Dear John, Let me use one unparlimentary word here …
Comment posted The Tiger and the Syrian Christians: Tipu Sultan’s ‘Padayottam’ by George Mathew.
Let me use one unparlimentary word here ‘Patel was the only one who had testicles’.
Nehru was a romantic and had giant charisma. Gandhi wanted Nehru more than Patel. Was Gandhi right?
I read about a fascinating insight into the power of Nehru that when he spoke in/attended Parliment, no body misbehaved. Once Nehru left parliment, it was ‘market place’ again.
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