Showing posts from April 12, 2015
Nehru Memorial Museum and Library Events for the Week 20th to 24th April, 2015
Politics and Road Building in colonial Northeast India’ Seminar (The Histories of Northeast India— New perspectives series) Mr. Santosh Rex Hasnu, University of Delhi, Delhi. Monday, 20 April 2015. 
‘The First World War and its Impact on Europe and the World’ Public Lecture (Auditorium 5.00 p.m) Prof. Margaret MacMillan, University of Oxford, UK. Monday, 20 April 2015. 
Political Sadhus and Hindu Sangathan: Engaging with the Gorakhpur Math’ Seminar Dr. Malavika Kasturi, NMML. Tuesday, 21 April, 2015
Jantar Mantar Vedhshalayein: Kuchh aankron ka ahsaas’’ Seminar Dr. Rathnasree, NMML. Wednesday, 22 April 2015.

Defining Place and History: Fabulous geographies and sacred pasts in Kashmir's historical tradition’ Public Lecture (Annexe Building) (Cultures, Traditions and Contemporary Life series) Dr. Chitralekha Zutshi, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, USA. Thursday, 23 April, 2015.
North Eastern Council- A Statutory Institution: Its …
India Against Corruption 55 mins ·  ईमानदारी जिंदाबाद! See translation
The Prime Minister of Israel 17 hrs · Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met today with 85-year old Holocaust survivor Avraham Niederhoper, originally from Romania. When he was 11, he was taken on a freight train to Moldova and from there to the Shargorod ghetto in Ukraine. Niederhoper told the Prime Minister that after surviving the Holocaust he walked back to Romania. Upon coming to Israel he worked at the Construction and Housing Ministry as an engineer and a construction supervisor. Prime Minister Netanyahu had invited Niederhoper to today’s meeting in the wake of the latter’s request via the Prime Minister’s Office. At the end of their meeting, the Prime Minister presented him with a copy of Rabbi Phil Chernofsky’s book “And Every Single One Was Someone”, which he had received several years ago, in which the word “Jew” is written 6 million times. Prime Minister Netanyahu said, “There is only one word in this book – Jew, repeated six million times. I keep it here to remember, not on…