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Amit Shah slammed those opposing govt's decision to strip Article 370, said it has been the root cause behind corruption and terrorism in the state

‘If a war is necessary to protect a woman’s honour, it must be fought’: Home Minister Amit Shah

Home Minister Amit Shah made the statement at the fifth International Ramayana Festival.

On the third anniversary of the Uri attack, it is important that we place it in its proper civilizational context

On the 18th of September, 2016, terrorists sponsored by Pakistan would attack an Indian Army Brigade Headquarters in Uri which would lead India and Pakistan down a path that leads us to where we are today.
Uttarakhand to make Sanskrit the mandatory second language in schools

Uttarakhand to make Sanskrit a mandatory subject in all schools from class 3 to 8

Sanskrit is the second official language of the state and according to the government, the step will help promote the language's popularity.
Exhibits on display during an exhibition on “National Unity through Monuments” organised on the occasion of the 69th birthday of Prime Minister

Photographs of PoK monuments displayed at ‘National Unity through Monuments’ exhibition organised on PM Modi’s 69th birthday

The photographs of the Shankracharya temple overlooking the Dal lake in Kashmir, the Raghunath Temple built by the first Dogra ruler Maharaja Ghulab Singh in 1835, now in PoK were displayed in the exhibition.

My home by the Jhelum: Story of a Kashmiri Hindu who, along with his family was attacked and thrown out of Kashmir by Islamists

As a Kashmiri Hindu, it is all the more important to retell our stories now when there is a malicious and perverse attack to erase and distort our history and rewrite it to project the Muslim atrocities as a freedom struggle and not as an Islamist jihadi movement

Hindi is a beautiful language, as is Tamil, Kannada etc: ‘Imposition’ narrative must be quashed and Sanskrit used for national integration

On the occasion of Hindi Diwas yesterday, the usual suspects proceeded to create the usual noise about alleged Hindi Imposition.

‘These are the women we need to empower,’ Rahul Gandhi on Woman who danced weirdly in honour of DK Shivakumar

The woman broke into a fit of dancing on the streets that was rarer than the sighting of Halley's comet.

NPR’s silence over their producer’s bigotry shows that Radical Islam is the dominant partner in the Left-Radical Islam alliance

Producer at National Public Radio (NPR), Furkhan Khan, sparked an outrage on Twitter on Tuesday after she made deeply Hinduphobic comments on the social media platform.

9/11 1893 and 2001: Here is why Swami Vivekananda must be read by followers of all religions, especially Islam

While in 1893, Swami Vivekananda went to Chicago with a rousing speech of peace, harmony and pride, on 9th September 2001, terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda against the United States killed more than 3000 people and injured over 6000 people.

Hinduism in the World of Digital Art: A genre marked by the lack of Hindu Aesthetics

While the artists are extremely talented, their works of art often fail to capture the essence of the Gods they aim to portray.

India: A land with Hindu consciousness, which will forever be a natural home for Hindus

While the Left detested the idea of law finally being honest enough to give citizenship to persecuted minorities from neighbouring Islamic nations, the non-Left rejoiced the decision as one that rights a historic wrong.
Culture ministry's Rs 27,000 crore plan for revamping mega ASI sites and promote Indic arts and crafts

Culture Ministry’s mega plan: Rs 27,000 crores for development of ASI monuments, museums, historical sites including Hampi and Rakhigarhi

The ministry is reportedly exploring technological options for 'authentic reconstruction' of archaeological sites including Indus Valley sites such as Dholavira and Rakhigarhi.

No ‘Aryan Gene’ in Rakhigarhi skeletons, Indus Valley population largest source of ancestry for South Asians: Study

The study involved the inspection of DNA samples of the skeletons found in Rakhigarhi, an Indus Valley Civilisation (IVC) site in Haryana.

The Curse of Gandhari: Author Aditi Banerjee tells why Gandhari is her favourite queen

"The Curse of Gandhari" author Aditi Banerjee says she finds Gandhari as one of the most inspirational and unforgettable characters.

Delhi Ka Maharaja: Read how this Ganesh Seva Mandal in Delhi carries forward the legacy of Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Mahendra Ladda, who originally hails from Latur, Maharashtra, but has made Delhi his home, has used 'Jal Hi Jeevan Hai' theme for the 'Delhi Ka Maharaja', 18th Ganesh Mahotsav in the national capital organised by Ganesh Seva Mandal.
Nuakhai is celebrated in Odisha on Bhadrapada Shukla Panchami to thank Mother Nature and the ancestors for a bountiful harvest

Nuakhai: Odisha’s ancient harvest festival celebrates the season’s first grains, ancestors and Mother Nature

Nuakhai is one of the most ancient festivals celebrated in Odisha to mark the season's first harvest.

China offers to treat Timatar Reporter at one of their ‘reeducation camps’ after his latest rant

The 'Tauba Tauba' journalist is back again, this time with a rant on Kashmir.
Swachh Bharat activist Temsutula Imsong, Mizoram's fashion entrepreneurs from Vakiria and many others receive the Devi Awards

Swachh Bharat activist Temsutula Imsong receives the Devi Award for innovation and dynamism

Apart from Temsutula, educationist Parmita Sharma, dancer Alokananda Roy, fashion entrepreneurs Laldinsangi, Lalsangzeli and Lalrinpuii of Mizoram also received the Devi Awards.

‘This is why aliens won’t talk to us,’ Elon Musk on Congress party’s tweet that has left the world puzzled

The Congress party issued a statement on Twitter recently that could only be described as utterly bewildering.

Shiv Aroor on India’s Most Fearless 2: They practised unquestioning loyalty to their units and men, and when it came to it, placed the mission above their lives

‘India’s Most Fearless 2: More Military Stories of Unimaginable Courage and Sacrifice’  has been written by Shiv Aroor and Rahul Singh, Penguin Ebury Press, 2019.

The other side of Mother Teresa: The not so pious history of the Catholic Church’s saint

Mother Teresa was a friend of dictators, her clinics were in a state of utter decrepit and the 'miracles' performed in her name were not so miraculous after all.
Vikram Sampath, Savarkar interview

Historians need to reevaluate our freedom struggle: Vikram Sampath talks about Congress being a British creation, Savarkar and more

An interview with Vikram Sampath, the author of the book, 'Savarkar: Echoes of a Forgotten Past'.

After the abrogation of Article 370, I remembered Iqbal, the beautiful shawl I bought, and his smiling face

I left that exhibition with a heavy heart and with many unanswered questions in my mind.

Why Indians need to see more of the country they live in

Prime Minister Modi wants us to make at least 15 travels within India by 2022 when India would be a young 75.
Modern Indian minds are still enslaved under the colonial thought process

Bharat, Dharma and the law: Colonial enslavement of the ‘modern’ Indian minds

The typical 'modern' Indian mind still seeks validation on benchmarks set by the erstwhile colonial master, which it has internalized so deep within its consciousness that it has come to accept them as not just the normal but also the ideal.
VHP says that it has brought 25,000 people back into the Hindu faith in 2018

As India celebrates its seven decades of freedom, it needs a movement for cultural independence

India is a civilisational country. The common thread connecting all the citizens of the country is its civilisation values, which is often manifested with the 'Hindu' value system.

India became a nation in 1947, but ceased to be a civilisation: 12 civilisational characteristics that India needs to achieve

This August 15th, let us resolve to work together to rebuild our civilization, together.

The attack on Hinduism has uncanny resemblance to Christian annihilation of Paganism – A review of ‘The Darkening Age’

The current attack on Hinduism has uncanny resemblance to Christian Annihilation of Paganism

The mystery of the DMT: The ‘Spirit Molecule’ that purportedly transports humans to another realm

People report seeing aliens and angels and Gods under the influence of DMT.
Dhinchak Pooja's new song in YouTube has taken social media by storm

Dhinchak Pooja is back with another musical masterpiece, ‘Naach ke pagal ho jao’ takes YouTube by storm

Dhinchak Pooja's song is full of deep philosophy and serious advice for the general public. The lyrics ask viewers to dance like mad and go mad dancing.

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