‘Corruption, poverty denying India tag of prestigious nation’

6 January, 2011
In a public talk titled “India as a World Power: Potential and Realities” at the Indian Institute of Technology — Gandhinagar, Prof Gandhi challenged high levels of corruption and poverty and the ‘appalling’ way in which Indians treat their women.

Rajmohan Gandhi speaks at Swiss Foreign Affairs conference

22 October, 2010

Rajmohan Gandhi, the President of Initiatives of Change International was one of the guest speakers on this year’s theme: ‘When religions and worldviews meet’.

The Glenn Beck Show

18 September, 2010

Rajmohan Gandhi appeared in a panel discussion on 'Peaceful Revolutions' on the Glenn Beck Show, September 17th.

The brighter side of midnight

15 August, 2010

The Times of India writes about a recent Ford Foundation project by Nandy and Rajmohan Gandhi which "stands out as something that specifically deals with the humane side of Partition and is helping the process of reconciliation begin".

Liverpool Hope University awards Rajmohan Gandhi an honorary doctorate of letters

13 July, 2010
At a ceremony in Liverpool's Metropolitan Cathedral, when hundreds of students received their degrees, Rajmohan Gandhi gave this short address.

(A news report on the event, in the Telegraph of Calcutta, and an item with photos of the Gandhis, are available via links at the bottom of this page.)

"Chancellor Baroness Cox, Pro-Chancellor Monsignor Devine, Vice-Chancellor Professor Pillay, professors, students, parents, and guests:

I feel happy and fortunate to be able to share with Liverpool Hope’s wonderful students their milestone, and to share it in this unique, famous and consecrated setting.

Visit to Brazil

28 June, 2010

On the 23rd of June the Gandhi Voyage travelling group reached Brazil, a country known for its energizing samba, colorful carnival and fantastic football.

New book

In this thought-provoking book, award-winning biographer and historian Rajmohan Gandhi sets the record straight on the founding fathers as well as their great opponent, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Along the way, he answers questions of perennial interest. More