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'My objective was to resurrect Kasturba, not to demolish Gandhi'
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'My objective was to resurrect Kasturba, not to demolish Gandhi'

'This book is really the story of the woman whose destiny takes her onto the path of an inordinately iconic man whom the world reveres as God!''It is the day-to-day demolition of her dreams that are at stark variance with those who view him as a trail blazer on the holy path to redemption, while he wrecks the peace of those whom he loves the most; his family.' IMAGE: Mahatma Gandhi with Kasturba Gandhi and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Photograph: Kind courtesy Wikimedia Commons When Neelima ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

The Black Prince corrects historical distortions about Maharaja Ranjit Singh's family

How we live in the present is often a direct reflection of how we interpret the past. And, it is also a very good indicator of how we will envision the future. But, history never reveals the complete picture. It, instead, offers a representation of gathered ...
 Bollywood Hungama5 days ago

When Om Puri danced on 'Dama Dam Mast Qalandar'!

Filmmaker Gurinder Chadha says actor Om Puri used to dance on Hans Raj Hans's version of 'Dama Dam Mast Qalandar' that the Punjabi singer has sung in her film "Partition: 1947". The historical-drama stars Huma Qureshi and Puri, who died in January this year.
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

FREEDOM FILES: NOTHING HAS CHANGED

Kashmir Valley remains a sore, 70 years after independence, still being coveted by Pakistan. It is an unfinished business of Partition. Much has been written about the complexity of sub-nationalism and how the people of the Valley want to remain autonomous.
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago NOTHING HAS CHANGED  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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Did Jinnah's marriage shape his politics?

'If Ruttie had been alive, Jinnah would never have turned communal.'Veenu Sandhu checks out Mr and Mrs Jinnah: The Marriage That Shook India. IMAGE: Mahatma Gandhi leaves Mohammad Ali Jinnah's home, en route to the viceregal lodge in Delhi, November 24, 1939. Photograph: Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images Of all the stalwarts of India's freedom movement, the one who remains largely an enigma is Mohammad Ali Jinnah. A reserved, self-made man whose life followed a carefully laid ...
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