i found it more ironic that they happened to set off the bomb in front of a building absoloutely packed with doctors, who set up a triage and got to work straight away (BMA building).
like, maybe there were some feelings of abivalence from the bomber or something...
I'm not so sure. He was Hindu and pressured for a separate state for Muslims, I imagine he was the first internationally revered rascist
No, Gandhi was very much an all-India kind of chap.
But he was also a fan of non-violent protest.
I thought that too. The garden in the middle of Tavistock Square is often described as a "peace garden" as there are other memorials etc. there too - somewhat ironic.
We *still* haven't been allowed back into our offices on Tav Square - rumour has it we'll get back in in the next couple of days as the bus was removed on Saturday though.