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Where do Gandhi’s Values stand today?

Being an India, the first name that is heard amongst the freedom fighters and national heroes, when starting to make sense of our academia, is the name of Mahatma Gandhi. The work and the inspiring life of this extraordinary man became an ideal and role icons not only for Indians …

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The ‘dark’ side of Indian humour

Comedian Abish Mathew’s Twitter timeline reads: “If I made my jokes any cleaner, I’d have to sell them as hand sanitizer!” Jokes aren’t funny anymore, especially if in India. You never know who or what might take offence to a droll reference. The Right to Freedom of expression is the …

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Murderer Nathuram Godse’s statue unveiled on Gandhi Jayanti in Meerut

MEERUT: The first ever bust of Nathuram Godse – Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin- was installed and unveiled by the members of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha at their Sharda road office in Meerut on the occasion of Gandhi’s birthday on Sunday. The statue, which had drawn controversy in December 2014, was finally …

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Pakistan should ‘counter-threaten’ India, says Pervez Musharraf

PTI, Washington: Former Pakistan President and army ex-chief Pervez Musharraf, the architect of the Kargil aggression in 1999, has said he would have “counter-threatened” India in response to the strong statements by Indian leaders following a terror attack on an Indian Army camp in Uri. “I would be counter-threatening India,” …

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No public statue of Gandhi in whole of Noida

Vaibhav Jha, Noida: The Gautam Budh Nagar district does not have a single public statue of Mahatma Gandhi except the one on the premises of Delhi Public School at Sector 30, Noida. Despite a school and an intersection named after the national leader, the district doesn’t have a statue or …

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