After unveiling a statue of Upadhyaya, Gadkari told reporters that both Mahatma
Gandhi and Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya believed that politics should be used as a tool of socio-economic development and not as an instrument of power.
Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme is the world's largest cash for work programme, which responds to the needs of 53 million poor rural households by ensuring them 100 days employment per year.
Advocates Harsh Vardhan Surana and Sandeep Singh submitted that the multinational company had hurt the feelings of Indians by using Mahatma
Gandhi as a poster boy for commercial gains in the garb of honouring the great man.
Jaishankar observed that Mahatma
Gandhi was a paradox, "He was a revolutionary yet a realist.
Gujarat Vidyapith is a university founded by Mahatma
Gandhi in 1920 as part of the Non Cooperation Movement.
Although it's undergone a number of name changes and venue moves over the decades, the Mahatma
currently meets monthly in Hightown and in various city centre venues for workshops, lectures and an exchange of ideas and skills.
New Delhi, July 11 ( ANI ): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said Friday that files related to the January 31, 1948 assassination of Father of the Nation Mahatma
Gandhi are safe, and also rubbished a CPI-M allegation that 1.
Nearly 10 crore bank/post office accounts have been opened and around 80 percent of Mahatma
Gandhi NREGA payments are made through this innovative route," he said.
I am particularly pleased since Mahatma
Ghandi was a person whom I admired.
Gandhi said the pathway to achieve Sarvodhya is Anthyodhya, attention to the poorest person.
IT NOW appears that Winston Churchill's " seditious fakir" comment during his wilderness years is linked to an occasion when Mahatma
Gandhi posed for portraits at Kingsley Hall in London.
Talking about Mahatma
Gandhi's association with South Africa and his famous movement against racism there, Chouhan said "a private company was in possession of the land on which Mahatma
Gandhi's Ashram was built.