Samrat Choudhury reviews Rajmohan Gandhi's book: "It is a quick and often delightful read. The author, political scientist and historian Rajmohan Gandhi writes with felicity and grace to bring together, as the title suggests, some recollections from his long life of more than 87 years, and reflections on current trends such as Hindu nationalism."
Review: India After 1947
Rahul Gandhi Fumbles With Savarkar Remark But Yatra Is Needed
Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra...seems to be providing evidence that people who believe in everyone's dignity, who reject hierarchy and supremacy, who want to reach out to all their compatriots on India's good earth, will find comrades and fellow marchers.
What PM Modi Said At Bali - Versus The Reality
Can anyone invoke Gandhi without inviting a reminder of Ishwar Allah Tere Naam? ...In our noble land, our children are being divided into the greater and the lesser, our people into the superior and the inferior. The urge to dominate, coerce, and humiliate is being given a fillip...
Rishi Sunak's Perfectly-Crafted First Speech
The brilliant short speech he made after King Charles III asked him to be the Premier is worth studying by every aspirant for office in any democracy, and by all students of politics.
BBC Hindi interview
BBC's Iqbal Ahmad interviews Rajmohan Gandhi (in New Delhi, in Hindi) on India's current ideological climate.
Witness to History
Shreekant Sambrani reviews Rajmohan Gandhi's new book, in Business Standard.
‘I am shaken, but not crushed’
"The India of his boyhood dream is under fearsome assault, but Rajmohan Gandhi isn’t giving up hope." Manu S. Pillai interviews Rajmohan Gandhi in Frontline.
A gentle nudge at the soul of India
Avijit Pathak review's Rajmohan Gandhi's new book "India After 1947: Reflections & Recollections" in The Tribune of India
Quest for fraternity
Uma Mahadevan-Dasgupta reviews Rajmohan Gandhi's new book "India After 1947: Reflections & Recollections" in The Hindu
India@75: A timely study of the state of the nation
"Rajmohan Gandhi’s ‘India after 1947’ can be read in one sitting – and needs to be reread several times these days", writes Governance Now.