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12th Upendra Vajpeyi Memorial Lecture

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Commemorating the ‘Quit India Movement’

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Gandhi, the Journalist

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April 1, 2019 Dr Ram Puniyani spoke on “Challenges to Indian Democracy” The soft copy of the lecture will be uploaded soon. The video link is being given below. https://youtu.be/9OnP6nQF6tQ The link for photographs is given below. https://www.facebook.com/108063629295170/photos/?tab=albums

On the occasion of the ‘Quit India Movement’ anniversary, we bring to our readers an ‘almost forgotten’ tale of rebellion by a group of young men, back in 1942. We have tried to document their daring deed towards the Indian freedom struggle so that their contribution does not recede into oblivion. Click below to read …

October 2, 2017 The Media India Centre for Research and Development presents Gandhi, the Journalist, a compilation of essays by Shri Upendra Vajpayee, to commemorate the 148th birth anniversary of  Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation The famous French dramatist Romain Rolland described him as a “little man, so frail in appearance”… Upendraji’s essays …

A new initiative of the MEDIA INDIA CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT  to promote and sustain photojournalism through a session in which photo-journalists share their hands-on insights about their work as well as audio-visual projection of their work. E-invite

From Moments in Life… Memoirs of Upendra Vajpeyi All general elections since 1952 have involuntarily tempted the candidates and the parties to expose their weaknesses and strengths which otherwise remain suppressed or undisclosed. Jawaharlal Nehru was the Congress candidate for the Lok Sabha from a double-member Allahabad East – cum – Jaunpur West constituency (after …

The 8th Upendra Vajpeyi Memorial Lecture was delivered by former Governor of West Bengal and grandson of Mahatma Gandhi Mr. Gopalkrishna Gandhi on 1st April in India International Center New Delhi. The topic of the lecture was India vs Union of India and it was attended by a large number of ex government officials, academicians and journalists. …