Aspects of our foreign policy: from speeches and writings of Indira Gandhi.

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Indian Foreign Policy towards China was initially based on idealism of Nehru, steered towards realism by Mrs Indira Gandhi, asserted by Rajiv Gandhi and culminated with India going overtly nuclear under Vajpayee in May About the Book The story of Jawaharlal Nehru, as the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi described it, “is that of a man who evolved, who grew in storm and stress till he became the representative of much that was noble in his time.” This anthology tells that story to the young readers through the words of Jawaharlal Nehru himself.

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When Indira Gandhi proclaimed emergency rule in and jailed a lot of journalists and instituted a policy of forced sterilization on many Indian mothers, she thought, `Well, you know, crime is down and maybe this is doing something good for the country.' Again, I don't think that was a very perceptive awareness of the realities of Indian life.

Actually no. Gandhi is still responsible for the disaster that he thrust on India. Gandhi dictated that Nehru would succeed him in dictating to India. Nehru’s departure saw the rise of another dictator — Indira Gandhi.

Nehru was a garden variety average intellectual and a below average thinker. Indira was even worse.