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Political History of India

Subhas Chandra Bose was suspected of being ‘poisoned’ after ouster from the post of Congress president: Author of book on Netaji

Author Anuj Dhar stirred up a controversy regarding Netaji Shubhash Chandra Bose on social media on Saturday.

Long before Punjab ‘farmers’ threatened Republic Day parade, Muslim bodies gave a call to boycott Republic Day function in 1987

In December 1986, newly formed "All India Babri Masjid Conference (AIBMC)" had given a call to all Muslims to boycott the Republic Day celebrations in 1987.

Not just Rahul Gandhi, his great grandfather Nehru also thought that India does not need an Army

Yesterday, Rahul Gandhi opined that India does not need the armed forces especially at Indo-China border.

Impossible man: Why Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose cannot be appropriated by any party and what Indians can learn from him

Not just within the Indian political context, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose will make almost anyone uncomfortable

India-Pakistan conflict: The history of Line of Control and Pakistan’s continuous ceasefire violations

Despite several agreements and resolutions Pakistan has continued its Guerrilla war in Jammu and Kashmir and its relentless ceasefire violations.

The time when Balasaheb Thackeray regretted sending ‘idiot’ Pritish Nandy to Rajya Sabha

Balasaheb Thackeray and Pramod Mahajan were misled into believing that Pritish Nandy would uphold the party's beliefs.

IC 814 hijack: Where are those three terrorists India released in exchange for hostages?

On December 31, 1999, after seven days, the hostage crisis came to an end as India agreed to release three dreaded terrorists including Masood Azhar, the founder of Jaish-e-Mohammed.

The ‘Jalianwala Bagh’ of 1998: When the Congress govt in Madhya Pradesh opened fire and killed 24 farmers in Multai

24 farmers died in 1998 in Multai, MP after police opened fire at protesting farmers demanding compensation from Digvijay Singh-led govt

27 years ago, BKU leader Tikait had led massive protests demanding the same farm reforms Punjab farmers are protesting against now

In 1993, BKU had asked the government to permit farmers to sell their products anywhere in the country

A superstar, a murder and four Chief Ministers: Movies and the Dravidian Movement

A feature of Dravidian movement and politics since the 50s is the extraordinary influence that movies and film stars wield.

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