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The long road from Noakhali to Manipur

Mahatma Gandhi did not get all the results he desired in Noakhali, but he got some. In any case, he had confronted the problem.

Intersections Podcast: the Power of Gandhi's Inner Practices for Today’s Charged Times

Rajmohan Gandhi in conversation with Dr Hitendra Wadhwa, Adjunct Professor of Practice, Columbia Business School, and Founder & President, Mentora Institute.

As C Rajagopalachari's Grandson, My Questions On Sengol Story

As individuals and in their homes, holders of state office can practise or permit rituals of their choice. However, as government servants and in public, they are obliged by our Constitution to refrain from promoting any religion or slighting any religion.

Message from Karnataka: Mallikarjun Kharge must take centre stage

He invites respect, not rivalry. He is seasoned in politics and experienced in governance

We Are Neglecting These Two Large Countries

Indians, Nigerians and Brazilians can learn from one another how a large country's diversity may be turned into wealth and strength.

Rajmohan Gandhi writes on textbook deletions: You can’t delete Gandhi’s truth

Killing the thought that India belongs to everyone, killing the historical truth that Gandhi underlined that thought, and killing the connected historical truth that Gandhi was murdered above all for that underlining — those are impossible exercises.

Thank God For Independent Minds

Unfairness often descends from above, from those with power, but around us are compatriots who want everyone's dignity to be respected.

The BBC raids and India today: Questions even a child could ask

Why are leaders not answering the simplest of questions? The silence does not bode well for India's traditions of debate and dissent

Don't Be Shocked If Mughal Art, Cuisine Get New Names

To call a garden "Mughal" was to describe the garden, not to memorialise a dynasty.

Shared unbelonging

It is the inalienable right of any and every Indian to fight for dignity, equality, and liberty, and, simultaneously, offer fraternity to his or her compatriots. A Muslim Indian’s right to do this is not less than that of a Hindu. Not one nanogram less.