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Nightmare of Nehruism – a ‘tribute’ to Jawahar Lal Nehru by Sita Ram Goel

Excerpts from the book "How I became a Hindu" by Sita Ram Goel in which he talks about how he felt about independent India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Nehruism.

Marxist historians like Romila Thapar did present a ‘rose tinted’ version of Hindu-Muslim unity in Nehruvian textbooks: William Dalrymple admits

William Dalrymple said that history books written in the 1950s left sufficient room for questioning their authenticity. 

Amit Shah at 55: A man whose historic political journey was full of tough decisions and the inevitable successor to PM Modi

Amit Shah over the years has emerged as Narendra Modi's most trusted lieutenant.

The Rebel and The King: The similarities and fundamental differences between Narendra Modi and Donald Trump

All the similarities and fundamental differences between Donald Trump and Narendra Modi can be summed up under the paradigm of The Rebel and The King.

Will the Indian State push Hindus to react like Muslims to have their religious sentiments and interests be protected?

Historically, the Indian State has treated Muslims as a special class and continues to treat them as such.

Remaking the idea of India: My suggestions for the “right”

The elections may be over, but we have to seize the moment and run with it as fast as possible, get a big lead when the other side is still in the dust and struggling to get up

How Rani of Jhansi escaped the Nehruvian hammer of oblivion

Rani of Jhansi herself was a subject of great attention by the Colonial authors, historians and missionaries.

Tharoor’s defence of janeu dhaari, tilak brandishing Rahul is… well, Rahul (the adjective it has come to be)

Dear Shashi Tharoor, you come across as a person 'suffering' from sesquipedalianism, whose words are devoid of any actual comprehensible meaning when it is tried to be put in context

The stark similarity between Abrahamic faiths and fundamental secularism practiced by Nehruvians

Can secularism be a candidate for a religion? And, can the faith in secularism be a candidate for a Faith in a religion?

Latest News

The spin around Vikas Dubey encounter reminds about the police-raid against Mohammad Shahabuddin in Siwan

While people are saying “dead men tell no story” after Vikas Dubey encounter, Md Shahabuddin narrated no tales even after jailed for years

“I feel free after ages. This is an end to the era of terror”, says Lallan Vajpayee who was on the hit-list of slain...

Vikas Dubey had multiple attempts to kill Lallan Vajpayee in the party, Vajpayee celebrates the death of Dubey in Police encounter

Journalist shares image of a Pakistani cannibal who ate a baby as ‘RAW agent captured in Nepal’

The photo of a RAW agent supposedly arrested in Nepal is actually photo of a Pakistani cannibal who was convicted of eating children

NIA names 6 ISIS terrorists in the charge-sheet filed in the murder case of Tamil Nadu cop SSI Wilson

6 terrorists charge sheeted by NIA in the case of murder of SSI Wilson in January 2020 in Tamil Nadu

Chinese app ban: Govt sends 70 questions to concerned firms, gives 3 weeks to respond

The response of the firms will be evaluated by a high-level panel and any discrepency may lead to a permeant ban.

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The curious case of ‘Drone Boy’ who has made 600 drones using broken mixer grinders and televisions. A fact-check

While 'drone boy' Prathap NM has claimed to have made 600 drones using e-waste, not a single photo or video of them exist

Netizens ask Netflix to cancel comedian Kenny Sebastian’s special show after he hurls obscene abuses

Social media users are demanding that Netflix reconsiders special show of Indian comic Kenny Sebastian after he was allegedly found hurling obscene abuses to people on his Instagram page.

Jyoti Basu is the mass murderer India forgot

Please don’t feel bad about speaking ill of the Late Jyoti Basu. If there is another world, be certain that there are (at least) 28,000 voices from the other side backing you up.

Only Muslims go to heaven, Ravish Kumar-like non-Muslims can only hope for a mild level of hell: Dr Zakir Naik explains

Naik said that virtues like honesty and charity cannot ensure qualifying marks for heaven or Jannah. Only Muslims can go to heaven and non-Muslims will go to hell by default, he says.

After obscene comments, clip of comedian Kenneth Sebastian calling Sanskrit ‘most useless language ever’ goes viral. Watch video

In the video titled "Journey to the centre of my brain", Sebastian is seen thanking God because 'all the people who spoke Sanskrit are dead'.

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