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Mahatma and Sri Krishna: Winning wars and losing the peace

Mahatma Gandhi’s unqualified capitulationism has apparently triumphed in post-independence Bharat over Bhagwan Krishna’s unyielding terse realism in the Bhagavad Gita. Not only that Bharat...

Partition of Bharat: Part 1 – Reasons

The partition of Bharat was one of the most traumatic incident in the modern history of Bharat. Not only it divided an ancient civilzation,...

Decoding Zakir Naik speech: he wants another Muslim League for Bharat, bats for anti-Hindu front

Zakir Naik is one of the most popular Islamic preachers produced by Bharat. The controversial preacher, who is wanted by Bharatiya authorities in multiple...

Bloody partition of Bharat: An eyewitness account

Yash Pal Lakra has made his peace with a painful past, but the memories refuse to go away. Yash, now a retired surgeon in the...

Why all Hindus must remember June 20 as ‘West Bengal Day’

The historic day of June 20th that ought to be celebrated as West Bengal Day, goes unnoticed almost every year, barring the last few...

Logic and morality in the world of Ramachandra Guha

India's most revered left-liberal intellectual Ramachandra Guha has recently written in the Hindustan Times - "Why the Narendra Modi government has invested so much political...

Bharat doesn’t owe refuge to persecuted Christians – here’s why

The much maligned yet important Citizenship (Amendment) Act of 2019 mandates that Christians along with Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains and Parsi immigrants from Islamic...

Godse was a political assassin, not a terrorist

I have, on occasion, come across the following grossly incorrect and inaccurate terminology: that Nathuram Godse was a “terrorist.”  Recently, this debate has raged...

The Issue of Settling Outsiders in Assam Started from the Time of Partition of Bengal

Senior journalist Kuldip Nayar has died recently. A few days before his death, his last article was published, which was centered on Assam's situation....

“Just Voting will not ensure Dignity and Security of Hindus” – Interview with Shri Tapan Ghosh

Shri Tapan Ghosh is one of the most committed Hindutva leaders working in Bengal, almost like a one-man army. An RSS pracharak for 31...

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