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The last four years have witnessed a subtle undermining of the values of Indian democracy and an all-out attack on the Indian Constitution, he said.
Senior Congress leader Anand Sharma today flayed Union minister Arun Jaitley for drawing a parallel between former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and German dictator Adolf Hitler.
"Both Hitler and Gandhi never abrogated the Constitution. They used a republican Constitution to transform democracy into a dictatorship," says Arun Jaitley.
The study, which Charlier co-authored with four other researchers, was published Friday in the scientific magazine European Journal of Internal Medicine.
Thomas made the remarks while delivering a speech at a reception organised to welcome KPCC president M M Hassan's Janamochana Yatra.
Hitler wanted the 1936 Games to be a symbol of Aryan supremacy and famously refused to shake hands with American star Jesse Owens, the black track and field athlete who won four gold medals in Berlin.
Likening Iran's leader to Adolf Hitler, Saudi Arabia's crown prince warned in a US television interview that if Tehran gets a nuclear weapon, his country will follow suit.
A German village has decided to keep a contentious Nazi-era church bell that bears a swastika and the words "All for the Fatherland - Adolf Hitler", arguing it serves as a reminder of the country's.
Sahgal's last novel "When The Moon Shines By Day" is a satire on an age when there are acute restrictions on freedom of expressions.
The Dutch national institute for wartime documentation said Saturday it has been given a rare watercolour painting by Adolf Hitler, believed to be the only one in existence in The Netherlands.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has denounced Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as the "new Hitler of the Middle East."
The controversial Sultan and the Nazi dictator targeted specific religions. Both fought against the British. Yet only one is reviled
"L'ordre du jour" (in English "Agenda") had been among the favourites for the Goncourt prize -- the most prestigious in the French-speaking world.
In 1919 the newly formed German Socialist party shunned Hitler, telling him that it did not want him in it or writing for their paper.
The personal terrestrial globe, a unique relic, was taken as a souvenir from Hitler's residence at Berchtesgaden in Germany on May 10, 1945 by John Barsamian.