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Ramnath Goenka The smell of fear pervaded the Emergency. It was an unknown new odour for the upper and middle classes, most of whom had no perception of the midnight knock and had never considered even the remote possibility of being whisked off to ... Indian Express, 1 week ago

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The Express was never a mere business to him (RNG) and it is not a business to me and never will be. It was and is, a mission

Here is the full text ofExpress GroupChairman & Managing Director Viveck Goenka's address to employees on July 3, 2015: Dear colleagues, this is the first time ever that somebody is addressing the entire Institution. It is a very good feeling.
 Indian Express4 days ago

Emergency's useful scars

A determined political class, most of which was imprisoned, enacted the 44th Amendment to the Constitution, which ensured that the fundamental rights of people could not be completely submerged, or trampled, by a proclaimed state of emergency.
 Indian Express1 week ago

The Madras media man

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu During the Emergency, Express Estates, that's now a mall, was a refuge for opposition leaders TOPICS June 25 was the 40th anniversary of the infamous Emergency — the then Indira Gandhi ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Book review: Coomi Kapoor's latest book on Emergency really is a personal history

Forty years to the day I write this, I returned to Ahmedabad from a tribal area deep in the Dang forests of Gujarat, after a week's voluntary service at the health centre my friend Dr Fouzdar ran there. I had not shaved. Three days later, on June ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago

40 years of Emergency: The timeline and how Indira Gandhi gagged rivals

A few days back Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) patriarch Lal Krishna Advani brought back the horrific memories of Emergency days when he stated that "forces that can crush democracy are stronger now". Advani, who represents Gandhinagar Lok Sabha ...
 IBNLive India News1 week ago

Gopikrishnan to speak on €˜Corporate Infiltration into Media€

Senior Journalist J Gopikrishnan, who had exposed the 2G scam, will speak on €˜Corporate Infiltration into Media€ here on June 29. The pro-RSS, Vichara Vedi, is organising the programme as its monthly lecture series, its Presdient C G Rajaopal ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago

Crawling Through The Emergency

For journalists in India, the only experience of nationwide state-enforced press censorship came with the internal Emergency promulgated by Indira Gandhi on June 25, 1975. I had just taken over as editor of the magazine Onlooker in Mumbai, and my ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

Business baron Nusli Wadia attends to his ailing mother

Nusli Wadia, the chairman of the Wadia group, was known in India Inc as a corporate Samurai. He is anything but that in his personal equations. Wadia is a family man and shares a close bond with his 96-year-old mother, Dina Wadia. Dina Wadia lives ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

When darkness descended at noon

This week forty years ago Mrs Indira Gandhi imposed Emergency on India, suspending Fundamental Rights and civil liberties, converting a boisterous democracy into a sullen dictatorship. At the stroke of the midnight hour on June 25-26, 1975, India ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago
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