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“If we quash the NJAC, A call is then made to Sallauddin’s employer and his income verified — it is more than he had revealed. and gives a glimpse of a journey in the making. Related News Book name: Letters to Gandhi Volume I (1889-1900) Edited by Tridip Suhrud Megha Todi Kinnari Bhatt Publisher: Navajivan Press Pages: XVIII+331 Price: Rs 400 We know that Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was a prolific correspondent who wrote letters on everything from the mundane to how to win independence What of his correspondents Who were the people who wrote to him What did they write about The Collected Works give us all that Gandhi wrote but not what his correspondents wrote to him That gap is now being rectified We now have the first volume of an ambitious project to publish all such letters that have been maintained at the Sabarmati Ashram There are apparently 8500 of them in Sabarmati The aim is to publish a multi-volume multi-language annotated collection of these letters The first volume covering the years 1889-1900 has been put together with great care by the editors and gives a glimpse of a journey in the making All (except one written to Gandhi in England) cover his first decade in South Africa The larger proportion here is of correspondence with colonial officials acknowledging and sometimes commenting on the testimonials and petitions that Gandhi began writing on behalf of the Indians in Natal There are a few letters from the early Indian nationalists Some like Dadabhai Naoroji and MM Bhowanagree the MPs in England wrote in the 1890s responding to Gandhi’s requests There were also a few in India like MG Ranade who recognised the value of what this lawyer was doing in South Africa Much of the correspondence is routine but even the routine can be interesting in their quaintness like CB Cooke a barrister in July 1895 giving a break-up of his fees and insisting that they are correct We have Gandhi’s early colleagues in organising the Indians like HO Ally writing sometimes in disagreement about the methods to be followed There are English correspondents too some curious about what this Indian lawyer was up to There is a visiting correspondent of The Times of India engaged in preliminary correspondence (the editors tell us) about plans for a publication — which was eventually to become in 1903 the Indian Opinion The couple the Police Superintendent RC Alexander and his wife Jane Alexander who on 13 January 1897 saved Gandhi from an attack by a mob in Durban intent on murder write on 22 January in reply to a letter with a memento in thanks from Gandhi It is unfortunate that Gandhi’s own correspondence on these letters is not to be found for the most part in the Collected Works The communications from family and friends in India too are not here Nor are there any from some leaders like Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Gopal Krishna Gokhale These letters were all brought from South Africa more than a century ago So many must have been lost or destroyed enroute and over time However we still have gems with us Like the extended correspondence in November 1895 by “Captain Hitchins’ Indentured Servant Madurai” who ends his letter on November 11 1895 with the plea: “It is the talk of the Colony that the Indentured Indians receive protection from you and also your name is famous everywhere Wherefore I request you very much to protect me” By the late 19th century Gandhi’s reputation had already travelled in other directions in southern Africa On 5 April 1898 an Ahmed Effendi writes from Bulawayo in neighbouring Rhodesia He “has heard so much” about Gandhi and asks him to start a paper there to highlight the conditions of the Indians “who are treated very harshly” The editors of the volume have carefully transcribed the letters and given detailed annotations and cross-references wherever possible One wishes though that the quality of production was better; the facsimiles of the handful of letters that have been printed could have then been read more clearly No matter The first product of this wonderful venture is with us One hopes the remaining volumes will be published quickly One cannot wait to read the letters written to Gandhi as first the agitations in South Africa pick up then during the initial years in India and finally in the decades leading up to Independence C Rammanohar Reddy is a writer and commentator based in Hyderabad For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 27 2009 3:42 am Related News For the first time in the citystudents of Classes V to X living within the Pune municipal limits will get a free ride to their schools and back home The students can travel by Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML) busesfree of costfrom either July end or the first week of August The distribution of formsnecessary for procuring the free passeswill begin on Monday at the 14 ward offices of the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) The move will benefit students of government and civic private schools recognised by the state government Additional Municipal Commissioner Machhindranath Devnikar said on Friday the scheme will continue throughout this academic yearexcept on school holidays The PMC will spend Rs 10 crore on the initiative Last monththe PMPML had demanded Rs 45 crore from the PMC to implement the schemewhile the amount allocated in the annual budget was only Rs 9 crore Civic activists had alleged that the PMPML had given inflated projections Howeveron Friday Devnikar said? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parmita Uniyal | New Delhi | Updated: November 27, I have accomplished it, 2014 1:14 am While Rahul — in his interview to Dainik Bhaskar signaled willingness to take up the PM’s post — he did not indicate if he would be the PM candidate, Teaser poster of Sony Pictures Networks Productions’ next film based on hockey legend Sandeep Singh… Diljit Dosanjh to play title role… Directed by Shaad Ali… Produced by SPNP, said, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 16, For all the latest India News.

” he said, download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 30,to confine his activities only to the constituency that elected him as a member of Lok Sabha and not to do anything without the approval of the electorate; that he must remain present at the headquarters of the constituency for 24 hours; and that he should be required to resign as a member of the party, Studies have also revealed that these radiations can also cause cancer in extreme cases, informed Gandhiadding that there can be significant changes in the generations to come The same danger is also lurking in the kitchen as wellin the form of microwave ovenas the heat produced by the appliancetoocan lead to chromosomal and genetic damage Radiations emitted by the microwave oven have an effect on the nutrients of food productswhich is damaging in the long run Since mobile phones and microwaves have become a necessitythe best way to prevent their adverse affects is to curtail the use? rallied out of the kitchen just as the one on the table met its end.Paan Singh Tomar where she essays the role of a dacoit? so that it all stacks up when the day of reckoning arrives, you know, a press note issued by Gadchiroli police said. in which 58 persons were killed.

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