Did you know: I&B Ministry under former PM Indira Gandhi had provided $10 million to make the film ‘Gandhi’
In 1982, NFDC of India, which was under the I&B Ministry, was one of the production companies that financed the film 'Gandhi'
Arrest of Kalicharan Maharaj for abusing “Mahatma” Gandhi: Why India needs to stop worshipping demi-Gods and evaluate history honestly
Kalicharan Maharaj, a seer who was a part of the Chhattisgarh Dharma Sansad has been arrested from Khajurao, Madhya Pradesh by the Chhattisgarh police
What MK Gandhi said while Moplah Muslims massacred thousands of Hindus in 1921: Support to Khilafat and asking Hindus to die without a fight
The Malabar massacre of 1921 was not the only time Moplah Muslims had unleashed genocide against Hindus. But Gandhi was either malicious or naive
When a statue of Mahatma Gandhi could not be installed in Lakshadweep due to unspoken ‘shariat culture’
The bust of MK Gandhi could not be offloaded at Lakshadweep as Muslims objected to the installation of any such statues.
The New Yorker published an article by Bill McKibben, titled – Gandhi, History, and the Lessons of the Events at the Capitol.
Whether it is about the Quit India Movement of 1942 or about the New India of 2020, Mahatma Gandhi continues to be an anathema to the Left-Liberal establishment.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has often relied on Nathuram Godse to attack Narendra Modi and RSS
In reply to a question on what were the qualities of 'subuddhi' (a righteous man) and 'kubuddhi' (an immoral man), the answer read "kubuddhi was a wicked man and led a life of drinking and Gandhijis", instead of 'drinking and gambling'.
MK Gandhi died due to accidental reasons in a sudden sequence of events: Odisha govt booklet on Gandhi triggers row
The Congress on Friday went on to demand the resignation of Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik, stating that the State govt tried to distort facts by terming Mahatma Gandhi death an accident.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi or Mahatma Gandhi as he is fondly called the world over, wrote two letters to the German Dictator Adolf Hitler, one in 1939 and the other, in 1940.