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Rajmohan Gandhi writes in the Indian Express about Modi's Israel visit

"India becoming a major power will not excite the world unless India’s voice is raised in favour of reconciliation and justice, which are two sides of a single coin."

Indian national daily 'The Hindu' interviews Rajmohan Gandhi about his new book

"Over an austere meal, Rajmohan Gandhi tells us how the man with capacious stomach made fast a potent tool against the British Empire," writes Anuj Kumar.

Interview on Portuguese TV channel RTP2

Rajmohan Gandhi was interviewed on public TV channel in Portugal. The full interview is available.

NDTV discussion on new book

The NDTV programme 'The Buck Stops Here' held a discussion on Rajmohan Gandhi's new book, in which Rajmohan himself participated.

New book: 'Why Gandhi Still Matters'

In this new book 'Why Gandhi Still Matters: An Appraisal of the Mahatma’s Legacy', published today, Rajmohan Gandhi appraises Gandhi and his legacy by examining some of his most famous (and often most controversial) ideas, beliefs, actions, successes and failures.

Visit to London

Rajmohan Gandhi and his wife Usha visited London in April 2017 for a series of public and private events.

Turn searchlight inward, says Rajmohan Gandhi

Those who want India to stay pluralist, must conserve strength, correct mistakes, construct networks, writes Rajmohan Gandhi in the Indian Express.

Leaders too must be spoken to

Democracy demands that a leader listens, learns, takes questions, and answers them. When the people are polarised, they too must take to listening to one another, to members of another community or another persuasion, so that knowledge is gained and opinion is corrected.

"Nehru for our time"

"India needs to recall its first prime minister for his love and passion for personal liberty," says Rajmohan Gandhi in the Indian Express.

"Calm down," writes Rajmohan Gandhi in The Indian Express.

"This is a time of surgical strikes, hysteria, hostility to dissent. Why frankness, debate, questioning must follow."