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Among Patel's surviving family, Manibehn Patel lived in a flat in Mumbai for the rest of her life following her father's death ; she often led the work of the Sardar Patel Memorial Trust — which organises the prestigious annual Sardar Patel Memorial Lectures — and other charitable organisations.
For many decades after his death, there was a perceived lack of effort from the Government of India, the national media and the Congress party regarding the commemoration of Patel's life and work.
Patel's sincere and earnest efforts inspired Kurien to dedicate himself to the challenging task before them, so much so, that when Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was to visit Anand later, to inaugurate Amul's plant, he embraced Kurien for his groundbreaking work.

Patel's and is
Patel's birthday, 31 October, is celebrated nationally in India as Sardar Jayanti.
Patel's appointment is based on heredity criteria but can be removed if not fit or suitable.
The main deities of worship for Leva Patel's is Shreenathji and Radha-Krishna as well as Lord Swaminarayan as the form of Akshar-Purushotum ( BAPS ).

Patel's and by
Gandhi asked all 16 states representatives and Congress to elect the right person and Sardar Patel's name was proposed by 13 states representatives out of 16, but Patel respected Gandhi's request to not be the first prime minister.
The continuation of a divided and weak central government would in Patel's mind, result in the wider fragmentation of India by encouraging more than 600 princely states towards independence.
Patel's decisiveness on the partition of Punjab and Bengal had won him many supporters and admirers amongst the Indian public, which had tired of the League's tactics, but he was criticised by Gandhi, Nehru, secular Muslims and socialists for a perceived eagerness to do so.
Nehru's critics and Patel's admirers cite Nehru's belated embrace of Patel's advice regarding the UN and Kashmir and the integration of Goa by military action.
* 1993: The biopic Sardar was produced and directed by Ketan Mehta and featured noted Indian actor Paresh Rawal as Patel ; it focused on Patel's leadership in the years leading up to independence, the partition of India, India's political integration and Patel's relationship with Gandhi and Nehru.
Mountbatten was himself surprised by the ferocity of Sardar Patel's reaction to the issue.
Copeland had been alerted to Patel's inadequacies by Toni Hoffman, a nurse at the Bundaberg Base Hospital.
In March 2005, Rob Messenger raised concerns with Patel's medical practices in the Queensland Parliament after he was contacted by hospital nurse Toni Hoffman.
Patel's injunction and final ruling ( largely upheld on appeal by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ) meant that Napster was responsible for policing its internet file sharing network for materials that violate record companies ' copyrights.
Patel's 14 for 124 were the best bowling figures by an Indian bowler.

Patel's and historians
Some historians have criticised Patel's actions on the integration of princely states as undermining the right of self-determination for those states.

Patel's and for
In 1909, Patel's wife Jhaverba was hospitalised in Bombay ( now Mumbai ) to undergo a major surgical operation for cancer.
Following Patel's death on December 15, 1950, Rajaji was finally made Home Affairs Minister and went on to serve for nearly 10 months.
Patel's first opportunity for acting came in the form of an offer from her father's schoolmate, Rakesh Roshan, to star opposite his son, Hrithik Roshan, in Kaho Naa ... Pyaar Hai ( 2000 ).
With Mr. Patel's death, Tandia knew things were going to be very hard for her.
On 22 March 2005 Stuart Copeland, the Queensland Shadow Minister for Health, raised the issue of Patel's clinical practice during " Question Time " in the Queensland Parliament.
He called for Patel's suspension.
Hedley Thomas, a journalist at The Courier-Mail, who won a Walkley Award for his part in uncovering Patel's past ,< ref >
Ongoing negotiations between Mara and Sidiq Koya, who had taken over the leadership of the mainly Indo-Fijian National Federation Party on Patel's death in 1969 led to a second constitutional conference in London, in April 1970, at which Fiji's Legislative Council agreed on a compromise electoral formula and a timetable for independence as a fully sovereign and independent nation with the Commonwealth.

Patel's and ensuring
Off-spinner Jasubhai Patel's 14 wickets were instrumental in ensuring India's win.

Patel's and rebellion
Patel's arrest and Gandhi's subsequent arrest caused the Salt Satyagraha to greatly intensify in Gujarat — districts across Gujarat launched an anti-tax rebellion until and unless Patel and Gandhi were released.
Though feeling that the British would not quit immediately, Patel favoured an all-out rebellion which would galvanise Indian people, who had been divided in their response to the war, In Patel's view, an all-out rebellion would force the British to concede that continuation of colonial rule had no support in India, and thus speed power transfer to Indians.
Historians believe that Patel's speech was instrumental in electrifying nationalists, who had been sceptical of the proposed rebellion.

Patel's and across
Though Patel's health had suffered during his stint in jail, Patel gave emotional speeches to large crowds across India, asking people to refuse paying taxes and participate in civil disobedience, mass protests and a shutdown of all civil services.

Patel's and India
Given Mountbatten's determination, Nehru and Patel's inability to deal with the Muslim League and lastly Jinnah's obstinacy, all Indian party leaders ( except Gandhi ) acquiesced to Jinnah's plan to divide India, which in turn eased Mountbatten's task.
Using frank diplomacy, backed with the option and use of military force, Patel's leadership persuaded almost every princely state which did not have a Muslim majority to accede to India.
After Patel's death, the rebuilding continued under K. M. Munshi, another minister of the Government of India.
A. D. Patel's father tried to persuade him to return and practice law in India and to help with the education of his younger siblings, but in the end helped pay his son ’ s fare from London to Fiji, where he arrived on 11 October 1928.

Patel's and .
When he was eighteen years old, Patel's marriage was arranged with Jhaverba, a young girl of twelve or thirteen years from a nearby village.
Historians believe that one of Patel's key achievements was the building of cohesion and trust amongst the different castes and communities, which were divided on socio-economic lines.
Patel's position at the highest level in the Congress was largely connected with his role from 1934 onwards ( when the Congress abandoned its boycott of elections ) in the party organisation.
Patel's health declined rapidly through the summer of 1950.
Patel's health worsened after 2 November, when he began losing consciousness frequently and was confined to his bed.
In an unprecedented and unrepeated gesture, on the day after his death more than 1, 500 officers of India's civil and police services congregated to mourn at Patel's residence in Delhi and pledged " complete loyalty and unremitting zeal " in India's service.
Proponents of free enterprise cite the failings of Nehru's socialist policies as opposed to Patel's defence of property rights and his mentorship of the Amul co-operative project.
Amongst the exhibits are many of Patel's personal effects and relics from various periods of his personal and political life.

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