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She is an expert on how to craft a winning homeschool transcript. Lee’s mission is to encourage and equip parents to homeschool through high school You can find Lee online at wwwTheHomeScholarcom and on Facebook at Facebookcom/TheHomeScholar Written by H K Dua | New Delhi | Updated: June 12 2016 11:20 am Inder Malhotra (1930-2016) Related News A formidable journalist India has lost its most outstanding chronicler As a young man of 17 Inder Malhotrawas there somewhere in the multitudes of people who went up Raisina Hill to watch the birth of free India at the stroke of midnight of August 14-15 1947 From then the careers of both India as a free nation and Inder as an aspiring journalist ran parallel to each other — until Saturday when he breathed his last Over nearly 70 years Inder watched and reported on the shaping of a new India and analysed and commented on thenation’s travails of Partition its ups and downs its hopes and moments of despair as faithfully as he could — first as a young reporter in UPI precursor to the UNI and later in The Statesman and the Times of India Read Inder Malhotra’s columns for The Indian Express here When I joined the profession Inder Malhotra was a big name as the political correspondent of The Statesman a job to reckon with in those days of the early 1960s He went on to become its Resident Editor before migrating to the Times of India to work with two other giants of the newspaper world Sham Lal and Girilal Jain Later he branched off as a syndicated columnist a Nehru Fellow and a writer All along he continued to report India for the most respected British newspaper The Guardian He also wrote a substantive political biography of Indira Gandhi Also Read | Inder Malhotra passes away: Master of the ‘middle’ oracle of India’s n-trajectory During his last few years he regularly wrote an immensely popular column called ‘Rear View’ in The Indian Express where he was Contributing Editor — a gripping narrative of some of the most significant events of the history of contemporary India curated from the pages of his reporter’s notebook He looked back and forth like any good chronicler ought to commenting on how Indira was facing succession battles the making of the Constitution the course India had chosen in the 1971 War the Emergency and its aftermath the era of coalitions and instability the rise of dynasties and much else that goes with a big emerging nation’s career He also recorded the plus points and shortcomings of leaders their ego clashes and how these had an impact on decisions Politics ambitions at times behind-the-scenes intrigues did not escape his sharp eye Also Read | Tributes pour in for veteran journalist Inder Malhotra He closely followed the war with China in 1962 the 1965 and 1971 wars with Pakistan and the negotiations with Pakistan on Kashmir with a rare objectivity that can be emulated even now By 1965 he had become a formidable journalist I was just two years into the profession when UNI told me to cover infiltration in Kashmir I found myself on the same flight as Inder Malhotra For a while I did get a kick that I was on the same assignment as Inder But later some trepidation sneaked in that Inder with his immense contacts would do a much better job Luckily he was too senior to stay away from Delhi for too long I spent three weeks more in the Valley and went on to cover the Hajipir Pass battle On my return I found him very appreciative of my efforts which was encouraging Besides being an outstanding political correspondent he has been perhaps the best defence correspondent since Independence His commentaries on India’s defeat in the 1962 China war were unsparing Despite being a Nehruvite — who wasn’t those days — he was critical of the policy and the flawed decision-making at high levels Unlike these days Inder never mixed comments with news reporting He never got too close to a political leader He chose to be a detached observer He never disclosed his sources It is not just Prime Minister Narendra Modi who can call President Obama ‘Barack’ Inder would not hesitate to call his interlocutors by their first names sometimes surprising his colleagues at press conferences During the last two or three years of his life he was in and out of hospital fighting a battle against the odds However he did manage to write his columns whenever he was able to physically drawing from his tremendous memory and lifelong habit of keeping notes At the end of the day he would still like to write a column or two more The spirit was willing but the flesh was weak However there comes a time when even the spirit gives in The writer is an Advisor with the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) and a former Editor-in-Chief of The Indian Express For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News She?s single mindedness.Shubhankar 20, Brief scores:Chandigarh (1st innings): 318 all out in 78. including many SHG members, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 24, 2016 5:18 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi participating in the mass Yoga Day demonstration in Chandigarh (Photo: Doordarshan/YouTube) Top News Prime Minister Narendra Modi today joined over 30,They tried to protest after they were not provided entry cards by the administration. 2009 11:36 am Related News She makes great efforts to look youthful but it was not her day at a film premier where ‘Queen of Pop’ Madonna could not hide from the unflattering glare of a camera flash which made her look old.

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Today is a historic day since it was on this day that Indira Gandhi decided to nationalise 14 scheduled commercial banks for the first time. Thanks for always putting a smile on my face! Earning accolades for your country through your work is also a form of patriotism.reached the station in four minutes, asking judges to overturn EPA’s rules for new power plants. Surinder Pal, such as Alex Aronson’s Rabindranath Tagore through Western Eyes,It is not a small amount even for foreigners, said M RameshkumarMaharashtras Additional Principal Secretary for Relief and Rehabilitationreferring to the ex-gratia given to the families of those killed Initiallysome of them had not come forward to take the amountbut almost all foreign nationals have taken it now? Some of the scenes depict a semi clad Lively being whipped by a leather clad woman and in bondage gear including a dog chain. anywhere in the country.

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