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Nehru & his “Himalayan blunders”

Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, Hindu Civil Code, India’s China War, Pak Raiders in Kashmir, Maharaja Hari Singh, Sheikh Abdullah, Sardar Patel, Sam Manekshaw, Lord Mountbatten, Srinagar, United Nations, Azad Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, Neville Maxwell, Henderson-Bhagat report, Britain, Pakistan, Nepal, China, McMahon, NEFA, Tibet, Simla Conference, Aksai Chin, Ladakh border

Nehru fell into Mountbatten's trap

Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru (the title of Pandit is a little incongruous for a sworn secularist) passed away on this day (May 27), 54 years ago in 1964.

No shred of evidence, yet Russia is guilty

Bible, Russians, Britain, Scots, Welsh, Irish, Dickens, Malaya, Nayasaland, Harrod’s, cricket, Russophobic, Mark Zuckerburg, Cambridge Analytica, Saddam Hussain, Boris Johnson, Putin, Hitler, Brexit, Kremlin, Skripal, Lisbon

Putin is guilty till proven unguilty

By Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Great Navy Mutiny and Congress betrayal

Navy Day, Royal Indian Navy Mutiny of 1946, Britain, India, Clement Attlee, Salman rushdie, The Moor’s Last Sigh, World War II, Indian National Army, Subhas Chandra Bose, HMIS Talwar, CO King, NCSC, Indian National Congress, Muslim League, Communist Party of India, BC Dutt, Jinnah, Madan Singh, Mutiny of the Innocent, Gateway of India

Mutiny of the innocents and their killings

While India celebrates its Navy Day (December 4), let’s do a remembrance to The Royal Indian Navy (RIN) Mutiny of 1946 which left colonial masters Britain wi

Why Muslims owe a lot to Sardar Patel

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Mahatma Gandhi, India, Indira Gandhi, Emergency, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, Romila thapar, Somnath Temple, Haj Committee Act, NCERT, Ramachandra Guha, Jinnah, Syed Ahmad, Subhas Bose, Taj Mahal, Tipu Sultan, Bharat Ratna, The Hindu, NDTV, Bismarck, BJP, Rajmohan Gandhi, Permit system, Evacuee Property Law, Kashmir, Muslims, Christians, KM Munshi, Purushottam Das Tandon, Congress, Khurshid Alam Khan, Red Fort, Nizamuddin Auliya, Pathway to Pakistan, Choudhary Khaliquzzaman, Ram, Babri Ma

Sardar Patel: Did he really have anti-Muslim bias?

This is the centenary of the year when Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel first met Mahatma Gandhi and India got its unifier as we know the nation today.

India’s "Second Independence": the real deal

India, Second Independence, BJP, 2019 General Elections, TINA, bhakt, saffron-brigade, Left, Bengal, Licence Raj, Goonda, Mafia, real-estate barons, Air India, benami properties, Britain, Anglo-Saxons, United States, CIA, imperialist, NGOs, Human Right Groups, Sanjeev Sanyal, Hindol Sengupta, Subhash Kak, Rajeev Malhotra, Delhi Sultanate, Mughals, British rule, socialist Congress, Orientalists, North-South Divide, Aryan-Dravidian divide, Aryan invasion theory, Vedas, Sanskrit, Narendra Modi, Hinduism

Young India Rising: The Second Independence

We are entering into a stretch of political landscape which could simply be termed as the “Second Independence” of India in coming years.

BREXIT: Why it may still not come about

European Union, Soros, Bank of England, Central Bank of Europe, Federal Reserve, Bank of Japan, Pound Sterling, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Britain, NATO, Washington, Middle East, Brexit

Brexit battle is far from over

The exit of Britain from European Union may still not come about despite the popular people’s vote against the continuation of it. 

Who are the Masters of Mankind?

Masters of Mankind, Adam Smith, Trans Pacific Partnership, TPP, Stalinist, European Union, Latin America, IMF, Violent Politics, American Revolution, France, Brussels bureaucracy, EuropaNova, United States, George Washington, William Polk, France, Bush Administration, Iraq War and Turkey,Paul Wolfowitz, China, American hegemony, American decline, Global War on Terror, Patrick Tyler, IndoChina, Bernard Fall, Ronald Reagan, Central America, John F. Kennedy, South Vietnam, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Preside

Chomsky: Putting his mind to the matter

Adam Smith talked of “Masters of Mankind” in the 18th century. Do such tribes still rule the world or the power has shifted hands?

Syria saved; it’s Libya now

Moscow, Syria, Putin, Libya, West, Islamist, ISIS, National Accord, Tripoli, Libya Dawn, al-Qaeda, jihadists, UN, Tobruk, General Aftar, Russia, Qaddafi, Obama, Britain, France, Middle East, European Union,  Arab Spring, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt

Putin: Foiling West's designs in Middle East

After imposing Moscow’s will on the situation in Syria, Putin is moving on to Libya.

Indian media on Isa’s visa from now on

Dolkun Isa, Indian parliament, Maoists, Naxalites, UN, Azhar terrorist, Interpol, Obama, Melinda Gates, European Union, Gandhi, Britain, Gawadar, Dalai Lama, Hurriyat, New York Times, The Wire, Middle East, energy, BRICS, SCO, Modi government, World Uyghur Congress, Xinjiang, dharamshala, Washington-based NGO Initiatives for China, Yang Jianli

Who’s doing the PR for Dolkun Isa?

Be ready to see from tomorrow our newspapers painted red with India’s “freedom” brigade outraged at the denial of visa to Dolkun Isa.

Brussels attack: Who will expose West’s role?

Terrorist attacks in Brussels, European Union, NATO, EU, Patrick Cockburn, Paris attacks, Libya, David Cameron, Nicolas Sarkozy, Gaddafi, Al-Qaeda, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, salafi-jihadi, Syria, Britain, France, US, Russia, Gulf monarchies, Salah Abdeslam, ISIS

A Brussels victim being helped: Pic courtesy New Statesman

The Brussels attack, horrific that it is, still sweeps under the carpet the role West has played in bringing terror on its door. Media, as ever, would like to keep the people dumb.