Freedom movement in India
5 years ago, The Week published an article insulting, mocking, lying about Veer Savarkar, today they apologise: Read full details
After a lawsuit filed by Veer Sarvarkar's grand nephew, The Week apologises for a article on Sarvarkar published in 2016
‘Body remained suspended for an hour until life was ascertained to be extinct’: death certificate of Bhagat Singh surfaces on Shaheed Diwas
Until 2018, India did not have any traces of the death certificate of Bhagat Singh as it was all lying in Pakistan's custody
Bollywood: Left trolls attack actor Ranvir Shorey for telling ‘dimwits’ to stop equating a democratically elected govt to the British
One Aqeel Khan tweeted to Ranvir Shorey saying, "If BJP loses, then, this transgender won't be seen anywhere."
21 October 1943: Netaji Subhash had formed the Azad Hind Government, India’s ‘declaration of independence’
On October 21, 1943, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose announced the formation of the 'Arzi Hukumat-e-Azad Hind' or the provincial government of free India in Singapore and had declared war on the British Empire.
Bina Das, Pritilata and Kalpana Dutta: Three valiant women from Bengal who fought for independence from the British
This article takes a brief look at three such women from Bengal who had taken direct part in India's fight for freedom.
Ashfaqullah Khan without hesitation laments about how his paternal ancestors kept out of the struggle against the British, luxuriating in their laziness.
One Hundred Years of the end of ‘Khilafat’: How the Gandhi supported movement unleashed the beast of Islamic fanaticism
The Khilafat movement propelled the religious-national sentiments among Indian Muslims who until then largely stayed away from the mainstream political activity.
In a letter dated May 30, 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had written a letter to Pandit Bakhle, then secretary of Swatantrayaveer Savarkar Rashtriya Smarak, hailing Savarkar's contribution to the freedom struggle.
Nehru did not learn ‘Tyaag’ from Gandhi, Shastri did: Film maker Vivek Agnihotri pays tribute to Lal Bahadur Shastri on his birth anniversary
As Shastri deviated from Nehruvian ideology, the media, people and intellectuals, who were patronised by Nehru and became the beneficiaries of the seeping corruption, called Shastri's call for 'Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan' a political gimmick, writes Vivek Agnihotri.
British PM Theresa May expresses deep regrets for Jallianwala Bagh massacre, says it is a despicable scar on the British Indian history
General Dyer ordered his troops to open fire at the people gathered to celebrate Baisakhi on April 13, 1919
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