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Kerala state board Class 9 textbook distorts history, claims Abu al-Qasim Al-Zahwari was the ‘Father of Surgery’ instead of Sushrutha

Indian physician Sushrutha, who lived much earlier than Al-Zahwari, is considered to be the 'father of surgery'

Canada to return idol of Hindu Goddess Annapoorna stolen over 100 years ago from India

The idol was stolen from a shrine in Varanasi about a century ago and was kept at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in the University of Regina.

The international links of Indian Communists: How India’s communists betrayed the nation

The Communist Party of India is one of the most controversial political parties in the country. Founded in 1925, CPI is alleged to have been directly involved in several anti-national activities since its inception.

French President Emmanuel Macron, Prince Charles and Netanyahu: Indian ‘Namaste’ becomes the preferred greeting amid coronavirus outbreak

Reportedly, the coronavirus has claimed 30 lives and affected over 1500 people in France. Macron had recently stated the country was taking appropriate measures to deal with the situation.

Islamists and Leftist trolls resort to Hinduphobia, say Hindu festival is celebrated to ‘molest’ women

Leftists ganged up with Islamists to indulge in usual Hinduphobia and bashing of Holi

Jainism making inroads in Japan, thousands of people travel to India to embrace Jainism by taking Deeksha

Thousands of Japanese turn to Jainism, many are readying themselves to take up monkhood.

Chhath Puja in Bihar: Offering gratitude to the Sun God and his energy that makes life on earth possible

Celebrated mainly in Bihar and Jharkhand, Chhath Puja is a four-day-long festival worshipping the Sun God and his two consorts, Usha and Pratyusha.

‘Culture’ as a soft power diplomacy: Transforming India’s global image

In promoting Indian cultural diplomacy, the Modi government has also revitalised its institutional mechanisms to strengthen and foster India’s cultural heritage.

Culture Ministry’s mega plan: Rs 27,000 crores for development of ASI monuments, museums, historical sites including Hampi and Rakhigarhi

The ministry is reportedly exploring technological options for 'authentic reconstruction' of archaeological sites including Indus Valley sites such as Dholavira and Rakhigarhi.

RSS to open school where children will be trained to join the Defence Forces, to be called Rajju Bhaiya Sainik Vidya Mandir

In a first, the nationalist organisation Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) is set to open an Army school in Uttar Pradesh to train children to become officers in the armed forces

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