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But then Sanyal, how do we keep 21st Century issues firmly in our gaze?

Sanjeev Sanyal posted a twitter thread on Saturday where he implored discussions on the 21st Century issues rather than being mired in historical characters...

The so-called “ganga-jamuni tehzeb” and its’ terrible reality

(I read an absolutely horrendous editorial in Times of India on April 13, 2019. It’s an apologist questioning why Jallianwala Bagh must be raked up after...

Rahul Gandhi must confront Hegde on ‘Muslim’ remarks

I am amazed that neither Congress party nor Rahul Gandhi; nor for that matter a shrill Lutyens Media has taken up Union Minister Ananth...

Europe, India and the limits of secularism

Two years ago, on one fine afternoon, I happened to run into a congregation by Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, an Islamic organization, at Kolkata. The volunteers were...

Digvijay is only a continuation; it began with Savarkar

Congress leader Digvijay Singh’s attempt to create the bogey of Hindu terrorism and dragging Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh into it is nothing new. In his classic book, The...

Why Gandhi fell out with Arya Samaj

Swami Dayanand Saraswati, whose death anniversary falls this week (October 30, 1883), deserves attention from all Indians. If Mahatma Gandhi is “Father of the...

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...

Nehru and ‘Ashoka Not So Great’

NewsBred publishes an extract from “The Ocean of Churn” by Sanjeev Sanyal, released last month, which turns upside down the legacy of “Ashoka the...

Indo-Israel ties: What happened in 1992?

We have all suspected India has drawn closer to Israel. Defence, trade and agricultural co-operation is booming.  Let’s take a sweeping view before evaluating...

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