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May 14, Forty Years Ago: Call to rebel

Socialist leader Madhu Limaye asked the Congress Young Turks, Chandra Shekhar and Mohan Dharia, to join the JP movement. Socialist leader Madhu Limaye asked the Congress Young Turks, Chandra Shekhar and Mohan Dharia, to join the JP movement. He ... Indian Express, 1 month ago
Financial Express

Emergency explained: 40 years on, those 21 months

Indira Gandhi addresses the nation in August 1975. She announced the Emergency in a similar address on June 26. (Below) The Indian Express of June 27. What was the Emergency? Early on June 26, 1975, President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed drew on ...
 Financial Express1 week ago
Indian Express

June 25, Forty Years Ago: Conditional stay

A look at the front page of The Indian Express, published on June 15, Forty Years Ago. Indira Gandhi will not have the right to vote in the Lok Sabha until the court disposes of her appeal against the Allahabad High Court judgment, but she can ...
 Indian Express1 week ago The Emergency, forty years later  Livemint.com1 week ago June 18, Forty Years Ago: Party housekeeping  Indian Express2 weeks ago June 15, Forty Years Ago: PM refutes HC line  Indian Express2 weeks ago
India TV

#40YearsOfEmergency: Memories of 1975 in words of LK Advani

#40YearsOfEmergency: Memories of 1975 in words of LK Advani Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) patriarch Lal Krishna Advani said that he fears a return of an emergency like situation in India as "forces that can crush democracy are stronger" now. "At the ...
 India TV2 weeks ago
Outlook India

Dark Chapter & Worse

The smooth-talking S.S. Ray had conceived of the idea of Emergency in January, when there was no pressing law-and-order problem Twenty-fifth June, Nineteen Seventy-Five, was a sweltering day, made more uncomfortable by the frequent power ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago

Devolution flops, babus still vie for plum postings

MUMBAI: Despite delegation of powers and decentralization, there is no end to leading politicians, activists and social workers loitering in the corridors of power to secure plum postings for their relatives and friends. After chief minister ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Low-cost indigenous diabetes test kit soon

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has transferred a diabetes detection technology to a start up firm which plans to come up with an easy-to-use blood sugar test kit at a price lower than those available in the market. Several such kits that use ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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