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AICC distances itself from PC; Natwar, Aiyar differ

The AICC distanced itself from senior Congress leader P Chidambaram’s comment that the Rajiv Gandhi regime’s “ban” on The Satanic Verses was wrong. NEW DELHI: The AICC distanced itself from senior Congress leader P Chidambaram's ... Economic Times, 2 months ago

Natwar Singh justifies ban on Satanic Verses by Rajiv Gandhi government

Natwar Singh worked as minister of state for external affairs under Rajiv Gandhi when the Satanic Verses was banned in 1989. NEW DELHI: Former foreign minister Natwar Singh has revealed that Jawaharlal Nehru refused to ban "Lolita" and "Bhawani Junction" ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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Unrelenting Oommen Chandy

The Congress's barefaced conduct in Kerala is typical of the coarseness, which Natwar Singh said he had detected in Sonia Gandhi in his autobiography, One Life Is Not Enough. Oommen Chandy's decision to stay on in the chief minister's post by ...
 The Echo Of India1 day ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Students pay tribute to Gandhi

A student at the function on Saturday. Picture by UB Photos Jorhat, Jan. 30: Schoolchildren converged at Millennium Park here today to pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his death anniversary. The children were required to speak about the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph6 days ago
The Hindu

Some facts are to be buried along with me, says Pranab

In the second volume of his memoirs, the president shares his assesments of Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and P.V. Narasimha Rao. The second volume of President Pranab Mukherjee's memoirs The Turbulent Years (1980-1996) was released on Thursday ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Hacker test: Pranab secrets  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Netaji's links with various countries in spotlight

A 1969 photo of Indira Gandhi paying homage to Netaji at Tokyo's Renkoji Temple, where his ashes are kept. —PHOTO: THE HINDU ARCHIVES India's historic ties with Japan, Germany, Russia/Soviet Union and the United Kingdom came under focus on ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Cong's mounting troubles bound to affect Parliament

Apart from the National Herald case — in which the problems of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi are mounting — party leaders are getting caught up in one or the other legal issue. This fury of the Congress is bound to affect the legislative works in ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Thakkar calls for cleanliness drive at Jorhat

Correspondent JORHAT, Feb 5 - Participating in a cleanliness drive at the Millennium Park here today, 84-year-old Gandhian social worker Natwar Thakkar appealed for a combined effort of civil society and the government machinery to keep the parks ...
 Assam Tribune11 hours ago

Be my guest: The R-Day strategy

When India celebrated its first ever Republic Day in 1950, it was before an audience of just 3,000 people at the Irwin Stadium (later rechristened as the Dhyan Chand National Stadium). The idea of the parade was mooted by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru to ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Netaji files: Indian government was urged to maintain Kabul refuge

Narendra Modi Kolkata, Jan 23 Describing it as "sacred", Forward Bloc MP Chitta Basu in 1988 had urged the Indian government to "take over" and "maintain" the house in Afghanistan's Kabul where revolutionary leader Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose had ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago
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