Wars and Treaties

WarYearTreatyGov GeneralBattles et al
Anglo Marathas
First1775-82Began: Treaty of Surat

End: Treaty of Salbai

Warren HastingsBattle of Wadgaon
Second1803-05Began: treaty of BasseinLord WellesleyBattle of Assaye
Third1816-19Treaty of GwaliorMarquess  of HastingsBattle of Pindari

End of Peshwa rule

Anglo French
First1746-48Treaty of Aix-la-ChepelleReason: Austrian succession in Europe1746: Battle of Adyar/San Thome
Second1749-54War of succession between Nasir Jung (English) and Muzaffar Jung (French) after death of Nizam1749: Battle of Ambur

 

Rise of Robert Clive

Third1758-63Treaty of ParisReason: 7 years war in Europe1760: Battle of Wandiwash (French defeat)
Anglo Mysore
First1766-69
Second1780-1784Treaty of MangaloreWarren HastingsAfter death of Hyder Ali in 1782 Tipu led the war
Third1789-92Treaty of SeringapatnamCornwallisDefeat of Tipu
Fourth1799WellesleyBattle of Seringapatnam. Death of Tipu.
Anglo Sikh War
First1845-46Treaty of LahoreHardinge
Second1848-49DalhousieFinal Subjugation of the Sikhs

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INDIAN THEATRE

Origins

  • Origins of Indian theatre not very well known
  • Drawings on caves show that dance, music and drama were an intrinsic part of the life of the people
  • Sitabengona and Jogimara (Ramgarh, MP) have structures that are possibly the oldest theatres of the world
  • IVC: a seal shows a person beating drum while other disguised as a tiger
  • A few hymns of the Rig Veda are in the monologue and dialogue form
  • Natyashastra evolved some guidelines for drama

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Art & Architecture

Harappan

  • Drainage system
  • Rectangular intersecting roads
  • Sanitary system

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Ancient History

Indus Valley Civilization

  • Discovered in 1921
  • Belonged to the bronze age
  • An area of about 1.3 mn sq km
  • Existed between 3300-1600 BC in three phases: early, mature and late phases
  • Sites

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Planning in India

Planning in India

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Economy Notes

Contents

India under the British Rule. 2

Inflation in India. 6

Monetary Policy of India. 6

Money Market. 13

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CPI

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) of the Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation announced that the new series of Consumer Price Index(CPI)  numbers for Rural, Urban and Combined (Rural +Urban) on base 2010 ( January to December)=100 taking all segments of rural and urban population for the month of January, 2011 will be released by the  Central Statistics Office for the States/UTs and all- India on 18th February, 2011.These indices will be available for five major groups namely Food, beverages and tobacco; Fuel and light; Housing; Clothing, bedding and footwear, and Miscellaneous.

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Land reforms

  • In rural India, land is the single most important productive asset owned by the people

Why are land reforms needed?

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Poverty and Unemployment

Assessment of the growth experience: Poverty and Unemployment

  • Poverty and unemployment are closely related
  • High poverty has a multiplier effect on quality of life, deprivation, malnutrition, illiteracy and low human resource development.

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growth models

Bring out the differences and similarities between endogenous growth models and exogenous growth models.

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