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Thursday, December 8, 2011

Mao Tse-tung (the Chinese Communist Leader)

What did Japan demand from China?

When Mao Tse-tung heard of Lenin and the great revolution in Russia, China was passing through a time of suffering. In 1915 Japan had occupied the Shantung Province of China. Confucius, the great Chinese regarded it as their Holy land. Later in the same year Japan sent a threatening letter to the Chinese President. Written on paper watermarked with machine guns, the letter demanded more areas in China and several Chinese ports. Japan wanted to command the police in the big Chinese cities, have Japanese officials in the Chinese government, and control the coal and iron mines and railways in China. The Japanese demands were supported by the powerful countries of Europe. The weak Chinese government had to accept the demands.

The Chinese people protested against giving in to Japan. There were banners at street corners reading, ‘Don’t forget the shame of the nation.’ On 4 May 1919, over three thousand students gathered at the Square of Heavenly Peace in Peking. They swore two oaths:

“China’s land may be conquered, but it cannot be given away,
 The Chinese people may be killed, but they will not surrender.”

Then they marched through the whole city. They distributed pamphlets protesting against the rulers. There were fights with the police at some places, and some students were arrested. The story of the 4 May demonstrations  all over China. In the province of Hunan the students were led by Mao tse-tung. Mao edited a student’s journal, the Hasiang Chiang Review, and ran a bookshop at that time.



About Mao Tse-tung

Mao tung was born in 1893. His father was a poor peasant. But he entered business and became quite rich. Mao Tse-tung went to school when he was eight. In early morning and at night he worked on the farm. During the day he read the writings of Confucius. The Chinese teacher at school was very strict. He beat his students whenever he was angry. Mao’s father also beat Mao tse and his brothers. Mao ran away from home when he was ten years old. He wandered for three days before he was found y his family. Mao had thought that he was walking towards the nearest city. But he had actually only gone round and round the same place. When he came back home, he found both his father and teacher more considerate. But his father still complained that young Mao tung was lazy and disobedient, and he sometimes beat the boy.

Mao left school for a time and worked long hours on the farm. At night he looked after his father’s accounts. Still he found time for reading. He loved to read old Chinese tales and stories of revolts in the past.

There was a great famine in China at that time. The hungry people went to the rich landlords and the governors begging for food. When they were turned out, they often got wild and burnt down the houses of the rich. The leaders of these people were arrested. Their heads were cut off and hung upon poles to frighten the people. Mao tung was deeply moved by these events. He wanted to find out how the common people could be given a better life.

He went back to school to learn how things could be changed. Mao changed school a number of times. He found the schools teaching things in which he was not interested. He gave up going to school after a time and spent all his time reading in the Hunan Library. But Mao had no money. His father had refused to send him money unless he went to school. So he had to go to school again, where he studied hard.


When he went up to college, he gathered a group of students around himself. It was a very serious-minded group of young people. They never talked about their personal problems or interests. They talked only of grand matters- of China and the world. They took great care to be strong and healthy. They tramped through the fields, up and down the mountains, and across the streams and rivers. They slept in the open when frost fell. In cold November they swam in the rivers. This group grew into a society called The New People’s Study Society.


Sunday, December 4, 2011

1917 revolution by Lenin

Vladimir Lenin

1917 revolution by Lenin

1917 revolution by Lenin was the historical event. However,on that very day Vladimir Lenin sat for his mathematics paper in the school-leaving examination. A classmate wrote later, “We were all terribly agitated. Only Vladimir Ulyanow, seated behind his desk, wrote calmly and unhurriedly. We had six hours for doing our papers. Vladimir finished his work earlier than the rest of us. He was the first to leave the examination Hall.” Vladimir stood first in the examination, and won a gold medal.



In the next few months and years Vladimir thought deeply about his brother’s fate. He had heard about revolutionaries in the past. But he had always thought. “Alexander can’t be a revolutionary. A revolutionary can’t give so much time to the study of worms. Now Vladimir wanted to know why Alexander had given away his life. From the writings of the great poets and novelists, he now turned to history and politics. He read about the revolutions in America and France. He felt that Russia needed a revolution too. He wanted to be a revolutionary himself.



In 1887 Vladimir went to study at the University of Kazan. At Kazan he learnt about the ideas of the great German thinker, Karl Marx. Vladimir settled in the city of St. Petersburg as a lawyer. Vladimir and his comrades went to the factory workers, found out for themselves how they lived, and taught them how they could improve their life. They wrote pamphlets for the workers and distributed them in the factories. Vladimir wrote many pamphlets himself. The police soon arrested Vladimir.



Krupskaya
Vladimir was sent to Siberia. It was so far away from St. Petersburg that the prisoners in Siberia were not kept shut in. Vladimir lived in a small house. Krupskaya, a revolutionary who later became his wife, stayed in the same house. They read books together and talked about the sufferings of the Russian workers. In the evenings they went out for long walks. Vladimir was a good hunter, and there were hares in the woods. One day Vladimir stood before a wood waiting for a hare to come out. His comrades made a loud sound on drums and tins to frighten the hare and make it come out. A fox came straight towards Vladimir. It stopped and looked at him, then slipped away into the woods. Krupskaya rushed up to him. ‘Why didn’t you shoot?’ she asked him. ‘This fox was so beautiful’, he said.



This year 1917 began with strikes and large demonstrations against the Tsar. The police was attacked. Even the soldiers joined the demonstrators. In March the Tsar gave up. Russia came to be ruled by an elected government. Lenin returned to Russia on 16 April 1917. The new government changed nothing. The anger of the people grew. The Bolshevik party, under Lenin’s leadership, organized a worker’s army and secured arms. Lenin spoke at numerous meetings. The new Bolshevik daily newspaper, Pravda (The Truth), carried Lenin’s appeals to the Russian army. There were clashes between the peasants and the police at many places. The soldiers joined the Bolsheviks and disobeyed the government.



On the morning of 7 November 1917, The Bolsheviks occupied the post offices, telegraph stations, banks and railway stations. There was little struggle, for the people working there were already with the Bolsheviks. In the evenings the Bolshevik soldiers surrounded the winter palace in St. Petersburg. The government ministers were inside it. There was fierce fighting between the government troops and the Bolshevik Red Guards. The battle began at 9.45 p.m. with the guns of the ship Aurora fighting a loud blank shot in the air. That was the signal for the Red Guards to attack. The battle began to die down in the early hours of the morning. A new government led by Lenin took over the next day.



The new Bolshevik government had to fight against many enemies over the next few years. On 30 August 1918 a young woman tried to shoot Lenin. With two bullets inside him, Lenin’s wife was in danger. But he became well again and worked hard to give his people peace, food and happiness. Lenin promised a young woman in 1920, 
‘Your children will never be able to imagine that there was once a time when one man could own houses, factories and riches when thousands of workers went hungry and no home of their own’.

Lenin died in 1924. His body has been preserved. It lies in a tomb in the Red Square in Moscow. Every day thousands of people walk past his body to pay their respects.So 1917 revolution by was very important for Russian people.
 


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Why was Alexander hanged?

Why was Alexander hanged?

Why was Alexander hanged? It has some reasons. In nineteenth century Russia was ruled by Russian emperor, who was called the ‘Tsar’. His speech was laws. Everybody was obliged to obey his order. In his reign people was not so good. At that time comes the Lenin hero. His brother was Alexander. After passing final examinations with top marks and a gold medal, Alexander left home to enter the University at St. Petersburg. In a letter to his sister a few months later, he wrote, ‘I am in good health. I am living as before. I work in the laboratory until six o’clock. The evenings I spend mostly at home’. 

He was a lonely boy. The other boys teased him as a dreamer. But he soon came to take a great interest in politics. He did not like the way the Tsar’s police arrested students on suspicion, and seized their letters in the mail. In 1887 some students formed a group and planned to kill the Tsar. Alexander joined the group. He was asked to prepare a statement for the people and make the bombs. But a few days before the date they had set for killing the Tsar, They were all arrested. Alexander faced the trial bravery. He took the responsibility entirely upon himself to save his comrades. He was sentenced to death, and hanged on 8 May. 

 

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Michael Jackson’s Biography

Michael Jacson

Michael Jackson’s Biography

Michael Jackson was born 29 August 1958 in Gary, Indiana. Michael Jackson was born in 1958, the seventh of nine children, to Joseph and Katherine Jackson. He was raised as a Jehovah’s Witness and only officially left the organization in 1987. Still a vegetarian, Jackson is a professional entertainer, singer and songwriter whose reputation and cultural impact belie a small body of solo work.

In the mid 1960s, their father formed Michael Jackson, along with his brothers Jackie, Tito, Germaine and Marlon, into ‘The Jackson 5 ‘. The group began singing in local clubs and bars and was signed to Motown Records in 1969. The family moved to California and the first four singles released by the group “ABC’, ‘I want you Back’, ‘The Love You Save’ and ‘I’ll Be There’ all reached number 1 in the charts. Jackson and some of his siblings would later claim that their father was a strict disciplinarian in this period, and have alleged varying degrees of physical and mental abuse.

Michael Jackson Albums

Albums of Jackson
In 1976, the group left Motown and renamed themselves ‘The Jackson’s’. Despite a flexible line-up, including brother Randy and younger sister Janet, and the growing solo career of Michael, the Jackson released another six albums and toured all over the world until 1984.

Jones produced the first three solo albums for Michael. The first, ‘Off the Wall’ was a departure from the more traditional Motown sound of the Jackson and, whilst it was a hit, both critically and commercially, It was not enough to separate the young singer from the family group entirely. The next album, ‘Thriller’, would change all that and more.


The ‘Thriller’ video was ambitious from the start. Hiring an established cinema director and using state-of-the-art make-up and special effects, the homage to horror films is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential of all time. The album went on the win Jackson seven Grammy in 1984, with the artist winning another for narrating ‘The E.T. storybook’. The eight awards was a record only later matched by Carlos Santana.

Family life of Michael Jackson

5 members of Jacksons family
Michael Jackson has been married twice. In 1994, he married Elvis Presley’s daughter, Lisa Marie, but they were divorced within two years. In 1996, he married Debbie Rowe. Despite two children, Prince Michael and Paris Katherine, the couple also divorced, In 1999. Early in 2002, Jackson had another son, Prince Michael II (Sometime known as ‘Blanket’) via a surrogate mother, whose identity has not been released. For security reasons, the children are masked whenever they appear in public. Ms. Rowe has claimed that this is at her request, to prevent kidnapping.

Finally, in November 2003, Jackson was booked and released on bail to face charges of ‘lewd or lascivious acts’ with a child under 14. He now faces nine counts on various charges and pre-trail procedures have commenced. His trial is expected to begin in January 2005. Michael Jackson has countered with allegations of mistreatment and police brutality. Little can be made of the truth in the case until after the trial, with heavy media restrictions limiting access to the facts.


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Thursday, December 1, 2011

What happened on Bloody Sunday?

What happened on ‘Bloody Sunday’?

Bloody Sunday is a painfullest part of history. Towards the close of the nineteenth century Russia was a large country. It stretched from the Baltic Sea to the Pacific Ocean, a distance of 6,000 miles. This vast land was ruled by one man, the Russian Emperor, who was called the ‘Tsar’ (Tsar comes from the Latin word Caesar). He could do anything he liked. He had all the power and people had to obey him. His word was law, A band of officials, all appointed by the Tsar himself, collected the taxes, and ran the army and the navy. They all belonged to a few rich families, and knew little about how the common people lived.



Most of the Russians were peasants. The peasants paid heavy taxes and lived in poverty. Some of them came to the towns to work in factories. The workers lived in crowded slums and worked long hours for low wages in bad conditions. The peasants, the workers and the students held protest meetings all over the country. There were many strikes and riots. Tsar Alexander II was killed by a revolutionary in 1881. His son, Alexander III, and grandson, Nicholas II, took stern measures to hold the people in check. The Tsar’s police kept watch on people. Whenever they thought that someone was a revolutionary they would send him to Siberia and keep him imprisoned there.



On 22 January 1905 a large procession of workers marched towards the Tsar Nicholas II’s palace. They carried the Tsar’s portraits and only wanted to beg the Tsar for help. But the police fired on the peaceful people and killed five hundred of them. That day came to be known in Russian history as ‘Bloody Sunday’. The revolutionary groups began to come together, and soon they found their leader in Lenin.


Who was Vladimir Lenin?

Vladimir Ilyitch Ulyanov, for that was Lenin’s real name, was born on 22 April 1870, in the town of Simbirsk on the river Vogla. His father was a teacher of physics and mathematics, and later on, an inspector of schools.



The reddish, bulky, lively Vladimir lenin was the noisiest and the most mischievous of his six children. They called him Kubyshkin-the pot with a fat belly. One of his favorite games was to set traps for birds. But he gave up the game when one of his own died in its cage. In the Red Indians game he was always the Red Indian. The white men chased him and he hunted wild beasts. At school Vladimir did extremely well. He was attentive and quiet during lessons, but became wild after the class was over. Vladimir was very fond of his elder brother, Alexander, who was four years older. They both liked to be left alone so that they could concentrate on their studies. Alexander was busy all the time with his microscope studying insects. Vladimir sat in the same room at his table reading books in Latin.     

 

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Monday, November 28, 2011

Shahrukh khans Biography

Shahrukh Khan

   Shahrukh khans Biography

Nick Name
SRK
Shahrukh
King Khan
The King Of Romance
The King of Bollywood
The Tom Cruise of India
The Badshah of Bollywood
Commonly Known as
King khan
Date of Birth
2 November, 1965
Birth Place
New Delhi
Father’s Name
Mir Taj Mohammad
Mother’s Name
Fatima Begum
Sister’s Name
Shehnaaaz
Contact Address
Mannat, Band Stand, Bandra (West),
 Mumbai 400050, India.
Education
Masters in Mass Communication from
Jamiya Miliya Islamiya, New Delhi

Height
5’9”
Hair Color
Black
Eye Color
Black
Religion
Muslim
Language
Hindi, English
Marital Status
Married
Spouse
Gauri Khan
Daughter
Suhana
Son
Aryaan


About shahrukh khan

shahrukh khan
We know bollywood king star, king khan about shahrukh khan.The year is 1991. First-time director Hema Malini looks anxious on the sets of her directorial debut, ‘Dil Aashna Hai’. The cause of her anxiety triggers laughter as it is discovered that the lady, despite employing all haircut methods on her boyish-looking hero shahrukh khan, remains unsuccessful with his unruly mop. Hema finally lets go of the boy and his effervescent hair without a crop. The film bungled at the box office. Was it due to Khan’s boisterous hair?
Today, in retrospect, it looks like it was his disheveled hair, big nose, average height and average looks that broke conventions to give birth to a new-age star. SRK’s USP were his energy, fizz and ‘dreamz unlimited’. The boy just refuses to sit idle. Says Juhi co-star and friend;

Shah Rukh went on even when others stopped due to exhaustion. He breaths films. He is down-to-earth, without an attitude. He is very friendly and has a funny sense of humor.” 

From a boy-next-door to a saleable hero, from a hero to a star, a superstar and finally a phenomenon, though there is nothing concrete to show where his prowess lay. He was plain and ordinary. It is very difficult to place fingers on a reason that enabled SRK reach where he is today. Probably his plainness was his virtue. He was never an enigma. He was guileless, without a benefactor to lead him around by his fingers. His only weapon was his willingness to work hard and professionalism.

An upfront attitude earned shahrukh khan some very valuable friends in an industry otherwise dominated by detractors and chamchas. Juhi, his co-star, close pal and now his business partner for ‘Dreamz Unlimited’ forms an integral part of the core group, that has Aziz Mirza, whom SRK is very close to, Yash Johar, Yash Chopra and their sons Karan and Aditya. In a profession where commitment towards wives and girlfriends take the backburner, SRK’s devotion towards wife Gauri has been lauded. He is probably one of the rare actors who in their entire careers did not have any romantic liaisons. One who remained a buddy to men and women alike?

The maiden’s venture of SRK’s production company bombed. He was barely recovering from the disaster with hopes pinned on his next release ‘Josh’, when the firm too failed to draw the kind of attention it was accepted to. There’s however, still time to the downward slide. SRK has too many good projects to keep him going strong. There’s ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gum’. ‘Mohabbatein’,Devdaas’, and his own production ‘Ashoka’, The Great’.
For every loss there is a new hope.SRK is too full of zest to be defeated and live quietly. His will explore other avenues in films even if he ceases to be a superstar. He will continue to be there.Step by step will be included about shahrukh khan in this site.


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Friday, November 25, 2011

Tony Blair biography


Tony Blair

Tony Blair biography

At present Tony Blair biography is one of the parts of History. Anthony Charles Linton Blair was born on 06 May 1953 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Blair is married to barrister Cherie Booth. They have three sons and one daughter. Tony Blair traces his political genesis to the paralysis of his father. In 1963, when Blair was 11, his father suffered a stroke while campaigning for a conservative seat in Parliament. Blair’s upbringing was privileged. His father was a law lecturer, and Blair was educated at the elite fetes college in Edinburgh before going to Oxford for law school in 1972. Blair was known as a gregarious student and as the gyrating bass guitar and lead singer for a rock band called Ugly Rumors.   

Tony Blair is the current Prime Minister of United Kingdom. Blair began his political career in 1983, when he was elected to the British Parliament as a member of the Labor Party. He quickly advanced to the party’s front ranks during the Conservative administration of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, when labor was in the opposition. He won the favor of labor leaders, who believed Blair’s moderate positions would receive popular support for the party.

From 1984 to 1987 Blair was opposition spokesman on treasury and economic affairs. He then moved to various posts in the departments of Trade and Industry, Energy, and Employment. In 1992 Blair was promoted again, taking charge of domestic issues in the Labor Party’s counterpart to the governing Conservative cabinet. Blair was chosen to lead the Party following the death of John Smith in 1994. Tony Blair, at 41 years old, was labor’s youngest leader ever. He soon established a reputation as a determined reformer and firm leader, confronting established factions and contentious policy issues within the party almost immediately.

Tony Blair

began working to make the party the more mainstreams, De-emphasizing its traditional ties to labor and trade unions in an effort to broaden the party’s membership. In May of 1997, Tony Blair, became the youngest British Prime Minister in almost 200 years. After taking office, Blair vowed to honor his campaign pledge to abide by national spending limits and programs established by the preceding Conservative administration. At the same time, he launched ambitious new programs aimed at building better relations with the European Union decentralizing the national government, and reforming Britain’s welfare state. In his first year in office Blair fulfilled his campaign promise to hold referendums in Scotland and Wales to decentralize powers from the British Parliament to a Scottish parliament and a Welsh assembly. In addition, Blair worked to stimulate the faltering peace talks in Northern Ireland. Buoyed by the strong performance of the British economy, Blair called general elections in June 2001. Blair led the Labor party to its second consecutive landslide victory and secured a second term as Prime Minister. 

IN government Blair has been notable for his commitment to business interests. He will probably be best remembered for the introduction of university tuition fees, and for market reforms to the NHS and social services. He has also been criticized for his attachment to media manipulation and ‘spin’. Blair also presided over the British involvement in the Kosovan war, and was the only Prime Minister of the 20th century to father a child while in office. In 1995, Tony Blair, as the new head of the Labor Party, used his new position to strike a blow to the sacred leftist Clause IV of the Labor constitution advocating the common ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange.

Following the September 11 attacks on the united States in 2001, which resulted in the deaths of more than 100 British citizens among the thousands of casualties, Blair pledged that the United Kingdom would stand ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with the United Afghanistan in October, it was with the support of British naval and ground forces. In the ensuing months Blair continued to maintain his high-profile support for U.S. military action, including ongoing combat activities in Afghanistan and a possible U.S. led war against Iraq. So, Tony Blair biography is very important in the modern history.




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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

maryam mother of isa


maryam mother of isa


The mother of Prophet Isa (AS) was maryam whose father was called Imran and her other was called Hannah. Allah chose Imran and his family for his special blessings. maryam grew up to be a very pious and spiritual woman under the guardianship of Hazrat Zakaria (AS) who taught her of the one God…..Allah.

She spent most of her time praying in her room and devoting herself to the service of Allah. Her piety was so great that even elders respected her and took inspiration from her. The people around her knew very little of the divine truth but instead involved themselves in all kind of magic, superstition and cultural practices. The good teachings of Hazrat Musa were being twisted by the priests who were fighting amongst themselves on meaningless issues.

Most of them did not lead pious lives. Therefore, the people were losing respect for them as well as for the religion. Muslim was very upset with the overall condition of the people and would spend most of her time praying in her room and devoting herself to the service of Allah.  

how was jesus


how was jesus born ? It's very interesting and expression power of God . One day, when maryam went out of her room, she saw a man approaching her, she became nervous and terrified and immediately called out Allah’s name to protect her from the stranger. Little did she realize who the stranger was! The stranger was Hazrat Jibrail (AS), Allah’s angel, who answered,

  ‘Do not fear, I’m only a messenger from your Lord to inform you about the wonderful gift of a pure son. His name will be Isa, son of Marium. He will be given honor in this world and will be in the company of those nearest to Allah in the next world.’
As the time for the birth of her son came close, Marium packed up her few belongings and retreated to a remote and secluded place. There, she was alone, afraid and weak with hunger and thirst and crying lying under a palm tree. Then suddenly, she heard a voice comforting her which said,

‘Do not grieve, your Lord has provided a stream of water beneath you and if you shake the trunk of the palm tree fresh dates will fall on you. Eat and drink and cool your eyes and enjoy seeing your son’ this was again the voice of Jibrail (AS)



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The crucifixion of jesus ideology

The crucifixion of jesus ideology


There are many questions about the crucifixion of jesus.The return of jesus again in the world was proclaimed by the holy Quran. The jews were looking for a chance to harm isa allah. They planned and plotted against him and finally went to the Roman Governor, Pilate, to complain against the ‘young man’ who was becoming a danger to the government. They blamed him for poisoning the minds of the people against the government and against their own religion.

The Roman governor was not ready to believe anything that he heard without proof. So the rich and powerful Jews plotted thinking that if prophet isa was not stopped in time, his growing popularity among the poor people would become a threat to the government.

At last Pilate gave the order for isa allah’s arrest. It was to be done quietly to avoid public reaction or revolt. A plot was made and with the help of some insincere people, prophet isa was arrested and bought before the governor. He was against their religion and government. The punishment for treason in those days was death by crucifixion on the saleeb. The saleeb was the wooden cross to which a person was nailed and left until he bled to death.
On the insistence of the rich and powerful Jews of the land, this punishment was pronounced for isa allah. But Allah in his great mercy saved him from suffering the pain and torture and raised him to Heaven. In the Quran Allah proclaims, 

‘They boast that they killed prophet isa, the son of maryam and the prophet of God. No, they neither killed him nor were he crucified, but so it was made to appear to them,’ The Quran goes on to say, ‘Allah raised him to Himself.’


 
This makes it very clear that isa allah was saved by the mercy of Allah. Allah could do that because He is All-Powerful and Most Wise. It is clear that Prophet Isa is not crucified, he is raised by Allah. So Muslims believes that

the crucifixion of jesus

is not right. 



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