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NATIONALISM IN INDIA CLASS 10 HISTORY CHAPTER 3 EPISODE 1IN HINDI FT PUSTACK Full HD EPI.1

NATIONALISM IN INDIA CLASS 10 HISTORY CHAPTER 3 EPISODE 1IN HINDI FT PUSTACK Full HD EPI.1

HELLO EVERONNE WELCOME TO HISTORY CHAPTER 3 NATIONALISM IN INIDA British elizabeti India was one of the most powerful nation and most developed nation in the world voila Kaname me in yoga 25 to 35 percent share with other in wartime touch of indium a good time by a mantra empire called condoisseur tonight or daily serfdom in Karratha 16th century india mein moo girl is sick or Marat Hosny Rubio was give up friends just suggest the India tea…

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Claude Hagège at MIT, 2001 – English as Global Language: Real or Imagined Threat?

Claude Hagège at MIT, 2001 – English as Global Language: Real or Imagined Threat?

PRESENTER: CBBS, which is the Center for Bicultural Bilingual Studies at MIT, has kindly asked me to introduce Professor Hagege to you this afternoon. And I feel extremely honored and privileged to do so. So some of you may have listened to him last night. And if you have, and have come back, it’s because you know that you are in for a treat again. And if you have not yet listened to him and heard him, you will soon…

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The Seven Years War: Crash Course World History #26

The Seven Years War: Crash Course World History #26

Hi, my name is John Green, This is Crash Course World History. Oh my gosh! Today we’re going to talk about war. Ah! Explosions everywhere! So, traditionally, historians are pretty keen on wars, because they feature clearly delineated beginnings, and middles, and ends, and because they always have a fair bit of death and drama and mortally wounded generals who have great last words like “Let us cross the river and rest under the shade of those trees,” whereas the…

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Alexander the Great and the Situation … the Great? Crash Course World History #8

Alexander the Great and the Situation … the Great? Crash Course World History #8

Hi there my name’s John Green; this is Crash Course World History, and today we’re gonna talk about Alexander the Great, but to do that we’re going to begin by talking about ideals of masculinity and heroism and Kim Kardashian and the Situation. Mr Green, Mr Green, Mr. Green! Which Situation? Oh, Me from the Past, I forgot you wanted to go to Columbia. Me from the Present regrets to inform you that you do not get in. But since…

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Michael Mitchell “Canada in my Pocket”

Michael Mitchell “Canada in my Pocket”

I’ve got Canada in my pocket, a little bit of history A penny and a nickel and a quarter and a dime mean a lot to you and me It’s more than pocket money, they’re the symbols of our land They’re pictures of important things for which this country stands. The maple leaf, the maple leaf, is a beautiful sight to see It waves ‘Hello!” to us below from the branch of a maple tree And with every year that…

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Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I: Crash Course World History #36

Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I: Crash Course World History #36

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course World History, and today we’re gonna talk about World War I. The so-called, Great War? World War I wasn’t the most destructive war, or the first total war, and it certainly wasn’t – despite its billing – the war to end all wars. But it was the war to change all wars. World War I changed our outlook, it normalized cynicism and irony, which, I think you’ll agree, are kind of dominant…

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Trump and Putin in Historical Perspective: How We Got into the New Cold War

Trump and Putin in Historical Perspective: How We Got into the New Cold War

I’m Betsy Cannon Smith, class of ’84, and I’m delighted to introduce William Taubman, the Bertrand Snell Professor of Political Science emeritus. Professor Taubman is celebrating 50 years at Amherst College this fall; 1967 he arrived. Congratulations. [APPLAUSE] And among us tonight are many who’ve studied with the Taubmans, both folks in this room of course and watching live. With combined degrees from Harvard, Yale, and Columbia, the Professors Taubman, Bill and his wife, Jane, who is in the audience…

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The Atlantic Slave Trade: Crash Course World History #24

The Atlantic Slave Trade: Crash Course World History #24

Hi, my name is John Green, this is Crash Course World History and today we’re gonna talk about slavery. Slavery is not funny. In fact, it is very near the top of the list of things that aren’t funny, so today’s episode is gonna be a little light on the jokes but, I’m gonna help you understand what pre-Civil War Americans often euphemistically refer to as “the peculiar institution.” [Intro Music] Slavery is as old as civilization itself, although it…

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Real life HUNGER GAMES – children of Donbass ask Jennifer Lawrence AND Katniss Everdeen help!

Real life HUNGER GAMES – children of Donbass ask Jennifer Lawrence AND Katniss Everdeen help!

Dear Jennifer Lawerence! We want to congratulate you on the success of your new “Hunger Games” movie! We are big fans of the movies, and have read the books. Unfortunatly we don’t have a chance to watch the last chapter of the trilogy, because we are in Donetsk – a city besieged by Ukranian army. Donetsk too was part of Ukraine, but when we didn’t agree with a nationalist coup in Kiev in 2014, and peacefully came out to demand…

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The Future of Education – Yuval Noah Harari & Russell Brand – Penguin Talks

The Future of Education – Yuval Noah Harari & Russell Brand – Penguin Talks

(audience applause) – I’m here to talk about our future, both the future of our species, homo sapiens, and about your own personal future. And nobody really knows what the world would look like in 2050. The only thing we know for sure is that it will be a very, very different world than today. And perhaps, the most important thing to know about the future is that humans will soon be hackable animals, animals that can be hacked. There…

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