ALL-PARTIES CONFERENCES (more aptly, ALL-PARTY CONFERENCES), a series of conventions which took place in 1928 bringing together representatives of various political parties and communities in India with a view to working out a mutually agreed formula for the country\'s constitutional advance in response to the invitation of the British government.
NEHRU COMMITTEE REPORT AND THE SIKHS. Constitutional reforms introduced under the Government of India Act, 1919, did not satisfy the Indian public opinion which continued to press for a fully responsible government in India. The Act itself contained a provision that after ten years a statutory commission would be
RAJINDER SINGH (1932-1995), or Qaumi Ektd (both had become synonymous), was born on 9 October 1932 at Mandi Bahauddin. Qaumi Ektd and its editor Sardar Rajinder Singh were two reflections of one single reality. One could not be dissected from the other. Nor was it possible to analyse or