Jawaharlal - translation to german
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Jawaharlal - translation to german

PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA FROM 1947 TO 1964
Nehru; Jawalharlal Nehru; Jawaharial Nehru; Nehru, Jawaharlal; Pandit Nehru; Jawahar Lal Nehru; Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru; Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru; J nehru; J. nehru; Pandit Jawarharlal Nehru; Nehruvian; Jawarharalal Nehru; Prime Minister Nehru; जवाहरलाल नेहरू; Javâher-e La'al; Javaher-e La'al; Nehruism; Jawaharlal; Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru; Pundit Nehru; Jawarlahal Nehru; Joe Nehru; Nehruvian socialism; Jaharlal Neheru; Death of Jawaharlal Nehru; Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru; Javaharlal Nehru; India's first prime minister; Jawahar Lal; J. L. Nehru; India First PM; First Prime Minister of India; Chacha Nehru; Draft:Nehruism; Jawahar Nehru; PM Nehru; J. Nehru; Jawarhalal Nehru; Influence and legacy of Jawaharlal Nehru; JL Nehru; Pandit Ji; Chacha Pandit; Nehruji; Nehru ji; Social policy of Jawaharlal Nehru
  • USSR]] commemorative stamp
  • commemorating]] the birth centenary of Nehru in 1989.
  • [[Anand Bhawan]] the Nehru family home in [[Allahabad]]
  • Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi in 1929
  • Gandhi and Nehru during the drafting of [[Quit India Resolution]] in [[Bombay]], August 1942,
  • Nehru meeting with Chancellor [[Konrad Adenauer]] and [[Deutsche Bank]] chairman [[Hermann Josef Abs]] during a state visit to West Germany in June 1956.
  • disputed territories of India]]
  • [[Indira Gandhi]], Nehru, [[Rajiv Gandhi]] and [[Sanjay Gandhi]] in June 1949
  • Nehru receiving US President [[Dwight D. Eisenhower]] at Parliament House, 1959
  • Nehru with Indonesian president [[Sukarno]] in [[Jakarta]] in 1950
  • Nehru's room at Ahmednagar fort where he was incarcerated from 1942 to 1945, and where he wrote ''[[The Discovery of India]]''
  • Nehru as the main campaigner of the Indian National Congress, 1951–52 elections
  • Nehru, President-elect of the Lahore session of the Indian National Congress in 1929, with the outgoing President, his father Motilal
  • Indira]]
  • Jawaharlal with his parents [[Swarup Rani Nehru]] (left) and [[Motilal Nehru]] in the 1890s
  • Nehru during the construction of the [[Bhakra Dam]] in the Punjab, 1953
  • Nehru in [[Karachi]] after returning from [[Lausanne]], [[Switzerland]] with the ashes of his wife [[Kamla Nehru]] in March 1936
  • Nehru at an [[antibiotics]] manufacturing facility, [[Poona]], 1956
  • Nehru in a procession at [[Peshawar]], [[North-West Frontier Province]], 14 October 1937
  • Nehru on a visit to Egypt in June 1938
  • Bust of Nehru at [[Aldwych]], London
  • Nehru with Albert Einstein in Princeton, New Jersey, 1949
  • Gandhi, Nehru, and [[Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan]] at the Congress Working Committee meeting in Wardha in September 1939
  • Nehru with Indian Nobel-prize-winning poet [[Rabindranath Tagore]] in 1936
  • Second Five-Year Plan]] in the late 1950s.
  • Nehru playing with a tiger cub at his home in 1955
  • Nehru with [[Gamal Abdel Nasser]] and [[Josip Broz Tito]] in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1961
  • Bust of Nehru at [[Peace Palace]], [[The Hague]]
  • Nehru and Kamala Kaul at their wedding in Delhi, 1916
  • Lord Mountbatten]] swears in Nehru as the first Prime Minister of independent India on 15 August 1947
  • Vijaya Lakshmi]] (b. August 1900) and Jawaharlal
  • Prime Minister Nehru with Edwina Mountbatten in 1951
  • A young Nehru dressed in a cadet's uniform at [[Harrow School]] in England
  • Jawaharlal Nehru, Barrister-at-Law
  • Nehru distributes sweets among children at [[Nongpoh]], Meghalaya
  • Nehru inspecting the troops on a visit to the Srinagar Brigade Headquarters Military Hospital, April 1948
  • Nehru visiting an Indian soldier recovering from injuries at the Brigade Headquarters Military Hospital in Srinagar, Kashmir
  • Nehru and the Congress party members of his interim government after being sworn in by the Viceroy, [[Lord Wavell]], 2 September 1946
  • Nehru signing the [[Indian Constitution]] c.1950
  • Nehru with John F. Kennedy at the White House, 7 November 1961
  • Nehru and [[Mao Zedong]] in Beijing, China, October 1954
  • 1960 Commonwealth Conference]], [[Windsor Castle]]
  • Nehru with the Seva Dal volunteer corps in Allahabad, 1940
  • Nehru's study in [[Teen Murti Bhavan]], which is now converted into a museum.
  • [[Teen Murti Bhavan]], Nehru's official residence as prime minister, is now a museum.

Jawaharlal      
Jawaharlal, male first name (Indian)
Jawaharlal      
n. Jawaharlal, männlicher Vorname (Indisch)
Nehru      
n. Nehru, Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964), Indiens erster Premierminister

Wikipedia

Jawaharlal Nehru

Jawaharlal Nehru ( or ; Hindi: [ˈdʒəʋɑːɦəɾˈlɑːl ˈneːɦɾuː] (listen); juh-WAH-hurr-LAHL NE-hǝ-ROO; 14 November 1889 – 27 May 1964) was an Indian anti-colonial nationalist, secular humanist, social democrat, statesman and author who was a central figure in India during the middle of the 20th century. Nehru was a principal leader of the Indian nationalist movement in the 1930s and 1940s. Upon India's independence in 1947, he became the first Prime Minister of India, serving for 16 years. Nehru promoted parliamentary democracy, secularism, and science and technology during the 1950s, powerfully influencing India's arc as a modern nation. In international affairs, he successfully maintained India's neutrality throughout the Cold War. A well-regarded author, his books written in prison, such as Letters from a Father to His Daughter (1929), Glimpses of World History (1934), An Autobiography (1936), and The Discovery of India (1946), have been read around the world. The honorific Pandit has been commonly applied before his name.

The son of Motilal Nehru, a prominent lawyer and Indian nationalist, Jawaharlal Nehru was educated in England—at Harrow School and Trinity College, Cambridge, and trained in the law at the Inner Temple. He became a barrister, returned to India, and enrolled at the Allahabad High Court but never got truly interested in the legal profession. Instead, he gradually began to take an interest in national politics, which eventually became a full-time occupation. He joined the Indian National Congress, rose to become the leader of a progressive faction during the 1920s, and eventually of the Congress, receiving the support of Mahatma Gandhi who was to designate Nehru as his political heir. As Congress president in 1929, Nehru called for complete independence from the British Raj. Nehru and the Congress dominated Indian politics during the 1930s. Nehru promoted the idea of the secular nation-state in the 1937 Indian provincial elections, allowing the Congress to sweep the elections, and form governments in several provinces. In September 1939, the Congress ministries resigned to protest Viceroy Lord Linlithgow's decision to join the war without consulting them. After the All India Congress Committee's Quit India Resolution of 8 August 1942, senior Congress leaders were imprisoned and for a time the organisation was crushed. Nehru, who had reluctantly heeded Gandhi's call for immediate independence, and had desired instead to support the Allied war effort during World War II, came out of a lengthy prison term to a much-altered political landscape. The Muslim League, under Muhammad Ali Jinnah, had come to dominate Muslim politics in the interim. In the 1946 provincial elections, Congress won the elections, but the League won all the seats reserved for Muslims, which the British interpreted to be a clear mandate for Pakistan in some form. Nehru became the interim prime minister of India in September 1946, with the League joining his government with some hesitancy in October 1946.

Upon India's independence on 15 August 1947, Nehru gave a critically acclaimed speech, "Tryst with Destiny"; he was sworn in as the Dominion of India's prime minister and raised the Indian flag at the Red Fort in Delhi. On 26 January 1950, when India became a republic within the Commonwealth of Nations, Nehru became the Republic of India's first prime minister. He embarked on an ambitious program of economic, social, and political reforms. Nehru promoted a pluralistic multi-party democracy. In foreign affairs, he played a leading role in establishing the Non-Aligned Movement, a group of nations that did not seek membership in the two main ideological blocs of the Cold War.

Under Nehru's leadership, the Congress emerged as a catch-all party, dominating national and state-level politics and winning elections in 1951, 1957 and 1962. Nehru remained popular with the Indian people and his premiership, spanning 16 years and 286 days—which is, to date, the longest in India—ended with his death on 27 May 1964 due to a heart attack.

Widely recognized as the greatest figure of modern India after Mahatma Gandhi, Nehru is also hailed as the "architect of Modern India", for his contributions in nation building, securing democracy, and preventing an ethnic civil war. His birthday is celebrated as Children's Day in India.

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1. Nach Anuradha Chenoy, Wissenschaftlerin für internationale Beziehungen an der Jawaharlal Nehru Universität, Delhi, "wird die neue Regierung mit ihrer Wirtschaftspolitik vornehmlich dem Kurs der vorherigen folgen.
2. Von einem sehr wichtigen Wendepunkt spricht Professor Anand Kumar vom Zentrum für das Studium Sozialer Systeme an der Jawaharlal–Nehru–Universität in Delhi.
3. Arun Kumar, bekannter Wirtschaftsprofessor an der Jawaharlal Nehru University in Neu Delhi, glaubt sogar belegen zu können, dass 2005 knapp 40 Prozent des indischen Bruttoinlandsproduktes ohne jegliche Besteuerung erwirtschaftet wurde.
4. Muni, Sicherheitsexperte an der Jawaharlal–Nehru–Universität in Delhi, glaubt, dass eine Lösung letztendlich nur auf eine Bestätigung des territorialen Status Quo hinauslaufen kann÷ "Ich habe den Eindruck, China wird akzeptieren müssen, dass Arunachal Pradesh bei Indien bleiben wird.
5. "Wer kein Geld hat, hat so gut wie keine Chance auf Bildung und somit keine Chance auf sozialen Aufstieg", kritisiert Jayati Ghosh, Ökonomie–Professorin an der Jawaharlal–Nehru–Universität in Neu–Delhi.