Digvijay Singh is not the only "saffron terror" mongerer

Ashish Shukla

19th April 2019
It’s Digvijay Singh’s moment of truth on “saffron terror.” Sadhvi Pragya probably would make him pay for it in Bhopal. There are many though who...

Hindus first lose lives; and then the narrative

Ashish Shukla

15th August 2018
Every Independence Day fills me with sadness and anger. For the day next is August 16, albeit of 1946, when the Muslim League government of the day in undivided Bengal provoked...

Spare us your history lessons, Dalai Lama

Ashish Shukla

9th August 2018
It’s such a humbug from the 14th Dalai Lama to suggest that the 1947 Partition could’ve been avoided had Pt Jawaharlal Nehru accepted Mahatama Gandhi’s offer to...

Great Navy Mutiny and Congress betrayal

Ashish Shukla

1st December 2017
While India celebrates its Navy Day (December 4), let’s do a remembrance to The Royal Indian Navy (RIN) Mutiny of 1946 which left colonial masters Britain with no choice but...

Why Muslims owe a lot to Sardar Patel

Ashish Shukla

31th October 2017
This is the centenary of the year when Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel first met Mahatma Gandhi and India got its unifier as we know the nation today. His birth anniversary, which falls...

Folly of equating Vande Mataram with religion

Rohit Sardana

26th July 2017
The Partition divided India. Jinnah went away as soon as he made Pakistan. But the poison remained in Free India. The unassailable symbols of our freedom struggle came under its...

Bankim Chandra and Vande Mataram

Ashish Shukla

25th June 2017
Just two words—Vande Mataram—by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, who has his 179th birth anniversary (June 26, 1838) this Monday, tells a lot about we the Indians.

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