Gandhi in his own words

As the nation and the world prepare to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, we bring together a selection from his writings that remain as relevant as ever

Making sense of RSS: Consistent yet flexible

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Why Mohan Bhagwat’s remarks are in tune with the organisation’s history

St Gandhi in Orwell’s maze of reflections

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Sincere, blunt and fair as it is, the classic essay is deficient for not trying to see the Mahatma as Indians do

Many lives of Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi@150

As yet another biography of the Father of the Nation is published, here is a guide to the expanding sub-genre

Not soluble

Photo Story

What happens after Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations

“Changing things is not rocket science"

Interview

Aam Aadmi Party`s (AAP`s) candidate for the East Delhi constituency Atishi on why voters should choose her as their MP

Why we need a Uniform Civil Code

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It is time for a code that comprehensively alters the law to protect women and children irrespective of religion

Flooded out of the floodplains

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Hundreds of families that cultivate veggies and grain on the Yamuna floodplains in Delhi are caught in a limbo

Bring in the boldface!

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Why multilateral banks, which are full of benign intentions, must demand more from countries they help

Mobiles are replacing big screen: Pankaj Parashar

On a personal note

His films Chalbaaz and Jalwa were box-office hits. The TV serial Karamchand, with Pankaj Kapur as the detective of the title and Sushmita Mukherjee as his assistant, is considered a cult classic.