Political History of India
Research essays about the political history of India
Congress keeps Nehru’s legacy alive, ‘gives away’ Ladakh to China and Pakistan while ‘standing with farmers’
On Tuesday, while attacking PM Modi regarding the new farm laws, Assam Congress' official handle tweeted a distorted map of India.
First meeting of Constituent Assembly: Speech by Dr Sachidananda Sinha proves that India never understood the mindset behind Muslim League
9th December 2020 marks 74th anniversary of the first meeting of Constituent Assembly - it's time we analyse the shaky foundation
Labour And Dravidianism: History of Buckingham and Carnatic Mills Strike, the first major industrial unrest in South India
One of the major reasons for the success of the Dravidian movement is its co-option of the working class
The tactical understanding between the Pakistan-sponsored Khalistani elements who have hijacked the Punjab farmer protests and Islamists is being falsely depicted as some sort of 'Sikh-Muslim unity'.
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