Indira Gandhi

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Rear View: A missing government, an international crisis

As the Red Army crossed into the land of the Afghans, for the US Pakistan turned almost overnight from a pariah country into a ‘frontline state’ in the war on ‘godless Russians’.

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Katju claims lawyer was made judge on Indira’s intervention

Katju has said that the lawyer had himself narrated the story of becoming a HC judge.

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The return of Indira

Janata’s collapse paved the way for her comeback.

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Reading India and world, through PMs’ speeches

UNGA speeches aren’t usually epoch-making. But looking back, they do give a fascinating glimpse into India’s changing sense of itself on the world stage.

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India PMs who delivered key speeches at the United Nations

Manmohan Singh had been hailed as a Prophet of Progress—the man who dragged India out of decades of slow growth into a boom unprecedented in its history.

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The disintegration of Janata

The party imploded in spectacular fashion, giving Indira Gandhi the chance to rise again.

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The Janata’s collapse

In its determination to politically destroy Indira Gandhi, the party succeeded in hastening her return to power.

Feeding Frenzy

The media is on a fairly strict, leak-free diet that puts an edge on hunger.

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Indira Gandhi’s nadir

After the 1977 election, she seemed to have reached the road’s end.

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The abrupt end of Emergency

It was a decision Indira Gandhi made only because she was forced to.

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New BJP gives iftar parties a miss

Neither Heptulla nor BJP vice-president Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has ever hosted a political iftaar party.

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Modi’s institutional designs

His approach resembles that of Indira Gandhi. But he must note: in Delhi, what one controls, slips away.

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Rear view: The beginning of resistance

Opposition to the Emergency was growing, even though the authoritarian regime seemed able to suppress it.

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Rear view: Emergency and capitulation

Initially, Indira Gandhi’s monstrous act was met by a lack of resistance.

Emergency is worst chapter of Indian democracy, says Jaitley

Jaitley highlighted “submissive Supreme Court” to suggest that the Emergency exposed the “weakness” of the Constitutional order.