Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace

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Skilled
They have started to give the Peace One, proactively. Obama got it thus. That is what I feel....!
Right, so period isn't a requirement in some cases, just being in a position to influence the future is enough.

I do not envy her one bit, this is one hell of a responsibility to place on such young shoulders, FOR LIFE!
 

pradeep200417

Shunya
Adept
What is Bose's contribution to the freedom? 0.00000000000000000000000000000000000001%

While Gandhi and others were busy fasting and getting lathi charged and marching and defying the British laws, where was Bose?
He was abroad trying to find allies for god knows what.
What was his plan? To attack India. Who would have died? Indian soldiers. Profit? None.

Alternative? Join gandhi.

Joining the war is one thing. War-mongering totally another.
Just to digress
There are alternate theories about winning freedom.
SC Bose did a lot.
I always had this question of what would have happened if Gandhi went on fast against Hitler? Gandhi was great and no one can be like him, but I don't want people to think that others have no contribution at all.
There is lot of theory confirming that it was SC Bose's INA and the WWII india army of 2 million Indians (I think) that were responsible for the freedom in the end.
British were really broke after WWII. They didn't have the resources to continue in India against the rising Mutiny in the Indian Army.
The Royal Indian Navy Mutiny of 1946 is famous and they also have a memorial there in Mumbai.

http://www.susmitkumar.net/index.ph...s-the-reason-for-the-1947-indian-independence
http://indianstrategicknowledgeonline.com/web/Contribution of the Armed Forces 230109.pdf
http://www.gatewayforindia.com/history/british_history4.htm
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/drishtikone/2009/10/how-india-got-its-independence-real-story/
 
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