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The face of our ‘liberals’: They wept for Christchurch and rightly so, but where is the outrage on Sri Lanka?

The bomb blasts in Sri Lanka which have killed over 200 people are markedly different from Christchurch shooting of only a month ago.

Thousands gather for the foundation stone-laying ceremony for Abu Dhabi’s first Hindu temple

The seven emirates of the UAE would be represented by the seven towers of the temple in Abu Dhabi

The history of the Anglican Church that everybody should know

A few months ago the Church of South India’s Bishop Thomas K Oommen wrote a scathing letter about the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) rule and claimed that life is “miserable” under the NDA rule.

Notre Dame deserves to be mourned, but spare a thought for India’s own temples that bore the onslaught of invaders

When a historical monument is harmed, it is not just the damage to the structure, but a massive blow to the culture, heritage and sometimes to even the civilization.

India’s ‘Constantine moment’: Our choice now will decide the fate of our civilisation

While everyone knows about the persecution of Christians between 200-400 CE (mainly), few know about the violent suppression of the “pagan” gods in the 15 or so centuries thereafter. This is why no one even bothers to ask “why were no temples to Apollo, Jupiter, or Athena built in the last millennium?”

Here is what RVS Mani, bureaucrat of Congress era, has to say about Hemant Karkare and his involvement in ‘Saffron terror’ narrative

With reference to Hemant Karkare, RVS Mani makes some startling revelations in his book.
Saffron Swords book

Saffron Swords – a book that exposes the lie peddled by Marxist historians that Hindus didn’t have courage

Stories of wars between Hindu warriors and invaders were subverted earlier. A new book re-tells these stories in an Indic way.

The history of the Notre Dame: From a Pagan Temple to Gothic Cathedral

In a tragic event, the historic medieval Cathedral in Paris, Notre Dame, was ravaged by fire recently that caused colossal damage to the structure.

Ayodhya Dispute: Feasibility of mediation around religious conundrums

It would be ignorant and offensive to deny that the dispute revolves around faith and dignity of faith for all the parties involved matter equally.

Operation Meghdoot on the Baisakhi in 1984 : A tale of valour of Indian Armed Forces at Siachen Glacier

In the year 1699 on the day of Baisakhi, the tenth Guru of Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh had formed the Khalsa Panth of warriors to protect the people from religious persecution by Muslim rulers.
Protests after Sabarimala verdict

BJP Manifesto promises to secure and protect faith, traditions and rituals related to Sabarimala

BJP promises to secure constitutional protection on issues related to faith and belief in its manifesto

The ‘healing touch’ and Gandhis’ own country: As angels from heaven spread their healing touch, heathens tried to spread canards

Such kindness, such simplicity, and genuine compassion are absolutely rare in an age of media props and PR stunts.

What is Holi? ‘Liberals Of Delhi’ explain

While ruling India, Akbar introduced Indians to education, to cooking, to architecture, but also unfortunately to Holi.

Bengaluru: Art exhibition titled ‘Nude with Mangalsutra’ draws severe criticism, complaint lodged against organisers

The controversial art exhibition titled ‘Nude with Mangalsutra’ was scheduled to be held from March 22-31 at the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath in Bengaluru.

‘Borrowing from ISIS playbook’: Into the mind of the Christchurch terrorist

In a terrible terrorist attack in New Zealand, two terrorists opened fire at two mosques which resulted in the death of at least 49 people thus far and injured many others. The mass shootings took place at the Al Noor Mosque next to Hagley Park and another at the Linwood Mosque in the suburb of Linwood.
Nehru Gandhi family celebrates birthday in aeroplane

A Pulitzer Prize winning report on Priyanka Gandhi’s aeroplane trip by Mausambi Singh

Priyanka Gandhi took an IndiGo flight from Delhi to Lucknow, and it was a flight to remember.
Priyanka Vadra and Rahul Gandhi

Priyanka and Rahul are so divine, we don’t deserve them

Priyanka and Rahul Gandhi will be youth icons even in their fifties, they will be 'kickstarting' more campaigns than Sriharikota launches satellites and will continue to brighten our days with brilliantly chosen clothes and flashing smiles with mesmerising dimples.

Shivam Chaudhary’s ‘Why To Vote For Rahul Gandhi?’ gives an insight into the contribution of the Congress President

The author carried our research on the work carried out by Rahul Gandhi to help make readers make an informed decision

BJP holds a top level meeting on job creation – leaked transcript

Sources reveal that a top-level BJP meeting held a few months back to discuss the impact of media narrative of ‘no jobs’ and find ways to counter it despite data showing that the Modi government creating almost 15 million jobs every year

Here is why Muslim petitioners won’t budge on Ayodhya dispute

Most believe that the Supreme Court-mandated mediation process in the Ayodhya dispute has little chance of succeeding.
Here are the 5 mind numbingly stupid things that Left-Liberals say

Here are the 5 mind-numbingly stupid things that Left-Liberals say

Left-Liberals say the darndest things and the list is endless, however, here are 5 mind-numbingly stupid things they say

Getting lost and finding oneself at Kumbh

So much has been written and talked about Kumbh and yet it seems so little
Narendra Modi Censored book by author Ashok Shrivastav

‘Sweets were distributed in DD News office when US denied visa to Narendra Modi’

Doordarshan anchor and journalist Ashok Shrivastav has revealed many shocking details in his book ‘Narendra Modi Censored’.

Khajuraho, Islamic invaders and Mahatma Gandhi

One thing which strikes you about Khajuraho is extreme Islamic vandalism it has suffered.

Prime Minister Modi and the Hindu symbolism behind the air strikes against Pakistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a Shakti Upasaka, like the great Chhatrapati Maharaj and under current circumstances, every move he makes assumes a greater significance.
Congress and Magic Mushrooms

Not just Rahul Gandhi’s leadership, Congress also believes in magic mushrooms that can make you fair

Considering that PM Modi began using the diamond facials after he assumed office. The total cost of facials for the entire term should be Rs 146 billion. Wonder how many Rafales could that have bought.

The World and Hinduism: 33 stamps that depict the glorious roots of Hinduism, while we dabble in ‘secularism’

Stamps present just the opportunity to showcase the glorious heritage of Hinduism

Twisted Threads: A brilliant work of satire by Bhavesh Kansara that is bound to leave readers LLRC

A sharp, witty and brilliant satire on today's politics in India, Kansara's book is a must-read.

Madhya Pradesh: Muslim man defying all odds marries a transgender women on Valentine’s Day

The two tied the knot in a Hindu ceremony in a temple on February 14 and also plan a nikaah as per Muslim traditions.

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