Bradlaugh

Bradlaugh

(ˈbrædlɔː)
n
(Biography) Charles. 1833–91, British radical and freethinker: barred from taking his seat in parliament (1880–86) for refusing to take the parliamentary oath
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In the Punjab no other place was as important to the freedom movement as Lahore's Bradlaugh Hall on Rattigan Road.
But it did land authors Annie Besant and Charles Bradlaugh in court, where a prosecutor declared: "I say this is a dirty, filthy book ...
LAHORE -- Members of a team of experts formed on the orders of the Supreme Court to report on historical sites falling on the route of the Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT) project visited the Government College University Hostel, Bradlaugh Hall and Iqbal Hostel inside the Government College University on Thursday.
Probably the most prominent atheist at this time was Charles Bradlaugh, an outspoken, working-class agitator who would go on to become the first openly atheist member of Parliament in 1880.
Produced by Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan aka Xulfi, the music video was filmed at the historical Bradlaugh Hall in Lahore and features lead vocalist as well as critically acclaimed TV actor Junaid Khan, among others.
It was impossible under the unitary Westminster model, with its credo of majority rule which the Indian National Congress was insisting on since its founding in 1885, and with the British proclivity for the introduction of representative institutions - as indicated by the Gladstonian reforms of the 1880s, the Local Board Bill (1883), and the Bradlaugh Bill (1889), eventuating in the Indian Councils Act (1892).
After the Declaration of India's Independence was passed in 1930 at Bradlaugh Hall on Rattigan Road, it was at Mochi Gate that the resolution was presented to the people by Jawaharlal Nehru.Other speakers at Mochi Gate have also included Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, who is someone that Manzoor Pashteen can take serious inspiration from.
During his stay in Lahore, Ghulam Kibria's principal achievement was his leading role in establishing the Milli Techniki Idara in a portion of the Bradlaugh Hall, a polytechnic where young boys received training in a variety of disciplines free of cost and the instructors, including Ghulam Kibria himself, offered their services without any charge.
In this context, one needs to recall the history of, for instance, Bradlaugh Hall - which stood at the centre of the city of Lahore and whose attendees included the revered revolutionaries Bhagat Singh and Lala Lajpat Rai.
Holyoake (conocido precisamente por haber inventado el termino "secularismo") o el ateo fundador de la National Secular Society, Charles Bradlaugh. Quiza el ejemplo mas relevante de esta coincidencia es el de Annie Besant, amiga personal de Bradlaugh y tan conocida por ser una de las iniciadoras del feminismo contemporaneo (en el que la critica al Cristianismo cumplio un papel esencial) como por presidir la Sociedad Teosofica fundada por Madame Blavatsky, sus actividades en la Co-masoneria o por ser co-fundadora de la Orden del Templo de la Rosacruz en Londres.
MP Charles Bradlaugh was committee to Big Ben after being found in Contempt of Parliament in 1880.
THE fake indignation whipped up by the Conservatives and the media about Jeremy Corbyn's nonattendance of the Privy Council meeting and his refusal to kneel before the Queen reminds me of the story of Charles Bradlaugh.