It’s unlikely the buried last Sikh king would be exhumed

Ashish Shukla

5th December 2019
It is no small matter that the last king of the powerful Sikh empire of the 19th century is buried in a small nondescript village of 300 people in eastern England for 125...

Tulsi might find US stance on religious freedom a joke

Ashish Shukla

24th June 2019
A new report—“Religious Persecution in United States”--has burned Uncle Sam at the stake of religious discrimination on its land over the centuries....

Yechury calls Hindus violent and we must all thank him

Ashish Shukla

4th May 2019
In last 48 hours, attempts to hurt Hindus have been made—one by Sitaram Yechury and the other by Bollywood writer Javed Akhtar. Most of my Hindu friends have found...

Golwalkar and those two paragraphs

Ashish Shukla

4th June 2018
Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar needs you on his 45th death anniversary on Tuesday (June 5, 1973). Chances are he would be reviled by Leftists Sitaram Yechury, and “Liberals”...

The Great Void: How we got here

16th January 2017
The fall of the Berlin Wall in October 1989 abruptly ended one historical era and inaugurated another. So, too, did the outcome of last year’s U.S. presidential election....

Who are the Masters of Mankind?

16th June 2016
Adam Smith talked of “Masters of Mankind” in the 18th century. Do such tribes still rule the world or the power has shifted hands?

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