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Spices of Indian Politics after Independence 

On August 15, 1947, India became an independent country, Jawaharlal Nehru as first Prime Minister. Enmity between Hindus and Muslims led the British to partition British India, creating India and Pakistan, Pakistan, where there were Muslim majorities. India became a republic within the Commonwealth after declare its constitution on January 26, 1950.There discussing on Indian History after the Independence of India:


India-Pakistan war of 1947

Hindus and Sikhs migrated to India from west Punjab.

Nathuram Godse murdered Mahatma Gandhi.

The Constitution on India came on 26 January, 1950 and Dr. Rajendra Prasad was 1st president of India.


First constitutional election in 1952.

Won National Congress Party.

Jawaharlal Nehru was 1st prime minister of India.


Congress returned in 1971.

Banks were nationalized.

Due Bangladesh Liberation war, Bangladesh was separated.

India signed 20 years treaty of friendship with the Soviet Union.

India conduct first nuclear test in Pokhran, Rajasthan in 1974.

On 26 April 26, 1975, Sikkim was officially declared as 21’st state of India.

India-Pakistan War 1971

Emergency in India


The Indira Gandhi, who is prime minister; own Sikh bodyguard killed her

This made violence in Delhi and Punjab.


Rajiv Gandhi was killed in a bomb attack by LITTE, when he was protest in Tamilnadu.

Government decided that the Indian economy took part in Global Trade and Investment sector.


On 22 May, 2004. Manmohan Singh became the prime minister.

Manmohan Singh was the first Sikh, who was took that position. 

India improved his relation with neighbor countries.


This decade passed with mostly of scams and scandals.

2G scam

Commonwealth scam

Coal scam.

Jan Lokpal Bill issued, that was against to corruption.

Member of Anna Hazare’s team Arvind Kejriwal made own party name is Aam Aadami Party and slogan is Main “Aam Adami hun”.

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