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@joshua posted:

Why the sentence below is ended with . . . ?

Again, Joshua, it would really be good for you to learn to ask questions in English. You have been on this forum for a good many years. I would really like to see you master this basic skill, which will doubtless help you in your career, insofar as it seems to require that you speak English, at least on a very basic level. Did you mean to ask, "Why does the sentence below end with . . .?"

@joshua posted:

Why the sentence below is ended with"has struggled" without extending  the activity of the "verb"? Is is consider a hanging statement?

But there can be no doubt that India has struggled.

I don't know what you are trying to ask. "Has struggled" is the verb phrase within the "that"-clause complement of the noun "doubt." Split into two sentences, "There can be no doubt that India has struggled" may be rewritten: "India has struggled. Of that there can be no doubt." I don't know what you mean by "a hanging statement."

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