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Sources of Information are : -
◆ British Documents - The British ruled over India for almost two hundred years. The records of reforms - Morley-Minto Reforms , Government of India Act and the Reports of Simon Commission , etc are important sources of information. They tell us the condition of the people as well as administration of that time.
◆ Newspaper - London Times and vernacular papers (Bal Gangadhar Tilak's Kesari in Marathi) are important sources of the history of modern period.
◆ Internet or Databases - Digital South Asia Library and the British Library's Oriental and Indian Office Collections provide us a lot of information.
◆ Books - Many books were written and printed during this period which are preserved in public and private libraries. Most books are available even now , as they have been reprinted from time to time. They are an important source of information of the modern period. The poetry/prose/drama/stories/autobiographies/biographies written in this duration , give us an insight into the conditions of that time.
◆ Old buildings and artifacts and people of that time : - They tell us the tales of past. Many people who participated in the freedom struggle and saw the important changes , share their experiences which throw light on the life of the people and the conditions that existed.
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a right is ‘unenumerated’, if it has been assumed to be a “fundamental rights”.
explanation:right is different fundamental rights are listed in constitution. unenumerated right are legal rights but aren’t themselves expressly coded or "enumerated" among the law of the explicit writ.from the “article 21 of indian constitution” deals with the ‘right to life and right to personal liberty’. according to article- “not any person can be ‘deprived of full life’ or any personal liberty except is ‘according to the procedure’ established by the law.”