Times of India has done a disservice to Bhagat Singh’s memory

Ashish Shukla

27th September 2019
Bhagat Singh is a hero to all Indians. The man made sure he was caught and hanged to death in 1931 in the hope it would rise countless youth against the British yoke. He...

Remembering Subhas Bose and his final journey

Ashish Shukla

18th August 2019
(1945 was a tumultuous year in world history. Adolf Hitler committed suicide. Germany surrendered on May 8. Atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima (August 6) and Nagasaki...

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...

Why Indians have short memory and how it puts their lives at risk

Ashish Shukla

27th April 2019
Brahma Chellaney, a trusted voice, laments in Hindustan Times today that Indians suffer from short memory.

Keep these questions in your quiver against suspect media in Modi 2.0

Ashish Shukla

10th April 2019
As 2019 Lok Sabha polls unroll, I want you to look at the faces in the image above. Ask them a few simple questions on social media. Most likely they won’t reply....

In defence of Bengali Hindus in Assam as polls beckon

Ashish Shukla

6th April 2019
The people whose mother-tongue is ‘Bangla’ are generally regarded as Bengalis. But in Assam the scenario is different. Here, it is not the mother-tongue that...

Subhas Bose’s final journey, in remembrance

Ashish Shukla

18th August 2018
(1945 was a tumultuous year in world history. Adolf Hitler committed suicide and Germany surrendered on May 8. Atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima (August 6) and...

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