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British empire

Tamil Nadu politician Sebastian Simon mocks Bharat Mata, claims there was no India before British rule, had earlier vowed to beat Hindi speakers

In the past, Seeman has expressed strong support for the terror outfit Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) and its slain chief Velupillai Prabhakaran.

‘Jamiat gave you wrong information’: Congress leader Debabrata Saikia demands apology from Kapil Sibal for claiming that Assam was part of Myanmar

Congress leader Debabrata Saikia demanded an apology from Kapil Sibal for distorting history of Assam

Blood, Islam, and oil: The Saud family’s history of bloody battles with Ottomans, desert warlords, and partnership with the USA to become a global...

On 15th January 1902, Abdulaziz, a direct descendent of Muhammad ibn Saud, accompanied by only 40 followers – mostly his blood relatives, half-brothers, cousins, and Kingsman – scaled the walls of Riyadh’s citadel to capture the city garrison, known as the Masmak Fortress.

This day in history: The violent saga of Vellore Mutiny, when hundreds of Indian soldiers rebelled against the East India Company

Vellore Mutiny unfolded 51 years before 'The First War of Independence 1857'. Around 200 British soldiers were killed in this brief but fierce battle.

MK Gandhi is not above criticism, questioning him shouldn’t be blasphemy

Criticising MK Gandhi's decisions does not make one a 'Godse bhakt', one can criticise Gandhi and not condone actions by Godse of murdering someone - that is what rationality is, something Indian 'liberals' refuse to see.

‘Most severe policy-induced mortality crisis in human history’: New Research shows British colonialism killed 100 million Indians in 40 years

During the height of British colonialism, around 100 million individuals died before their natural age in India.

British ‘empire’ to shrink further: After Barbados, more Caribbean countries plan to become republics amid rising anti-monarchy protests

After Barbados became a republic, it had domino effect in other Caribbean countries with demands to ditch the British monarchy

British Journalist tries to shame India over ‘aid’ for not towing UK’s line on Ukraine issue, gets reminded of his country’s dark colonial history

Netizens slam British journalist Alastair Stewart for trying to shame India for abstaining from vote against Russia in UN

How the British tortured and brutalized Indian women, threw them into sexual slavery

A book written by Elizabeth W. Andrew and Katharine C. Bushnell in 1898 uncovers a tragic truth of British rule in India.

Remembering June 3 – The day when Indian National Congress lost large swathes of land to Pakistan

Under this Plan, the British would immediately transfer power to two successor authorities — the Congress and the Muslim League and the plan envisaged dividing India into two dominions on a territorial-cum-communal basis. The idea of Mountbatten was to divide India but to retain maximum unity.

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