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Gandhi’s Love For Children

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Posted on May 1, 2012 12:34:PM



(The author, Mr. Tandon, being associated with Gandhi has written this short and enlightening article about Gandhi’s love for children. The anecdotes given in this article were witnessed by the author and hence hold greater importance than that which is written on the basis of hearsay. We realize that Gandhi truly believed that children were […]

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Nehru on marriage and servants

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PANDIT Jawaharlal Nehru was not a man, but a “procession of men”. His greatness was unique. His was an integrated personality. He was a powerful instrument of history. As his fascinating figure recedes more and more into the clouds of time, his image becomes brighter and brighter and occupies a permanent place in the hearts […]

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PD Tribune- Radhakrishnan

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“I want to meet the professor who reads 24 hours a day,” said Stalin when he expressed his desire to see Dr Radhakrishnan at Kremlin. The philosopher, by his ability and shrewdness, had created an atmosphere in Moscow which endeared him to Soviet officials. If he succeeded admirably as our Ambassador in Moscow, it was […]

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Tribune India

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MEMORIES OF NEHRU Grandeur of human spirit VERY few persons in the world are blessed with the real grandeur of the human spirit. Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson, Gandhi, Tagore and such others are still remembered because of it. I do not long to remember Nehru, but find it difficult to forget him as he too had […]

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The Truth About Indira

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The Truth About Indira — By P.D.TANDON I’m perhaps the only person who was fortunate to see the Nehrus and Gandhis at close quarters for many years. I was eyewitness to many things at Anand Bhavan and at Nehru’s official residence in Delhi. Anand Bhavan was my second home for long and I was treated […]

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