Western and Eastern Conferences???
- I know its early but my team didnt make the playyoffs this year so…
What do you think the playoffs will look like next year. Give the 8 teams for the western and eastern conferences.
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Answer by Testosterone Drone
Wow…. with the NBA being 99% about ratings u never know. All the calls could go to the Knick next season like they did the Lakers this season and Knicks could actually be something. I say Boston will still be on top.
- I have to make a movie project on the Berlin Conference. Anyone have any ideas?
Answer by SivaKumar
The Berlin Conference (German: Kongokonferenz or “Congo Conference”) of 188485 regulated European colonization and trade in Africa during the New Imperialism period, and coincided with Germanys sudden emergence as an imperial power. Called for by Portugal and organized by Otto von Bismarck, first Chancellor of Germany, its outcome, the General Act of the Berlin Conference, can be seen as the formalization of the Scramble for Africa. The conference ushered in a period of heightened colonial activity by European powers, while simultaneously eliminating most existing forms of African autonomy and self-governance.
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- the person who attended all the three round table conference
Answer by Ricky
 First Round Table Conference (November 1930 January 1931)
The Round Table Conference was opened officially by King George V on Thursday, November 13, 1930 and chaired by the British Prime Minister, Ramsay MacDonald. The Indian National Congress, along with Indian business leaders, kept away from the conference. Many of them were in jail for their participation in civil disobedience.
However, the Conference was attended by Muslim leaders including Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Shafi, the Aga Khan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Muhammad Zafrulla Khan; Hindu Mahasabha leaders including B. S. Moonje and Jaylar; Liberals including Tej Bahadur Sapru, C. Y. Chintamani and Srinivasa Sastri; Sikh leaders including Sardar Ujjal Singh and a large contingent of rulers of princely states such as Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala, Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III of Baroda, Maharaja Hari Singh of Jammu and Kashmir, Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner, Nawab Hamidullah Khan of Bhopal and K.S. Ranjitsinhji of Nawanagar.
The idea of an All-India Federation was moved to the centre of discussion. All the groups attending the conference supported this concept. The responsibility of the Executive to Legislature was discussed, and B. R. Ambedkar demanded a separate electorate for the Untouchables.
 Second Round Table Conference (September December 1931)
There were three major differences between the first and second Round Table Conferences. By the second:
Congress Representation The Gandhi-Irwin Pact opened the way for Congress participation in this conference. Gandhi attended as the sole official Congress representative. Gandhi claimed that the Congress alone represented political India; that the Untouchables were Hindus and should not be treated as a minority; and that there should be no separate electorates or special safeguards for Muslims or other minorities. These claims were rejected by the other Indian participants. According to this pact, Gandhi was asked to call off the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) and if he did so the prisoners of the British government would be freed excepting the criminal prisoners, i.e those who had killed British officials.
National Government two weeks earlier the Labour government in London had fallen. Ramsay MacDonald now headed a National Government dominated by the Conservative Party.
Financial Crisis During the conference, Britain went off the Gold Standard further distracting the National Government.
During the Conference, Gandhi could not reach agreement with the Muslims on Muslim representation and safeguards. At the end of the conference Ramsay MacDonald undertook to produce a Communal Award for minority representation, with the provision that any free agreement between the parties could be substituted for his award.
Gandhi took particular exception to the treatment of untouchables as a minority separate from the rest of the Hindu community. He clashed with the Untouchable leader, B. R. Ambedkar, over this issue: the two eventually resolved the situation with the Poona Pact of 1932.
Third Round Table Conference (November December 1932)
From September 1931 until March 1933, under the supervision of Samuel Hoare, the proposed reforms took the form reflected in the Government of India Act 1935.
Most of the main political figures of India were not present for this conference.
In this conference, Chaudhary Rahmat Ali, a college student, coined the name PAKISTAN. Pakistan means the land of pure. He took the P from Punjab, the A from the Afghan, the KI from Kashmir, the S from Sindh and the TAN from Balochistan. In this Conference M.A.Jinnah was not present.
- i need that cause my husband has to go to court and that is his next court apperance is his status conference and we didnt know what exactly that was.
Answer by KJ
status conference n. a pre-trial meeting of attorneys before a judge required under Federal Rules of Procedure and in many states to inform the court as to how the case is proceeding, what discovery has been conducted (depositions, interrogatories, production of documents), any settlement negotiations, probable length of trial, and other matters relevant to moving the case toward trial. Court rules usually require the filing of a status conference statement prior to the conference. In Federal courts the status conference is also the occasion for setting a trial date.
- Can anyone please tell me in what month the conferences were held (in 1919.)
Akso how many involved were involved at the conference?
Any links to where you found your answer would be great (: Thanks
Ive asked google but we just had a break-up and hes being unreasonable.
Answer by Battleaxe
The Conference was held between January and June of 1919. This was a conference of the Allied Powers only. The Central Powers and the Soviet Union were excluded.
The major combatant powers represented were France, Britain (also representing its Commonwealth and Empire), US, Belgium, Italy and Japan. Other nations represented were Portugal, Greece, Romania, Serbia, Republic of China, Brazil, Cuba, Panama, Siam, Liberia, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras and Haiti. Many of these nations contributed little to the war effort, signing on as allies late in the war to get in on the negotiations.
Once the provisions of the treaty were worked out in conference, the Central Powers (especially Germany and Austria) were forced to sign. With Germany, it was sign or starve; with Austria, it was sign or cease to exist as a nation.
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