Role of Press and Indian Freedom Struggle: All Through the Gandhian Era

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APH Publishing, Jan 1, 2001 - India - 338 pages
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Contents

First Steps
3
First Laurels
6
The NonBrahmin Party
7
First Contact with Gandhiji
9
At Allahabad
11
First WalkOut by Motilal Nehru
12
From Leader to Independent
16
Gandhijis First Capture Jawaharlal
22
London Times Complaint
146
Grigg and Hallett Join
150
The Story of our Serverance
154
Press Trust of India
161
My Foreign Tour
163
Talk with Sgr Gayda
165
A Glipse of Hitler in a Cafe
168
Speaking in the British Parliament
169

Delhi Grows
24
Betaj Badshah Ki Jai
27
First Khaddar Congress
29
Indias Capital City
32
Jinnahs Last Appearance at Congress
34
Indianization of the Army
36
Muddiman Committee
40
LordHailey
46
The Rainey Touch
49
The First Phase of N C 0
55
Patels Bombshell and Bhagat Singhs Bomb
63
Simon in the Assembly Gallery
67
Congress and Prohibition
69
Simla A Capital Health City
70
One Hour with De Valera
73
De Valera in Delhi in 1948
77
R K Shanmukham Chetty as Swarajist
79
As First Finance Minister
83
Press Interviews
88
What is a Congress Session
91
Reporting of the Congress
96
Congress Special Service
99
Press Gallery Incidents
101
Press Conference by Cripps
104
My Incendiary Questions
106
FaceReading Device
110
Intuition and Perseverence
112
Alertness also Pays
114
Contretemps at Press Conferences
115
Conferences by Nehru and Patel
120
Cartoons and Shankar
122
Convulsions of a Cartoonist
124
Part III
131
Associated Press
133
Indian News Agency and Bureau
135
The Free Press Agency
140
Delhi as Editorial Headquarters
141
Contents xiii
144
With Sir Samuel Hoare
175
Reuters News Editor Mollified
177
Mahatma Distorted at Tussauds
179
Return Via Paris and Geneva
180
Part IV
185
British Cabinet Minister to Visit India
187
Give us FreedomWe will Finish the Job
191
Total War Requires Total Freedom
195
Denial of Defence Means Denial of Freedom Itself
199
Settle Now with the Mahatma
203
Hopes and Fears about C R Jinnah Meeting
208
Linlithgow also FailsSystem at Fault
211
Reiterate the Freedom Demand
216
AngloMuslim Alliance against Sapru Report
221
How I become RI 0
229
Govt Becomes Indian and National
231
Laguers Enters and Sabotage
237
Publicity for All
240
Meeting Editors and Accrediting Correspondents
242
Publicity for Cabinet Delegation
246
Interviews with Viceroys
252
The Popular Mountbattens
259
SJT C R
262
RajenBabu
267
Political Appreciation
270
NorthWest Frontier
272
Titles Under British Rule
278
More Gandhian Memories
281
Nehru and Patel
289
Last Meeting with Sapru
295
A I N E C
296
Some Press Gallery Memories
301
Dopes and AntiDotes
305
Sir C R Ramaswami Iyer
311
The Tragedy of SuppleMurti
316
Conclusion
323
Index
329
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