How Jawaharlal Nehru used Indian Navy assets not just for vacation, but to ‘pay respects’ to Edwina Mountbatten after she died
The tradition to use Navy assets for their personal use was not started by Rajiv Gandhi. Jawaharlal Nehru had pioneered this abhorrent culture.
‘Bofors ka dalal kaun hai? Rajiv Gandhi,’ How the Opposition back in the late 80s chanted ‘Rajiv Gandhi Chor Hai’
Congress workers had abused and beaten up Sagar University journalism department head for a question asked in an examination
Nehru at Kumbh, 1954: When Congress govt burnt bodies, lied about casualties and called a journalist collecting evidence ‘ba***rd’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaking at Ayodhya today spoke about the ghastly stampede of 1954 where a 1000 devotees lost their lives.
How did Adil Shahryar go from being insolvent to getting out of jail and starting a company worth $250 million in 5 years flat?
Adil Shahryar’s name has been buried and seldom uttered. Not by the political class and certainly not by the media who is more than willing to let the indiscretions of the first family slide under the rug.
Papers long buried, questions that were never asked: Was Sonia Gandhi’s Italian family involved in the Bofors scam?
OpIndia has accessed evidence to show that Sonia Gandhi's Italian family could have been involved in the Bofors scandal, with their names carefully hidden from the public eye
Once upon a Time in 2002: A public denouncement of his father by Robert Vadra and 2 mysterious deaths
It was in early 2002 that allegations of misconduct against the Vadra family surfaced and Robert Vadra denounced his own family in public.
The Coimbatore bomb blast and how India's political dispensation, Congress and its allies specifically, shielded terrorists
China’s refusal to list Masood Azhar as global terrorist: A legacy of Jawaharlal Nehru’s monumental blunder
China, for the fourth time, refused to back an international effort to list Jaish-e-Muhammad chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist. As cliched as it may sound, but we are once again forced to bear the fruits of Jawaharlal Nehru's monumental blunders.
While Congress and Left roll together in the bed for the 2019 General Elections, the love birds of today bear little resemblance to the two fighting crows of 1959.
I don’t know if Bengal has any such thing left as a sympathy vote. As a state, we have moved far beyond that point.
Huge numbers of Hindus had come to India from Bangladesh after independence due to religious persecution, and they need the protection of citizenship of amendment bill
Congress party's 2016 tweet labels some other girl as young India Gandhi with Ghaffar Khan
George Fernandes was a principled socialist leader who became active in Mumbai local politics in the 1960s
As tributes flow in, Congress seems to have forgotten how they treated George Fernandes during the Emergency, when he was alive
PM Modi inaugurates a museum at Red Fort, to mark the birth anniversary of Subash Chandra Bose.
Arun Shourie was one of the attendees at the United India rally organized by the Trinamool Congress at Kolkata. The event was also attended by Jignes Mevani, a Dalit 'leader'.
As BSP supremo Mayawati announces her party's alliance with the Samajwadi party at Lucknow today, it is time to remember the Meerabai Guest House incident
In this report, we shall elaborate on the extent to which the CBI was compromised during the regime of Congress and Indira Gandhi
The time when Indira Gandhi used CBI to destroy 4 government officers ‘socially, physically and morally’
This Shah Commission chapter discusses how four senior officials of the Government were harassed and humiliated by Congress and Indira Gandhi using the CBI as a tool
Sanjay Gandhi had him imprisoned because he refused to help Adil Shahryar, claimed planning commission member in 1977
Many believe that Rajiv Gandhi helped Warren Anderson escape after the Bhopal Gas Tragedy in a quid pro quo deal for the release of his convicted childhood friend, Adil Shahryar
His role in extraordinary Maruti affair, in which Sonia Gandhi and kids were equal participants, opens us to a relatively unknown aspect of Sanjay Gandhi and the Congress as an unscrupulous Business enterprise
Before Indira Gandhi was released from jail on 26th December 1978, a plane was hijacked by Congress workers
A plane was hijacked by Congress workers demanding the release of Indira Gandhi
Ranganath Misra, the uncle of former CJI Dipak Misra, went on to become a Rajya Sabha MP from the Congress party between 1998-2004, after his report on the 1984 Sikh genocide, exonerating Congress
Considering recent political developments and the rise in the political consciousness of Hindus which is reflected in Indian polity being remarkably vocal regarding Hindu concerns and interests, the achievement of Hindutva ideologues is truly unprecedented in history.
Operation Trident: When Karachi burned for seven days, historical victory of Indian navy over Pakistan
Pakistan's Air Force had attacked six Indian airfields on December 3.
There may well be more to the Bhopal Gas tragedy than meets the eye, but unfortunately, the truth about Adil Shahryar may be hidden forever
There exists an urban legend that the Nizam Mir Osman Ali of Hyderabad had donated 5000 kgs of gold to the Indian government to help in Indo-China war.
The manner in which Congress betrayed badminton star Syed Modi is seldom spoken about
As Rahul Gandhi prays at Ajmer Dargah before talking in Pokhran, here is Congress’ tarnished history with both places
Congress had opposed the Pokhran 2 nuclear tests, saying BJP benefited from it, not the country
Indira Gandhi legacy includes the crony capitalism during her regime