The Proudest Day: India's Long Road to Independence

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Index
Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad 400
Abdullah, Sheikh Muhammad 495, 503
Abell, George 398, 401, 408, 419, 426, 44I-2, 485, 490, 494: London 444; map 490, 495
Addiscombe military academy 30
Aden 84, 115, 368
Administrative Consequences of Partition457-8
Afghanistan 12, 22, 29, 41-2, 49, 66, 86, I20, 183, 191: invasions 20, 66, 169; Lohanas tribe 94; wars 66-7, 69-70
Aga Khan 91, 93-4, 99, 218: Poona palace 329, 332
Age of Consent Act (1891) 80
Agra 12-13, 15, 29, 53, 123
Agriculture, Department of 85
ahimsa doctrine 143, 153, 160
Ahmed, Sir Sultan 307
Ahmedabad, Gujarat 70, 89, 155, 158-60, I76: All-India Central Committee 228; Congress 194-5; disturbances 400; mayor 199; revolts 329-30; satyagraha movement 166
Ahmednagar Fort gaol 329, 333, 346-7, 352, 355
Akbar (son of Hamayun) 12, 56
Akyab port 331, 335
Al-Hilal newspaper I I I
Alam, Shah (Mughal emperor) 21, 29
Alamgir 'World Conqueror' 15, see also Aurangzeb
Alexander, A.V. 373-4, 382, 387-8, 390, 401-2
Alexander, Horace 375, 384
Ali, Asaf 251, 317, 364, 903
Ali, Chaudhry Muhammad 463, 465, 465-6, 494-5
Ali, Choudhry Rahmat, Now or Never234, 276
Ali, Muhammad II I, 120, 183, 188-9, 191, I99, 202-3
Ali, Rashid 367
Ali, Shaukat 120, 183, 185, 188-9, 191, 202-3, 274
Ali, Wajid 48-9, 53, 382
Aligarh 29, 77-8, 92-3, III; Muslim University 189, 271
Alipore Central Gaol 202, 251-2
Allahabad (North-West Provinces) 21, 53, 75, 124, 126, 128; Brahmans 124; fort 55; Gandhi, Mahatma Mohandas I79-80, 235; High Court 123; Khilafat Committee 184; Muslim League 129, 263, 294; riots 368; Working Committee 327
All-India; 'Anti-Pakistan Day' 461; Cabinet 323; Depressed Classes 290, 379; Executive Council 316; federation 233, 249, 256, 284, 295; Khilafat Conference I9I; National Convention 217-18; Radio 319, 354, 458, 505; States' Peoples' Conference, Ludhiana 281; Students' Conference 328; Trade Union Congress 182, 221, 317, 328; union 379, 383
All-Indian Village Industries 262
All-Parties Conferences 212-15, 218
Almora gaol 258
Ambala 496
Ambedkar, Dr Bhimrao Ramji 185, 243-4, 248, 252, 265, 288, 290-I, 337-8, 377, 379. See also Independent Labour Party; untouchables

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