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  • Several injured as violence breaks out at New Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University

    Violence broke out on the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus in New Delhi on Sunday evening, leaving several teachers and students injured, according to Indian media...

    The ABVP, who blamed the violence inside the JNU campus on “Naxals” or left-wing extremists, is the student wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the ideological parent of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), according to the publication...

  • Had Nehru waded into Doklam

    Suppose Nehru was around today and he, instead of Modi, had gone into Doklam to challenge China — after his handpicked army chief boasted of winning on two and a half fronts, simultaneously...

    Suppose Nehru had then withdrawn without offering an explanation for either move...

  • When Nehru tied the tape

    On Nov 14, 1957 Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru came down to Howrah station to inaugurate the running of the first electric train on Eastern Railway...

    Nehru was to cut a red tape at one of the doors of the EMU through which the driver would enter...

  • IB’s shadow from Nehru to JNU

    AS the state-sponsored Hindutva assault on the Jawaharlal Nehru University progressed recently, an economics professor said she suspected the hand of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) in staging what appeared to be a false flag attack on the students who were predominantly of leftist orientation...

    I went back to Jawaharlal Nehru to confirm this fact...

  • Nehru sought US help to fight China: ex-CIA official

    NEW DELHI: Former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had sought American assistance and wrote to the then US President, John F...

    The main objective of Mao Zedong, founding father of the People’s Republic of China, to attack India in 1962 was to “humiliate” Nehru who was emerging as a leader of the third world, it said...

  • From Rig Veda to Nehru

    However, as the prime minister of a country that needs to muster all the technology it can to fight a spectrum of problems from chronic diseases to climate change, Modi knows that his bête noire Jawaharlal Nehru had the right prescription: the importance of a scientific temper...

    As a party that espouses Hindutva or the Hindu supremacist philosophy it might be hard put to allow the freedom of thought and debate that Nehru...

  • Luckily Modi is not Nehru

    We should clearly consider ourselves lucky that Mr Modi is not Jawaharlal Nehru...

    Or imagine Nehru writing in his Discovery of India that transplant surgery began in Vedic India or campaigning for a temple in Ayodhya instead of chiding, as he did, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh for mishandling the issue, or if he conjured hurtful imagery about Muslims who stayed back after Partition, calling them ‘Pakistani agents’ or some such...

  • Luckily Modi is not Nehru

    We should clearly consider ourselves lucky that Mr Modi is not Jawaharlal Nehru...

    Or imagine Nehru writing in his Discovery of India that transplant surgery began in Vedic India or campaigning for a temple in Ayodhya instead of chiding, as he did, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh for mishandling the issue, or if he conjured hurtful imagery about Muslims who stayed back after Partition, calling them ‘Pakistani agents’ or some such...

  • Gandhi-Nehru brand tainted by new election humiliation

    The election results made grim reading for Congress barons who have relied for generations on the talismanic Nehru-Gandhi name — which rivals the Kennedy clan in the United States and the Bhuttos in Pakistan — to provide electoral success...

    Pro-independence leader Motilal Nehru served as party president twice between 1919 and 1929...

  • Nawaz inaugurates Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore, says park not for sit-ins

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday formally inaugurated the Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore and said that the park is not for sit-in as protesters are often on the look out for such venues...

    "We should also post a sign in the park that it is not a place to hold sit-ins, as protesters are often on the lookout for such venues," said the prime minister...

  • Art of diplomacy: inside the US State Department collection

    WASHINGTON: The elevator brings visitors up out of the dull, beige maze of the US State Department’s bureaucratic warren and back in time to a hall lined with period decor recalling the era of the American Revolution...

    The 18th century backdrop is artificial — plaster and resin overlaying the modern office structure — but the diplomatic reception rooms house a unique collection of 5,000 historic artefacts
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