Jawaharlal Nehru

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Noun1.Jawaharlal Nehru - Indian statesman and leader with Gandhi in the struggle for home rule; was the first prime minister of the Republic of India from 1947 to 1964 (1889-1964)
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In the process, a lot of soul searching is taking place currently in BJP ruled India regarding what is now deemed Nehruvian policy.
Also, Modi's promise of governance -- development for all and appeasement for none -- struck a chord, effectively cornering the Congress, a party with a socialist tilt and which followed the Nehruvian vision of protecting India's minorities.
To mock them as tea vendors or pakora sellers is to undermine the Nehruvian argument.
According to my personal point of view, India at 70 is a major disappointment, as the "world's largest democracy" has been transformed into an intolerant, exclusivist state driven by bigotry and religious extremism - a total negation of Gandhian principles and Nehruvian ideals.
The Nehruvian path represented by the first prime minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, rooted in these principles and the values of democracy and secularism, had a great impact not only on the nation but on the thinking of the Indian church as well.
They discuss a new interpretive framework of foreign policy: a paradigm shift, the Nehruvian legacy: policy anomalies and policy failure, extended neighborhood and multilevel alignments, Modi and Xi Jinping's slow dance toward cooperation, and whether his Pakistan policy is dAaAaAeA?
As early as 1948, one of Marg's authors was the legendary architect and city planner Le Corbusier, a key figure in the Nehruvian vision for independent India.
Nehruvian vision of modernity for India consisted of seven features: National unity, Parliamentary democracy, Industrialization, Socialism, Cultivating scientific temper, Secularism and Non-alignment.
Yes, opening up India to the world market was a giant step for a country that had been bearing the yoke of Nehruvian socialism for four decades.
Nehruvian autonomous foreign policy and his legacy were molded later on by his own daughter by opening a new chapter in the history of India.
These studies have "projected India's rise as positive development for global politics, owing to India's adherence to multilateralism over unilateralism, soft power image, liberal and secular democracy, non-aggressive military modernization and Nehruvian philosophy of peaceful coexistence" (Misra 2013).
Indian society under Modi government is at risk of going flat and losing pluralistic nuances created by the so called Nehruvian consensus.