Synonyms for pataskar or Related words with pataskar

amrishbhai              sadaguru              manokar              shashibala              yaleeka              gokulbhai              aanandavalli              varsharuthu              sreevaru              kannukkutty              udhbav              devamanohari              kadarji              siritanakke              premnarayan              thalageri              gopikuttan              sanrakshak              sheonath              cottari              koccharlakota              suryaprakasa              marunattil              urangoo              shastriindira              dwitio              singhbhupinder              naviloora              kolasani              karatgeneral              bhagyachakra              loveraj              paarvana              pattamboochi              khannalyrics              chhatrapal              pattathuvila              piththan              cheruppakkar              vilayum              bhaaryamaar              maathave              harlal              gurulingajangam              premalaya              sruthilayalu              kannulla              meenati              ranadip              vidyasankar             



Examples of "pataskar"
Hari Vinayak Pataskar was an Indian lawyer and politician who was a member of the Constituent Assembly of India and a former Governor of Madhya Pradesh. In 1963, he was awarded the Padma Vibhushan, the second highest civilian honour in India, for services in Public Affairs.
The government then introduced the "Constitution (Eighth Amendment) Bill, 1955" (Bill No. 73 of 1955), which sought to amend article 3. The new bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 9 December 1955, by H.V. Pataskar, then Minister of Legal Affairs, and sought to amend Article 3 of the Constitution. It was debated by the Lok Sabha on 12 and 13 December and passed in its original form on 13 December 1955. After being passed by the House, the Speaker substituted the bracket and words "(Eighth Amendment)" in clause I of the Bill by the brackets and words "(Fifth Amendment)", through a formal amendment. This Bill, as so changed, was considered and passed by the Rajya Sabha on 15 December 1955.
The Indian Constituent Assembly was established on 9 December 1946, for drafting a Constitution when India became independent. The Constituent Assembly witnessed fierce debates on the language issue. The adoption of a National Language, the language in which the Constitution was to be written in and the language in which the proceedings of the Constituent Assembly were to be conducted were the main linguistic questions debated by the framers of the Constitution. On one side were members from the "Hindi-speaking provinces" like Algu Rai Sastri, R.V. Dhulekar, Balkrishna Sharma, Purushottam Das Tandon, (all from United Provinces), Babunath Gupta (Bihar), Hari Vinayak Pataskar (Bombay) and Ravi Shankar Shukla, Seth Govind Das (Central Provinces and Berar). They moved a large number of pro-Hindi amendments and argued for adopting Hindi as the sole National Language. On 10 December 1946, Dhulekar declared "People who do not know Hindustani have no right to stay in India. People who are present in the House to fashion a constitution for India and do not know Hindustani are not worthy to be members of this assembly. They had better leave."