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Kashmir, the visible welcome change

The nation celebrated its 73rd Republic Day with traditional gaiety during this year's 'Amrit-Mahotsva' in regard to the 75th year of Bharat's Independence. The...

R-Day violence accused is Sanyukt Samaj Morcha candidate in Punjab

Gangster-turned-activist Lakha Sidhana, who is accused in the 2021 Republic Day violence case, is the candidate of Sanyukt Samaj Morcha, a political front of...

Kerala Minister unfurls Tricolour upside down in Kasargod

In a goof-up, State Ports Minister Ahamed Devarkovil unfurled the Indian tricolour upside down during a Republic Day programme on Wednesday. The mediapersons pointed out...

The non-violence myth: Bharat’s founding story bestows upon it a quixotic national philosophy and enduring costs

The boundary between historical fact and fiction is more porous than students of history might think. It is not uncommon for countries to create...

Children stuck at Red fort due to farmer’s protests, NCPCR seeks police report

The violence on Republic Day by protesting farmers left several artists including children stranded on the Red Fort until late evening when Delhi police...

Republic Day Ram Mandir and Kedarnath temple tableaux vandalised in Red Fort complex by ‘farmers’

More details are emerging about yesterday's unprecedented attack on Delhi by protesting 'farmers' while the nation was  celebrating Republic Day. Shockingly, one of the...

‘Tractor rally’ on R-Day: SC says cops to decide on entry of farmers in Delhi

With farmer unions insisting on holding a 'tractor rally' on Republic Day, the Supreme Court on Monday told the Centre that the top court...

Shackles of History in the World’s Largest Democracy

History helps shape national perceptions and perspectives and undergirds national security. However, the boundary between historical fact and fiction is more porous than students...

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