Topic: Mahatma Gandhi
The long shadow of the Gandhian thought is distinctly recognisable in Sujata, a film about overcoming prejudice.
Political parties host iftars only for a few identified Muslims, who are selected primarily as key stakeholders to reach out to Muslim voters.
The Congress president faces trial in a defamation case filed against him by a RSS worker over his comments accusing the Sangh of killing Mahatma Gandhi.
Srinath Raghavan’s broad and detailed swathe of the US-South Asia relationship beautifully brings out the inherent contradiction in the heart of US policy.
From Mahatma Gandhi to A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, the RSS has continuously invited leaders of different affiliations to address its events in its 93-old history.
In ‘Ballots: Ten Episodes That Have Shaped India’s Democracy’, journalist Rasheed Kidwai outlines the spirit of bipartisanship that followed Indira Gandhi’s murder by extremists. An excerpt:
Nehru even piloted a resolution in Congress session expressing admiration for Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru, and slamming their execution as an act of ‘wanton vengeance’.
PM has called a meeting of CMs of BJP ruled states Wednesday; leaders across party lines have been invited to share their views as well.
While there seems to be proof of Gandhi’s anti-black racism, as of now, there is no conclusive evidence to suggest he was a misogynist or responsible for strengthening India’s horrid caste system.
The best Indian cartoons of the day, chosen by editors at ThePrint.
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