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What does QIM stand for?

QIM stands for Quit India Movement

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But these achievements were seriously compromised in the aftermath of the Quit India Movement in 1942, which saw the British effectively crush the Congress as a political organisation.
Scientific researchers are the real nation builders, said Dr Jitendra Singh, who work day and night away from the limelight of media or public and remain unaffected by upheavals in their surroundings and observed that one of the best examples of this is the IICT at Hyderabad which was set up at a time when on the one hand World War II was going on and back home Quit India Movement was at its peak but inspite of all this, the then Nizam of Hyderabad and group of his advisors demonstrated the vision to set up such an institute for the benefit of future generations.
MEMBERS of an Indian community group in Bahrain have marked the anniversary of the launch of Mohandas Gandhi's Quit India Movement.
Following the Lahore resolution of 1940 and the Quit India Movement two years later, the Muslim League had a field day to feed these minority fears.
Profoundly influenced by Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan's philosophy of non-violence, he was an energetic member of the Quit India Movement.