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  1. World War I would prove to be a watershed in the imperial relationship between Britain and India. 1.4 million Indian and British soldiers of the British Indian Army would take part in the war, and their participation would have a wider cultural fallout: news of Indian soldiers fighting and dying with British soldiers, as well as soldiers from dominions like Canada and Australia, would travel ...

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  3. Located on a plot of land eight times larger than those of nearby houses, the compound was surrounded by a 3.7-to-5.5-metre (12 to 18 ft) concrete wall topped with barbed wire. It had two security gates, and the third-floor balcony had a 2.1-metre-high (7 ft) privacy wall, tall enough to hide the 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) bin Laden.

  4. Aug 02, 2017 · This Book was ranked at 30 by Google Books for keyword Medical. Book ID of Making Medical Knowledge 's Books is npZJCAAAQBAJ, Book which was written byMiriam Solomonhave ETAG "2ZlTx4sHBHY" Book which was published by OUP Oxford since 2015-04-02 have ISBNs, ISBN 13 Code is 9780191046988 and ISBN 10 Code is 0191046981.

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  6. The purpose of research is to find out how innovation affects customer satisfaction and brand loyalty in mobile phones used by its users in Pakistan. Data was collected from the users of cellular products in vicinity of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. The data was collected from 300 users through questionnaires.

  7. Paramahansa Yogananda (1893–1952) founded the Yogoda Satsanga Society (YSS) of India in 1917. With the blessings of his guru Sri Yukteswar, he then traveled to the United States in 1920 where he eventually established the American branch of the YSS known as the Self-Realization Fellowship to teach Kriyā-yoga and “original Christianity.”