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Jawaharlal Nehru salutes the flag as he becomes independent India's first Prime minister on August 15, 1947 during the Independence Day ceremony at Red Fort, New delhi India

Jawaharlal Nehru salutes the flag as he becomes independent India's first Prime minister on August 15, 1947 during the Independence Day ceremony at Red Fort, New delhi India

Chinese villagers welcome the arrival of tractors purchased by a farmers' cooperative in April 1958, during the Great Leap Forward campaign. The disastrous modernization program ended in China's great famine and tens of millions of deaths.

A Grim Chronicle Of China's Great Famine

Chinese villagers welcome the arrival of tractors purchased by a farmers' cooperative in April 1958, during the Great Leap Forward campaign. The disastrous modernization program ended in China's great famine and tens of millions of deaths.

Chronology of communal violence in India

Chronology of communal violence in India

At Hiroshima’s 70th Anniversary, Japan Again Mourns Dawn of Atomic Age - The New York Times

At Hiroshima’s 70th Anniversary, Japan Again Mourns Dawn of Atomic Age

Muslim refugees crowd atop a train leaving New Delhi for Pakistan in September 1947.

India's 1947 Partition And The 'Deadly Legacy' That Persists To This Day

Muslim refugees crowd atop a train leaving New Delhi for Pakistan in September 1947.

Rumors of cow killings

Rumors of Cow Killings in India Deepen Rift Between Hindus and Muslims

Not just Modi: Guide to riots before 2002 and after - Firstpost

Not just Modi: Guide to riots before 2002 and after - Firstpost

Caste and social inequality persist in India, but the poor are now political in a way unheard of in the decades after independence.

Modi’s India: Caste, Inequality and the Rise of Hindu Nationalism

Caste and social inequality persist in India, but the poor are now political in a way unheard of in the decades after independence.

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