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D V Sridharan
Between 2000-06, I published www.goodnewsindia.com and since 2006 have been restoring 17 acres of wasteland and reporting it at www.pointReturn.com. In 2004, having entered my 70s, I discovered I was a Hindu really, thanks to intellectual phoneys and secular humbugs in the media and politics. I primarily write at apersonalindia.blogspot.in
‘Predators and Prey’. Mounted on a big canvas, Abhinav Agarwal’s book is a fast-paced thriller ready for a movie script
The novel 'Predators and Prey’ by author Abhinav Agarwal works at many levels.
Dear ‘Climate Activists’, I am 80 and you blame my generation, but do you know our work and the solutions we evolved?
Let me try and tell Greta Thunberg what elders -my contemporaries- did in our past and see if she is exorcised.
India is a target territory for the Cultural Marxists to conquer. Know who they are, and what drives them.
Political History of India
Khalistanis hijacking farmer protests are aimed at breaking Hindu-Sikh unity: Here is a brief history of tensions in Punjab
The 'Khalistan' bogey has indeed reared its ugly head during the protests against the recently passed farm laws.
‘You shot a bullet in Delhi, we made MP and Shajapur Shaheen Bagh’: MP HC gives bail to one Anwar, orders counselling as a...
The Madhya Pradesh High Court granted bail to an accused named Anwar, who had been arrested earlier for posting provocative messages on WhatsApp
After Youth Congress preached about respecting women, its Punjab unit uses misogynistic hashtag to target Kangana Ranaut
A tweet was posted from the official Twitter handle of Punjab Youth Congress using a highly vulgar hashtag to target Kangana Ranaut.
Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina delivers a resounding jolt to Pakistan during meeting with envoy, says can’t forget 1971 atrocities
The sharp response by Bangladesh Prime Minister to Pakistan reminding them of the atrocities during the Bangladesh liberation war of 1971 comes at a time when pro-Pakistan Islamist organisations are opposing the statue of her father Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
After ‘saving Aarey’, Shiv Sena led BMC gives permission to remove over 1000 trees for Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link
Initially the proposal was for removing 1172 Link trees for the Mumbai Trans-Harbour but the number was later reduced to 1,004
From supporting Khalistanis to hurting religious sentiments of Sikhs: A brief intro of the new liberal favourite, Diljit Dosanjh
Singer Diljit Dosanjh has become the new blue-eyed boy of the left-liberal gang after he supported ongoing farmers protest
Exposing hypocrisy of Congress, CPIM, Bharatiya Kisan Union and even Justin Trudeau over the Farm Bills 2020, point by point
The industry scale hypocrisy surrounding the protests around Farm Laws is staggering
Days after Kangana mistook an elderly lady in Punjab farmers' protest for Bilkis Bano of Shaheen Bagh 'protests', Punjabi singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh got into a war of words with her on Twitter.
Mirzapur: Three Brahmin boys found dead, family says they were murdered with eyes gouged out, police deny
The three cousins: 14-year-old Sudhanshu Tiwari, 14-year-old Shivam Tiwari and Hariom Tiwari were mysteriously found dead in a pond in the Lalganj police station area, Mirzapur.
Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, the owner of the spices brand 'MDH' passed away on Thursday morning following a cardiac arrest.