Ram Manohar Lohia on India, Indians, Nehru and the world in his private correspondence.
Politics by Rakesh AnkitSep 07, 2017
You must always
remember that anyone who goes like a swine or a rhino straight will never come
to harm. He may die. But he will not lose. I go through life like a rhino or a
swine, as far as politics are concerned. —Rammanohar Lohia to Roma Mitra, September 14, 1957Seven years ago, on
Lohia’s birth centenary, academic-activist Yogendra Yadav asked, “What is
living and what is dead in Ram Manohar Lohia?”, as he assessed his ideas,
excavated their philosophical foundations and re
Read this story with a subscription.
teaches history at the Law School in Jindal University. He studied at Delhi, Oxford, and Southampton.
The latest coup in Thailand is not unexpected, given the country’s long and chequered history, and the military’s cosy equation with Thai royalty.
by Sunil Murthy Jul 02, 2014
Fighting urbanisation in the Doon.
by Juliet Reynolds Feb 07, 2016
The late P. K. Nair, archivist, critic and student of cinema was an articulate commentator on the past and the future of the medium.
by Partha Chatterjee Jul 06, 2017
Welcome back, Please enter your details
Sign in with Google