Nehru felt wounded, but was hardly in a position to demand fidelity from his wife.
The Wall Street Journal praised him effusively for repudiating Nehru's "xenophobia" and embracing the markets.
Nilekani takes readers through the years of Socialist India during Nehru and Indira Gandhi.
Nehru and Jinnah even stayed at the Imperial for extended periods of time in private suites.
Motilal, the Nehru paterfamilias, had his suits made in Savile Row.
Again the great coin glittered high in the air while none other than Nehru himself called out, tensely: "Heads!"
Nehru said calmly, shaking hands with the Governor-General of Pakistan.
Nehru's face was pale with anger; he was famous for his temper.
Nehru in his autobiography expresses strong differences of opinion with Gandhi at many points.
He suggested Nehru himself do it, and the Prime Minister agreed.
of a type of long, narrow jacket with a standing collar (popular in Western fashion late 1960s), 1967, a reference to Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964), first prime minister of independent India (1947-1964), who often wore such a jacket in public appearances.