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Political History of India

Wikipedia distorts history: Claims Pakistan’s first law minister JN Mandal returned to India for his son’s illness, does not mention his concerns about anti-Hindu...

Jogendra Nath Mandal resigned from Pakistan govt and returned to India in 1950 due to anti-Hindu riots and policies, and the anti-Dalit bias in Muslim majority administration in Pakistan.

‘I was forced to resign by Mulayam govt because I imposed POTA case on Mukhtar Ansari, my life got ruined’: Former DSP Shailendra Singh

Sailendra Singh kept fighting against the establishment to prove his innocence until the BJP government led by Yogi Adityanath came to power in the state and filed an application in the court to withdraw cases against him.

Hyderabad Liberation Day, Partition Horrors Remembrance Day: Why India needs to scrape away the whitewashing and look at the dark realities of its past

By commemorating the 'Hyderabad Liberation Day', and Partition Horrors Remembrance Day, the GOI is ensuring that the present generation of Indians knows how hard it was to secure a fragmented nation, how difficult it was to protect a wounded, bleeding country from enemies outside and inside, and how hard our predecessors fought for our sovereignty to build today's India.

When Nehru sent police into Golden Temple to supress ‘Punjabi Suba Movement’: community kitchen captured, langar stopped, 8000 people arrested

Even though everyone has some memory of Operation Blue Star, which was carried out under Indira Gandhi's directives, few people are aware that Jawaharlal Nehru's reign also saw an identical era in Punjabi history

The dark days of Jungle Raj in Bihar: How the Lalu Prasad Yadav regime made the state a den of rapes, anarchy, kidnappings and...

Law and order in Bihar entirely disintegrated during RJD president Lalu Prasad Yadav's 15-year regime in the eastern state.

‘Police looted jewellery; punished us for chanting Jai Shri Ram’: Families of victims of Sandpur massacre during Janmabhoomi movement recount the horror

The villagers of Basti's Sandpur were gunned down by the then-SP administration during the Ram Janmbhoomi campaign in Ayodhya

Centre asked UP govt to remove Ram Lalla idol in 1949 after Pakistan Radio claimed that Hindus were capturing places vacated after partition: Ex-Secretary...

Former culture secretary Raghvendra said that UP govt had asked for the removal of the 'Ram Lalla' idol in 1949 because they were being asked by the Central government to do that

Ram Mandir: Read the story of the Sandpur village where Mulayam Singh Yadav’s police fired at all and tortured villagers for sheltering Karsevaks

On 22nd October 1990, on the information of the presence of karsevaks, the local Dubaulia police station team raided the Sandpur village. In this raid, the police had also opened fire.

Sanjay Raut now credits Mulayam Singh Yadav for Ram Mandir, says Ram Janmabhoomi movement escalated because of firing on Kar Sevaks on his order

Sanjay Raut justified the killing of Kar Sevaks on the orders of Mulayam Singh Yadav by saying that it gave a big boost to the Ram Mandir movement

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