Impossible man: Why Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose cannot be appropriated by any party and what Indians can learn from him
Not just within the Indian political context, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose will make almost anyone uncomfortable
‘China’s world domination is imminent and Europe should wake up to this danger’: Former German spy chief cautions against Beijing
Gerhard Schindler, the former German spy chief, has asked European countries, particularly Germany, to reduce its "strategic dependence" on China
Major Gurdial Singh Jallanwalia was a pioneer in developing surveillance and target acquisition in Indian Artillery after India's independence
“What would be the best way to commit suicide, bullet or cyanide”: Adolf Hitler asked his physician before killing himself in ignominy 75 years...
Adolf Hitler had committed suicide on 30 April, 1945 in his bunker in Berlin to avoid being captured by advancing allied forces
On 45th anniversary of Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention coming into force, India invokes the Wuhan Coronavirus, calls for strengthening WHO
The Biological Weapons Convention came into effect in 1975 and 183 countries are parties to it. The convention calls for prohibition to development, production and stockpiling of biological and toxin weapons.
Behind the propaganda smokescreen of elite liberalism, the Ram vs Durga rhetoric, do we not hear the drumbeat of “Bengaliyat”?
The hacks and compromised academicians would take recourse to five issues to revile the man
A shocking chapter from history