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Mahatma Gandhi set foot in Delhi 100 years ago
Deccan Chronicle

Tracing Bapu's footprints, 100 yrs later

Exactly 100 years ago, when Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi set his foot on Bangalore, he was yet to be called Mahatma, but he wasn't an unknown name here. Gandhi's first visit to the city on May 8, 1915, months after he returned to India from South ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Gandhiji's first visit to Delhi IndiaPost, 1 month ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Download a Free Font Inspired by Gandhi's Glasses

, to mark the 141st birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the Indian political and spiritual leader. The organization states that typefaces can be a medium of expression that a man can use, not only to follow the Mahatma's vision but also to start ...
 CreativePro.com3 days ago Walk commemorating Gandhi organised in South Africa  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Holy cows and holy-days  Goa Herald1 month ago Why Hindu nationalists would rather honour Gandhi's assassin  MSN Canada1 month ago
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Miami Herald

South Africa denounces figures of...

5/7 In the latest demonstration, vandals painted the figure of a young Mohandas Gandhi. Standing in the square in downtown Johannesburg named for Mahatma Gandhi, the memorial marks the Indian anti-colonial leader's time in South Africa, where he ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago From monarchs to Gandhi, South African statues vandalized  Miami Herald1 month ago
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A dignified atonement

Britain unveiled a statue of Indian independence leader Mohandas K. Gandhi at the heart of the British establishment of Parliament Square, opposite other London landmarks like Big Ben and the House of Commons. His giant bronze statue will stand next ...
 Korea Joongang Daily2 months ago Rediscovering Gandhi in this globalised age  Bdnews24.com1 month ago 'Gandhi' back for Dickie  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago Remembering Mahatma Gandhi: the first statue of an Indian unveiled in Parliament Square  Exeter University2 months ago

Cry, the beloved country

AFP The statue of a young Mohandas Gandhi, hurrying from his law offices to the City Magistrate as the wind swirls around his court gown, looks down peacefully in the centre of downtown Johannesburg. The statue depicts him from a time around ...
 DNA India4 weeks ago
Asian Times Online UK

The tale of three statues: Gandhi, Churchill and Godse

Mohandas Gandhi's statue was unveiled last week in London's Parliament square by Arun Jaitley, Indian Union's finance minister and senior member of a party that looks up to the RSS for political direction. The Indian Union government banned the RSS ...
 DNA India2 months ago Arun Jaitley notes irony of Churchill and Mahatma Gandhi standing side by side  Asian Times Online UK2 months ago Gandhi statue  The Hindu2 months ago
Houston Chronicle

Gandhi's 1940 letter to Adolf Hitler: Seek peace or someone will 'beat you with your own weapon'

Mohandas Gandhi, frequently known by the honorific Mahatma (meaning "great soul"), was famous for advocating civil disobedience and nonviolence to achieve his goals. Starting in 1921, Gandhi led the Indian independence movement through such ...
 Houston Chronicle1 month ago

Vykom: Strategic Nonviolent Action Against Untouchability

Why does nonviolent action work? And how good was Mohandas K. Gandhi as a nonviolent strategist? If you want high quality evidence in your search for answers to these two questions then I encourage you to read Professor Mary E. King's latest book on ...
 Nigerian Voice1 month ago

Ahmedabad, the frayed city of Gandhi and Modi

What sort of a city is Ahmedabad? Is it the city built on the wealth generated from textiles, now residing in the bungalows of seths who once owned those mills? Or the city of labourers whose jobs vanished when those mills closed, and who had to ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Who got away with Gandhi’s murder?

By Teesta Setalvad Rs 450 Rs 450 Beyond Doubt: A Dossier on Gandhi’s Assassination It is rather strange that the most regrettable assassination in the immediate aftermath of Independence has been a rarely discussed topic in India. Although the possibility ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago Who got away with Gandhi's murder?  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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