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The shameful indifference shown by the Church towards Sister Lucy and the necessity of questioning the need for nunneries in India

Sister Lucy had to go through an ordeal to make sure her complaint was heard. Her FIR complaint was deliberately acted upon slowly.

Why the 1893 speech of Swami Vivekananda at World’s Parliament of Religions is still relevant today

The famous Chicago speech of Swami Vivekananda at the World's Parliament of Religions in 1893 is still relevant to this day.

The Bihar conundrum with taming rivers to control floods: What has been done so far and what could be done in future

Bihar continues to suffer heavily in terms of life and property affecting over 8 million people spread across 13 disctricts.

The challenges to ‘Secularism’ and the need to implement NRC to preserve it

The day the Hindus become a religious minority in India, their eventual decimation would become a matter of time as it happened in Pakistan and Bangladesh.

From cheap goods to telecom: How China’s industrial hegemony and guerilla marketing tactics can hurt India

Be it the battlefield or business environment, Chinese have always tried to strain India's economy in all possible aspects.

People who think govt control of temples will rid them of inter-jati conflict assume that a pro-Hindu govt will always be in power

Viewing it through the single lenses of govt control, though, does not do justice to the various other aspects of society within which these temples are situated

Ram Mandir, a symbol of cultural continuity: Northeast India and Sanatan Dharma

After a decade long historical, political and legal dispute and with a Supreme Court intervention brought to closure in the matter of construction of Ram Mandir and, finally, Lord Rama shall get its abode to live

Ram Janmabhoomi: An account of Hindu efforts to reclaim the sacred land and a tribute to the centuries old struggle

In 1717, Jaisingh II purchased lands and established Jaisnighpura in all Hindu religious centres across North India including Ayodhya.

India’s Industrial Heritage: Through Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya’s independent ‘Note’ to the Industrial Commission of 1916

Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya wrote an independent note to the report by the Industrial Commission of 1916.

Women-led Self Help Groups: Frontline workers in the fight against COVID-19

The mention of SHGs by PM Modi holds significance here since in the last few years, this women-led movement has become an institution for women empowerment and economic prosperity of rural India

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