Indira Gandhi Case Study

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Mrs Gandhi herself said in a television interview: "I never felt they look at me as a foreigner. Because I'm not. I am Indian.
Mrs Gandhi spent the seventies steeped in Indian Culture.
In 1984 Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards in retaliation for her decision to send troops into their holiest shrine, the Golden Temple.
In August 2000, Mrs Gandhi became a grandmother for the first time when daughter Priyanka gave birth to a son.

Mrs Gandhi is a familiar figure in Amethi, her husband's rural parliamentary constituency in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh which her son Rahul Gandhi now represents. She herself has represented the neighbouring seat of Rai Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh

One of the references quotes By refusing the Prime Minister’s chair Mrs. Sonia Gandhi has shown the nation that she is the true successor of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty and that she has acquired the spirit of patriotism of which her father-in-law Feroz Gandhi and her grandfather-in law Pt. Jawaharlal Lal Nehru both are outstanding examples in the history of
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English links Indians best to the world, both outside and inside India. English language also links better between the northern and southern parts of India. India was colonised by the British and English was the language with which the British Government governed India in the pre-independence times i.e. before 1947 and English continues to be used in Indian governance with English sharing same status as Hindi which is the national language and in fact due to the enormous list of 800 dialects and 18 languages with a long list of cultures and subcultures within the Subcontinent English seemed to be more prominent and ‘national’ in a lot many respects .With globalisation and English fluency fetching more jobs outside of India English is

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