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The Failure of Indira Gandhi

The Failure of Indira Gandhi Ajit Roy INDIRA Gandhi's death is a tragedy in more than the apparent senses; it really reflects the more fundamental tragedy of the post- Independence developments in India. The circumstances that led to the heinous crime on October 31 have their roots in the frustrations and contradictions of the Nehru era, and, Indira Gandhi essentially continued the Nehru line, with of course, significant variations in the modalities. The fundamental objective of both Jawaharlal and Indira was the modernisation of the country

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