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Typical of her style of negotiating with world leaders was her exchange with the British foreign secretary, Alec Douglas-Home “Our fear” he said “is that there would be war” “We wouldn’t start it” was her laconic reply In every country including the US public and media opinion about the Pakistan army’s crimes against humanity in Bangladesh was far ahead of the government Yet pleas for “restraint” were ubiquitous Gandhi used her public appearances to deal with them When a BBC interviewer advised her to “show restraint” she shot back that such appeals were “meaningless” because no government had shown such restraint as hers “despite tremendous provocation and threat to our security and stability” When the interviewer persisted in his argument that restraint was the need of the hour she told him: “When Hitler was on the rampage why didn’t you say ‘let’s keep quiet have peace with Germany and let the Jews die’” This was greeted with tremendous applause The diplomatic odyssey did have some lasting effect When at the height of the Bangladesh war in December 1971 there was hectic diplomatic activity at the UN Security Council France and Britain voted against every resolution unacceptable to India The story in the US was starkly different during both the SC debates and Gandhi’s earlier visit to Washington In his book The White House Years which many have called “Whitewash Years” Henry Kissinger has recorded that the Nixon-Gandhi meetings “turned into a classic dialogue of the deaf” He has added that Gandhi and Nixon were “not intended by fate to be personally congenial” Yet even though she got nowhere with the Nixon-Kissinger duo she made up for it by addressing her message to the American people who were already critical of the notorious “tilt” towards Pakistan When at the National Press Club she was asked about a possible meeting with Yahya she replied that she could not possibly “shake hands with a clenched fist” Another quotable quote of Kissinger is: “Nixon’s comments after a meeting with her were not always printable” What an irony it is therefore that much later the US government itself printed some of these egregiously foul remarks In 2005 the US State Department published South Asia Crisis 1971 in the series “Foreign Relations of the United States 1969-76” It clearly states that while waiting for Gandhi to arrive for her second meeting with them the then US president and his national security advisor were not content with calling her a “witch”; they also hurled at her a rhyming epithet that no civilised individual would use for a lady leave alone a head of a foreign government The writer is a Delhi-based political commentator For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 20 2017 3:30 am Sanjay Raut Top News Less than 48 hours before the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation goes to elections the Shiv Sena in a letter to the State Election Commission (SEC) expressed “fear” of an indirect “emergency” being imposed in the country and an attack on freedom of speech with the BJP demanding a ban on Sena’s mouthpiece Saamana Watch what else is in the news On Sunday Member of Parliament and Sena’s editor of Saamana Sanjay Raut wrote to the SEC in response to the BJP’s temporary ban on their mouthpiece The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had on February 15 demanded an immediate ban on the printing of Saamana on February 16 20 and 21 citing guidelines of the model code of conduct issued by the SEC In a veiled attack on the BJP Raut wrote “…with such a demand for banning the freedom of speech we fear that this is also a step towards imposing an emergency indirectly in the country” BJP spokesperson Shweta Shalini had earlier this week wrote to the SEC demanding action against the Shiv Sena for allegedly attempting to influence the voters Shalini referred to Saamana’s February 15 edition in Marathwada’s Aurangabad “Saamana is a newspaper with an extreme ideology but we respect the code of conduct and the rules laid down by the State Election Commission Saamana has always abided by the rules and ensured that we did not violate any journalistic principals and ethics” Raut’s letter read The Sena MP went on to advocate the editorial policies of the 28-year-old Marathi newspaper and stated that Saamana was an aggressive newspaper with nationalistic thoughts “The thoughts reflected in Saamana have always raised voice against anti-national elements and those with criminal backgrounds We have attempted to create public awareness” he said Raut’s letter alleged that the BJP nursed a “grudge” against Saamana “They (BJP) can’t digest the fact of our propagation of nationalistic thoughts Such pretentious people always have grudge about Saamana Prima facie it appears that they (BJP) have complained to you (SEC) about violations merely out of this grudge” he wrote Citing the news items that the BJP objected to the one-page letter said “The same kind of reportage has appeared in other newspapers but since Saamana has its own writing style the content in the newspaper may have appeared more aggressive However there have been no intentions to violate any code of conduct or any rules laid down…we won’t want to comment against the people who have a bias against Saamana Further Saamana has maintained that its stance is clear and transparent” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBhubaneswar:About 16 million voters will decide the political fate of 98 candidates for the 11 Lok Sabha seats and 747 aspirants for the 77 assembly seats in the final phase of polling on Thursday in Odisha with the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) hoping to romp home for the fourth straight term Although different regional and national parties have fielded their candidates the main contest is between the BJD the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) nominees for most of the seats These three parties have fielded their candidates in all the 21 Lok Sabha and 147 assembly constituencies in the state The first phase of the election was held on the 10th of April for 10 Lok Sabha and 70 assembly seats The popularity of the BJD which has been ruling the state since 2000 and is seeking a fourth term will be under test in this election It won 103 assembly and 14 Lok Sabha seats in 2009 The state witnessed 75 percent voting in the first phase nearly 10 percent more than what it recorded in the 2009 general election a senior official of the office of the state’s chief electoral officer told IANS Odisha has a total 28880850 electors and 1345 percent are in the age group 18-25 while women constitute 4793 percent Spontaneous participation of young voters is being cited as one of the main reasons behind high polling in the first phase In the past few days the state saw intense campaigning by political heavyweights including Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi and BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Despite a heat wave and mercury shooting up to 40 degrees Celsius and above in many places leaders were seen making frantic efforts to reach out to voters Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik who is the tallest leader of the state’s ruling party addressed about a dozen rallies and road show daily as part of his efforts to woo the electorate The BJD has been banking on the state government’s achievements including the Re1 per kg rice scheme and health insurance for farmers among many others while opposition parties are expecting to fare better by highlighting the state’s failures BJD vice president Surya Narayan Patro said his party is set to win for the fourth term and get more Lok Sabha seats as compared to what it got last year because of Patnaik’s "clean image" He said the rice scheme was benefiting six million poor people and the insurance cover provided to six million farmers will ensure the win Patro told IANS the government has also been providing monthly pension to two million elderly people Modi Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi addressed rallies in the state during the past few days and termed Patnaik’s government as non-performing "They (BJD) want three-four selected industrialists to take away the entire wealth of Odisha" Rahul Gandhi said while addressing an election rally Monday at the coastal Jagatsinghpur town Prominent leaders in the fray in the final phase of the polls include union Minister Srikanta Jena and industrialist-turned-politician Baijayant Jay Panda IANS "Naveen Patnaik talks of value-based politics, Gadkari said the Union government should emulate the success model of Gujarat on interlinking of rivers.Adesh Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Bathinda and eight government hospitals.55 lakh as slaughterhouse fee against the target of Rs 5 lakh. as well as sniper fire and mortar shelling. particularly the print media, Related News Bollywood actresses Tabu and Shraddha Kapoor will be singing a traditional 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