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It’s only logical we nominate a National Betrayal Day after Partition Horrors Day!

Independence Day is an event. As the preceding day would now be the one for Partition-Horrors. What do you think should be the National...

Why do we not speak about the horrors of Partition? PM Modi says we should

Nobody speaks of horror of the Partition anymore. The tragedy, at the creation of Pakistan, led to movements across the border after violence unleashed...

Mamata’s Khela Diwas falls on same day as the one of Hindus’ nightmare in history

Hours after West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced that “Khela Diwas” will be celebrated on August 16, the uncanny evocation of Muslim League’s...

Expect West Bengal police to produce “4-5 culprits” from Nandigram soon

We could guess 4-5 people being paraded to press by West Bengal police, efficient that it is, soon. Sometimes the crime fits the story;...

It’s a wonder only one Nathuram Godse has emerged in India

It’s a wonder that in India there has been only one Nathuram Godse. When thousands of Kashmiri Hindus were murdered, maimed, raped and “cleansed” out...

Left is over; let a thousand lotus bloom

BJP has swallowed Left in West Bengal which is a significant tide in the history of the state and the nation. With Kerala gone too,...

Has Rahul Gandhi replied to MHA’s letter on British citizenship?

There are some discourses you hear. Then there are others which are kept out of your sight. Out of sight, out of mind is...

Hindus first lose lives; and then the narrative

Every Independence Day fills me with sadness and anger. For the day next is August 16, albeit of 1946, when the Muslim League government...

Guha & Mander work overtime to keep Muslims away from Hindus

Ramachandra Guha and Harsh Mander began—and hopefully ended—“the minority space” series in Indian Express on Tuesday. On the Day of Judgment—for they would prefer such an option...

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