Passionate, scholarly, logical: Kobad Ghandy’s friends look back on his student days
Former associates in Mumbai have fond memories of the times they spent with Maoist leader Kobad Ghandy and his wife Anuradha before they shifted to
Kobad Ghandy, a top Maoist leader in India, came from an upper class background before he become one of the country's most wanted rebels. He was arrested in the capital,
Kobad Ghandy is an "unlikely revolutionary" - a foreign educated urbanite, he is reputed to like joking and socialising.
A Khoja-Parsi by birth, Kobad Ghandy completed his schooling in