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Population control policy in Assam and UP

Bharat, with a population of 1.39 billion and a density of 464 persons per square kilometre, is the most densely populated country in the...

Cultural Appropriation of age-old Hindu knowledge

Cultural appropriation refers to illicitly borrowing elements or ideas from another culture without acknowledging and giving credit to the source. Typically, the cultural theft...

Apolitical Dharmic bodies should actively participate in making an effective Dharmic ecosystem

From ancient times, Hindus have created religious bodies to effectively practise the tenets of Dharma. These include mathas (monasteries) and akhadas. The major mathas...

African netizens slam ‘The Economist’ for romanticising colonial-era bureaucrats

In its July 31 edition, The Economist included a review of the book, ‘In the Forest of No Joy’ by J.P. Daughton.  The book...

CJI passes judgement on legislative bodies, but first he must look within his own institution

The Chief Justice of India (CJI) N. V. Ramana, in an Independence Day speech, criticized the quality of current-day debates and discussions held in...

While persecuted Dharmics await framing of CAA rules, special visas announced for fleeing Afghans

With the capture of key cities of Afghanistan and essentially the takeover of the whole country by the Taliban, many Afghans are rapidly trying...

Demystifying the Assam-Mizoram border issue

On July 26, five policemen and a civilian from Assam were killed in border clashes between Assam and Mizoram. The clashes took place in...

Gates’ NGO jeopardizing African food security?

The 2021 UN Food Systems Summit will take place in September this year. Food security and the optimum practises small farmers should adopt will...

The Danish Siddiqui case – do Islamists in Bharat live in a make-believe world?

Photographer Danish Siddiqui was killed while covering the conflict between the Taliban and the Afghan National Army. As expected, the usual suspects sprung into...

WB post-poll pogrom: Sibal, Singhvi question NHRC findings, matter drags in courts while Hindus suffer

Political murders in West Bengal under the TMC government were ongoing from several years ago. Even the 2014 NCRB report had called out West...

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