Posts Tagged ‘Nehru’

This is an excerpt from Sagarika Ghose’s book Indira: India’s most powerful Prime Minister Death of Indira, Birth of a Legend On 31 October 1984, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was shot dead by two of her own bodyguards, both Sikhs. The assassination sparked a bloody anti-Sikh pogrom – the 1984 Delhi anti-Sikh riots –...

Written by Vaibhav Purandare. He is a senior editor at The Times of India, and author of Savarkar: The True Story of the Father of Hindutva, published by Juggernaut Books, Aug 2019. August 17, 2019 marked the 110th anniversary of the hanging of Madan Lal Dhingra, the young Punjabi revolutionary who assassinated...

In this extract from How India Sees the World, India’s foremost China expert Shyam Saran decodes the secrets behind how the Chinese think and presents a sweeping history of the relationship – and border dispute – between India and China. Take a look: Deception as an instrument of statecraft is common to several...

Ever wondered how you would rule India, if elected? Here’s your chance to find out. Find out your leadership style based on these questions. You might be surprised!

From Babur to Barack Obama, here are some political autobiographies we love