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Kuttanad Sivaraman Nair Dead

KOLLAM: Well-known freedom fighter and Gandhian Kuttanad Sivaraman Nair died here on Wednesday. He was 85. He joined the freedom struggle while studying in SD College, Alappuzha, and joined the Bhoodan Movement launched by Vinoba Bhave. He also ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago

JD (U) fighting against Gandhi killers: Nitish

PATNA: JD (U) is striving for development with justice by seeking inspirations from the Gandhian philosophy while BJP and RSS represent those whose poisonous views ensured the killing of Mahatma Gandhi, said former Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar.
 Times of India1 month ago

Veteran Gandhian Chunibhai no more

Chunibhai Vaidya, a veteran Sarvodaya leader who made a remarkable contribution to India's freedom struggle and propagating Gandhian legacy in Gujarat and beyond, died in Ahmedabad on Friday. He was 97. Vaidya breathed his last at his residence on ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com3 days ago
Star of Mysore

Presentation of Vanamali Seva and Dr. Mathoor Krishnamurti Award to Prof. Settar and Surendra Koulagi

Caption: Prof. S. Settar and Koulagi Mysuru, Dec. 5- Shree Vanamali Charitable Trust, Vijayanagar 2nd Stage, has organised a function on Dec. 8 at 5 pm at Vivekananda Hall of Mahajana College in Jayalakshmipuram here to present Vanamali Seva award ...
 Star of Mysore2 weeks ago

Money in black & white

Neo-liberalism A Recipe For Corruption arunabha bagchi REPATRIATION of black money stashed away in secret foreign bank accounts was the focus of our Prime Minister's maiden speech at the G20 summit in Brisbane. The international media largely ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

Patwardhan raises red flag against Modi's development model

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Anand Patwardhan (left), Indian documentary filmmaker addressing Rajendra Mathur Memorial lecture and N. Ravi, Editor-in-Chief, The Hindu and senior journalist Seema Mustafa (right) are also seen, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Rubbing salt into the Muslims' wounds

After the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992, the Muslims felt for the first time since independence that they were a minority in the real sense. The partition, on the basis of religion, did not cast a shadow on their future. But the liberal era ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago Hinduising a secular society  Pakistan Today1 month ago Can the Ram Mandir and development go together?  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago
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