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- n. The act, process or result of Indianizing.
- n. The practice, towards the end of the British Raj, of promoting Indian people to more senior positions in the civil service.
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Side by side with this progressive Indianisation of the Executive of which we are witnessing only the first stage, the Indianisation of the administrative departments and of the public services, and not least of the Indian
If they insist on my being a hewer of wood and a drawer of water for a metropolitan boss, perhaps they prefer a colonial-metropolitan relationship at the level of my joining the demand for a complete responsible government and the complete West Indianisation of the Trinidad Civil Service. ''
The Indianisation of Brazilian model Giselle Monterio has been the biggest 'makeunder' story in Vir Pratap Singh is a bachelor from a small town working as a sous-chef in a five-star After her debut with Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, Anushka Sharma has now signed her first Aditya Chopra's promising debutant Anushka Sharma continues her run as a big league player.
The Indianisation of English had a role to play in consolidating contemporary English in India.
"They would be planning some customisation and Indianisation of their strategy because there is no clear cut global strategy that you can apply to India," said Shringhi.
"He is a mix of modern aggression and mellow Indianisation.