India must change its modus operandi towards Balochistan to have an upper hand over Pakistan and China
The geopolitical strategics at the helm of the region of Balochistan is of paramount significance and prudence
We have every right to celebrate in anticipation of The Return of The King for the love that every pious Hindu that bears towards Rama.
Hindus have been demanding restitution since 1528 for the Ram Temple destroyed by Islamist barbarians, Rajeev Dhavan
Senior Advocate Rajeev Dhavan, who is representing one of the Muslim parties in the Ram Janambhoomi dispute, is having a pretty bad day.
Ayodhya Dispute: Muslim parties seem to have given up hope for a favourable verdict and are afraid of floodgates opening
The Ayodhya Verdict does have the potential to open floodgates on the Temple reclamation project.
The link between terror groups of the Rohingyas and Pakistan based jihadi groups are well known
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
Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, or as the world fondly knew him, APJ Abdul Kalam was the 11th President of India and a scientist par excellence and was derided often for not being 'Muslim enough'.
As soon as the news spread yesterday that Abhijit Banerjee had won the Nobel Prize, an army of trolls descended on an article about the ill-conceived NYAY scheme by Congress, which was led by Rahul Gandhi
Pakistan beyond borders: At a time when the nation needs to stand together, Pakistani minds in India are conspiring to break the country
The pro-Pakistan brigade is a serious threat to nationalistic sentiments of the country
'Trad' and 'Rayta' were invented by the Reactionary Right sometime in 2016-17 and have become popular ever since.
China has realised that it can't its projects in Pakistan without India into confidence
Onion has caused elected governments to fall several times in the past
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.
‘Ab Hind Banega Pakistan’: Event attended by Pakistani senator calls for Jihad against India, uses children to spread anti-Hindu bigotry
'Ab Hind Banega Pakistan' was the theme of the Kashmiri Convention that called for Jihad against India
Devdutt Pattanaik is like a dog chasing a car, he wouldn’t know what to do with it once he caught it
‘Mythologist’ Devdutt Pattanaik has been having an epic meltdown on Twitter.
Like Hindus, the Jewish people have been persecuted for centuries. After World War 2, the Jewish people stood up and resolved that this would never happen again. And they worked hard to cement the memory of the holocaust into history.
Endurance and courage: Tribal children from Chandrapur district scale Mt Everest in a unique initiative by Maharashtra govt
Five students from Chandrapur tribal ashram school did something, which is an ultimate example of endurance, hard work, patience and above all courage - they scaled Mt Everest
‘Fascist Modi’ or ‘Over Tolerant Modi’: When Modi pardoned Muslim men for sending him threatening letters
Is the Modi Government intolerant or is it too over tolerant?
Indians protesting against PM Modi in front of Chinese President is disgraceful behavior aimed at making India look bad
#GoBackModi is not about dissent at all. It is about making India look bad. The whole of India and every Indian: from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.
Mohan Bhagwat was right when he said ‘Lynching’ is a Western concept and here is why the Left is so outraged
Here is why Mohan Bhagwat was right: The term ‘Lynching’ originated in the US, during the American Revolution, and as a part of Racist, anti-negro pogrom.
From ‘Devi’ to ‘Chup Chudail’: Devdutt Pattanaik’s fall from grace with obnoxious tweets involving women
Devdutt Pattanaik had a good run on social media until now.
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.
Mental Health Day: The community of Mental Health Professionals need to introspect and reconsider the prevailing dogmas
The world celebrates Mental Health Day every year on the 10th of October.
Except for Turkey and China, no major global player is keen on stopping by the ideological gate of Pakistan
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.
The NBA fiasco: The Chinese threat to the Liberal World Order and the opportunities it presents to India
Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey tweeted in support of the Hong Kong protesters, China lashed out, NBA distanced itself and Morey issued a grovelling apology
There are even books out there now, with guidance on how to protect babies from communal rhetoric spewed by other babies.
Ready to dance on dead bodies of Hindus: How Raghav Bahl’s website whitewashed Islamist attack on Durga visarjan
Durga Puja Visarjan procession in Balrampur came under attack by a strong Muslim mob and The Quint is ready to dance on the dead bodies of Hindus in an attempt to whitewash the Islamist attack
Maharashtra development: The result of seamless coordination between the centre and state governments
An example of the state government and the central government working together to fulfil the mandate they have been given by the people is seen in Maharashtra and how the state has developed
From Fani, Titli, Gaja, Kerala floods to Karnataka: Here is how the Modi government has responded to natural disasters
Every time a natural calamity strikes, the Modi government is blamed for not giving enough money for disaster relief - how true is this?