Sunday, March 29, 2009

US collector apologise over Gandhi auction

The US collector James Otis, who sold the rare belongings of Mahatma Gandhi, has apologized in Delhi for "unintentional hurt" to Indian sentiments. He said the money raised from the auction would go to groups promoting Gandhian values. James said the items had not arrived in India because of a row over taxes.

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