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Kuldip Nayar

Hours Before Death, Kuldeep Nayar Wrote: Modi Govt Should Not Impose 'Hindutva Philosophies' In Northeast

Aug 23, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

His article titled 'Immigrants or vote banks?' was published in the Nagpur edition of Lokmat Times on Thursday morning, hours after his death.

Kuldip Nayar Spent All His Life As A Journalist With Considerable Distinction: S Venkat Narayan

Aug 23, 2018 S Venkat Narayan

Kuldip trained to be a lawyer and even failed in a journalism diploma course in a Lahore college, says S Venkat Narayan.


Veteran Journalist Kuldip Nayar Dies At 95

Nayar, was also the author of 15 books including “Beyond the Lines”, “India after Nehru” and “Emergency Retold”.

This Is Not The India We Dreamt Of, Fought For: Kuldip Nayar

Sep 08, 2016 Rama Dwivedi

"I believe 'soft' Hindutva is coming. What happened in Muzaffarnagar should be a warning for all of us"


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