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How Indira muzzled media during Emergency
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How Indira muzzled media during Emergency

Indira Gandhi with her son Rajiv, who became prime minister after her assination in 1984. Inder Kumar Gujral, the mild-mannered and courteous I&B minister, had been getting flak even before Emergency was declared, because Sanjay Gandhi felt that ... India Today, 3 weeks ago

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V P Singh: All you ever wanted to know

V P Singh, known to his constituents and colleagues as Raja Saheb, became the nation's Prime Minister in 1989 with enormous goodwill, but his tenure was short lived. Had he been alive today, Vishwanath Pratap Singh would have been 84. As ...
 Financial Express1 week ago V.P Singh: A Prime Minister with promise, but who faded away fast  Sify1 week ago

Dhawan nixes reports of Sonia's 'reservations' about Emergency

BS Reporter | New Delhi Jun 24, 2015 12:28 AM IST Giving an insider's view of the Emergency, then private secretary to former prime minister Indira Gandhi, R K Dhawan, who is a senior Congress member, has said Sonia Gandhi - now Congress ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Emergency in the newsroom

Nothing energises a news room as much as a cataclysmic event. The Emergency clamped on the country late on the night of June 25-26, 1975, merited such a description. Jayaprakash Narayan, universally known by his initials JP, the messiah of several ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

Painful to recall; recall we must

June 26 has gone down in the pages of modern India's political history as a dark day in the country's existence as a democracy. The imposition of Emergency had exposed Indira Gandhi's dictatorial and brutal conduct As a large section of the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

The future of political cartoons

Editorial cartoonists have critiqued India since the 1960s, even through the Emergency. Now, a clutch of new political satirists is emerging online Sanjukta Sharma | Dhamini Ratnam | Shamik Bag Tweet Tweet Subscribe to: Daily Newsletter ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

India: Elder brother for the neighbors

"Voicing from Bangladesh'' By BFP Staff Tuesday, June 9, 2015 By Dr. Sinha M. A. Sayeed On April 17, 2015, Prashant Jha, Associate Editor, Hindustan Times, and CASI Spring 2015 Visiting Fellow, presented a paper Big Brother or Elder Brother?: ...
 Bogota Free Planet3 weeks ago

Spl fiscal package should be announced for Punjab: Kalia

's former Local Bodies Minister and BJP MLA from Jalandhar Central N Manoranjan Kalia on Monday urged the Central Government to announce a special economic package for the State so that the developmental works could be carried fast. Kalia said ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

Old politics in a new bottle

Illustration: Jayachandran/Mint It took a while, but in the end two rivals in Bihar politics have joined hands to fight the forthcoming assembly elections in the state. Nitish Kumar, chief minister of Bihar and leader of the Janata Dal (United), ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

Best poised to deliver results

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Reuters While Mr. Modi's invitation to Mr. Sharif to his swearing-in ceremony had been hailed as a masterstroke, the strokes played since have puzzled many in both Islamabad and in New Delhi, including the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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