Memorable Quotes from Rajiv Gandhi and on Rajiv Gandhi

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Concept Publishing Company, 2009 - India - 236 pages
 

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Contents

Activating Panchayats
3
Administration Stagnant
4
Advantage of North ул
5
A New World Order
6
A Plea to give Power to the People
7
A Responsive Administration
8
A Right Value System
9
Balanced Growth
10
Perfection for Professionalism
116
Plan without Peoples Participation
117
Planning from Below
119
Poverty Reduction
120
Power of Indian Youth
121
Power to People
122
Process of National Integration
123
Public Awareness
124

Building a Casteless Society
11
Catch the IT Bus
12
Celebrating Diversity
13
CentreState Relations
14
Change with times
15
Combating Communalism
16
Compartmentalization of India
17
Constitutionalisation of Grassroots Democracy
18
Containing Communalism
19
Cooperatives for the Poor
20
Country We Want to Build
21
Critical Mass will do Critical Function
22
Defaulting Mind
23
Defective Educational System
24
Democracy and Development
25
Dialectics of Secularism
26
Dignity of the House
27
Disciplining
28
District Administration not a Representative
29
Earth Citizen
30
Education for Thinking
31
Education in Our Daily Life
32
Education is a Great Equalizer
33
Education is Nation Building
34
Efficient Public Sector
35
End Communal Forces
36
Entry to Politics
37
Environment and Development
38
Extension Work by Men
39
Farmers Our Backbone
40
Fighting Communalism and Terrorism
41
First Man to Think this Issue
42
Freedom and Responsibility
43
Free People
44
Gandhijis Dream
45
Gap between People and Government
46
Give Power to the People
47
Goals of Education
48
Good Must be United
49
Good Neighbours
50
Grassroots Ignored in Reform
51
Human Resource Development
52
Human Unity
53
have a Dream
54
Idea comes through a Process
55
Implications of Mass Movements
56
Importance of Dialogue
57
Importance of Traditional Values
59
Improving Education 60 57 Improving Education 58 India and China Relations
61
India Demonstrated
62
India had a Tradition of Panchayats
63
India is Immortal
64
India is Not Ordinary Nation
65
India is Second to None
66
India is Strong 67 64 India is Strong 65 Indian Approach to Indian Problem
68
Indian Unity is Strength
69
Indian Women 70 67 Indian Women 68 Indias Heritage
71
Indias Nationalism
72
Indias Pluralism
73
Indias Progress is Felt
74
Indigenous Base of Science and Technology
75
Japans Uniqueness
76
Life Long Education
77
Linkage between Poverty and Technology
78
Linking Technology with Farmers
79
Local Body is Peoples Rights
80
Mainstreaming Women
81
Make India a Model
82
Make Power Brokers Out
83
Man with Modern Technology
84
Mandate for Unity and Strength
85
Mass Education
86
Mind and Matter
87
Missing Concern for Environment
88
Modernity and Tradition
89
Need of Change in Educational System
90
Necd of Opposition
91
Need of Reform in Administration
92
Need of Reform in Education
93
Nehru Stood for Democracy
94
New Theory in Democracy
95
Jew Theory of Indian Democracy
96
Not Peoples Fault
97
Objectives of Education
98
Our Administrative Maladies
99
Our Administrative System
100
Our Experience in Grassroots Democracy
101
Our Politics
102
Our Science and Technology
103
Our System of Democracy
104
Our Wealth
105
Panchayats and Social Justice
106
Panchayats on their Own Feet
107
Panditji and Panchayati Raj
108
Participatory Growth and Democracy
109
Patriotism
110
Pen has Lost its Strength
111
Pecple are Always Secular
112
People is Our Wealth
113
Peoples Faith in Our Democracy
114
Perception on Bureaucracy
115
Public Sector
125
Quality and People Centric Education
126
Recapture the Spirit of India
127
Reform our Administrative System
128
Reforming Elections
129
Religion is Personal
130
Remembering Gandhiji
131
Reservation of Seats for SCST and Imperative 129 Responsive Administration
133
Role of Centre and State in Strengthening Panchayats
134
Role of Power Brokers
135
Role of Press in Combating Communalism
136
Roots of Democracy Strengthened
137
RuralUrban Continuum
138
Safeguarding our Freedom
139
Science and Environment
140
Science for Everyday Life
141
Scientific Temper 139 Scientific Temper
142
Secular Credentials of India 141 Secular Culture 142 Secular India 143 Secularism 144 SelfReliant Industries
144
Separating Religion and Politics
145
Skill Upgradation 147 Social Justice for Democracy 148 Spirit of India 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144
146
Spirit of Sacrifice
154
Spiritualism is Our Strength
155
Strength of India
156
Strengthening Democracy
157
Strengthening the Panchayati Raj System
158
Struggle for Human Rights
159
Struggle for Water but Mismanaging Water
160
Subjugation of Scientific Tradition
161
Systematic Solution
162
Tackling Communalism
163
Taking India to New Heights
164
Technology and Development
165
Technology for Today
166
The New Education has a Goal
167
Top Strong Bottom Weak
168
Training
169
Tribute to Two Gandhians
170
Truly Responsible Administration
171
Trusting People
172
21st Century India
173
Unique Educational System
174
Unique University
175
United India
176
Unity and Integrity
177
Uphold the Unity of India
178
Uplifting Women A Precondition for Development
179
Value System in India
180
Variations in Devolution
181
We are capable but Restraint
182
We are for Humanity Development
183
We Need Quick Action
184
Weak Structure of Our Democracy
185
Where are Harijans in Panchayats?
186
Where is women in Governance?
187
Women to be Empowered
188
Women Underrepresented
189
Women with Moral Strength
190
Work for Unity
191
Section II
193
A Free Thinker
195
A Man who Stood Tall
196
A New Era
197
A Statesman
198
An Innovative Parliamentarian
199
An Outstanding Democrat
200
Betrayal Tolerated
201
Committed for Decentralization
202
Concern for Depressed Class
203
Constitutional Reformer
204
Decency and Fair Play
205
Deep Commitment in International Affairs
206
Determined Endeavour
207
Eminent Parliamentarian
208
Foresighted Visionary
209
Forthrightness
210
Gave New Impetus to SAARC
211
Gem among the Jewels
212
Good Listener
213
Great Son of India
214
His Greatest Contribution
215
In Support of Peoples Struggle
216
Insight
217
International Statesman
218
Invincible for the Opposition
220
Leader of the Third World
221
Left on Intelligible Mark
222
Modern National Architect
223
Nationalist Parliamentarian
224
New Style of Confrontation
226
NonViolence
227
Prince Among the Politicians
228
Rare Among Rarest
229
Right Successor
230
Shadow Cabinet
231
Statesman of Excellent Calibre
232
Stood for High Principles
233
Stood for Secularism
234
True heir of Nehru
235
World Leader
236
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