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This woman 👩 displayed a women moment right there, no madame your dollar was not devalued because it was printed recklessly, well yes it might be a reason but your nation has been on it since decades now.
What is the real tipping point is the brinkmanship your nations leaders display due the power of dollar especially after rassssiyaaa inavsion of uckraine.
 

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Chronological list of famines in India between 1765 and 1947[31]
YearName of famine (if any)British territoryIndian kingdoms/Princely statesMortality
1769–1770Great Bengal FamineBihar, Western Bengal2-10 million[32][33]
1783–1784Chalisa famineDelhi, Western Oudh, Eastern Punjab region, Rajputana, and Kashmir11 million people may have died during the years 1782–1784. Severe famine. Large areas were depopulated.[34]
1791–1792Doji bara famine or Skull famineMadras PresidencyHyderabad, Southern Maratha country, Deccan, Gujarat, and Marwar11 million perished during the years 1788–1794. One of the most severe famines known. People died in such numbers that they could not be cremated or buried.[35]
1837–1838Agra famine of 1837–1838Central Doab and trans-Jumna districts of the North-Western Provinces (later Agra Province), including Delhi and Hissar0.8 million (or 800,000).[36]
1860–1861Upper Doab famine of 1860–1861Upper Doab of Agra; Delhi and Hissar divisions of the PunjabEastern Rajputana2 million [36]
1865–1867Orissa famine of 1866Orissa (also 1867) and Bihar; Bellary and Ganjam districts of Madras1 million (Orissa) and approximately 4-5 million in the entire region [37]
1868–1870Rajputana famine of 1869Ajmer, Western Agra, Eastern PunjabRajputana1.5 million (mostly in the princely states of Rajputana) [38]
1873–1874Bihar famine of 1873–1874BiharBecause of an extensive relief effort organized by the Bengal government, there were little to no significant mortalities during the famine [39]
1876–1878Great Famine of 1876–1878 (also Southern India famine of 1876–1878)Madras and BombayMysore and Hyderabad5.5 million in British territory [36] Mortality unknown for princely states. Total famine mortality estimates vary from 6.1 to 10.3 million [40]
1896–1897Indian famine of 1896–1897Madras, Bombay Deccan, Bengal, United Provinces, Central Provinces. Also parts of Punjab specially Bagar tract.[41]Northern and eastern Rajputana, parts of Central India and Hyderabad5 million [42] (1 million in British territory.[36]) 12 - 16 Million (in British Territories according to contemporary Western journalist accounts)[46]


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[TD]1899–1900[/TD][TD]Indian famine of 1899–1900[/TD][TD]Bombay, Central Provinces, Berar, Ajmer. Also parts of Punjab specially Bagar tract.[41][/TD][TD]Hyderabad, Rajputana, Central India, Baroda, Kathiawar, Cutch,[/TD][TD]1 to 4.5 million (in British territories).[36] Mortality unknown for princely states. Estimated to be 3 to 10 million (in British territories according to contemporary scholars and economists)[47][/TD]
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[TD]1943–1944[/TD][TD]Bengal famine of 1943[/TD][TD]Bengal[/TD][TD][/TD]
[TD]1.5 million from starvation; 2.1 to 3 million including deaths from epidemics.[48][/TD]
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Thu ladkiyon pe dhyan Dena. Aisi serious bathein theri bas ki baat nahi.

Now go scream from rooftop again, I want wommmaaann.!!!
Okay so you want a debate.
Fine by me, pehle did I absolve churchill of his wrong doings?
I didnt, I just said that it's a long gone era.
And read the tweet, churchill was an asshole no doubt but tell me weren't the japs in control of indian ocean in 1942 and 43 .
The allies had distributed the responsibility to fight japs on naval front, Britain got indian ocean while Americans got pacific ocean.
The japnese literally outmached brits in indian ocean.
And the jap offensive was pushing brits back in India, the stilwell road or ledo road was not yet done and along with Commonwealth many chinese came to train here.
India for those few months was practicaliy defense less.
British adopted a scorched earth policy, destroyed boats and burned fields and poisioned wells to stop and halt japnese invaders.
The burma was the major supplier for rice in India at that time, and the government again feigned ignorance about the issue and thought that hoarders were hiding grains and that situation was not dire.
Bengal famine can't be seen in a isolated event, had the japnese really come they would have murdered more men and women than famine.
As for final causes
1) government apathy
2) fear of japnese invasion , a real And very real fear.
3) cyclone
4) hoarding
5) japnese domination of indian ocean and their targetting of any merchant supply ship
Thus most Mercantile vessels stayed away from these waters till japs went back to pacific
6) scorched earth policy.
As for my thinking about girls, apko kya lagta hai mai koi non serious chapri hu kya?
Lo dediye apko serious points, ispe elaborate kariye ya fir apne condescending aur insulting words apne paas rakhein.
Apko kis or topic pe serious behes chaiye, naam batao. Dusre ki kabiliyat pe shanka karne se pehle apni point of view ko ( IS ISSUE)pe proof karna better hai
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Yes sir just forget that 3 millions of your countrymen were starved to death, while jews tell anyone and everyone how 6 million were gassed to death.

Never forget and never forgive.
3 million of ours were killed in Bengal famine alone, if we count all the famines Britshits caused in our country during their illegal occupation the number would touch 8 digits.
 

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Chronological list of famines in India between 1765 and 1947[31]
YearName of famine (if any)British territoryIndian kingdoms/Princely statesMortality
1769–1770Great Bengal FamineBihar, Western Bengal2-10 million[32][33]
1783–1784Chalisa famineDelhi, Western Oudh, Eastern Punjab region, Rajputana, and Kashmir11 million people may have died during the years 1782–1784. Severe famine. Large areas were depopulated.[34]
1791–1792Doji bara famine or Skull famineMadras PresidencyHyderabad, Southern Maratha country, Deccan, Gujarat, and Marwar11 million perished during the years 1788–1794. One of the most severe famines known. People died in such numbers that they could not be cremated or buried.[35]
1837–1838Agra famine of 1837–1838Central Doab and trans-Jumna districts of the North-Western Provinces (later Agra Province), including Delhi and Hissar0.8 million (or 800,000).[36]
1860–1861Upper Doab famine of 1860–1861Upper Doab of Agra; Delhi and Hissar divisions of the PunjabEastern Rajputana2 million [36]
1865–1867Orissa famine of 1866Orissa (also 1867) and Bihar; Bellary and Ganjam districts of Madras1 million (Orissa) and approximately 4-5 million in the entire region [37]
1868–1870Rajputana famine of 1869Ajmer, Western Agra, Eastern PunjabRajputana1.5 million (mostly in the princely states of Rajputana) [38]
1873–1874Bihar famine of 1873–1874BiharBecause of an extensive relief effort organized by the Bengal government, there were little to no significant mortalities during the famine [39]
1876–1878Great Famine of 1876–1878 (also Southern India famine of 1876–1878)Madras and BombayMysore and Hyderabad5.5 million in British territory [36] Mortality unknown for princely states. Total famine mortality estimates vary from 6.1 to 10.3 million [40]
1896–1897Indian famine of 1896–1897Madras, Bombay Deccan, Bengal, United Provinces, Central Provinces. Also parts of Punjab specially Bagar tract.[41]Northern and eastern Rajputana, parts of Central India and Hyderabad5 million [42] (1 million in British territory.[36]) 12 - 16 Million (in British Territories according to contemporary Western journalist accounts)[46]


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[TD]1899–1900[/TD][TD]Indian famine of 1899–1900[/TD][TD]Bombay, Central Provinces, Berar, Ajmer. Also parts of Punjab specially Bagar tract.[41][/TD][TD]Hyderabad, Rajputana, Central India, Baroda, Kathiawar, Cutch,[/TD][TD]1 to 4.5 million (in British territories).[36] Mortality unknown for princely states. Estimated to be 3 to 10 million (in British territories according to contemporary scholars and economists)[47][/TD]
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[TD]1943–1944[/TD][TD]Bengal famine of 1943[/TD][TD]Bengal[/TD][TD][/TD]
[TD]1.5 million from starvation; 2.1 to 3 million including deaths from epidemics.[48][/TD]
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Famines were frequent, even before brits.
The deccan famine or Gujarat famine etc in mughal era no doubt angrez were spawns of devils iam not whitewashing them and also these famines were massive.
Only after 1960s we have stopped famines due to green revolution and increases food security with prograams like national nutrition program of 1997 probably
And the midday meal and the pds scheme so that large section of our population is covered
 

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3 million of ours were killed in Bengal famine alone, if we count all the famines Britshits caused in our country during their illegal occupation the number would touch 8 digits.
Mera comment is issue pe forum me behes na karna tha.
If folks want to I'm all in.
Anyway some western youtubers have cover this.
Watch the war against humanity series of ww2 on the bengal famine.
 

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Now no one will come, mazak uda lo bhag jao good good.👍
 

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Famines were frequent, even before brits.
The deccan famine or Gujarat famine etc in mughal era no doubt angrez were spawns of devils iam not whitewashing them and also these famines were massive.
Only after 1960s we have stopped famines due to green revolution and increases food security with prograams like national nutrition program of 1997 probably
And the midday meal and the pds scheme so that large section of our population is covered
Sar millions of Brown people starving to death is okay sar since they are Brown .
Now let see how many people died when the people where white.
Irish Famine (1740–1741) - Wikipedia
Death-300,000–480,000
Great Famine (Ireland) - Wikipedia
Death-1 million

1/3 of ireland population decimated
What did the British Gov’ do about it?
Sir Robert Peel prime the minister, at the start of the famine ,did try to implement some measures to help, but lost the vote in parliament, and had to resign, he was reappointed, and again had to resign, then came Lord John Russell, his government refused to stop the other food exports from Ireland, and then stopped the previous governments food and relief works, saying the market would provide the food required, Charles Trevelyan, who was in charge of the administration of government relief, limited the Government's food aid program because of a firm belief in laissez-faire, indeed there was very little real help, not before the famine had ripped through the entire country
 

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Sar millions of Brown people starving to death is okay sar since they are Brown .
Now let see how many people died when the people where white.
Irish Famine (1740–1741) - Wikipedia
Death-300,000–480,000
Great Famine (Ireland) - Wikipedia
Death-1 million

1/3 of ireland population decimated
What did the British Gov’ do about it?
Sir Robert Peel prime the minister, at the start of the famine ,did try to implement some measures to help, but lost the vote in parliament, and had to resign, he was reappointed, and again had to resign, then came Lord John Russell, his government refused to stop the other food exports from Ireland, and then stopped the previous governments food and relief works, saying the market would provide the food required, Charles Trevelyan, who was in charge of the administration of government relief, limited the Government's food aid program because of a firm belief in laissez-faire, indeed there was very little real help, not before the famine had ripped through the entire country
What ever they did in Ireland in not my concern.
Anyway this Laissez faire is from French Revolution era when the Mercantile classes wanted total monopoly on economy it was frightening and these groups were chielfy concerned with trading in orient ie our country freely and conduct themselves as they wished.
Thus you east india Company, iam not surprised.
True laissez faire is frightening.
Thing is what we can do to make brits pay for their crimes it's better we discuss that.
And yes they ignored the dying brown people and you mate, stop writing as if iam absolving out the brits of their crimes else this entire conversation is futile
 

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