Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi with her son Rajiv Gandhi, daughter-in-law Sonia Gandhi and grandchildren Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi.
(*) Meghalaya Emporium on Baba Kharak Singh Mark. It's in the Rajiv Gandhi Handicrafts Bhawan. Go upstairs, to where the Bikanervala snacks is located, and they are right outside it. Great collection of handwoven fabrics, as well as many beautiful craft items in bamboo and natural materials. Fixed price. Closed Sundays.
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The architecture and infrastructure of the apartment is constructed by using modern and new technologies according to comfort and easy lifestyle. This residency is one of the beautifully designed project adorned with all the essential amenities and features of luxury lifestyle. Hinjewadi is a superb location, that includes Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park and Hinjewadi Industries Association
Rajiv Gandhi puts a garland of fresh flowers on his bride Sonia
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A television journalist sets his camera inside the premises of the Supreme Court in New Delhi February 18, 2014. India's Supreme Court commuted death sentences on three men for involvement in the killing of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi to life imprisonment on Tuesday because of an 11-year delay in deciding on their petitions for mercy. Gandhi was killed by an ethnic Tamil suicide bomber while campaigning in an election in the southern Indian town of Sriperumbudur in May 1991.
History of the Day – Rajiv Gandhi was born on August 1944 Rajiv Gandhi one of the most popular politician and Prime Minister in Indian Political History. He was born on August 1984 and died on 21 May Rajiv Gandhi was the Seventh Prime Minister of India