Political History of India

Research essays about the political history of India

The people with a rare gift of wisdom: The unsung heroes of Nagaland

Contributions of Naga People’s Convention leaders is not only a peaceful & prosperous Nagaland but also a peaceful North East

1993 Mumbai bomb blasts: 12 blasts that had brought India’s financial capital to a standstill on March 12, 27 years ago

On March 12, 1993, the city of Mumbai was thundered with a string of 12 ravaging bomb blasts that had left hundreds of people dead and more than 1400 people…

Madhavrao Scindia: Jyotiraditya Scindia’s father, born this day in 1945, died under mysterious circumstances in 2001

Madhavrao Scindia died in a plane crash on the outskirts of Mainpuri district of Uttar Pradesh on the 30th of September 2001.

The 21 leaders of Naga People’s Convention: Heroes of Nagaland that the nation forgot

Contributions of 21 Leaders of Naga People’s’ Convention is not only towards building a peaceful and prosperous Nagaland but also sowing the seeds of a peaceful North East of India…

Honouring the service of Ma. Shri P. Parameswaran to the Nation: A ‘Rashtra-Rishi’ who inspired thousands

Shri P Parameswaran Ji, through his unpretentious and unassuming life, inspired thousands of young souls to dedicate themselves for selfless service of our great nation.

Sushma Swaraj’s husband Swaraj Kaushal narrates a story of how a proofreader in Times of India changed India’s political landscape

This is how George Fernandes, a small town boy from Mangalore, rose to power and changed the political landscape of India.

When Asaduddin Owaisi says ‘We rejected Pakistan and Jinnah’s Two Nation Theory’, he is lying. Here is how

The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) is the legacy of the Razakars, a Jihadist terror group that committed innumerable atrocities against Hindus in the Nizam's kingdom.

As Bhim Army supports Islamist protests against CAA, here is what happened to a Dalit leader who had supported Pakistan

Jogendra Nath Mandal is the prime example of how the Dalit-Muslim unity trope is just that - a trope

Officially anti-Hindu party: How Congress is trying to blame the Islamic concept of two nations on Hindus

Congress leader Kapil Sibal said in the Rajya Sabha that the Citizenship Amendment Bill will realize "Savarkar's two-nation theory".