Political History of India
Research essays about the 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.
The Life and Travails of Dr Sathiavani Muthu: A window to the experience of Dalits in the Dravidian movement
Sathiavani Muthu participated in electoral politics for 3 decades and served as Minister in the Tamil Nadu Government twice.
The Dravidian Movement and the Devadasi Abolition Act: Did a ‘Brahiminical conspiracy’ oppose reforms to the practice as alleged?
The Dravidian movement has long claimed a contribution to the Devadasi Abolition Act. But how true is their claim?
Why Nehru deserves the flak he gets on his birth anniversary and every other day — and how Sonia and Rahul are to blame
It’s Nov 14, the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru. Or as they used to call it back when I was a kid in school: Children’s Day.
Vested political interest of one family made congress to sideline the contribution of many freedom fighters.
In 1984 after anti-Sikh riots, Rajiv Gandhi justified killing thousands of Sikhs by saying it was a reaction from the angry people of India
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 Second Republic: Why Narendra Modi drawing a comparison between Somnath Temple and Ram Mandir on Rashtriya Ekta Diwas is significant
The birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on the 31st of October is commemorated as the Rashtriya Ekta Diwas.
Infantry Day: On 27 October 1947, the Day Pakistani looters and rapists invading J and K met ‘The Wall’ called Indian Army
Infantry Day – The historic day when the first troops of independent India landed in J&K to fight off Pakistani invaders
All you need to know about Mohammad Shahabuddin, the dreaded mafia don and once Lalu Yadav’s close aide who made Siwan tremble
The Siwan district, in the 90s and early 21st century, became his fiefdom and Mohammad Shahabuddin was its unchallenged ruler.
Indian team that won FIDE Online Chess Olympiad 2020 struggles through custom department procedure to get their medals
Srinath Narayanan, the Vice President of the team, said that it took a week's time for the medals to reach Chennai from Bangalore.
Punjab: National head of Hindu organisation Shri Ram Sena brutally assaulted by three unidentified bike-borne assailants
The chairman of Punjab Hindustan Shiv Sena said that the Hindu leaders are on the radar of various anti-national elements in Punjab
Government and Policy
United Nations classifies marijuana as a ‘less dangerous drug’, decision, for which India voted too, to help further medicinal use
With the categorisation of marijuana as a less dangerous drug, it is believed that the medicinal and therapeutic potential of the drug can now be recognised.
Watch: Angry Rajdeep Sardesai threatens to sack his staff in charge of social media for failing to link up his Instagram live
Rajdeep Sardesai had announced that he was doing a live chat on his Instagram page to discuss Hyderabad municipal election results
94-year-old widow moves Supreme Court seeking for declaration of Emergency as unconstitutional; demands Rs 25 crores as compensation
She alleges that the issues of the Emergency still resonates in her mind and she wants to peace by getting it declared as illegal
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
How a teacher from Solapur, Ranjitsinh Disale, won the coveted Global Teacher Prize and $1 million: Here is his story
32-year-old teacher Ranjitsinh Disale won the Global Teacher prize and prize money of $1 million for his extensive work in the field of the girl child education
Ex-Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s father Yograj Singh joins Farmer’s protests, justifies “Indira thok di” comment
Multiple videos of Yograj Singh, Yuvraj Singh's father, have gone viral on social media where he has been giving provocative speeches amid the ongoing farmer protests
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.