Pakistan: ‘Gender Jihad’ activist who had posed in ‘bold dressing’ in front of MA Jinnah’s portrait in Islamabad arrested
Earlier this month, photos of 'Gender Jihad' activists in 'bold attire' in front of Jinnah's portrait along the Islamabad expressway had raised the hackles of Pakistani social media users
Partition Horrors Remembrance Day: Why it is important to understand what caused them, Islamism and the Two-Nation Theory inherent in it
The Direction Action Day, and the Partition Riots that followed a year later, marks one of the darkest phases of modern India.
Under this Plan, the British would immediately transfer power to two successor authorities — the Congress and the Muslim League and the plan envisaged dividing India into two dominions on a territorial-cum-communal basis. The idea of Mountbatten was to divide India but to retain maximum unity.
‘Jinnah did everything that is banned in Islam’: Images of alcoholic drink ‘Ginnah’ named after Pakistan founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah go viral
A photo of a gin bottle 'Ginnah', eponymously named after Pakistan's founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah, has gone viral on social media websites
“They allowed only Rohingyas into old Hyderabad, not development”: BJP MP Tejasvi Surya hits out on Owaisi brothers
BJP MP Tejasvi Surya likened AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi to the founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah ahead of the GHMC polls in Hyderabad
Jinnah’s ideology: Prof Brij Narain, a strong supporter of Pakistan’s creation, was hacked to death by an Islamist mob in Lahore in 1947
Prof Brij Narain, an enthusiastic exponent of Pakistan, was hacked to death in broad daylight by a Muslim mob even as he kept pleading them to stop ransacking his house in Lahore in the wake of partition .
Delusional and wrong every single time: Meet William Dalrymple, Leftist ‘historian’ who promotes ‘Ganga Jamuni Tehzeeb’ with missionary zeal
William Dalrymple is being credited for convincing Bloomsbury India to withdraw the book on the Delhi Riots.
Seventy years after Jogendra Nath Mandal decided to return from Pakistan over atrocities on Hindus, his prophecies have come true
Jogendra Nath Mandal was appointed as a minister in the first Pakistan govt, but later he had returned to India
The Communist Party of India (CPI) was one such organisation that left an obtrusive footprint upon the history of the mass independence movement, for reasons good and bad, significantly, for betrayal during Direct Action Day
The first Prime Minister of independent India Jawaharlal Nehru believed that all Indian Muslims are descendants of Hindus.