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man". (Minutes of the Third Meeting of the Research Projects Committee, held
on September 4, 1972 at the ICHR, New Delhi.) 22 Comments of the consultant on the thesis entitled "War and Diplomacy in Rajasthan (1707-1818)" by K S Rajora.
(Agenda for the Eleventh Meeting of the Research Projects Committee, held on
September 12, 1973 at the ICHR premises,pp 125-128.) 28 This has become particularly evident among students at the Centre
for Historical Studies at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New
Delhi. 2 A Manoranjan Jha, Role of the Central Legislatures in the Freedom Struggle^ sponsored by
the ICHR, National Book Trust, New Delhi 1972. 2 < Outline submitted by J P Mishra (Agenda for the Eleventh Meeting of the Research
Projects Committee, held on September 12, 1973, p 45).
26 V N Dutta, Professor of History of the Kurukshetra University, submitted an outline for a project which was initially entitled "Role of Haryana in the Freedom Struggle, 1857-1947.i) Approved in principle by the Research Projects Committee in its fourth meeting, the project became "Social Dimensions of the Nationalist Politics in South Punjab, 1858-1947." In the seventh meeting of the Committee, the title "Social Base of the Freedom Struggle in Haryana, 1857-1947,'9 was accepted. The eighth meeting of the Committee suggested that the professor be asked to submit a revised outline. The amount sought for this research project was Rs 24,360.
27 Notes on the Items on the Agenda: Second Meeting of the ICHR, January 10, 1973, p46.
28 The time capsule aptly ends on the note: "...Prime Minister Indira Gandhi called upon the non-aligned nations to carry forward the unfinished revolution of our time, political and economic."
a 9 The expression is Marx'S. See Marx and Engels On the Paris Commune, Progress Publishers, Moscow 1971, p 207.