Understanding Assam protests: Here is how it emphasizes the necessity of NRC, and CAB is not to be blamed for the mess
Assam would have witnessed violence at some point in time or the other even if the CAB was not implemented.
‘Like a bird who has been freed from a cage’ says Hindu refugee from Majnu Ka Tila on CAB: OpIndia Exclusive
The refugees said that they have come to India nearly a decade back with a valid visa issued by the Indian government. The refugees added that they had to leave their relatives in Pakistan and come to India because religious persecution in the Islamic nation had made their lives difficult.
Here’s why Amit Shah was right when he said Rohingyas will never be accepted in India and UNHRC cannot object
Amit Shah made it clear that India will never accept Rohingyas in the country and said that the Rohingyas come to India through Bangladesh.
Ahmadiyyas were at the forefront of creation of Pakistan, an Ahmadiyya Unit fought against India in Kashmir in 1947-48
One argument that is often made is against the Bill is the exclusion of Ahmadiyyas from the CAB.
Dharma, Deva, Desha: Three phases of Ram Janmabhoomi movement, who decided Babri Masjid had to go and day of reckoning
The Ram Janmabhoomi Movement, to this day, remains an enigma despite the fact that so much has been written and said about it. Despite the hours and hours of news coverage and the books that have been written about it, there is plenty about it that's still not known.
Allah’s law above all: Jamia Millia students group plans event calling Ayodhya verdict a farce, Ramrajya ‘oppressive’
The organisation 'Students of Jamia' has also shared posts openly declaring that they obey no law but the 'Law of Allah'.
Navy Day: When Indian Navy ships bombed Karachi harbour and turned the tides in the 1971 Indo-Pak war
Every year on December 4, the Indian Navy organises a Beating Retreat ceremony at the Gateway of India in Mumbai to commemorate the audacious attack carried out by the Indian missile boats on the Pakistani Navy headquarters, Karachi on December 4, 1971.
After years of silence, US govt finally tells Afghan allies to act against institutionalized pedophilia: Read what ‘Bacha Bazi’ is
Bacha Bazi is a custom in Afghanistan and is extremely normalized. The US has, thus far, ignored the rampant pedophilia among its allies.
Investigation: The lies and the nexus of foreign organisations behind vilification of Rafale deal and Electoral Bonds
Foreign governments, foreign funded NGOs, a dubious Indian NGO and the Congress party are at the heart of the current controversy of Electoral Bonds.
BHU researcher’s detailed interview: 26 OBC Hindus disqualified to favour Firoze Khan, corruption should be investigated
Dwivedi alleged that a nexus has worked in tandem to appoint Firoze Khan in the faculty. He also alleged that the main interviewers were all known to Khan and other short-listed candidates were deliberately asked questions that they could not answer.
The Rice Bag Project: ‘Mission India’ and how it uses rice bags and caste role-play games to convert Hindus to Christianity
Mission India is an evangelical organization that seeks to 'transform India with the love of Christ through the local Church' and it uses Rice Bag to do so
Kalyan Singh, Class of 92: 6th December, 1992 a matter of National Pride, No Regret, No Repentance, No Grief
Kalyan Singh was the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1992 when the disputed structure was demolished.
The RCEP will provide the Indian industry with a large market with low trade barriers
Chhath Puja in Bihar: Offering gratitude to the Sun God and his energy that makes life on earth possible
Celebrated mainly in Bihar and Jharkhand, Chhath Puja is a four-day-long festival worshipping the Sun God and his two consorts, Usha and Pratyusha.
Vishwa Bhanu who was not allowed to celebrate Diwali by his Muslim neighbours: The Quint misquoted me, If I am being branded a Leftist, today, I leave Leftism
Vishwa Bhanu, a resident of Mumbai wrote on Facebook on about the ordeal he suffered on the occasion of Diwali as a consequence of the intolerance of his Muslim neighbours.
As Fadnavis becomes 1st CM to complete 5 year tenure in 47 years, here is the history of Maharashtra politics and its 23 CMs
Devendra Fadnavis, a 44-year-old four-time MLA became the second-youngest Chief Minister of Maharashtra in 2014.
Did you know that Kerala has a state department that helps people who leave Hinduism and accept Christianity?
The Kerala government has an entire department that is dedicated to the 'welfare' of 'SC Christians' (SCCC), essentially, people who have left Hinduism to convert to Christianity
Shariat rules: No Halal certification to Pantanjali because of ‘Gaumutra’, no products from NE because ‘they eat anything’
Halal India performs the entire scrutinization process under the supervision of the Sharia Board.
Scott Greer rants against India: Know who this white supremacist discarded by American conservatives is
Scott Greer wrote for the White Supremacist website Radix Journal founded by Richard Spencer.
Rajeev Dhavan’s effusive praise for Aurangzeb captures brilliantly the essential position in favour of Babri Masjid
Rajeev Dhavan, the advocate for Muslim parties in the Ram Janambhoomi land dispute, appears to be clutching at straws as he heaped praise on Aurangzeb during the hearing
Halal certification of vegetarian products: It’s no longer about choice, but making others pay for your beliefs
The Halal Debate was once again reignited when a person on social media discovered that the packet of Maida (Flour) she had purchased had halal certification.
When a few Hindu boys bought Beer in ‘Islamic’ Kashmir: What it meant for this small Kashmiri Hindu township
The conclusion of the meeting was that the Kashmiri Hindu is here to work but they should remember that they are being watched and not indulge in any “Un-Islamic” acts.
Congress meets anti-India, antisemite Jeremy Corbyn who supports terror groups and Islamists: All you need to know about him
The United Kingdom representatives of the Indian National Congress party (INC) met with Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour party, and "discussed the human rights situation in Kashmir."
Devotee who was a part of Durga Puja procession attacked in Balrampur alleges conspiracy and chants of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’
A Durga Puja visarjan procession in the bylanes of Balrampur, Uttar Pradesh came under siege by the Muslim residents of the area. Stones were pelted, Hindus were attacked and injured, some, allegedly even with swords.
Halalonomics is a deeper conspiracy than it seems: OpIndia talks to Ravi Ranjan Singh, Chairman of Jhatka Certification Authority
The chairman of Jhatka Certification Authority, Ravi Ranjan Singh claimed that a part of profits from halal products are diverted for promoting jihadi activities
OpIndia Exclusive: Pakistani Hindu refugees unceremoniously removed from Delhi govt school after being given admission
According to Gulsher, after agreeing to admit the children, Delhi government school officials said that they cannot admit them because they were 'too old'.
Odisha demolition drive started on the 27th of August. So far 3 mathas, around 300 dwelling units and a few hundred commercial establishments have been demolished. Among the mathas that have been demolished is Languli matha, Emar matha, Bada Akhada matha
OpIndia investigation: Tentacles of radical Islam, Pakistan, Khalistan in Houston anti-Modi protests ahead of ‘Howdy Modi’ event
The ant-Modi protests ahead of the 'Howdy Modi' event in Houston have been organised by Khalistanis, Pakistanis and Radical Islamists with links to terror groups like Hamas
54 years ago on this day, Pakistan killed an Indian Chief Minister because his plane was flying ‘too close’ to Indo-Pak border
On 19th September 1965, we were in middle of the 1965 India-Pakistan war. The then Chief Minister of Gujarat, Balwant Rai Mehta, a tall Congress leader died after the civilian aircraft he was travelling with seven others was shot down by a Pakistani airforce pilot near Indo-Pak border in the Rann of Kutch.
E-cigarettes: What are they, why they were banned, and why it is difficult to ban traditional cigarettes
Ban on e-cigarette is a welcome decision, but government will have a tough time explaining not banning cigarettes