; Muhammad Ali Jinnah was sworn in as its first Governor General in Karachi. At midnight, as India moved into 15 August 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru delivered the Tryst with Destiny speech proclaiming India's independence.</p>
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                       <span class="year">2013</span>
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                       <p>The National Flag Is A Symbol Of The Nation’s Pride n Respect.
There Is A Liberal Use Of The Flag On Independence Day.
The Trend Of Selling Flags Made Up Of Paper n Plastic,
Is Incorrect.
With A Sense Of Natinal Pride,
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But Very Next Day,
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It’s The Duty Of Every Individual To
Maintain Proper Respect Of The National Flag.</p>
<p>Now, India is the largest democratic country in the world. The country’s strength is to find, “Unity in diversity”. But, there are stray incidents that test her secularism but the people of India are  ready to sacrifice anything for the cause of unity.Today we remember the great leaders who gave their lives for the nation’s freedom and prosperity.Dr. B.R.Ambedkar gave the longest written constitution to us. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru worked for an industrialized India. Gandhi ji taught us Ahimsa and Non-violence. Subash ChandraBose inducted courage in us. Swami Vivekanada gave us spiritual power.Yes, with these contributions, India will be the super power in the coming years.Our former President Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam called the children of India to dream to build a strong Nation with aim and perseverance.Indeed! This is not a word of a single man. It is word of one billion souls. Hail India! Jai Hind!
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                    <p>Lord Mountbatten attended one transfer of power ceremony in Karachi on the morning of the 14th, and another in Delhi on 15th Aug 1947.</p> 
                     <p>At the time of independence there were 562 princely states in India. Out of those 560 of these states joined India and the remaining two (Hyderabad and Junagadh) were annexed by the Army.</p>
                     <p>The King of the Jammu and Kashmir princely state didn’t decide which side (Pakistan or India) to join by August 1947. But the Hindu Maharaja finally decided to join India in October 1947.</p>
                     <p>The border was drawn by a London lawyer, Sir Cyril Radcliffe. Appointed head of the Boundary Commission on June 3 1947, he submitted his partition map on August 13. The Radcliffe Award split Pakistan into two separate areas, East Pakistan (today's Bangladesh,) and West Pakistan, with India in between. </p>
                    


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                    <p>Aruna Asaf Ali (Bengali: &#2437;&#2480;&#2497;&#2467;&#2494; &#2438;&#2488;&#2475; &#2438;&#2482;&#2496;) born Aruna Ganguly, was an Indian independence activist. She is widely remembered for hoisting the Indian National Congress flag at the Gowalia Tank maidan in Bombay during the Quit India Movement, 1942. She was 87 years old at the time of her death.</p> 
                  <p>She became an active member of Congress Party after marrying Asaf Ali and participated in public processions during the Salt Satyagraha. She was arrested on the charge that she was a vagrant and hence not released in 1931 under the Gandhi-Irwin Pact which stipulated release of all political prisoners. Other women co-prisoners refused to leave the premises unless she was also released and gave in only after Mohandas K. Gandhi intervened. A public agitation secured her release.</p>
                    <p>In 1932, she was held prisoner at the Tihar Jail where she protested the indifferent treatment of political prisoners by launching a hunger strike. Her efforts resulted in an improvement of conditions in the Tihar Jail but she was moved to Ambala and was subjected to solitary confinement. She was politically not very active after her release.</p>
           

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-ms-transition: all 300ms ease-out;
-o-transition: all 300ms ease-out;
transition: all 300ms ease-out;    
}
  
  .page h1:hover{-moz-transform: scale(1.1);}

footer.date,
span.date {
    display:block;
    border-top:solid 1px #CCC;
    border-bottom:double 3px #CCC;
    margin-bottom:20px;
    padding:6px 0px;
}
div.price {
    padding:10px;
    border:double 3px #BBB;
    display:inline-block;
    position:absolute;
    left:0px;
    top:30px;
}

div.edition {
    padding:6px;
    border:double 3px #BBB; 
    display:inline-block;
    position:absolute;
    right:0px;
    top:24px;
    font-size:14px;
    text-transform:uppercase;
    text-align:center;
    
}

span.year {
    font-weight:bold;
    font-size:11px;
    margin-bottom:10px;
    display:block;
    font-family:sans-serif;
    letter-spacing:1px;
}

.hero-story h2 {
    font-weight:normal;
    text-transform:uppercase;
    font-size:46px;
    margin:0px 0px 4px 0px;
    line-height:0.9em;
    letter-spacing:-1px;
}

.hero-story h3 {
    font-weight:normal;
    font-style:italic;
    text-transform:uppercase;
    font-size:18px;
    margin:0px 0px 16px 0px;
    
}   

p {
    font-size:13px;
    line-height:18px;
}

blockquote {
    border-bottom:10px solid #EFEFEF;
    padding-bottom:10px;
    width:128px;
    float:right;
    margin:8px 30px;
}
blockquote span {
    line-height:28px;
    font-size:24px;
    margin:0px 0px 8px 0px;
    display:block;
    font-style:italic;
}
blockquote cite {
    font-style:normal;
    font-size:13px;
}

.columns {
    overflow:hidden;
    width:613px;
    margin-left:-12px;
}
.columns img {
    width:100%;
}
.columns .column-1,
.columns .column-2,
.columns .column-3 {
    min-height:2200px;
    padding:0px 12px;
}

.columns .column-1 {
    width:114px;
    border-right:solid 1px #CCC;
}
.columns .column-2 {
    width:310px;
    border-right:solid 1px #CCC;
}
.columns .column-3 {
    width:114px;
    border-right:solid 1px #CCC;
}

.story {
    margin-top:24px;
    padding-top:24px;
    border-top:solid 1px #CCC;
}
.story:first-child {
    margin-top:0px;
    padding-top:0px;
    border-top:0px none;
}
.story h2 {
    font-size:15px;
    margin-top:0px;
}

</style>
<audio autoplay>
  <source src="https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/57197495/saare_jahan_se_achcha.ogg" type="audio/ogg">
</audio> 

</body></html>

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