NEHRU


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NEHRUNorth East Housing Reconstruction Unit
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The expectation one has of India's media is to dispense with irrelevant point-scoring about whether Nehru or Modi was the first Prime Minister to visit Palestine.
On July 10, Nehru went back on his agreement, leading Sardar Patel to call it Nehru's 'emotional insanity'.
In another telegram addressed to Prime Minister of Pakistan dated October 28, 1947, Nehru said, 'In regard to accession also, it has been made clear that this is subject to reference to people of State and their decision.
Nehru advocated Indians and Chinese are brothers ('Hindi-Chini bhai bhai') and had also signed the Panchseel Agreement on Tibet in 1950.
Working shoulder to shoulder with Mahatma Gandhi and his father Motilal, Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of independent India and also served as Congress president after his father's term.
Nothing is gained as often attempted by Modi to pit the two great leaders (Pandit Nehru and Sardar Patel) of power (against each other)," Manmohan Singh said while addressing media here in the wake of the upcoming Gujarat elections.
It wants to dislodge Nehru from his iconic cult status as he had a perennial distrust and dislike for the RSS.
Nehru's wife ( Kamala) was in Switzerland for her tuberculosis treatment, and Gandhi suggested that Nehru meet his friend, Rolland.
Pundit Nehru was aware of this and he strongly advocated for a complete freedom to the Naga - but remaining inside the Indian Union," he added.
But above all we are watching over selves and if we fail in our own estimation who will rescue us" (14) Nehru in fact was confronted with severe communal feelings within his own Cabinet.
14 -- Writing on Children's day, I cannot help but recall a childhood/teenage wish that will never be fulfilled, at least not in this life - I wish I had been born old enough to romance Jawaharlal Nehru.
So, Jawahar Lal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, wanted to modernize India as soon as possible and to catch up with the West interns of economic development, Industrialization was, for him, the key to India's quick transformation.