Mixed feelings among freedom fighters

As India observes its 60th Independence Day, its 'freedom fighters,' are spending last years doing jobs conspicuously different to the revolutionary roles they once played. Ninety-year old Nand Kishore Prasad from Chatra in Jharkhand, who first took on the British as part of Mahatma Gandhi's non-cooperation movement in 1942, has been earning a living through his typewriter that he bought at an auction at the British Secretariat in Patna city in 1947.

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