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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...

Maniram Dewan: Assam’s first tea planter, freedom fighter, martyr

Maniram Dutta Barua, commonly known as Maniram Dewan, was one of the first Assamese to establish Tea Industry in Assam and was initially a...

Bundelkhand’s ‘Jallianwala Bagh’ led to the martyrdom of 21 freedom fighters

The people of Bundelkhand have also made a major contribution to the freedom struggle of the country. Chhatarpur district's Charan Paduka area had witnessed a...

JCO martyred, terrorist killed in Rajouri encounter

A Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) of the Indian Army was martyred while one terrorist was killed in an operation against the militants in J&K's...

AP martyr in Chhattisgarh encounter was to get married

Shakamuri Muralikrishna, one of the martyred CRPF jawans from Andhra Pradesh in the recent Chhattisgarh encounter was supposed to get married in May but...

Hundreds bid farewell to 3 bravehearts of NE, martyred in Maoist attack

Hundreds of people from Assam and Tripura on Tuesday bid farewell three of their bravehearts -- Inspector Dilip Kumar Das, Constables Bablu Rabha and...

Birsa Munda – a martyr whose life was dedicated to the cause of the nation

A Flute player and painter, Birsa Munda was born in the vanvasi village of Jharkhand named Unnihat on 15th November, 1875.  Later, young...

The Early Years of Bhagat Singh

The young boy of just 12, stood on the ground, as he looked out. Just some days earlier, around 1500 Bharatiyas were massacred in...

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