Robert Clive

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Noun1.Robert Clive - British general and statesman whose victory at Plassey in 1757 strengthened British control of India (1725-1774)Robert Clive - British general and statesman whose victory at Plassey in 1757 strengthened British control of India (1725-1774)
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WITT Robert Clive (Wittronics Telecom Systems) passed away after a short illness on 19 January 2018, aged 80 years.
In such a time of triumphal chauvinism, the Dalit-East India Company collaboration is obviously unacceptable to the Hindu right wing, especially when Ambedkar had noted that the "untouchable" Dusads had helped Robert Clive to win the battle of Plassey in 1757, just as the "untouchable" Mahars, a community to which Ambedkar himself belonged, had helped the "foreigners" to win in Koregaon.
ROWLAND Robert Clive (Clive) Peacefully at home on Friday 27th October 2017.
Robert Clive, who won the decisive battle that sealed British rule in India, returned to Britain with Au234,000, which is the equivalent in today's money of many millions.
Grade II listed, the Georgian house was designed by Sir William Chambers, and was originally the home of the parents of Sir Robert Clive of India.
Two-and-a-half centuries after Robert Clive and the Honourable John Company changed the future of the world forever on the battlefields of Plassey, India offers its foreign investors a passage to one of history's epic secular economic growth stories.
Robert Clive was 30 when he went missing from North Shields in October 2002.
In 1757, forces of the East India Company led by Robert Clive won the Battle of Plassey, which effectively marked the beginning of British colonial rule in India.
But there were some exceptions, as much as some of the Muslim nobles betrayed the Nawab during the fateful Battle of Plassey (1757) and sided with the forces of the East India Company that was led by Robert Clive.
If during the times of the colonialists Nandkumar could be hanged for forgery during the times of Robert Clive in the subcontinent what next?
Un arall wnaeth gyfoeth ar yr un pryd oedd Robert Clive, hwnnw a chysylltiad a'r Amwythig a Chastell Powis.
Eligible young British women had been sailing to India as early as the mid-18th century, and in one of the more successful cases, Margaret Maskelyne, who came out in 1753, landed Robert Clive, who was later to become Lord Clive of India.