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Mahatma Ghandi was an Indian activist who was the leader of the Indian independence movement against British rule.
He chose Mahatma Ghandi as an outstanding example; an astute Indian, non-violent campaigner.
In desperate times like this, it helps to recall what Mahatma Ghandi once wrote: To me political power is not an end but one of the means of enabling people to better their condition in every department of life.
Mahatma Ghandi once said: "A nation's greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members."
The song was said to have been Mahatma Ghandi's favourite "bhajan" and Mr Modi also shared links to songs by other musicians from around the world, marking the 150th birth anniversary of Ghandi.
Mahatma Ghandi once said, "Be the change you wish to see in the world." This axiom is at the heart of Ashoka, a helping organization that envisions a world where everyone can be a 'changemaker.' In this inspiring title, Christine Welldon introduces young readers to 16 diverse and remarkable 'changemakers'--social entrepreneurs who, with the help of Ashoka, are making their vision for a better world a reality.
Mahatma Ghandi once said 'A nation's greatness is measured by how it treat s its weakest members.'
It is what makes us admire people such as Mahatma Ghandi, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr.
'Kung lumaki ka the way na lumaki ako na ang maririnig mo paulit-ulit from your dad was Mahatma Ghandi, JFK and Martin Luther King, the fact na ma-mi-meet mo 'yung daughter, talaga so exciting.'
When attempts are made to sanctify the murderer of Mahatma Gandhi, non-violence and pluralism, the ideals of Mahatma Ghandi are to be highlighted and promoted.
"Not that old chestnut," he sniffed before turning to a fraught fellow reporter and barking: "You're right, that tortoise does look like Mahatma Ghandi. Have we got video on this?" Geographically, many of the nation's most "jaw-dropping" Tuesday bombshells do not pass muster.
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