Based on his personal experiences, memories and numerous interviews, Vir Sanghvi brings you a candid account of the recent Indian political history in Mandate: Will of the People.
Summary of the Book
This title offers an incisive account on the general elections that shaped today’s India. Sanghvi talks about the little-known, behind-the-scenes details, giving you insider information on men and women behind the headlines. The book also discusses the declaration of the emergency, the story of Sanjay Gandhi, the Punjab riots, the assassination of Indira Gandhi, emergence of Rajiv Gandhi, and the Bofors controversy among several other major political events of India. It also delves into several political questions that experts try to find the most suitable answers to.
About Vir Sanghvi
Vir Sanghvi is an Indian journalist and author. He was born in London in 1956. He graduated from Brasenose College, Oxford. He was working for India Today, and when the magazine wanted to start India’s first city-focused magazine, Bombay, it chose Vir Sanghvi to run it. At the young age of 22, Sanghvi became the editor of the new magazine and made it a success in no time. He has also anchored shows on Doordarshan and NDTV. He is currently the Editorial Director of the Hindustan Times.
presents inside political story happend in last 3-4 decades of our country...its worth to read.
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