Presentation Summary : Title: Trusteeship of gandhiji Author: TMF7Q Last modified by: rahul_2 Created Date: 3/27/2008 5:55:16 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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Presentation Summary : Title: Trusteeship of gandhiji Author: TMF7Q Last modified by: Ritesh Created Date: 3/27/2008 5:55:16 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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Presentation Summary : Gandhi considered politics as an instrument for the uplift of mankind in social, economic, moral and spiritual spheres. ... According to Gandhiji, work is not only an .
Source : http://www.mkgandhi.org/ppt/WelfareofAll-AnInitiativeBySarvodayaMandal.ppsx
Presentation Summary : Business Ethics Social Audit Gerald ... Gandhiji’s views on labour management relations My ideal is that capital and labour should supplement and help each other.
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Presentation Summary : Gandhiji even stay there despite cried and didn’t leave the handle of Tonga. Other passengers sitting in the Tonga rebuked the Tongaman.
Source : http://becomegandhi.com/ppt/ppt_english.ppt
Presentation Summary : INDIGO The Life of Mahatama Gandhi By Louis Fischer * * * * * * * * * The school at Bhitharwa near Bettiah in Champaran built by Gandhiji. As it existed then.
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Presentation Summary : Title: Women Empowerment: key to population stabilization Author: Harshal R Salve Kapil Yadav Chandrakant S Pandav Last modified by: Eugene Created Date
Source : http://www.pitt.edu/~super4/42011-43001/43001.ppt
Presentation Summary : Means and ends can be on the same plane, e.g. political means and political ends. But for Gandhiji, the political ends were grounded in moral means.
Source : http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/resistance/course_timetable/satyagraha_and_sa.ppt
Presentation Summary : Aim of the Chipko Movement The main aim of ... GANDHIJI Bahuguna ... Children as Mediators. ` Chipko movement teach us CHIPKO MEANS -FOREST DEPARTMENT ...
Source : http://gyanpedia.in/Portals/0/General%20Topics/optsub_Att_general_4_ChipkoGTV.ppt
Presentation Summary : Personal Reading History Kavita Shah Major Influences My Father ... He inspired me to read about Gandhiji and helped me keep up with current politics by reading ...
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Presentation Summary : ... but by the acquisition of the capacity by all to resist authority when abused - Gandhiji Principles of Devolution 73rd and 74th Constitutional ...
Source : http://www.fdrindia.org/presentations/EmpoweringLocalGovernments-30-31July-2004-Pune-By-Sanjay.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... but by the acquisition of the capacity by all to resist authority when abused - Gandhiji Key Governance Reforms Needed Electoral Reforms Process ...
Source : http://www.fdrindia.org/presentations/WhatCanCivilSocietyDo-ISEC-Karnataka-2002-03-14.ppt
Presentation Summary : MADRAS DAY - 22ND August Rare Photographs of Madras CONGRESS ACTIVITY IN MADRAS Gandhiji in madras railway station Gandhiji in madras in 1947 Lord Errkine in chariot ...
Source : http://www.educationalservice.net/2011/september/old_chennai.pps
Presentation Summary : ... Interestingly "The Anandilal Podar Trust” hold’s the distinction of being the only private trust of which Mahatma Gandhiji accepted trusteeship ...
Source : http://www.podarskills.org/29436Podar_Skills_Presentation.ppt