Mahatma Gandhi

The Moral Realist

MJ Akbar

Gandhi’s sympathy for Jews did not blind him to injustice against Arabs

Ink of Independence

The brand that freedom fighters loved stages a comeback

Unfair Play

Where was Winston Churchill’s statesmanship when it came to India?

The Lost Dominion

The forgotten United Bengal proposal and its lingering aftertaste

Not shocked by changes in school textbooks on Gandhi murder, says great grandson

They want a sanitised Bapu, says Tushar Gandhi, author of Let’s Kill Gandhi! A Chronicle of His Last Days, The Conspiracy, Murder Investigation and Trial

A Lexicon for New India

Deciphering the nature of the nation

Virtual as Actual

Memoirs of a life lived online

Keep Walking

Tracing the footprints of long marches in politics

Gandhi’s Sacrifice

Jinnah scored because the Mahatma was abandoned by his own men

‘I have written on Ambedkar in good faith’

Shashi Tharoor’s latest book, Ambedkar: A Life, dwells on the scholar-politician’s trials and tribulations, achievements and associations, and his differences with leaders of the stature of Gandhi and Nehru


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