Working hard but against all the odds.
Corrupt but have still achieved a lot for India.
Part of a clique which only looks after its own interests.
Correctly collaborating with the developed nations turning India into a super power.
Hampered by a stubborn bureaucracy
Favour the poor but corrupt politicians eat into the system and wreck it.
Favour the rich by making them richer
Are biased against the rich
Fail because there are too many people
We were disorganised and could not create a centralised command.
The support of the feudal princely estates for the British.
We were communally divided.
Superior army of the British.
Was extremely helpful for transfer of technology
Brought in modern ideas of modernity
Ravaged and destroyed India
Had some good point and some negative, but over all it was positive
Has set off India on a correct path of development
To civilize the rough and rude Indians
To trade with India
To extract as much as possible, keep as much as possible and send the rest back to England
To recover the losses from the Opium War with China.
They had heard of the fabulous wealth of the Mughal court
Dead against the British
Ok with the British so long as the government followed the rule of law
Great friends with the British
Wrong to have opposed the British, since things are far worse now after 1947
Gandhi led a mass movement against them
There were too many armed revolts all over the country and there was a danger that India would be taken over by Communists.
There was too much communal violence
The Indians were such an unruly and indiscplined lot, the British could not stand being with them anymore.
They had left their friends in place through the Congress Party who would work to continue the work of modernising India from within
A good patriot but he should not have taken to arms
Simply a misguided youth
Was correct in his path but very young and inexperienced
If he had problems, he should have chosen to fight the British through the legal system
Wrong to oppose the British because they were modernising and unifying India
Poor and those in the villages
The rich and influential
He was neutral towards all
The British to find an easy way out of the country
Building more temples and organising langars (free food for distribution to the poor)
Give money to NGOs and give for more Social Corporate Responsibility projects
Redistribute their excess land among the poor and share their profits equally with their workers
Introduce more foreign capital through collaboration with developed nations
Introduce more mechanization in all spheres of production
Of bad karma
Of the unequal laws and social structures
The rich are not doing enough for them
Of bad governance and over population
The better organized British left before they could completely change India for the better
Corrupt but still does do a lot of good work
Well organised and runs this country
Is well meaning but there is too much political interference
Soley created to make the rich richer and to protect the rich from the poor
Choose the path of non violence resistance
Run away to the hills or somewhere you cannot be found easily
Try and work with them and learn new technologies and methods from them
Take up arms against them
Of mutual benefit to both
Against the interests of India
Favours only India
Eventually it will favour us because we are smarter than them
Only prevelant in the villages
A horrific living daily reality for the lower castes in cities and villages
A fake, actually there is no real caste system existing anymore in India
Is good. People need to be categorised into economic and social categories for better management of the country
Shopping Malls and Multiplexis- these will lead to a more modern India
More foreign direct investment to create better infrastructure
More better managed government schools and hospitals
Better imported technology at all levels
Elimination of casteism, gender equality and economic equity
Better airports and better roads with good cars
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