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PM Modi travels in General Class train, pays tribute to Gandhiji
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PM retraces Gandhi's journey from Mohandas to Mahatma

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday retraced Mahatma Gandhi's historic train journey in South Africa as he travelled to a railway station where the Father of the Nation was thrown out of a train compartment that proved to be a turning point in ... New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago
From Gandhi and Mandela to Modi in South Africa, 2 weeks ago

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Profit, pool displace Gandhiji's memories

BENGALURU: In 1934 Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi visited Bangalore for the first time to collect money for the Harijan Fund, Chairman of Karnataka Gandhi Smaraka Nidhi Dr H Sreenivasiah tells City Express. He stayed at Kumara Krupa Guest House. To ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago India court warns Rahul Gandhi could face defamation trial  Himalayan times1 week ago Life Lessons Of Mahatma Gandhi  Before It's News1 month ago Gandhi Before India  Kashmir Times2 months ago

Getting to know Gandhi

A multi-lingual play will reveal lesser-known detailsabout Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi The title of the play, Mohan's Masala , refers not to a spice-making enterprise or a famous brand of panch puran but to the condiments of life itself. They ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

One of world's oldest photo studios down shutters in India

JAYANT Gandhi shares the same surname with that of India's national father, Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who preached non-violence and peace. But Jayant, unlike the peace-loving icon, is a sad, angry man now. His photography studio called ...
 Brunei Times3 weeks ago Feature: One of world's oldest, most revered photo studios downs shutters in India weeks ago XINHUA - Feature: One of world's oldest, most revered photo studios downs shutters in India  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago

KBF to host discussion on iconography around Gandhiji

:11 AM First name Surname Receiver's email Email 0 KOCHI: A riveting conversation on the imagery, ideas and ideals ascribed to Mahatma Gandhi is on the cards at an evening discussion to be held between distinguished cultural theorist and ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
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Arun Jaitley must show Subramanian Swamy his place or face consequences: Mohan Das Pai

Mohan Das Pai asserted that it was unprecedented that a government minister was targeting the very people appointed for a certain purpose by the nation's decision making authorities. (PTI) Hitting out at Subramanian Swamy for targeting technocrats ...
 Financial Express1 month ago PM Modi, Jaitley must show Swamy his place or face consequences: Mohan Das Pai  Ani News1 month ago PM Modi, Arun Jaitley must show Subramanian Swamy his place or face consequences: Mohandas Pai  Business Standard India1 month ago Jaitley springs to CEA's defence after Swamy salvo  Business Standard India1 month ago

India's sad reality: Burhan Wani encounter eclipses Gandhi's journey

It was indeed a strange coincidence that just when Prime Minister Narendra Modi undertook a train journey in South Africa on Friday, from Pentrich to Pietermaritzburg, to relive Mahatma Gandhi's transformative moment in life, a wave of violence ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago
Central Chronicle

Modi visits historic Pietermaritzburg rly station, recalls Gandhi incident

Durban, Jul 9 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his visit to South Africa had turned into a pilgrimage as he undertook an emotional and memorable journey from Pentrich to Pietermaritzburg, the railway station where Mahatma Gandhi was in ...
 United News of India2 weeks ago

Influence of Gandhi's 'truth force' in SA

African Museum, Johannesburg HE STOOD a little over 1.5m tall. He weighed barely 52kg. He wore just a pyjama pants-like dhoti and steel-rimmed glasses. He always carried his dentures with him, using them only for eating. And he was all arms and ...
 IOL3 weeks ago 06/07/2016: NEWS: Influence of Gandhi's truth force in SA  Cape Times E-dition2 weeks ago

We are trying to turn students into soldiers: Tushar Gandhi

Says Tushar Gandhi during a talk on Mahatma Gandhi and education today We ask why Kanhaiya Kumar is protesting in JNU without studying. We are trying to turn students into soldiers, who are regimented in their thinking. Do we need that, Tushar ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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