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The Death That Devastated Indira Gandhi
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The Death That Devastated Indira Gandhi

'When Sanjay died, Indira was consumed by frantic, helpless grief.''She became very fragile, very bitter,' recalled Maneka Gandhi.'She was never normal again.''She was never Indira Gandhi again.' In all the highs and lows that India's most powerful, and only woman, prime minister faced in her life, her younger son Sanjay's death was the most soul-destroying. He was her prodigal child, the one she had moulded to carry on her legacy, which she herself had fought bitter battles to carve and ... Rediff.com, 9 hours ago

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The Original Mrs G

WITH AN ESTIMATED 150 biographies already surveying Indira Gandhi and her legacy, the first question we must ask of the latest addition to the list is if it inspires any fresh reflection. Or is it merely a readable rehash of dated material to ‘cash in’, ...
 Open Magazine6 days ago
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'Indira Gandhi was the James Bond of power politics'

'She was the only prime minister who won a decisive military victory.' 'She won a real war; she didn't play video games on prime time TV over surgical strikes!' 'She understood power better than any other politician, saw it as her birthright and used it with inborn expertise.' 'Every politician today who tries to be a "supremo" through populism and absolute control over his or her party is referring to the Indira Gandhi playbook!' IMAGE: Indira Gandhi on a visit to the US in March 1966, a ...
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'Indira played politics with the ease of a sleepwalker'

'She was once asked what the secret to political leadership was and she said it was the ability to like all kinds of people.''I don't think Rahul fundamentally likes people -- that's probably why he can't deal with them and it shows.''Sonia is a more talented political mobiliser than her son, but I think the decline of the Congress set in in 1969...' IMAGE: President Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi with her face heavily bandaged after she was hit with a stone at a ...
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Delhi: National Herald unveils new website

[India], July 1 (ANI): The new website of the National Herald publication was officially unveiled in New Delhi today. The newspaper's commemorative edition was released by President Pranab Mukherjee in the presence of Congress president Sonia Gandhi. Vice ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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Sarkar 3 Review: The cycle of doom has been completed

Ram Gopal Varma is back with Part Three of that series, which presented to us the first clear evidence that the great man was slipping, rues Sreehari Nair. To give Ram Gopal Varma credit where it's due, he never had any fondness for compliments. Even in his Rangeela to Company phase, the man always marched to his own drum, licking everybody in the house -- especially those who told him how much they were moved by his last film. All this led to the now famous Varma zinger: 'I don't make movies ...
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