The First Prime Minister of India Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru Indian National Congress Term of Office :- 15/08/1947 to 27/05/1964Birth and Death:-1889 - 1964
The Prime Ministers of India Name Term of Office Party From To Lal Bahadur 09/06/1964 11/01/1966 I.N.C. Shashtri 1904-1966 Indira Gandhi 24/01/1966 24/03/1977 1.N.C. 1917-1984 Morarji Desai 24/03/1977 28/07/1979 Janta Party 1896-1996I.N.C. = Indian National Congress
OUR NATIONAL SYMBOLS Hockey Peacock LotusFicus bengalensis The Ganga Aquatic Animal State Emblem The Tiger The Mango
ASHOK CHAKRA Awarded for most conspicuous bravery, or someact of daring or pre-eminent act of valour or self-sacrifice otherwise than inthe face of the enemy. The decoration may be awarded posthumously. If arecipient of the Chakra shall again perform such an act of gallantry as wouldhave made him or her eligible to receive the Chakra, such further act ofgallantry shall be recognized by a Bar to be attached to the riband by whichthe Chakra is suspended and, for every subsequent act of gallantry, anadditional Bar shall be added and every such Bar, a replica of the Chakra inminiature shall be added to the riband when worn alone
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THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA The Committee Formed :- 29/08/1947 The President of Committee :- Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Duration of Formation :- 2 years, 11 months, 18 days Constitution Completed On :-26th November, 1949 Constitution Implemented on :- 26th January,1950 Total Schedule :- 12 schedule PARLIAMENT LOK RAJYA SABHA SABHA (Council of State)(House of the People)
HOCKEYThe Indian Hockey Federation was formed at Gwalior in 1925.India joined the International Hockey Federation (FIH) in 1928.In the 1936 Berlin Olympics, Dhyan Chand, the captain of the team, scored 11 out of 38 goals.The first sporting achievement of independent India was the 1948 Olympic hockey gold medal.India has won a grand total of 8 Olympic gold medals in hockey.Sansarpur, a tiny village on the outskirts of Jalandhar, has the distinction of producing 9 Olympians - Gurmit Singh (1932), Udham Singh (1952, 56, 60, 64), Gurdev Singh (1956), Darshan Singh (1964), Jagjit Singh (1964, 68), Balbir Singh - Services, Balbir Singh - Punjab and Tarsem Singh (1968), and the World Cup winning captain Ajitpal Singh (1968, 72, 76).