Surrendered Naxals pass test on Gandhian principles
The whole exercise is to help them drift away from path of violence
A total of 55 surrendered Naxals who had dozens of murder and arson cases registered against them have fared very well in an exam on Gandhi’s life and principles conducted by Gadchiroli police.
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The two pacifists: Rajiv Gandhi and Mahatma Gandhi
[21st May 2014 is 23rd death anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi, the scion of Nehru-Gandhi family and the former Prime Minister of India.]
Is peace-making still remaining fatal in the Indian subcontinent? Is individualized peace activism with…Continue
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Reasons for Gandhi to enter into politics!
Despite his saintly life, Mahatma-ship and being an Apostle of Peace, Gandhiji preferred to enter into politics and geared up the freedom movement actively. To a question on why he joined politics, Mahatma Gandhi answered:
“...If I seem to take part in politics, it is only because politics encircle us today like the coil of…
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Gandhi Research Foundation
‘Gandhi Teerth’, Jain Hills, Jalgaon 425001, MS, India.
GANDHI JAYANTI CELEBRATIONS - 2013…Continue
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|Eknath Easwaran’s Thought for the…|
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It turns out that "Tees Janvari", January 30th - the day Mahatma Gandhi knowingly embraced death for his highest principle, Ahimsa (non-violence) - does have special significance for people in India. More indeed than October 2nd, the official holiday, which can commemorate little more than one mother's effort of delivering a baby boy, Mohanna, in Porbandar. As his philosopher grandson Ramu Gandhi once reminded me at his usual haunt in Delhi, "there is no merit in getting born, or getting a…Continue
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