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Narasimha Reddy, the chief who led Andhra’s now-forgotten first mass rebellion against the British in 1846

Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy is hailed as the 19th-century hero who led the first mass rebellion in Andhra Pradesh against the British. Descendant of a dispossessed...

Sangolli Rayanna, Rani Chennamma’s brave military chief who defeated British in guerrilla war, continues to inspire Bharatiyas

Sangolli Rayanna's martyrdom stories continue to inspire crores of Kannadigas with every child given examples of his bravery against the British. The giant banyan...

Britain backs most of the world’s repressive regimes, new analysis shows

Freedom House, a Washington-based think tank funded almost entirely by the US government, published a report last week designating 64 of the world’s 210 countries or territories as...

Jamaican protesters shun royal visit, demand slavery reparations

Protesters in Jamaica raised their fists Tuesday as they donned T-shirts emblazoned with a pair of shackled Black wrists surrounded by the phrases “Seh...

Unveiling the underbelly of the Raj through British eyes

This is not an account of Bharatiyas accusing British colonials of perfidies but of the rulers themselves laying bare the truth in their own...

अंग्रेज कैंटोनमेंट में आधिकारिक रूप से अंग्रेजों के लिए था भारतीय महिलाओं का चकलाघर

भारतीय लेखक उर्दू और अंग्रेजी के बहाने मुस्लिम और अंग्रेज प्रेमी होते हैं। वह लोग उद्धारक हैं उनके लिए और उनका अपना लोक पिछड़ा!...

Was Savitribai Phule really the “first female teacher” in Bharat?

Hotee was a Bengali Hindu widow. She was a scholar of Sanskrit Poetry, Law, Mathematics and Ayurveda. She established a School in Varanasi for...

Chronicling racial relations between Bharatiyas and their last foreign invaders

In July 1765, Robert Clive, in a letter to Sir Francis Sykes, compared Gomorrah favourably to Calcutta, then capital of British India. He wrote:...

The apartheid-level horror of the Criminal Tribes Act enacted by the British colonizers

The British come up with the Criminal Tribes Act (CTA) in 1871. It was one of the most draconian acts ever that classified entire...

Origins of King James Version of the Bible

Have you heard of King James version of the Bible? Know of its origins in this article. In 382 CE, Jerome was commissioned to translate...

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