Political History of India
Research essays about the political history of India
The assassination of Mahashay Rajpal, the publisher of Rangeela Rasool: How secularism and freedom of expression died along with him
Pandit Chamupati Lal, a close friend of Mahashay Rajpal, wrote a short biography of the Islamic Prophet, Mohammed.
Actor Madhavan to soon release movie on Nambi Narayanan, a scientist who was hounded and persecuted by Congress: Watch trailer
Actor Madhavan's directorial debut "Rocketry-The Nambi Effect" brings to fore the story of former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan and how he was hounded by the then Congress government.
‘Body remained suspended for an hour until life was ascertained to be extinct’: death certificate of Bhagat Singh surfaces on Shaheed Diwas
Until 2018, India did not have any traces of the death certificate of Bhagat Singh as it was all lying in Pakistan's custody
Even before Waseem Rizvi petitioned for removing 26 verses from Quran, a petition to ban the Quran altogether was filed 36 years ago: Read...
In 1985, a petition was filed in the Calcutta high court seeking direction to the govt to forfeit every copy of the Quran
‘New Ram Mandir will be symbol of hate’ argument is based on same lies that propagated ‘Babri demolition radicalised Muslims’
The seeds of Islamic radicalisation and terrorism were sowed much before the demolition of Babri Masjid. But 'liberals' just found it convenient to blame the Hindus.
From Chittaranjan Das to PM Modi: The long and illustrious history of the Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata
The Brigade Parade Ground was the site of BJP's historic rally in Kolkata where Prime Minister Modi addressed a massive crowd.
‘Even if life was taken away illegally, courts are helpless’: the Congress toolkit for protecting institutions
Rahul Gandhi had recently said that though the Emergency was wrong, Congress has never tried to capture India's institutional framework.
The assault on Gopal Mazumdar’s mother is a reminder of the brutal Sainbari massacre, where a mother was force-fed the blood of her sons
During the Sainbari attack, the newborn child of the family was thrown into the fire, and eyes of the elder son were gouged out. Two Sain brothers and a private tutor were brutally murdered.
On his 106th birth anniversary, read the scathing remarks Khushwant Singh made against Indira, Rajiv and Sonia Gandhi
Khushwant Singh, lawyer-author-diplomat-historian-editor, was one of the most acerbic social observers who minced no words in his criticism of politicians and leaders.
Union Budget 1959: When PM Nehru reduced the defence expenditure by Rs 25 crores and China attacked India three years later
The significant reduction in the defence budget was the first in a series of disastrous steps taken by PM Jawaharlal Nehru leading to the embarrassing defeat in 1962 war