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Collaborators who let us down in British India

(Sanjeev Sanyal, who describes himself as a writer, economist and collector of old maps, is also a very keen student of Indian history. Below...

Love in Tokyo: When Biden would try to wean Modi away from Russia

The Japanese have a citrus dessert called Yuzu Pie. Very topical, because it is also a form of serving humble pie along with the...

Netaji’s statue would adorn India Gate: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that a grand statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose will be installed at India Gate, New Delhi to mark...

Is Subhas Chandra Bose being ignored and insulted for this R-Day parade? A fact check

Two States, both in Opposition, are livid that their tableau have been “rejected” by the Modi government in this year’s Republic Day parade which...

It’s only logical we nominate a National Betrayal Day after Partition Horrors Day!

Independence Day is an event. As the preceding day would now be the one for Partition-Horrors. What do you think should be the National...

What’s the fuss if ‘Congress toolkit’ is forgotten very next minute?

I hope we are able to establish if “Congress toolkit” is fake or genuine. So far, the content and pattern fits like a glove....

Expect West Bengal police to produce “4-5 culprits” from Nandigram soon

We could guess 4-5 people being paraded to press by West Bengal police, efficient that it is, soon. Sometimes the crime fits the story;...

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

Bhagat Singh is a hero to all Indians. The man made sure he was caught and hanged to death in 1931 in the hope...

Remembering Subhas Bose and his final journey

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

Yechury calls Hindus violent and we must all thank him

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