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The quest for Bhartiya Asmita and the war against imperialist narrative

The imperial narrative and the imperial hegemony are inseparable. For the colonialist hungry for regime changes, it is essential to establish a 'supremacist' and 'saviour' narrative.

The Brown Sepoys of Indian Media

Such toxic hatred is not new for Nupur Sharma, or indeed, for any of us who take the ‘nationalist’ point of view.

No, freedom fighters from a century ago and Maoists aren’t the same

Their goal is to make heroes out of Naxals and to normalize violence in the name of democratic rights.

Dadabhai Naoroji: One of the founders of Congress and an Indian voice that reverberated in British parliament

Dadabhai has been in many ways the first Indian voice which found an audience in the British society.

Karan Thapar’s book is a well timed means to revive the Lutyens’ media from its creaking future

This book needs to be recognised as a means for the Lutyens' media to reclaim what they have lost in recent times.

The Royal Indian Navy Mutiny of 1946 and the Congress betrayal

It was only in 2001, that the uprising was commemorated with a statue in Colaba

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