Pakistan is already as parched as Ethiopia
If India was to impede the Indus River, Pakistan’s lifeline of irrigation canals will run dry and its agriculture-based economy would be over.
The Kashmir which is hidden from us
The “spin doctors” in media houses of Kashmir and New Delhi are shaping the perception of alienation of Kashmiri youth from India. It’s time such “perception managers” are exposed.
Why Mamata ignored martyrs
A piece in Swarajya magazine highl
Minimal evidence of "Ashoka The Great"
NewsBred publishes an extract from “The Ocean of Churn” by Sanjeev Sanyal, released last month, which turns upside down the legacy of “Ashoka the Great”)
Sisodia has no plan to cut short his trip
You and I, the common man of this country, must reflect on the crossfire Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) finds itself on the health issues of the Capital and wonder if
Charuasia and Gupta: Victim of AAP fury
A spate of incidents of the last few days involving Aaam Aadmi Party (AAP) and its leader Arvind Kejriwal against media deserve your attention.
Vedas solves issues which only now world is discovering
Colonialist historians appropriated Indian past for their own purposes. What they left for us was a mutilated version of Indian past.
Guha and his improper HT piece on Modi
Ramachandra Guha in his OpEd piece in Hindustan Times today (September 11, 2016) shows his disgust on the “Jio” advertisement of Reliance which uses the imag
BJP wants Express to apologize for misreporting PM
They offer "regret" to Arun Jaitley. BJP asks them to "apologize." Law Commission pulls them up. But why Indian Express won't mend its ways.
Dr Subhash Kak (right) is Renaissance Man of Vedic sciences
(Dr. Subhash Kak is a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.