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Vile campaign to neutralize India in BRICS

India doesn’t deserve the vilification campaign presently rife.  Reports claim India has been a reluctant BRICS traveller; that it blocked Algeria’s entry at France’s request,...

Could it be this Mahatma Gandhi we Indians don’t know?

It always troubled me how a global empire so ruthlessly built as the British did, bowed to the moral powers of Mahatma Gandhi. I...

How the US would counter BRICS’ massive move

If the United States was a plantation owner, he would see a lot of noise around his chateau but would still delude himself that...

What does Modi mean by a journey of next thousand years?

“What we do today could shape our next thousand years.” Indian prime minister Narendra Modi had a grim visage when he said so in Indian...

Niger: Another war theatre between the West & Russia opens up

Niger probably is vague in your mind.  It’s in West Africa, has just undergone a coup, and is facing an invasion this Sunday from ECOWAS...

When, and not if, Poland would enter Ukraine

As soon as Ukraine is over, and it won’t be long, Poland would step in.  Poles don’t intend to fight the Russians —rather they would...

What if Russia now does to France what it did to them? 

History is a cruel bixch.  It wasn't long ago when France was actively involved in “maidan coup” in Ukraine, handing out from biscuits to bombs...

After 370? BJP unsure of next steps it needs to take in J&K

On June 23, 2013, Narendra Modi visited Madhopur in Punjab to visit the place where Shyama Prasad Mukherjee had treaded in 1953, on May...

Dam(n) Kiev regime: All it’s left with is terror acts

A dam (Kakhovka) is breached.  The outflow of water—the dam is as big as the Great Salt Lake in Utah, US—has risen by more than...

US would rejoice, India repent if Modi was to lose 2024 Polls

Nothing would please the United States more than if Narendra Modi was to lose the 2024 General Polls.  Modi has fended off the suffocating pressure...
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