Freedom Fighter

  • (noun): A person who takes part in an armed rebellion against the constituted authority (especially in the hope of improving conditions).
    Synonyms: insurgent, insurrectionist, rebel

Some articles on freedom fighter, freedom:

List Of Bengalis - Leaders - Political Leaders
... Former President of Indian National Congress,Freedom Fighter, Head of State of India's first free Provisional Government of Azad Hind and Co-Founder ... of Pakistan, and the second Prime Minister of Pakistan Bipin Chandra Pal, freedom fighter for Indian independence movement Siddhartha Shankar Ray, former Congress Chief Minister of ...
List Of People From Tamil Nadu - Indian Independence Movement
... Veeran Azhagu Muthu Kone, FIRST FREEDOM FIGHTER Veeran Azhagu Muthu Kone (1728-1757), (also known as Alagumuthu konar or Yadav) was an Indian revolutionary and independence activist ... Rani Velunachiyar, First Women Freedom fighter of India Queen of Sivagangai Chempakaraman Pillai, an Indian warrior who attacked the East India Company from ... Subramania Iyer (1855–1916), Freedom fighter and founder of "The Hindu" English newspaper ...
List Of Bengalis - Leaders - Social Leaders
... Shri Aurobindo, Indian nationalist, freedom fighter, scholar, poet, mystic, evolutionary philosopher, yogi and guru Ram Mohan Roy, founder of the ...
Sybil Kathigasu - Freedom Fighter
... Despite being interrogated and tortured by the Japanese military police, Sybil persisted in her efforts and was thrown in Batu Gajah jail ... After Malaya was liberated in August 1945, Kathigasu was flown to Britain for medical treatment ...
Srungarapuram - Famous People
... Pendurthi Srikrishnaih (Ex-President) Koganti Chalapathi Rao (Freedom Fighter) Koganti Ramaiah (Ex-President) Nageswaram Sakaleswara Rao (Freedom Fighter) Pathuri Nagabushanam (Freedom ...

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