Welcome Guest, Register and Log In to View Images, Make Posts and fully experience FunOnTheNet! This site is 100% free!
funonthenet
 
Funonthenet Community
FunOnTheNet Community
July 03, 2015, 05:46:30 PM *
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
News: Welcome to the FunOnTheNet Indian Discussion Forums! The largest, fastest and best discussion forums for India and the world!

New Users check out the - Forum Help Guide and the Forum FAQ/Tutorial



 
   Home   Help Calendar Arcade Recent Topics Staff List Login Register  

Live Auto Updating Latest Topics!

Pages: [1]   Go Down
  Reply  |  Send this topic  |  Print  
Author Topic: Kick  (Read 267 times)
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
wnderman
FOTN Hero
******

Karma: 3448

Gender: Male
Location: Hyderabad India
Posts: 12335

Posting Frequency

Topic starter
Offline Offline

View Profile Stats
« on: May 27, 2012, 08:39:09 PM »
Reply with quoteQuote

Kick

* The Parting Kick - Partition

SIR, ~ The Partition of the Country was The Parting Kick by the British with the active support of some so-called freedom fighters who had become desperate to occupy the gaddi or more precisely the Prime Minister’s chair. India was divided at the cost of the blood of thousands of our people on either side of the border. Frontier Gandhi had reacted to the betrayal saying, “You have thrown me before the wolves!” Maulana Azad regretted that Mahatma Gandhi had turned into the mouni (silent) Dhritarashtra to the Duryadhan. The Maulana had thought that he would be able to forestall Partition with the Mahatma’s help.
  A letter published in The Statesman on 5 May 2005 stated: “Nehru impulsively agreed to the Partition and later persuaded his close colleagues to agree. The decision followed a remark by Mrs Mountbatten ~ ‘Jawahar, how much I wanted to see you as the Prime Minister of India but that is not going to happen unless India is partitioned’. “
Gandhi later regretted that had Netaji been around, there would have been no Partition. Nor could it have been possible had the INA not been betrayed by the actual quislings within the country. Resolving the mystery of Netaji’s disappearance may lead to the rewriting of the history of our freedom struggle. This is the least we can do for the “Patriot of Patriots”, who had given the call, “on to Delhi”, but could not unfurl the Tricolour on the Red Fort. Nor is he even remembered at the annual ritual.
...

- http://www.thestatesman.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=411219&catid=38
------
Cool Thumbs Up! Waving
Logged
Sponsored-
Pages: [1]   Go Up
  Reply  |  Send this topic  |  Print  
 
Choose Board Name to Jump to:  

+ Quick Reply
With a Quick-Reply you can use bulletin board code and smileys as you would in a normal post, but much more conveniently.
BoldItalicizedUnderlineStrikethrough|GlowShadowMarquee|Preformatted TextLeft AlignCenteredRight Align|Horizontal Rule|
Insert FlashInsert ImageInsert HyperlinkInsert EmailInsert FTP Link|Insert TableInsert Table RowInsert Table Column|SuperscriptSubscriptTeletype|Insert CodeInsert Quote|Insert List
Smiley Wink Grin Angry Sad Shocked Cool Huh Roll Eyes Tongue Lips Sealed Undecided Kiss Cry Evil Afro clap Thumbs Up! lol dance [more]
Latest PostsTime
Women Flock To Zoo To See Handsome Gorilla by govind0000 (The Newsroom) Today at 05:27:11 PM
Saving the Cows, Starving the Children by govind0000 (General Discussion) Today at 05:16:42 PM
Let's Proudly say we are by Akira35 (General Discussion) Today at 05:02:53 PM
Pakistan faces 'womanless' future by govind0000 (The Newsroom) Today at 05:00:55 PM
Pakistan faces 'womanless' future by govind0000 (The Newsroom) Today at 04:49:32 PM
Pakistan faces 'womanless' future by govind0000 (The Newsroom) Today at 04:41:16 PM
N A P ! by wnderman (General Discussion) Today at 04:38:31 PM
Popular Topics in the last 24 Hours
Pakistan faces 'womanless' future
BANANA LEAF FOLDING ART!
"FLAT" Walls!
Some Humour
Hamari Chahat Bewafa Ho Gai..!
These Cops Look Like Fun Cops
Let's Proudly say we are



Participate in the fastest growing Indian forums! This website is 100% Free. Please register or login using the login box above if you have already registered. You will need to be logged in to reply, make new topics and to access all the boards. Registration is free!

Click to register
To sign up to the Yahoo Group FunOnTheNet (to receive fun E-Mails everyday), enter your email address below.
Powered by SMF 1.1.20 | SMF © 2013, Simple Machines