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Sabarmati Ashram: A Legacy of Mahatma
by Jaipal Singh
Going by the history, the Ashram was formerly known as Satyagrah Ashram and is located at the Sabarmati suburb of Ahmedabad, Gujarat on the banks of the river Sabarmati. Gandhi had stayed there for several years (1915 to 1933) and the place was a witness of many historical events. Read On

of Colonial Administrative System

by H.N. Bali
Nothing brings out more tellingly Nehru’s failure to modernize Indian polity than the way he connived at — if not positively contributed to — the preservation of a colonial bureaucracy that the British rulers had devised to rule and exploit India. Also, during his Prime Ministership, something more insidious happened. The very worst of our medieval past — the high-handed exercise of authority and utter lack of accountability — coalesced into the existing colonial administrative system bequeathed by the Raj. Read On

Shining a Light on Strategy
by Aneeta Chakrabarty
This is a very old story – a tragic story about a dauntless monarch Prithvi Raj Chauhan and his nemesis, the ruthless invader Mohammed Ghori. The fabled Rajput king after defeating Ghori magnanimously let him live to fight another day.  Read On

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