Tag: INDIRA GANDHI
Indira Gandhi was in Mussoorie in 1928 when her father Jawaharlal Nehru began writing to her a series of lucid letters that talked about themes as diverse as politics, arts, epics, civilizations, science and culture. On her 34th death anniversary, we recall the significance of the letters she exchanged with her stalwart father and the deep impact it had on her mind.
POLITICS The anti-Sikh riots of 1984 exemplified a black mark in the political landscape of the Congress and jolted the fabric of the nation based on communal sentiments. When prime accused Sajjan Kumar is sentenced to life imprisonment three decades after the massacre, it is the opportune moment for the nation to revisit the gruesome massacre and the nation’s discomfort with India’s minorities.