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Analysis of Lal Bahadur Shastri's Tenure As PM: Lesson 2
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I have explained and analysed the tenure of Lal Bahadur Shastri as PM

Ankit Singh Rathore
LL.B from 'Campus Law Centre', Delhi University. Legal Intern at High Court, Delhi

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Action research - Stephen m Corey ?? Isn’t it plzz clear the doubt
the term is coined by Kurt n in education used by Stephen m core
  1. ur Lal Bahadur Shastri ira

  2. Course Proposed flow Prine Ministers Built the India of Today MAGYAR POSTA

  3. Ankit Singh Rathore Graduate (H) in Political Science Delhi University Major in International Law S LA Law from Campus Law Centre', North Campus, Delhi University Major in IPC, CrPC and Constitutional Law Fond of following Politics, Indian History and Culture Loves to Debate on various topics Legal Intern at High Court, New Delhi

  4. Economic Policies Amul Promoted White revolution National campaign to increase Milk production by supporting the flagbearer Amul milk Promoted Green Revolution - campaign to increase agricultural produce Establishment of Food Corporation of India 2

  5. Foreign Policies Continuation of Non-Alignment Policy Closer relations with Soviet Union Bandaranaike-Shastri pact with Sri Lankan PM Sirimavo Bandaranaike regrading status of Tamils in Sri Lanka Special attention to then developing China-Pakistan ties after 1962 war

  6. Defence Policies Aftermath of Sino-Indian war of 1962 and closer ties between China-Pakistan compelled Shastriji to expand the Defence budget . The budget expansion helped in 1965 Indo-Pak war where Indian troops succeeded in bringing Lahore City under attack. Although, a UN-mandated ceasefire was imposed, India . won the war keeping the national prestige intact

  7. Tenure Analysis Need of the hour economic policies Tashkent Treaty: India agreed to withdraw forces to pre-war status quo. However, the treaty did not contain a no-war pact or any conditions on the guerilla aggressions in Kashmir. > Continuation of NAM Strategic masterstroke to counter China Pak ties: Closer relations with Soviet Union Overcoming the failure-factors of 1962 war