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Indira gets too much credit for the 1971 victory
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Indira gets too much credit for the 1971 victory

'Had Sam Bahadur not dictated the timing of India's military intervention, Bangladesh would not have been created without a prolonged battle.'' Manekshaw's strategy won the war for India in just 13 days,' says Sudhir Bisht. IMAGE: Then prime minister Indira Gandhi with General S H F J Manekshaw, then the chief of the army staff. November 19 was an important date for leaders and followers of the Indian National Congress. Had Indira Gandhi been alive on Sunday, she would have been one hundred ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Khushwant Singh remembers Indira Gandhi

'In her insecurity, she destroyed the institutions of democracy.''She packed Parliament with her supporters with loyalty being more important than ability; she superseded judges; she corrupted the civil service.''She knew how to use people against each other and was quite a master of that.''She would do this with calculated skill and in the bargain cause enmity between brothers, split up families.' IMAGE: Indira Gandhi surrounded by folk dancers from Rajasthan at her home in New Delhi in 1967.
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India will always remember Indira with gratitude

'She preserved national unity against great odds.'Military historian Colonel Anil A Athale (retd) discusses if Indira Gandhi's reputation as India's toughest prime minister is well deserved.A special feature to mark the centenary of her birth. IMAGE: Then prime minister Indira Gandhi with Homi Sethna, right, then chairman, Atomic Energy Commission, and K C Pant, then minister of state for defence, left, at the site of India's first nuclear explosion in Pokharan, Rajasthan.MUST READ: How Indian ...
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Forces of darkness seeking to engulf society, narrow nationalism dividing India: Sonia Gandhi

Congress president Sonia Gandhi said today the country was getting increasingly divided in the name of "narrow nationalism" as "forces of darnkess" seek to engulf it. Gandhi said the liberal, tolerant Indian ethos that former prime minister late Indira Gandhi ...
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