Sardar Patel

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

 RSS, BJP, tricolour, saffron, national flag, Pt. Nehru, Emergency, Hamid Ansari, The Hindu, Neera Chandhoke, Congress, Constitution, United Nations, triple talaq, Ambedkar, EV Ramaswamy, Muslim League, Communists, Picasso, Sardar Patel, Abdul Kalam Azad,  S.K. Bole, BR Ambedkar, Hindu Mahasabha, French Revolution, American Revolution, shakhas, Chandragupta Maurya, Harshvardhan, Krishnadev Reya, Babbar, Aurangzeb, Hamid Ansari, Brahma Chellany

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.

Soz now has Sardar Patel on target; and Congress is silent

Saifuddin Soz, Congress, Arun Shourie, Kashmir, Jairam Ramesh, Manmohan Singh, PC Chidambaram, Furzical Strikes, Sardar Patel, Hyderabad, ISI, Pakistan

Saifuddin Soz: licence to hurt millions of Indians

Controversial Congress leader Saifuddin Soz launched his book in the Capital on Monday.

Digvijay is only a continuation; it began with Savarkar

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Savarkar was also dragged into Gandhi murder

Congress leader Digvijay Singh’s attempt to create the bogey of Hindu terrorism and dragging Rashtr

Nehru & his “Himalayan blunders”

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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.