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Mahatma Gandhi’s historic ‘toilet gallery’ a picture of neglect

The gallery ironically has been “dishonoured” as many passers-by choose to relieve themselves on its boundary wall.

The real honour

If it wants to show respect to Vajpayee, the Modi government must curb attempts to create communal tension


Chunibhai Vaidya: Face of resistance on public issues

After independence, Vaidya had become a primary teacher at a school in Malund village of Patan district.


Uproar in Rajya Sabha over Godse event

Observing Nathuram Godse Shourya Diwas on November 15 is absolutely wrong and the govt should take action, said Congress.


When things go terribly wrong, Gandhi makes an appearance: EP Unny on the power of political cartoons

Delivering a lecture on ‘The Comic as Continuity’, political cartoonist EP Unny (pictured) took the audience through this and more slides to sketch a history of cartooning across the world and in India.


IFFI to pay special tribute to Richard Attenborough

International Film Festival of India (IFFI) will pay special tribute to British filmmaker Richard Attenborough.


Naseeruddin Shah: Don’t regret having not played Gandhi

Naseeruddin Shah, who had auditioned for the lead role in Richard Attenborough’s ‘Gandhi’, has no regrets over not been selected to enact the iconic character.


Richard Attenborough’s ‘Gandhi’ changed lives of all of us: Om Puri

Om Puri says Richard Attenborough’s ‘Gandhi’ changed the life of everyone who has been associated with it.


Shooting for ‘Gandhi’ was a revelation: Rohini Hattangadi

Rohini Hattangadi says working with the late Richard Attenborough in ‘Gandhi’ as Kasturba was a revelation for her.

Champagne socialist

Gandhi (1982), an epic but intimate biographical film, was Richard Attenborough’s greatest triumph.


Richard Attenborough brought Gandhiji alive: Indian celebs

Paying tributes to late filmmaker Richard Attenborough, celebs like Anil Kapoor and Shobhaa De recalled the importance of his monumental film “Gandhi”.


Fifth Column: Reality hurts hard

India needs a strong, vigilant opposition party as much as it needs an effective government.


30 years later, they recall how ‘Gandhi’ was shot

New York-based film critic Aseem Chhabra who enacted one of the “front-line” extras in the film, “Gandhi” reminisces about the cold freezing morning of Delhi in December 1980, where the film was being made.


‘I’ve never seen evidence of opinion polls influencing voters… making people go with the winner or deciding to back the underdog’

In this Walk the Talk on NDTV 24X7,renowned psephologist Sir David Butler talks to The Indian Express Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta about how he coined the words swing and psephology,the reason he remains optimistic about India after studying its elections for so long,and why bad opinion polls get driven out on own

Mars and modern India

The Congress was an instrument that Gandhi adapted to mass struggle,but under his dictatorial rule.