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‘Bloodiest story of human history’ and its long shadow on resurgent India

Never since the bloodbath of the Partition in 1947 which cost two million lives have Muslims and Hindus been so disenchanted with each other as of...

For god’s sake, stop this my Twinkle and your Asifa nonsense

Some crimes shake the conscience of the nation: Like the one of Twinkle in Aligarh. Or Asifa in Kathua, Jammu. Millions of Indians mourn such...

Now that Hindu-Dalit divide is closing, break-India forces have loose motions

We are at a seminal moment in India’s history. The divide between Hindus and Dalits is closing. Once Muslims also join the flank, the...

Why Muslim petitioners won’t give up on Ayodhya dispute

Why Muslims don’t want to give up on the Ayodhya issue? Well, Hindu bodies also don’t want to do so for obvious reasons but...

Khusro, a Hindu-hater, beyond words

Amir Khusro is a legend for good reason. The Sufi giant of the 13th century had his Urs celebrated in Hazrat Nizamuddin dargah in Delhi...

Kashmiriyat and other betrayals of India

Three communal incidents have rocked India in the last fortnight. A 15-year-old Muslim boy, Junaid, was killed in a train. Let’s concede it was a...

DALALS make Governors the Fall Guys

There is a new narrative by the DALALS (Devious Left and Lutyens Scribes). It’s not about the fresh round of communal violence against Hindus...

Murthal is one of many “fake news”: But who cares?

The kind of furore and din media created on “Murthal gangrape” during the Jat Stir in Haryana is beginning to unravel. The rape which...

Being Hindu in an intolerant India

There are few books on Hinduism recently published, authored by practicing Hindus with modern, young, English speaking Hindus as their target audiences and which...

You must doff your hat to Times of India

Today, Times of India (March 5, 2016) has three stories on its front page: Government says no to visit by US Panel:  US Commission on...

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