Contributor biographical information for Reading Gandhi in the twenty-first century / Niranjan Ramakrishnan.
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Niranjan Ramakrishnan grew up in New Delhi and now lives in the USA. Since 2003 his writings on politics and current affairs have appeared on web and print journals in India and the USA. He is a regular contributor to Counterpunch and Countercurrents, online publications with a large readership. His work has also been carried by Z-Mag, Common Dreams and Dissident Voice, among others. Among the print outlets that have featured his writings are The Oregonian, Indian Express, The Hindu, India Today and The Economic Times. His first book, Bantaism – The Philosophy of Sardar Jokes, published in 2011, was hailed for its audacity by noted author and historian Khushwant Singh. In other lives, he has worked for a bank and run two software companies.
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Gandhi, -- Mahatma, -- 1869-1948 -- Influence.
Gandhi, -- Mahatma, -- 1869-1948 -- Teachings.