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Subhas Chandra Bose’s struggle within Congress was a statement against the highly personalised high-command structure and dictatorial grip of Gandhi-Nehru

Stifled and crippled as a notional president of the Congress party, Subhas Bose had resigned within a year

Partition imposed on minorities of Pakistan, temples, churches, gurdwaras vandalised: Here is what Modi said

PM Modi asked the public not to be misled by the Congress, which he said had promised relief to persecuted minorities but had never done anything for them. 

Read Indira Gandhi’s letter referring to Veer Savarkar as ‘remarkable son of India’

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.

They may throw ink on Savarkar’s statue, but it is the Congress who has a tainted face

While top Congres leaders spent their so-called jail terms in posh guest houses, Savarkar was subjected to inhuman atrocities in Andaman.

In 2012, UPA government had declared that ‘Father of the Nation’ title cannot be accorded to Mahatma Gandhi

UPA government in 2012 had clarified that there are no records in the government archives that declare Gandhi as the 'Father of the Nation'.

How Nehru led to agrarian distress and what could be the way forward for inclusive growth

Nehruvian model of capital intensive growth had a similar effect on the rural populace of India as Mao’s Great_Leap_Forward had on China’s rural inhabitants

BJP plans a 100-feet statue of Dalit icon Uda Devi who fought against the British in 1857

BJP has announced construction of a 100-feet tall statue in Uttar Pradesh of Uda Devi, a Dalit freedom fighter, who fought in the Indian War for Independence in 1857.

Hindus first lose lives and then, the narrative

First you lose lives; then you lose the memory of these lives and instead of outrage are left with guilt.

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.

Long before the Quit India Movement, the Ghadar Party united against the British

Long before Gandhi's call for Independence, Ghadar movement mobilized Indians around the world to unite against the British

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