Meticulously tracing Gandhi’s political action and philosophy, the book discusses the relevance of non-violence, satyagraha, mass-mobilisation, and Sarvodaya.

Review of Geopolitics in the era of Globalisation — Mapping an Alternative Global Future: The Gandhi approach

Dhananjay Tripathi

1930: On March 12, Gandhiji led the Salt Satyagraha from Sabarmati Ashram. On April 5, Gandhiji and his team arrived at Dandi, Gujarat where he manufactured salt, broke the Salt Law and started the nationwide Civil Disobedience Movement.

Gandhi in a salt memorial at Dandi

Sudipta Datta
Singhvi thinks that lawyers don’t exist to assess or judge their clients. “I respectfully disagree with Gandhiji (who had strong views about who to represent),” he quips.

Noted lawyer Abhishek Singhvi recounts eight significant cases in his book From the Trenches

Mukund Padmanabhan
The author discusses Operation Searchlight in detail, especially why and how the hour of the operation’s launch was advanced.

K.S. Nair’s December in Dacca review: War, conflict, and India’s role in Bangladesh’s liberation

KRA Narasiah
Beyond the dazzle of Dubai, Doha and Riyadh, there is pervasive poverty, inequality and injustice that are alienating people and making them susceptible to fundamentalism, drugs, terrorism and extremism.

Talmiz Ahmad’s West Asia at War review: Beyond Dubai’s riches

Dammu Ravi