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Monday, May 4, 2009

Corruption: All in the name of the Nehru Gandhi Family

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"Mr Singh has proved a hopeless decision maker as Prime Minister."
- Financial Times, London, April 15 2009

"The Government has assaulted and weakened every constitutional office: the Election Commission, Governors and Parliament."
- Outlook, March 2 2009

Please also read "Jawahar Lal Nehru: Blunder of a century" and "Dreaming a bad dream" on Indira Nehru Gandhi by Tavleen Singh.

Most of these programmes have been a complete failure with thousands of crores of Tax payers money wasted or rather misused to build brand Congress and to perpetuate a Dynasty-rule in so-called Democracy!

These self-congratulating sycophants can't find anyone other than these three Nehru-Gandhi out of 1.2 Billion Indian populace to name these so-called schemes after them. What a shame!

Most of the central and state government programmes and schemes and national and state-level institutions which run on public money have been named after three members of the Nehru-Gandhi family. The Congress Party’s desire to credit every social sector programme, every national institution and every national achievement to these three individuals -Rajiv Gandhi, Indira Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru – has reached vulgar proportions, specially after the Congress-led UPA came to power in 2004.

- A. Surya Prakash
In a planned and systematic effort to gain unfair advantage over other political parties, the Congress Party has named all major government programmes, projects and institutions in the country after three members of the Nehru-Gandhi family - Rajiv Gandhi, Indira Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru – who are its icons, and disturbed the level playing field in the electoral arena.

Over the last 18 years, on a rough estimate about 450 Central and State Government programmes, projects and national and state level institutions involving public expenditure of hundreds of thousands of crores of rupees have been named after these three individuals. While it is the prerogative of a government to name an institution after a person whom it considers to be a national or state leader, government programmes which have been initiated to ameliorate the lives of millions of citizens ( like drinking water, housing and employment guarantee schemes and old age pensions) fall into an entirely different category. If the nomenclature of these programmes is not politically neutral, the sanctity of the democratic system would be in jeopardy.

Among the big ticket programmes that have been cleverly named after members of this family by the Union Government to extract unjust electoral mileage is the Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (rural electrification programme), which involves an outgo of Rs 28,000 crore during the Eleventh Plan period (Rs 5500 Cr in fiscal 2008-09). The drinking water mission, with an allocation of Rs 21,000 crore over three years (Rs 7300 crore in 2008-09 and Rs 7400 Cr in 2009-10) is also named after him and is called the Rajiv Gandhi Drinking Water Mission. Other schemes, touching millions of people, which bear his name are the Rajiv Gandhi National Creche Scheme for Children of Working Mothers; the Rajiv Gandhi Udyami Mitra Yojana ( to promote small enterprises); the Rajiv Gandhi Shramik Kalyan Yojana and the Rajiv Gandhi Shilpi Swasthya Bima Yojana ( both insurance schemes).

Likewise, there are many mega programmes named after Indira Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru by the Centre. For example, there is Indira Awas Yojana. The budgetary allocation for this programme to house the poor is Rs 7919.00 Cr in 2008-09 and Rs 7914.70 Cr in 2009-10. Also named after her is the Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme
(Rs 3443 Cr in 2008-09). Programmes named after Jawaharlal Nehru over the last two decades are the Jahawarlal Nehru Rojgar Yojana and the Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission. The Rojgar Yojana, which later metamorphosed into Jawaharlal Gram Samruddi Yojana was meant to provide employment to millions of unemployed citizens. The Union Government proposes to spend Rs 50,000 Cr over seven years on the Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission. (allocation of Rs 10447.98 Cr in 2008-09 and 10713.84 Cr in 2009-10).

This trend is even more apparent in the states, which have vied with each other to name programmes and schemes after these three members of the Nehru-Gandhi Family whenever the Congress Party was in power. Here is a sample: Rajiv Gandhi Breakfast Scheme, Pondicherry; Rajiv Ratna Awas Yojana, Delhi; Rajiv Arogyasri Health Insurance scheme, Andhra Pradesh; Rajiv Gandhi Computer Literacy Mission, Assam; Rajiv Gandhi Bridges and Roads Infrastructure Development Programme, Haryana; Rajiv Gandhi Vidyarthi Suraksha Yojana, Maharastra; Rajiv Gandhi Tourism Development Mission, Rajasthan; Indira Kranthi Patham Scheme and Indira Jeevitha Bima Pathakam, Andhra Pradesh; Indira Gandhi Niradhar Yojana and Indira Gandhi Landless Agriculture Labour Scheme, Maharastra; Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Vivah Shagun Yojana, Haryana; Indira Gandhi Calf-Rearing Scheme, Andhra Pradesh.

A perusal of these programmes and schemes shows a systematic attempt by the Congress Party to name every government programme concerning every citizen – man ,woman, child; every possible circumstance in the life of every citizen – child bearing, child rearing, education of children, food, education of youth, employment, marriage, unemployment, destitution, handicap; and every possible challenge flowing out of lack of infrastructure – drinking water, electricity and housing after just three members of this political family who are icons of the Congress Party.

Obviously, the plan is to ensure maximum recall of Brand Congress among voters at every stage in life. Therefore, nothing is left out. The crèche for children of the working poor is named after Rajiv Gandhi. So is a breakfast scheme for poor children. The parents need to remember him for a host of other reasons – rural drinking water, rural electrification or scholarships. Indira Gandhi comes in when the poor want a house subsidized by the government and you think of Nehru when urban renewal programmes come into play. The Congress Party has taken its obsession with this family to such an extent that even calf-rearing schemes are named after them. Shockingly, even Brand IIM had been tinkered with. While all institutes of management started by the Centre go under the IIM brand, the Congress Party has mischievously named the IIM is Shillong as the Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management.

The list of 450 government programmes, schemes, institutions etc named after these three members of the Nehru-Gandhi family broadly fall into the following categories: Central government programmes and projects (12), State Government Programmes (52), Universities and Educational Institutions (98), Ports and Airports (6), Awards, Scholarships and Fellowships (66), Sports Tournaments, Trophies and Stadia ( 47), National Parks and Sanctuaries (15), Hospitals and Medical Institutions (39), National Scientific and Research Institutions, Chairs and festivals (37), Roads, Buildings and Places (74).

Apart from violation of basic democratic norms and electoral law, the naming spree has crossed all limits of decency. Every major sports tournament has been named after the Nehru-Gandhis, as if no other nobody else matters, not even the greats in Indian Sports. Among tournaments named after Rajiv Gandhi are national and international tournaments in football, basketball, judo, roller skating, beachball, kabaddi, rural cricket, gymnastics, boxing, the Delhi Marathon and the Kerala Boat Race. If anything is left out, it has been named after Indira Gandhi and Nehru. The same pattern is repeated in major national parks, universities, fellowships and scholarships. Such is the obsession of Congress governments with this family that they name India’s biggest open university after Indira Gandhi and name fellowships granted there after Rajiv Gandhi. Similarly, the centre for advanced scientific research in Bangalore is named after Nehru and the science talent fellowships awarded there are named after Rajiv Gandhi. For long years we are all familiar with the Fullbright Scholarships. The Manmohan Singh government has ensured that this is now known as the Fullbright-Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarship! We are unlikely to see anything so gross even in dictatorships like in North Korea. ( Please see the entire list given to the Election Commission elsewhere in this newspaper)

This blatant attempt to package and market government programmes run on public money as munificent offerings from a single family to the people has made a mockery of the Model Code of Conduct drawn up by the Election Commission for observance by all political parties.

I have therefore petitioned the Chief Election Commissioner and requested him to immediately issue directions to the Union Government and to all the governments in the states and direct them to remove the names of individuals, who are seen by the people as icons of specific political parties, from all government programmes and schemes funded by the exchequer and to immediately give these programmes politically neutral names. Such a direction from the Election Commission will ensure enforcement of the Model Code of Conduct in letter and spirit and will also be in consonance with the various directions and instructions issued by the Commission from time to time.
Such is the obsession of the Congress Party with three members of the Nehru-Gandhi family that even the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi has been virtually forgotten. The Congress Party’s contempt for Mahatma Gandhi is best explained by the fact that just one central scheme – the Mahatma Gandhi Backward Region Development Fund- has been named after him. Even this tokenism has come as an after thought only in 2007, almost 60 years after the Mahatma’s assassination. On the other hand, schemes to promote rural electrification, drinking water, crèche for children and micro and small industries in rural areas ( each of which was close to the heart of the Mahatma) are all named after Rajiv Gandhi. Again, the scheme to build houses for the rural poor
(something that would have made the Mahatma proud) is named after Indira Gandhi, as also the national old age pension scheme. Yet another programme which ought to have been named after the Mahatma - the greatest Indian of the 20 th Century- is the Rozgar Yojana which guarantees 100 days of work for the rural unemployed all over the country. Even this programme was initially named after Jawaharlal Nehru as also the Urban Renewal Mission (annual budgetary allocation of over Rs 10,000 Crores).
Equally glaring is the omission of many other eminent Indians including Sardar Vallabhai Patel, India’s first Deputy Prime Minister who undertook the arduous task of integrating 563 princely states into a single nation and Dr.B.R.Ambedkar, who presided over the committee that drafted our Constitution and embedded basic values of democracy and social justice. No central programmes have been named after them. Such is the Congress Party’s determination to name every scheme after members of the Nehru-Gandhi family that even the National Fellowship Scheme for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe students is named after Rajiv Gandhi and not Dr.Ambedkar, the man who waged a relentless battle to better the lot of the Dalits in India. There are hundreds of other leaders belonging to various political shades who have made an invaluable contribution to the building of India, but not a single central government programme is named after any of them. The list of those ignored is a pretty long one. They include Rabindranath Tagore, Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Bal Gandadhar Tilak, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Sarojini Naidu, Jayaprakash Narayan, Acharya Vinoba Bhave, C.Rajagopalachari, Rajendra Prasad and every other stalwart of the freedom movement. Also ignored are great saints like Aurobindo and Swami Vivekananda; Social reformers like Raja Ram Mohan Roy and Mahatma Phule; great scientists like C.V.Raman, Homi Bhabha, Vikram Sarabhai and Narlekar and great patriots like Bhagat Singh and Chandrashekar Azad.

While there are many examples of this kind in the states as well, the most glaring example, which raises a question is regard to free and fair election is the blatant advertisement of the Congress Party on the ambulances that provide emergency medical help all over Andhra Pradesh. These ambulances, which reach every village in the state in quick time, provide efficient integrated emergency services that cover medical emergencies, police and fire. The capital expenditure on each ambulance is Rs 10 lakh to Rs 16 lakhs and the running cost per ambulance is Rs 1.25 lakh per month. All this expenditure is borne out of public funds drawn from the Union and State accounts. Yet, it is made out as if these ambulances are a gift from the Congress Party to the people of the State because every ambulance carries a portrait of Rajiv Gandhi on both sides of the vehicle with the legend “Rajiv Arogyasri”. The Congress Party is drawing undue electoral advantage out of this programme, which is being made to look like a programme of a political party or a private donor. Gujarat too has ensured full coverage of all its 18080 villages by these ambulances. But it does not advertise these ambulances as some kind of largesse from the ruling party.

Many years ago, when the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) was in power at the Centre, it launched the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana. This nomenclature, as is obvious, is politically neutral. Several schemes launched by the present government in Madhya Pradesh also carry politically neutral names and are called Mukhya Mantri Yojanas. The Election Commission ought to commend this model to all governments in the larger interests of democracy and to ensure fair and objective conditions for all political players.

Part VII of the Model Code of Conduct drafted by the Election Commission says “the party in power whether at the Centre or in the State shall ensure that no cause is given for any complaint that it has used its official position for the purposes of its election campaign”. It prohibits ministers from misusing official machinery “in furtherance of the interest of the party in power”. They are not to issue advertisements at the cost of the public exchequer or do anything “which may have the effect of influencing the voters in favour of the party in power”. In other words, the Code prohibits a party in power from using its “official position” for its election campaign and this includes anything associated with government – vehicles, personnel, propaganda. The key injunction is that nothing should be done which would amount to “influencing the voters in favour of the party in power”. If this be so, how can the commission possibly allow the ruling Congress Party to name schemes worth over Rs One Lakh Crores after just three members of a single family who are icons of that political party?

It is surprising how such a glaring misuse of government machinery and public funds for partisan political purposes has not caught the attention of the Election Commission which has always displayed alacrity in disciplining political parties. Given the commission’s rigid and inflexible approach to even minor violations by other parties, should it not take immediate steps to correct the imbalance that the Congress Party has brought about through this Machiavellian device of naming all schemes and programmes after its icons?

In fact, the commission has specifically stressed the importance of “a level playing field” among all political parties in several of its orders and decisions. It said so when a complaint was made against the Union Minister Mr.Arjun Singh in April, 2006. It said the government should not disturb “the level playing field among the political parties in the election arena”. It said persons in power should not only uphold the Code of Conduct “but should also be perceived to be doing so”. The question that now arises is that if every other government scheme or project is named only after icons of the Congress Party, how can the public “perceive” the ruling party to be upholding the Code?

In yet another case involving the distribution of tourism department material in a New Delhi Assembly Constituency in November, 2003, the commission had pulled up the Union Tourism Minister Mr. Jagmohan for “misusing” government publicity materials.

Equally relevant is the commission’s instructions dated November, 21, 2007 in which it directed all governments to strictly ensure that all references to politicians and ministers on the official website of the government should be deleted during the period of General Elections to the Lok Sabha and the State Legislative Assemblies. It said individuals associated with a party should not eulogise government achievements “as personal achievements”. If that is so, how can thousands of crores of public money spent on government schemes be palmed off as gifts from a single party or worse, a single family, to the people?

It would therefore be in the fitness of things if the commission issues a direction to the Union Government and all governments in the states to ensure that the nomenclature of all schemes and programmes is politically neutral and to delete the names of members of the Nehru-Gandhi family from these schemes immediately because of the unfair advantage that this offers to the Congress Party in the election arena. Since the schedule for the Lok Sabha election has already been announced, the Commission will have to issue this direction immediately and with the same alacrity it displayed in respect of other cases in the past.
A.Surya Prakash
170, National Media Campus
Nathupur, Gurgaon -122002

March 12, 2009

Chief Election Commissioner
Nirvacharan Sadan
New Delhi – 1100 01

Subject: Unfair advantage accruing to the Congress Party because of naming of Central and State Government schemes and programmes after icons of that party.


I would like to draw your attention to a matter concerns free and fair elections and a level playing field for all political parties.

I notice that over the last 18 years, there has been a planned and sustained effort by the Congress Party to name all major government programmes, projects and institutions in the country after three members of the Nehru-Gandhi family viz Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi.

On a rough estimate about 450 Central and State Government programmes, projects and national and state level institutions involving public expenditure of hundreds of thousands of crores of rupees have been named after these three individuals. While it is the prerogative of a government to name an institution after a person whom it considers to be a national or state leader, government programmes which have been initiated to ameliorate the lives of millions of citizens ( like drinking water, housing, old age pensions, employment guarantee etc) fall into an entirely different category.

If the nomenclature of these programmes is not politically neutral, the sanctity of the democratic system would be in jeopardy and it would not be possible to ensure a level playing field for all political parties.


The following is the list of Government Schemes and Projects; Universities and Educational Institutions; Ports and Airports; National Parks and Sanctuaries; Sports Tournaments, Trophies and Stadia; Hospitals and Medical Institutions; National Scientific and Research Institutions; University Chairs, Scholarships and Fellowships; Festivals; Roads and Buildings named after three member of the Nehru Gandhi family viz. Rajiv Gandhi, Indira Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, which has been submitted to the Election Commission by A.Surya Prakash as an Annexure to his complaint. This list includes most of the projects, schemes and institutions funded by the Union Government and the Governments in the States.

Government Schemes/ Projects
Central Government Schemes

  1. Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana, Ministry of Power - A scheme “Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana” for Rural Electricity Infrastructure and Household Electrification was launched for the attainment of the National Common Minimum Programme of providing access to electricity to all Rural Household by 2009. Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) is the nodal agency for the scheme. Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana to be continued during the Eleventh Plan period with a capital subsidy of Rs. 28000 Crore; allocation of Rs 5500 crore for FY09.
  2. Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission (RGNDWM), Ministry of Rural Development, Annual allocation plan 2007-08 was Rs.6,400 crore and Annual allocation plan 2008-09 is Rs.7,300 crore.
  3. Rajiv Gandhi National Crèche Scheme for the Children of Working Mothers, Department of Women & Child Development, Ministry of HRD, New Delhi,

    Budgetary allocation 2008-09 – 91.88 crore.
    Budgetary allocation 2009-10 – 91.52 crore
  4. Rajiv Gandhi Udyami Mitra Yojana for benefit of NE entrepreneurs, Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of India,

    Budgetary allocation 2008-9 – Rs. 2.70 crore
    Budgetary allocation 2009-10 – Rs.1.12 crore
  5. Indira Awas Yojana, Ministry of Rural Areas and Environment - IAY is a CSS funded on cost-sharing basis between the Centre and the States in the ratio of 75:25. In the case of UTs, the entire funds are provided by Centre. The target groups for housing under IAY are households below poverty line living in rural areas, particularly those belonging to SC/ST and freed bonded labourers.

    Budgetary allocation 2008-09 – Rs. 7919.00 crores
    Budgetary allocation 2009-10 – Rs.7914.70 crores
  6. Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme - objective to provide social security to workers in the unorganized sector in a phased manner. Budgetary allocation in 2008-09 is Rs. 3,443 crore
  7. Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission, Ministry of Urban Development,
    Govt. of India – 7 years time frame, 50,000 cr.

    Budgetary allocation for 2008 - 9 - 10447.98 crore
    Budgetary allocation for 2009-10 – 10713.84 crore
  8. Jawaharlal Nehru Rojgar Yojna – Ministry of Labour and Employment - A Self- employment programme for urban poor
  9. Rajiv Gandhi Shramik Kalyan Yojna, Employees’ State Insurance Corporation
  10. Indira Gandhi Canal Project, Funded by World Bank
  11. Rajiv Gandhi Shilpi Swasthya Bima Yojana, Union Ministry of Textiles, in association with ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Limited
  12. Indira Vikas Patra

    State Government Schemes
  1. Rajiv Gandhi Rehabilitation Package for Tsunami Affected Areas, Govt. of Tamil Nadu, Budgetary Allocation Rs.2347.19 crores
  2. Rajiv Gandhi Social Security Scheme for poor people, Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Govt. of Puducherry
  3. Rajiv Ratna Awas Yojna - Congress party president and United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Chairperson Sonia Gandhi had announced that the Centre would give a package of Rs.1,500-crore for providing housing facilities to the poorer sections in Delhi, thus announcing the scheme.
  4. Rajiv Gandhi Prathamik Shiksha Mission , Raigarh
  5. Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission, Madhya Pradesh
  6. Rajiv Gandhi Mission on Food Security , Madhya Pradesh
  7. Rajiv Gandhi Mission on Community Health, Madhya Pradesh
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Corporation Limited is a Government Company established by the Government of Karnataka to cater to the housing needs of the Economically and Socially weaker sections of the society. Registered in April 2000, its authorised Capital is Rs.10 crores with Rs.3 crore paid up.
  9. Rajiv Gandhi Tourism Development Mission, Rajasthan
  10. Rajiv Gandhi Computer Literacy Programme, Assam
  11. Rajiv Gandhi Swavlamban Rojgar Yojana, Govt. of NCT of Delhi
  12. Rajiv Gandhi Mobile Aids Counseling and Testing Services, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation
  13. Rajiv Gandhi Vidyarthi Suraksha Yojana, Maharashtra
  14. Rajiv Gandhi Mission for Water Shed Management, M.P.
  15. Rajiv Gandhi Food Security Mission for Tribal Areas, MP
  16. Rajiv Gandhi Home for Handicapped, Pondicherry
  17. Rajiv Gandhi Breakfast Scheme, Pondicherry
  18. Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Divas, Punjab
  19. Rajiv Gandhi Artisans Health and Life Insurance Scheme, Tamil Nadu
  20. Rajiv Gandhi Zopadpatti and Nivara Prakalpa, Mumbai
  21. Rajiv Arogya Sri programme , Gujrat State Govt. Scheme
  22. Rajiv Gandhi Abhyudaya Yojana, AP
  23. Rajiv Gandhi Computer Saksharta Mission, Jabalpur
  24. Rajiv Gandhi Bridges and Roads Infrastructure Development Programme for the construction of new roads and bridges and strengthening of the existing ones in the state of Haryana
  25. Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Niwara Prakalp, Maharashtra Govt.
  26. Indira Gandhi Utkrishtha Chhattervritti Yojna for Post Plus Two Students, Himachal Pradesh Government Scheme, Sponsored by, Central Government
  27. Indira Gandhi Women Protection Scheme, Maharashtra Govt.
  28. Indira Gandhi Prathisthan, Housing and Urban Planning Department, UP Govt
  29. Indira Kranthi Patham Scheme, Andhra Pradesh
  30. Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojana, State Govt. Scheme
  31. Indira Gandhi Vruddha Bhumiheen Shetmajoor Anudan Yojana,

    Govt. of Maharashtra
  32. Indira Gandhi Nahar Project (IGNP), Jaisalmer, Govt. of Rajasthan
  33. Indira Gandhi Niradhar Yojna, Govt. of Maharashtra
  34. Indira Gandhi kuppam, State Govt. Welfare Scheme for Tsunami effected

  35. Indira Gandhi Drinking Water Scheme-2006, Haryana Govt.
  36. Indira Gandhi Niradhar Old, Landless, Destitute women farm labour Scheme,

    Maharashtra Govt.
  37. Indira Gandhi Women Protection Scheme , Maharashtra Govt.
  38. Indira Gaon Ganga Yojana, Chattisgarh
  39. Indira Sahara Yojana , Chattisgarh
  40. Indira Soochna Shakti Yojana, Chattisgarh
  41. Indira Gandhi Balika Suraksha Yojana , HP
  42. Indira Gandhi Garibi Hatao Yojana (DPIP), MP
  43. Indira Gandhi super thermal power project , Haryana Govt.
  44. Indira Gandhi Water Project, Haryana Govt.
  45. Indira Gandhi Sagar Project , Bhandara District Gosikhurd Maharashtra
  46. Indira Jeevitha Bima Pathakam, AP Govt
  47. Indira Gandhi Priyadarshani Vivah Shagun Yojana, Haryana Govt.
  48. Indira Mahila Yojana Scheme, Meghalaya Govt
  49. Indira Gandhi Calf Rearing Scheme, Chhattisgarh Govt.
  50. Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Vivah Shagun Yojana, Haryana Govt.
  51. Indira Gandhi Calf Rearing Scheme, The government of Andhra Pradesh helped most of the respondent families in acquiring female calves through this scheme.
  52. Indira Gandhi Landless Agriculture Labour scheme, Maharashtra Govt.


  1. Rajiv Gandhi Gold Cup Kabaddi Tournament
  2. Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Run
  3. Rajiv Gandhi Federation Cup boxing championship
  4. Rajiv Gandhi International tournament (football)
  5. NSCI - Rajiv Gandhi road races, New Delhi
  6. Rajiv Gandhi Boat Race, Kerala
  7. Rajiv Gandhi International Artistic Gymnastic Tournament
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Kabbadi Meet
  9. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Roller Skating Championship
  10. Rajiv Gandhi memorial marathon race, New Delhi
  11. Rajiv Gandhi International Judo Championship, Chandigarh
  12. Rajeev Gandhi Memorial Trophy for the Best College, Calicut
  13. Rajiv Gandhi Rural Cricket Tournament, Initiated by Rahul Gandhi in Amethi
  14. Rajiv Gandhi Gold Cup (U-21), football
  15. Rajiv Gandhi Trophy (football)
  16. Rajiv Gandhi Award for Outstanding Sportspersons
  17. All Indira Rajiv Gandhi Basketball (Girls) Tournament, organized by Delhi State
  18. All India Rajiv Gandhi Wrestling Gold Cup, organized by Delhi State
  19. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Jhopadpatti Football Tournament, Rajura
  20. Rajiv Gandhi International Invitation Gold Cup Football Tournament, Jamshedpur
  21. Rajiv Gandhi Mini Olympics, Mumbai
  22. Rajiv Gandhi Beachball Kabaddi Federation
  23. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Trophy Prerana Foundation
  24. International Indira Gandhi Gold Cup Tournament
  25. Indira Gandhi International Hockey Tournament
  26. Indira Gandhi Boat Race
  27. Jawaharlal Nehru International Gold Cup Football Tournament.
  28. Jawaharlal Nehru Hockey Tournament.


  1. Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, Delhi
  2. Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi
  3. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi
  4. Rajiv Gandhi Sports Stadium, Bawana
  5. Rajiv Gandhi National Football Academy, Haryana
  6. Rajiv Gandhi AC Stadium, Vishakhapatnam
  7. Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Pondicherry
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Nahariagun, Itanagar
  9. Rajiv Gandhi Badminton Indoor Stadium, Cochin
  10. Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Kadavanthra,Ernakulam
  11. Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex , Singhu
  12. Rajib Gandhi Memorial Sports Complex, Guwahati
  13. Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
  14. Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Cochin
  15. Indira Gandhi Stadium, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh
  16. Indira Gandhi Stadium, Una, Himachal Pradesh
  17. Indira Priyadarshini Stadium, Vishakhapatnam
  18. Indira Gandhi Stadium, Deogarh, Rajasthan
  19. Gandhi Stadium, Bolangir, Orissa

Airports/ Ports

  1. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, New Hyderabad, A.P.
  2. Rajiv Gandhi Container Terminal, Cochin
  3. Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi
  4. Indira Gandhi Dock, Mumbai
  5. Jawaharlal Nehru Nava Sheva Port Trust, Mumbai

Total budgetary plan outlay 2008-9 - 69.92crore
Total budgetary plan outlay 2009-10 - 324 crore

Universities/Education Institutes

  1. Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management, Shilong
  2. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Aeronautics, Ranchi, Jharkhand
  3. Rajiv Gandhi Technical University, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal, M.P.
  4. Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Kharagpur, Kolkata
  5. Rajiv Gandhi Aviation Academy, Secundrabad
  6. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, Punjab
  7. Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Tamil Nadu

    Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports
    Budgetary Allocation 2008-09 – 1.50 crore
    Budgetary Allocation 2009-10 – 3.00 crore
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Aviation Academy, Begumpet, Hyderabad, A.P
  9. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kottayam, Kerala
  10. Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering Research & Technology, Chandrapur, Maharashtra
  11. Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering, Airoli, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra
  12. Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh
  13. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Chola Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka
  14. Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal, M.P.
  15. Rajiv Gandhi D.e.d. College, Latur, Maharashtra
  16. Rajiv Gandhi College, Shahpura, Bhopal
  17. Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, New Delhi
  18. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Raebareli, U.P.
  19. Rajiv Gandhi Homeopathic Medical College, Bhopal, M.P.
  20. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Post Graduate Studies, East Godavari District, A.P.
  21. Rajiv Gandhi College of Education, Thumkur, Karnataka
  22. Rajiv Gandhi College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu
  23. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of IT and Biotechnology, Bhartiya Vidhyapeeth
  24. Rajiv Gandhi High School, Mumbai, Maharashtra
  25. Rajiv Gandhi Group of Institutions, Satna, M.P.
  26. Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering, Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu
  27. Rajiv Gandhi Biotechnology Centre, R.T.M., Nagpur University
  28. Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
  29. Rajiv Gandhi Mahavidyalaya, Madhya Pradesh
  30. Rajiv Gandhi Post Graduate College, Allahabad, U.P.
  31. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka
  32. Rajiv Gandhi Govt. PG Ayurvedic College, Poprola, Himachal Pradesh
  33. Rajiv Gandhi College, Satna, M.P.
  34. Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
  35. Rajiv Gandhi Madhyamic Vidyalaya, Maharashtra
  36. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Contemporary Studies, Islamabad, Pakistan
  37. Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  38. Rajiv Gandhi Industrial Training Centre, Gandhinagar
  39. Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies, Andhra Pradesh
  40. Rajiv Gandhi Institute Of Distance Education, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
  41. Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Aquaculture , Tamil Nadu
  42. Rajiv Gandhi University (Arunachal University), A.P.
  43. Rajiv Gandhi Sports Medicine Centre (RGSMC), Kerela
  44. Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre, Mauritus
  45. Rajiv Gandhi Kala Mandir, Ponda, Goa
  46. Rajiv Gandhi Vidyalaya, Mulund, Mumbai
  47. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Polytechnic, Bangalore, Karnataka
  48. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Circle Telecom Training Centre (India), Chennai
  49. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Pharmacy, Kasagod, Kerala
  50. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College Of Aeronautics, Jaipur
  51. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial First Grade College, Shimoga
  52. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College of Education, Jammu & Kashmir
  53. Rajiv Gandhi South Campus, Barkacha, Varanasi
  54. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Teacher's Training College, Jharkhand
  55. Rajiv Gandhi Degree College, Rajahmundry, A.P.
  56. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi
  57. Indira Gandhi Institute of Development & Research, Mumbai, Maharashtra
  58. Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy, Dehradun
  59. Indira Gandhi RashtriyaUran Akademi, Fursatganj Airfield, Rae Bareli, Uttar Pradesh
  60. Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
  61. Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Orissa
  62. Indira Gandhi B.Ed. College, Mangalore
  63. Smt. Indira Gandhi College of Education, Nanded, Maharashtra
  64. Indira Gandhi Balika Niketan B.ED. College, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan
  65. Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur, Madhya Pradesh
  66. Smt. Indira Gandhi College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra
  67. Smt. Indira Gandhi Colelge, Tiruchirappalli
  68. Indira Gandhi Engineering College, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh
  69. Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kashmere Gate, Delhi
  70. Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, Sarang, Dist. Dhenkanal, Orissa
  71. Indira Gandhi Institute of Aeronautics, Pune, Maharashtra
  72. Indira Gandhi Integral Education Centre, New Delhi
  73. Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education & Sports Sciences, Delhi University, Delhi
  74. Indira Gandhi High School, Himachal
  75. Indira Kala Sangit Vishwavidyalaya, Chhattisgarh
  76. Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla
  77. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kukatpally, Andhra Pradesh
  78. Nehru Institute of Mountaineering, Uttarakashi
  79. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Business Management, Vikram University
  80. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
  81. Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore
  82. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kukatpally, AP
  83. Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College in Aurangabad, Maharashtra
  84. Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for advanced Scientific Research, a deemed university, Jakkur, P.O. Bangalore
  85. Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Social Studies, affiliated to Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapith (Pune, Maharashtra)
  86. Jawaharlal Nehru College of Aeronautics & Applied Sciences, Coimbatore, (ESTD 1968)
  87. Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Technology, Katraj, Dhankwdi, Pune, Maharashtra
  88. Kamal Kishore Kadam’s Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College in Aurangabad, Maharashtra
  89. Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Education & Technological Research, Nanded, Maharashra
  90. Jawaharlal Nehru College, Aligarh
  91. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad
  92. Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur
  93. Jawaharlal Nehru B.Ed. College, Kota, Rajasthan
  94. Jawaharlal Nehru P.G. College, Bhopal
  95. Jawaharlal Nehru Government Engineering College, Sundernagar, District Mandi, H.P.
  96. Jawaharlal Nehru PublicSchool, Kolar Road, Bhopal
  97. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada, A.P.
  98. Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Technology, Ibrahimpatti, Andhra Pradesh


  1. Rajiv Gandhi Award for Outstanding Achievement
  2. Rajiv Gandhi Shiromani Award
  3. Rajiv Gandhi Shramik Awards, Delhi Labour Welfare Board
  4. Rajiv Gandhi National Sadbhavana Award
  5. Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Award
  6. Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Conservation Award
  7. Rajiv Gandhi National Award Scheme for Original Book Writing on Gyan Vigyan
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award
  9. Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award, Instituted by Bureau of Indian Standards in 1991
  10. Rajiv Gandhi Environment Award for Clean Technology, Ministry of Environment & Forest, Govt. of India
  11. RajivGandhi Travelling Scholarship
  12. Rajiv Gandhi(UK) Foundation Scholarship
  13. Rajiv Gandhi Film Awards (Mumbai)
  14. Rajiv Gandhi Khelratna Puraskar
  15. Rajiv Gandhi Parisara Prashasti, Karnataka
  16. RajivGandhi Vocational Excellence Awards
  17. Rajiv Gandhi Excellence award
  18. Indira Gandhi Peace Prize
  19. Indira Gandhi Prize for National Integration
  20. Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award
  21. Indira Priyadarshini Vrikshamitra Awards, Ministry of Environment and Forests
  22. Indira Gandhi Memorial National Award forBest Environmental & Ecological
  23. Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Purashkar
  24. Indira Gandhi NSS Award
  25. Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration
  26. Indira Gandhi Official Language Award Scheme
  27. Indira Gandhi Award for Best First Film
  28. Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Awards for The Town Official Language
  29. Indira Gandhi Prize” for Peace, Disarmament and Development
  30. Indira Gandhi Prize for Popularization of Science
  31. Implementation
  32. Indira Gandhi Shiromani Award
  33. Indira Gandhi NSS Award/National Youth
  34. Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Pushar award – search n correct
  35. Indira Gandhi N.S.S Awards
  36. Indira Gandhi award for social service, MP Govt.
  37. Post Graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship Scheme
  38. Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Award Scheme
  39. Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Shield Scheme
  40. Indira Gandhi Vision of Wildlife Conservation Zoo, a seminar organized by Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy.
  41. Jawaharlal Nehru award for International peace worth Rs 15 lakh cash given to many international figures, every year, including Yasser Arafat of Palestine Liberation Front in 1988 and U Thant in 1965.
  42. Soviet Land Nehru Award, a cash prize of Rs. 20,000 given to Shyam Benegal in Dec 89, in recognition of the above film.
  43. Jawaharlal Nehru Balkalyan awards of Rs.10,000 each to 10 couples by Govt. of Maharashtra (ToI-28-4-89).
  44. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund, New Delhi, for Academic Achievement
  45. Jawaharlal Nehru birth centenary research award for energy
  46. Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding
  47. Nehru Bal Samiti Bravery Awards
  48. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Medal
  49. Jawaharlal Nehru Prize" from 1998-99, to be given to organizations (preferably NGOs) for Popularization of Science.
  50. Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Competition
  51. Jawarharlal Nehru Student Award for research project of evolution of DNA

Scholarship / Fellowship

  1. Rajiv Gandhi Scholarship Scheme for Students with Disabilities
  2. Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship Scheme for SC/ST Candidates, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment

    Budgetary Allocation for 2008-9 – 26.40 crores

    Budgetary Allocation for 2009-10 – 23.70 crores
  3. Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship Scheme for ST Candidates

    Budgetary Allocation for 2008-09 – 29.00 crores
    Budgetary Allocation for 2009-10 – 42.00 crores
  4. Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship, IGNOU
  5. Rajiv Gandhi Science Talent Research Fellows
  6. Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship, Ministry of Tribal Affairs

    Budgetary Allocation for 2008-9 – 16.00 crores
    Budgetary Allocation for 2009-10 – 22.50 crores
  7. Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship Scheme for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes candidates given by University Grants Commission
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship sponsored by the Commonwealth of Learning in association with Indira Gandhi National Open University
  9. Rajiv Gandhi science talent research fellowship given by Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for advanced scientific research (to promote budding scientists) done in tandem with Department of Science and Technology and Rajiv Gandhi Foundation
  10. Rajiv Gandhi HUDCO Fellowships in the Habitat Sector (to promote research in the field of sustainable Habitat development) for MPhil, {PhD Students for 2 to 3 years, conferred by HUDCO
  11. Indira Gandhi Memorial Fellowships check
  12. Fullbright scholarship now renamed Fullbright- Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarship
  13. Cambridge Nehru Scholarships, 10 in number, for research at Cambridge University, London, leading to Ph. D. for 3 years, which include fee, maintenance allowance, air travel to UK and back.
  14. Scheme of Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowships for Post-graduate Studies, Govt. of India.
  15. Nehru Centenary (British) Fellowships/Awards

National Parks/ Sanctuaries/ Museums

  1. Rajiv Gandhi (Nagarhole) Wildlife Sanctury, Karnataka
  2. Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctury, Andhra Pradesh
  3. Indira Gandhi National Park, Tamil Nadu
  4. Indira Gandhi Zoological Park , New Delhi
  5. Indira Gandhi National Park, Anamalai Hills on Western Ghats
  6. Indira Gandhi Zoological Park, Vishakhapatnam
  7. Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS)
  8. Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary, Pollachi
  9. Rajiv Gandhi Health Museum
  10. The Rajiv Gandhi Museum of Natural History
  11. Indira Gandhi Memorial museum, New Delhi
  12. Jawaharlal Nehru museum in Aurangabad, Maharashtra opened by state govt.
  13. Jawaharlal Nehru memorial Gallery, London
  14. Jawaharlal Nehru planetarium, Worli, Mumbai.
  15. Jawaharlal Nehru National Science Exhibition for Children

Hospitals/Medical Institutions

  1. Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science, Bangalore, Karnataka
  2. Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre, Delhi
  3. Rajiv Gandhi Home for Handicapped, Pondicherry
  4. Shri Rajiv Gandhi college of Dental Science & Hospital, Bangalore, Karnataka
  5. Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Bio Technology, Thiruvanthapuram, Kerala
  6. Rajiv Gandhi College of Nursing, Bangalore, Karnataka
  7. Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital, Raichur
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases, Bangalore, Karnataka
  9. Rajiv Gandhi Paramedical College, Jodhpur
  10. Rajiv Gandhi Medical College, Thane, Mumbai
  11. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Pharmacy, Karnataka
  12. Rajiv Gandhi Hospital, Goa
  13. Rajiv Gandhi Mission on Community Health, Madhya Pradesh
  14. Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital, Delhi
  15. Rajiv Gandhi Homoeaopathic Medical College, Chinar Park, Bhopal, M.P
  16. North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health & Medical Sciences , Shilong, Meghalaya
  17. Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla
  18. Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health, Bangalore
  19. Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sheikhpura, Patna
  20. The Indira Gandhi Paediatric Hospital, Afghanistan
  21. Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health Hospital, Dharmaram College, Bangalore
  22. Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Heath, Bangalore
  23. Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla
  24. Indira Gandhi Institute of Dental Science, Kerala
  25. Indira Gandhi Memorial Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneshwar
  26. Indira Gandhi Government Medical College and Hospital, Nagpur
  27. Indira Gandhi Eye Hospital And Research Centre, Kolkata
  28. Indira Gandhi Hospital, Shimla
  29. Indira Gandhi Women and Children Hospital , Bhopla
  30. Indira Gandhi Gas Relief hospital, Bhopal
  31. Kamla Nehru Hospital, Shimla
  32. Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya
  33. Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry

    Budgetary Allocation 2008-09 – 127.84 crores
    Budgetary Allocation 2009-10 – 117.51 crores
  34. Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Bhopal
  35. Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College in Raipur.
  36. Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, New Delhi
  37. Nehru, Science Centre, Worli, Mumbai
  38. Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital & Research Centre, Bhopal
  39. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Homoeopathic Medical Sciences, Maharashtra

Institutions / Chairs / Festivals

  1. Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development. (RGNIYD), Ministry of Youth and Sports
  2. Rajiv Gandhi National Ground Water Training & Research Institute, Faridabad, Haryana
  3. Rajiv Gandhi Food Security Mission in Tribal Areas
  4. Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development
  5. Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission, Chhattisgarh
  6. Rajiv Gandhi Chair Endowment established in 1998 to create a Chair of South Asian Economics
  7. Rajiv Gandhi Project - A pilot to provide Education thru Massive Satellite Connectivity up grassroot Level
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Corporation Limited (Government of Karnataka Enterprise)
  9. Rajiv Gandhi Information and Technology Commission
  10. Rajiv Gandhi Chair for Peace and Disarmament
  11. Rajiv Gandhi Music Festival
  12. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Lecture
  13. Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Diwas
  14. Rajiv Gandhi Education Foundation, Kerala
  15. Rajiv Gandhi Panchayati Raj Convention
  16. The Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Educational and Charitable Society, Kasagod, Kerala
  17. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial trophy ekankika spardha, Prerana Foundation, Kari Road
  18. Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Janpath, New Delhi
  19. Indira Gandhi Panchayati Raj & Gramin Vikas Sansthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan
  20. Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam
  21. Indira Gandhi Institute for Development and Research , Mumbai
  22. Indira Gandhi Institute of Cardiology (IGIC), Patna
  23. Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, New Delhi
  24. Indira Gandhi National Foundation, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
  25. Indira Gandhi Mahila Sahakari Soot Girani Ltd, Maharashtra
  26. Indira Gandhi Conservation Monitoring Centre , Ministry of Environment & Forest
  27. Post-Graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child
  28. Jawahar Shetkari Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd.
  29. Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan
  30. Jawaharlal Nehru Centenary celebrations
  31. Postal stamps of different denominations and one Rupee coins in memory of Jawaharlal Nehru.
  32. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust (U.K.) Scholarships
  33. Jawaharlal Nehru Custom House Nhava Sheva, Maharashtra
  34. Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for. Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore
  35. Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Moscow
  36. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Udyog Kendra for Juveniles, Pune, Maharastra
  37. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru college of agriculture and research institute, Pondicherry


  1. Rajiv Chowk, Delhi
  2. Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, Safdarjung, New Delhi
  3. Rajiv Gandhi Handicrafts Bhawan, New Delhi
  4. Rajiv Gandhi Park, Kalkaji, Delhi
  5. Indira Chowk, New Delhi
  6. Nehru Planetarium, New Delhi
  7. Nehru Yuvak Kendra, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
  8. Nehru Nagar, New Delhi
  9. Nehru Place, New Delhi
  10. Nehru Park, New Delhi Nehru House, BSZ Marg, New Delhi
  11. Jawaharlal Nehru Government House New Delhi
  12. Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Park, Gurgaon, Haryana
  13. Rajiv Gandhi Chowk, Andheri, Mumbai
  14. Indira Gandhi Road, Mumbai
  15. Indira Gandhi Nagar, Wadala, Mumbai
  16. Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, Mulund, Mumbai
  17. Nehru Nagar, Kurla, Mumbai
  18. Jawaharlal Nehru gardens at Thane, Mumbai
  19. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Hall, Chennai
  20. Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Vadapalani, Chennai, Tamilnadu
  21. Rajiv Gandhi Salai (Old Mahabalipuram road named after Rajiv Gandhi)
  22. Rajiv Gandhi Education City, Haryana
  23. Mount Rajiv, a peak in Himalaya
  24. Rajiv Gandhi IT Habitat, Goa
  25. Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Chennai
  26. Rajiv Gandhi Park, Vijayawada
  27. Rajiv Gandhi Nagar in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
  28. Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Trichy, Tamil Nadu
  29. Rajiv Gandhi IT Park, Hinjewadi, Pune
  30. Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Bhav , Palanpur Banaskantha
  31. Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park, Chandigarh
  32. Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van, Jharkhand
  33. Rajiv Gandhi statue, Panaji, Goa
  34. Rajiv Gandhi Road, Chittoor
  35. Rajiv Gandhi Memorial at Sriperumbudur
  36. Indira Gandhi Memorial Library, University of Hyderabad
  37. Indira Gandhi Musical Fountains, Bangalore
  38. Indira Gandhi Planetarium , Lucknow
  39. Indira Gandhi Centre for Indian Culture (IGCIC), High Commission of India, Mauritus
  40. Indira Gandhi Zoological Park , Eastern Ghats of India
  41. Indira Gandhi Canal, Ramnagar, Jaisalmer
  42. Indira Gandhi Industrial Complex, Ranipet, Vellore District
  43. Indira Gandhi Park, Itanagar
  44. Indira Gandhi Squiare , Pondicherry
  45. Indira Gandhi Road, Willingdon Island, Cochin
  46. Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Kashmir
  47. Indira Gandhi Sagar Dam, Nagpur
  48. Indira Gandhi bridge, Rameshvar, Tamil Nadu
  49. Indira Gandhi Hospital, Bhiwandi Nizampur Municipal Corporation
  50. Indira Gandhi memorial cultural Complex, UP Govt.
  51. Indira Gandhi Sports Stadium , Rohru District, Shimla
  52. Indira Gandhi Panchayati Raj Sansthan , Bhopal
  53. Indira Gandhi Nagar, Rajasthan
  54. Indira Nagar, Lucknow
  55. Roads are named after Jawaharlal Nehru in many cities e.g. in Jaipur, Nagpur, Vile Parle, Ghatkopar, Mulund etc.
  56. Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad
  57. Jawaharlal Nehru Gardens, Ambarnath
  58. Jawarharlal Nehru Gardens, Panhala
  59. Jawaharlal Nehru market, Jammu.
  60. Jawaharlal Nehru Tunnel on the Jammu Srinagar Highway
  61. Nehru Chowk, Ulhas Nagar, Maharashtra.
  62. Nehru Bridge on the river Mandvi, Panaji, Goa
  63. Nehru Nagar Ghaziabad
  64. Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Dharmatala, Kolkata
  65. Nehru Road, Guwahati
  66. Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur
  67. Nehru Vihar Colony, Kalyanpur, Lucknow
  68. Nehru Nagar, Patna
  69. Jawaharlal Nehru Street, Pondicherry
  70. Nehru Bazaar, Madanapalli, Tirupathi
  71. Nehru Chowk, Bilaspur. M.P
  72. Nehru Street, Ponmalaipatti, Tiruchirapalli
  73. Nehru Nagar, S.M. Road, Ahmedabad
  74. Nehru Nagar,. Nashik Pune Road

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