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Corrections and Clarifications - April 22, 2014

, some editions), said "C.R. Narasimhan, grandson of C. Rajagopalachari, won the seat [Krishnagiri] in the first two elections." It should have been son of C. Rajagopalachari. "The power of the Cross" (Faith, April 18, 2014) said: "For the wages ... The Hindu, 2 days ago

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Indian Express, 2 months ago
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Alliances forged for the first time in Tamil Nadu in 1967

MADURAI: They were two bitter critics - C Rajagopalachari and C N Annadurai. The former criticized Annadurai for his separate statehood demand for Tamil Nadu while Anna riled Rajaji as an Aryan. But when the two chose to bury their hatchets in ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

3/30/2014: Ht Think: PICTURE OF THE WEEK

MARCH 31: Mr C. Rajagopalachari (right) and Mr M.R. Masani (Swatantra Party leaders) are seen in a huddle on the rostrum at the Ramlila Ground where some 5,000 kisans
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Styles of opposition

Indian democracy has had many political protest movements: against authoritarianism (Rajagopalachari's Swatantra Party, the Jayaprakash Narayan movement), corruption (V.P. Singh, Aam Aadmi Party), empowerment of Dalits and backward classes (Dravida ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
DNA India

I only look good on-screen: Waheeda Rehman

She's fed up with speculation on her relationship with Guru Dutt, is firm that politics is not her thing and believes the next PM must uphold secular values. Waheeda Rehman speaks to Yogesh Pawar on the occasion of the launch of Nasreen Munni ...
 DNA India4 days ago

Madras was where idea of Congress was born

CHENNAI: Whether or not she's got Chennai in her sights, it's highly improbable that Sonia Gandhi will drop by Mylapore even if she does stop by the city. Would she be interested in scoping out the birthplace of the Indian National Congress? ...
 Times of India4 days ago
The Hindu

Krishnagiri: Where caste vies with Modi factor

The Krishnagiri Lok Sabha constituency has to its credit many specialities such as, the much contentious Cauvery River entering the State at Biligundlu, substantial mineral (granite) wealth and the hub of horticulture and floriculture products. ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

India is Moving Right

If it is coincidence then it is a remarkable one. Disparate democracies the world over seem to be making a right turn. Japan was in the van, electing the nationalistic-minded Shinzo Abe as prime minister for a second time. President Barack Obama's ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago

Going down South

18 April 2014, New Delhi, M Post Bureau Carnatic music is part of an unbroken tradition of classical music in Tamil Nadu. In order to revive its legacy, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts and Shanmukhananda Sangeetha Sabha are up with ...
 Millennium Post6 days ago
International Business Times India

CBI Should Work Independently under Lok Pal's Purview, Says Gopalkrishna Gandhi

Instead of working as a hatchet in the hands of India He stressed the need of the India Gandhi described CBI as the Department of Dirty Tricks (DDT) and added that every government, irrespective of the political parties that came to power, has ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago
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