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Diary of a Delhi Liberal: We celebrate the day we got freedom from Kashmiri Hindus, but Shaheen Bagh has become a bit of an albatross

Diary of a Delhi Liberal: We celebrate the day we got freedom from Kashmiri Hindus, but Shaheen Bagh has become a bit of an albatross

Talking of Shaheen Bagh, it has become a bit of an albatross around our neck, diary.
On Tuesday, Shiv Sena's Sanjay Raut had stated that Indira Gandhi used to come to Mumbai to meet underworld don Karim Lala

Who was Karim Lala, the underworld don that Sanjay Raut claims Indira Gandhi used to meet

Karim Lala was one of the most infamous characters in modern Mumbai and revealed the dark underbelly of the culture of crime that flourished in the city.
The Imperial Cholas, Part I: An Introduction to the longest ruling Dynasty in India

The Imperial Cholas, Part I: An Introduction to the longest ruling Dynasty in India

From a study of the annals of Indic studies, it is quite clear that the Imperial Cholas of south India claim the record for being the longest ruling dynasty in Indian history.

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.

Why the ‘multi-faith prayer’ feels like an act to fool Hindus

For over a month now, the anti-CAA crowd have struggled to put up a ‘secular’ face on their blatantly communal and anti-Hindu demand.
India Today journalist

Watch: India Today journalist and JNUSU VP talking in a hushed, off the record conversation. Does this point to collusion?

India Today's Tanushree Pandey seems to be coaching JNUSU VP and accepting whatever he is saying without question
Reviews: Hinduphobic portals go mental as Tanhaji wows the audience with visual grandeur and cultural pride

Tanhaji reviews: Hinduphobic portals go mental as the movie wows the audience with visual grandeur and cultural pride

The historical movie Tanhaji has received positive reviews from most of the movie critics and audience.
Prove secularism by converting to Islam: Leftist website tells Hindus

NOT SATIRE: Hindus must convert to Islam to prove they are ‘secular’, argues article on Leftist website

Liberals have finally abandoned the domain of political disagreement and crossed over into the realm of the insane.
Atul Kochhar

“It was the darkest time of my life”: Chef Atul Kochhar narrates what he and his family had to face after being targeted by Islamist-Leftists

Chef Atul Kochhar says being targeted by Ismalist-Leftists for a tweet was the darkest time of his life
Faiz Ahmad Faiz

Faiz Ahmed Faiz – the poet, the poem, and the new battle

The issue is not whether Faiz or his poetry is anti-Hindu, the issue is that there are new voices that are speaking up and unsettling a narrative that ruled for decades, if not centuries.

Diary of a Delhi Liberal: Our comrades try to beat up Sanghi goons even as fascism rises in India

We are well and truly in the Nazi era now. Our voices are getting suppressed, we are being shut down.

‘Kaafiron se azaadi’: Read what kaafir means and how Allah punishes them, as per Islamic scriptures

In this report, we shall see what the Islamic scriptures say about Kaafirs.

Khilafat 2.0: How Useful Idiots in the media and political parties were fooled by Jamia students associated with the ‘blood brother’ of a banned Radical Islamic outfit

The Jamia protests cannot be disassociated from the violence in Delhi in any manner. There is an insidious design at work here and we have to confront it.

The psychology of ‘Woke Culture’: How bitter individuals weaponise resentment to perpetuate a cancerous narrative

Social Media has revolutionized public discourse but it in doing so, it has also unleashed unbridled chaos.

Kalyan Singh, Class of 92: 6th December, 1992 a matter of National Pride, No Regret, No Repentance, No Grief

Kalyan Singh was the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1992 when the disputed structure was demolished.

Rajaraja Chola I: Conqueror, temple builder and one of the greatest emperors of India

The territory of Rajaraja Chola- I included modern day's Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Sri Lanka and parts of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa. 

United Kingdom: As Labour Party takes anti-India stand, Indian diaspora to campaign for Conservatives in December 2019 elections

The British Indian vote has the ability to decide the outcome of nearly 40 seats in the upcoming elections and could be a gamechanger if they vote en masse for one single party in the UK elections. 

The Left has new enemy: Brahmin Sambar Powder

Nandini Sundar says 'Brahmin Sambar Powder' should be 'banned for promoting casteism'.

All roads lead to Gilgit-Baltistan: The tensions between India and Pakistan and what it could really mean

Gilgit-Baltistan has massive geostrategic significance and India has always maintained that it legally belongs to India.

Let Kamlesh Tiwari’s death not go waste, can we do one of these two things?

After the Kamlesh Tiwari murder, we are angry, we are demanding answers, but the biggest risk is things being forgotten soon.

Tejas Express is the REAL reform: Indian Railways on road to privatisation

This is real reform. And it will pay off just like the lifting of government monopoly on air travel did.
Meenakshi Jain gave an exclusive interview about her views on Ram Janmbhoomi Temple case

All the historical literary evidence point that the Babri Masjid was built on the ruins of Ram Temple: Noted historian Meenakshi Jain speaks to OpIndia

OpIndia Hindi Editor Ajeet Bharti talks to noted author and historian Meenakshi Jain on the Ram Janmabhoomi controversy.

‘Reactionary Right’ versus the ‘Vikas Right’: The churn in the Indian Rightwing and what it represents

Despite objections from certain quarters, the narrative on the rightwing has continued to shift in favour of the Reactionary Right.

Aarey: Environmentalism should be a practical concern, not a religion

By turning this practical concern into a quasi-religious form of bigotry, the left and glamor seeking celebrities are only enhancing the danger to the environment.

A climate change activist wants to ‘eat babies’ because they produce CO2. This is what alarmist theories have achieved

One of Democrat Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's constituents declared during a townhall that we ought to start eating babies to effectively counter climate change.
NRC to be implemented in Bengal too, says HM Amit Shah

Heartburn over NRC is because India has never discussed religious privilege

Would you exchange this bit of extra paperwork burden for 1000 years of oppression that Hindus have faced? I doubt it.

Can a pilot press a wrong button in the panel causing the plane to crash?

Indian Airlines' Flight 605 was a scheduled domestic flight from Mumbai to Bengaluru on 14th February 1990 when it crashed.

Not Shashi Tharoor, Indian Muslims and Islam need an Ambedkar first

It’s not that Islam is all about violence. That will be as unfair as saying Hinduism is all about caste. However, currently, the political and mythological aspects of Islam are prevailing over the philosophical and mystic ones.

Ayushman Bharat: A revolutionary step towards a healthy India

Ayushman Bharat, the flagship scheme of Government of India, was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to achieve Universal Health Coverage.

‘Culture’ as a soft power diplomacy: Transforming India’s global image

In promoting Indian cultural diplomacy, the Modi government has also revitalised its institutional mechanisms to strengthen and foster India’s cultural heritage.

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