Rashmi Samant, president-elect of Oxford Student Union resigns after online attacks over her Hindu roots and old social media posts
An Oxford University staff member dragged Rashmi's parents in the controversy, using their display picture which had Lord Ram's photo.
Firangi lord Rahul Gandhi realises the glory of Hindu festival after witnessing it, makes superb U-turns while making zero sense
After Congress tried to ban Jallikattu for years, today Rahul Gandhi has decided that he likes it. Also the lord Gandhi has been kind enough to allow us brown people to continue their traditional festivities on Pongal.
From the year without summer to Communism and diseases: With the disasters we have endured over centuries, was 2020 really that bad?
For civilisations that have seen the plagues, earthquakes, colonisation and the atrocities of communist rules, the COVID outbreak is a minor ordeal that will soon be overcome.
The Dravidian Movement and the Devadasi Abolition Act: Did a ‘Brahiminical conspiracy’ oppose reforms to the practice as alleged?
The Dravidian movement has long claimed a contribution to the Devadasi Abolition Act. But how true is their claim?
India’s Industrial Heritage: Through Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya’s independent ‘Note’ to the Industrial Commission of 1916
Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya wrote an independent note to the report by the Industrial Commission of 1916.
‘Indians are a beastly people with a beastly religion’: The racism of British ‘hero’ Winston Churchill
A statue of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was vandalised by Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters on Sunday.
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.
BJP MP rakes up the reparations debate, argues discussions must start about how and when the British can start repaying India
Rajeev Chandrasekhar says Britain must start repaying the amount they had plundered from India during colonial rule, which $45 trillion according to one estimate
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.
When India gives a thumping, unprecedented, overwhelming victory to a man who has made every single Indian feel proud of their nation and heritage, the NYT's heartburn is expected.
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