"Once I am gone, he will do what I am doing now. Then he will speak my language too," said Mahatma Gandhi in his speech to the AICC on January 25, 1942The background of this speech is the CWC resolution passed in its meeting on 30 December, 1941. The British government had announced India s participation in World War II, without consulting the Indian leaders, and more importantly without committing itself to India s independence after the war. There was widespread resentment and the people were restive with the individual satyagraha . The Bardoli resolution reflected the popular mood and Congress s response to it. The resolution also sought to finetune the doctrinaire insistence on nonviolence both for the Congress party and the future government of India. Nehru was supposed to be main brain behind this resolution and defended it vigorously at the Wardha meeting of AICC in January 1942, sharply attacking its opponents. So sharp was Nehru s attack on absolute reliance on nonviolence even as an instrument of state policy, that it left Rajendra Prasad quite upset as noted by Gandhiji in this speech.
IN 2016 THE World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Britain to be officially free from measles, a highly infectious illness that killed about 110,000 people around the world in 2017. The success was short lived. After 991 infections were recorded in England and Wales in 2018, the WHO revoked Britain s disease free label.Cases of measles are rising in many countries, fuelled in part by conspiracy theories claiming that vaccines given to children cause autism (they do not). Anti vaxxers have long used internet forums and social media to spread their nonsense. Matt Hancock, Britain s health minister, would like to see that stopped. In March he said that internet giants such as Facebook and Google should have a duty of care to their users, putting them in the same legal position as schools or doctors. If firms would not stop the spread of anti vaccination messages voluntarily, said Mr Hancock, he would consider changing the law to force them to do so.
NEW DELHI : India is committed to further improving its people friendly tax regime, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, as Asia s third largest economy seeks to attract more overseas investment to spur growth.The government has cut corporate tax rates and introduced a nationwide goods and services charge to integrate the nation s economy, Modi said in a speech at Aditya Bira Group s golden jubilee celebrations in Thailand on Sunday.
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams and Steve Bertrand of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of the Chicago Tribune, and Heather Cherone of the Daily Line. They begin by discussing ongoing negotiations between Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union. The Rascals move on to discuss the morning ''s impeachment House vote. And this time Trumpland goes local, with President Trump having visited with the International Association of Chiefs of Police in Chicago Monday. The Rascals weigh in on the president ''s criticism of Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson in his speech that morning. Finally, the group debates whether or not trick or treating ought to be postponed due to inclement weather.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke to a crowd of students, academics and journalists at Georgetown University on Thursday amid increasing criticism for the way Facebook handles misinformation, political advertising and false claims on the network.The 35 year old billionaire s live streamed speech was a rare forum for the notoriously private tech founder. Both he and Facebook have typically relied on company blog posts and private meetings to tackle criticism. His speech at Georgetown was one of the first widely broadcast monologues from Zuckerberg on freedom of speech, echoing the framework of a political stump speech.
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His speech, which came ahead of an address on the same topic by Attorney General William Barr, ratchets up the pressure on Facebook as the US and allied governments renew their push to weaken the digital protections around the messages billions of people exchange each day.Wray's speech is part of a renewed push by the American, Australian, and British governments to force tech companies to help them circumvent the encryption that helps keeps digital communications secure
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday shared the speech of US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi who applauded his commitment to tackle climate change.
Siddiq, performed by Avi Nash, joined the present as Carl s (Chandler Riggs) vessel of hope again in 2017, used to remind father Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) of their earlier methods the place new survivors had been welcomed and never shunted with hostility.Whereas he s largely remained a supporting participant since, Siddiq had his greatest second but final season delivering a shifting speech to camp because the lone survivor from Alpha s brutal bloodbath which killed over ten folks.
TwitterEmailPhotograph: Justin Sullivan Getty ImagesFacebookTwitterEmailSenator Kamala Harris has a message for Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: It s past time to eject President Trump, America s Tweeter in Chief, from the platform. On Tuesday, the presidential hopeful penned a letter to Dorsey pointing to several recent Trump tweets, including the now infamous Civil War tweet and several targeting the whistle blower and House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff, as evidence that the president has violated Twitter s policies against harassment and incitement of violence.donald trumpA Running List of People Donald Trump Has Blocked on TwitterAshley FeinbergSocial MediaTwitter CEO Jack Dorsey Met With President TrumpLouise Matsakissocial mediaTwitter #39;s Never Going to Ban Donald TrumpAshley FeinbergAccording to Twitter, the company has received the letter and intends to respond. Who wants to guess what that response is going to be? Presumably, it s gonna be a fancy No. The history of Trump s presidency and Twitter s own rules practically guarantee it.
Attorney General Keith Ellison and Human Rights Commissioner Rebecca Lucero said in an opinion piece published in Thursday s Star Tribune that Minnesota is opting not to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court because they d probably lose due to the limited facts on record and the Supreme Court s current composition.A divided three judge panel of the 8th Circuit in August reinstated the lawsuit filed by Telescope Media Group of St. Cloud, agreeing with Christian filmmakers Carl and Angel Larsen that videos are a form of speech with protections under the First Amendment. A lower court had dismissed the case two years earlier.
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Some people on the internet have apparently been enraged by the platforms that the 16 year old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg is getting to present her views. Thunberg was recently invited to address world leaders at the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York. Her passionate speech did not resonate with everyone, with some wondering why they should be listening to a child and not an expert, and some others finding her irritating .
There s been no shortage of outrage directed at activist Greta Thunberg after her passionate speech at the UN Climate Action Climate Action Summit but an Australian comedian has come up with an ingenious solution for her haters.ABC 730 comedian Mark Humphries shared a satirical video about The Greta Thunberg Helpline a service for adults angry at a child and it understandably went viral.