Serving until his death till May 27, 1964, Jawaharlal Nehru remains India’s longest-serving prime minister
He lauded Nehru for promoting scientific temperament and for choosing Vikram Sarabhai and Homi J Bhabha over “intellectuals like Baba Ramdev and Asaram Bapu”.
Organisation that played a big role in state to make RTI a national Act to write to Chief Minister on the issue
The new books by the Rajasthan government mention PM Modi’s Mann ki Baat and Swachh Bharat Mission along with tales from Ramayana and Mahabharata. Syllabus to inculcate ‘traditional indian’ values.
First reported by The Indian Express on May 8, the new Social Science textbook for Class VIII has virtually erased Nehru from the pages of history.
The chapter — a part of his autobiography — has Nehru explaining the idea of Bharat Mata to a group of farmers in Rohtak, Haryana.
Since the 1960s, there has been a constant tussle among various ideological trends to determine what goes in and what needs to be left out of school curriculum.
History sometimes isn’t what you just read in the books, unlike Pitaji, there were many forgotten heroes who had no one to tell their story.
Theft of the dagger, gifted to former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru by Saudi Arabia, from a glass frame in the gifts gallery Monday had triggered a furore.
Sheikh Abdullah saw it as the best solution to the Kashmir issue, but Field Marshal Ayub Khan didn’t
The article, which does not bear the name of the writer, has been published in this month’s issue of ‘Congress Darshan’ Hindi edition as a tribute piece to mark Patel’s death anniversary on December 15.
On Nehru’s 125th birth anniversary year, photographer Ram Rahman weaves an architectural narrative around Delhi, a city rooted in tradition but one that looked to the future.
On the 126th birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru, E P Unny deciphers India’s first prime minister from the pen strokes of his prime cartoonist.
It would do the BJP well to gauge Jawaharlal Nehru on facts, rather than venal fabrications
As India was losing its territory to China, Nehru in a letter to Kennedy in November 1962 said India needed “air transport and jet fighters to stem the Chinese tide of aggression.”