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Nicknamed 'Dadasaheb,' Mavalankar was known for his neutrality and being a ‘non-party man’, as he began defining the role of a Speaker in 1937.
In ‘Being Adivasi’, Meenakshi Natarajan writes that Nehru believed we should neither consider tribal beliefs inferior nor impose our rituals and thoughts on them.
Nehru defined the spirit of India that shaped the nationalism of its people. Not the small-minded, vulgar and bigoted version we see on display today.
MP Jairam Ramesh tweeted senior BJP leaders were absent from Lok Sabha event to celebrate Jawaharlal Nehru's birth anniversary. Some BJP leaders, including PM Modi, tweeted their tributes to Nehru.
In 'Nehru: The Debates that Defined India', Tripurdaman Singh and Adeel Hussain highlight the former PM's encounters with his contemporaries.
By resurrecting Air India, the present dispensation has finally undone the mistake that we can attribute to Nehru or his advisors.
The Narendra Modi dispensation has taken this hatred to a pathological level because of the deep personal inferiority complex vis-a-vis Nehru.
Excising Nehru from India’s freedom struggle is rationally impossible; omitting him from an ICHR poster is the best they can do.
In an ICHR poster celebrating India's 75th year of independence, Jawaharlal Nehru was conspicuously missing while Gandhi, Bose and Savarkar were featured.
In ‘Narcissus or Machiavelli’, Nishant Uppal writes that American scholars have established personality-behaviour linkages for US presidents, but none exist for Indian PMs.