In the 20th century, the global media spoke of democratic India “as a hope-giving marvel”. Today, the country is “in the hands of diligent leaders and dedicated organizations whose first commitment is not to democracy or equality” but Hindu nationalism, leaving out the biggest question of “What does India stand for”, writes biographer and historian, and Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, Rajmohan Gandhi as he reflects on the state of the nation in the 75 years since Independence.
RITU JHA- The only class Sukhpreet Singh(Above photo), 52, enjoyed in school was the drawing class. He was so good at it that other students would seek his help, making him feel like a leader. He was certainly much happier in drawing class than he was in math or science. The well-known artist from Punjab, […]