Nehruvian Age

Editor’s Note

S Prasannarajan

To indulge in the brutality of turning one of the most sophisticated intellects in politics into a one-dimensional man is a crime against good taste

Bigger than the Sum of his Imperfections

He did a far better job of gaining knowledge of the larger sweep of history than any of his contemporaries. The confidence with which we condemn Nehru exposes the narrowness of our certainties more than it detracts from his achievements

A requiem for our first car

With the demise of the Ambassador goes the last symbol of the Nehruvian Age


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