Tuesday, June 15, 2021
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Nivan Sadh

Why minorities shouldn’t be worried about the concept of a Hindu Rashtra

Unlike the narrative peddled by Left, a Hindu Rashtra by its very essence is inclusive to people of other faiths, as evident by the various historical accounts

Reservations for SC Christians: How it could affect the prospects of Dalit Hindus

There have been several calls for the inclusion of Dalit Christians in the reservation system meant for SC/St and OBC communities.

The muffled voices of Hyderabad: Unaccounted reports of mass genocide of local Hindus under the Nizam

One of the largest princely states within the Indian union was Hyderabad, a Hindu-majority region ruled by a Muslim Nizam.

The social hierarchy of Muslim society: Is the caste system a problem unique to Hindus?

Often ignored by the media, there is wide scale discrimination present in Muslim society between two factions- Ashraf and Ajlaf.

Espionage Archives: How India’s Communist parties received funding from the Soviet Union during the Cold War

CIA doc reveals India’s parties allegedly took funds from the Soviet Union in exchange for heavy influence on foreign policy.

Declassified CIA document from 2011 reveals the depth of Soviet penetration in Indian media

India was seen as the playground for International espionage between the intelligence agencies of the two superpowers- KGB and CIA.

The dancing boys of Afghanistan: A report on the rising ‘baccha bazi’ in the country

'Baccha Bazi' or 'Child play' is a practice in which young (and often pre-pubescent) boys are made to dress like girls and dance erotically in front of middle-aged Afghan men

Tales from the Baburnama: Babur’s homosexuality and ‘love’ for a young child

Often idolised by the extremist section of Islamic society, Babur is assumed to be an ideal Muslim who followed all the modern day practises of Islam.

The Goan Inquisition by the Portuguese: A forgotten holocaust of Hindus and Jews

The Portuguese inquisition of Goa is an often forgotten and unspoken event by the ‘secular’ circles of Indian historians, despite various historical records exposing the gross exodus of not just Hindus, but also Jews that had escaped Medieval Europe to take refuge in India.

Tipu Sultan: a freedom fighter or Islamic bigot?

Tipu Sultan is often credited in our history textbooks as a ‘secular’ ruler of Mysore who fought against the British in the late 1700s. While the latter part of the sentence does hold merit, the former is nothing but blatant propaganda

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