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Yogendra Yadav hits a new low with his lies

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Yadav: false history

Yogendra Yadav has the cultivated voice of an actor who is dressed up in a kurta-pyjama, made distinctive by his non-use of politicians’ whites.

Hindus first lose lives; and then the narrative

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A black day which singed Hindus

Every Independence Day fills me with sadness and anger.

Spare us your history lessons, Dalai Lama

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Dalai Lama: spare us your history lessons

It’s such a humbug from the 14th

Be bored but don’t ignore such leeches in your newspapers

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RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat hoisting national flag

I might bore you, I am bored myself, but persist we must for the creeps are not giving up.

Great Navy Mutiny and Congress betrayal

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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

Folly of equating Vande Mataram with religion

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Which Indian doesn't have tears in eyes on Rahman's Vande Mataram?

The Partition divided India. Jinnah went away as soon as he made Pakistan. But the poison remained in Free India.

Bankim Chandra and Vande Mataram

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Bankim Chandra's Vande Mataram: A political fallout

Just two words—Vande Mataram—by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, who has his 179th birth anniversary (June 26, 1838) this Monday, tells a lot a