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Burying of a time capsule, if at all done, should bury the claim that Hinduism is the other face of Indian nationalism. Its time to change the narrative test Hindutva should become BJP’s achilles heel.
Iran's supreme leader Ayotallah Khamenei has opened a twitter account in Hindi. This action is serious, Indian intelligence agencies and Bhartiyas must be on alert, especially since this action comes in a span of few days of the Bhumi Pujan ceremony of Shri Ram Janma Bhumi.
It is needless to remind, in democratic system of governance, the institution of media or the profession of journalism plays one of...
What we urgently need are Museums to the Truth about Slavery in India, especially as practised by the Colonials and the Mughals - and the best place to start would be to convert the Foreign Correspondent's Club on Mathura Road in Delhi to one.
The youth should know the difference between modernization and westernization, changes with requirement of time differs from unknowingly influenced by other's way of life.
This Corona Pandemic has given us a golden opportunity to make our space. If we don't do it now we might as well write our future as being subservient to the Chinese.
Both, Hitler and Xi Jinping blundered in provoking open conflict with their respective immediate neighbours. Why were these a blunder? Read on.
What is time capsule? Time capsule is a historic cache of goods or information, deliberately buried to communicate with...
क्या श्री राम जन्मभूमि पर भव्य राष्ट्र मंदिर के निर्माण के भूमि पूजन के उजास से आलोकित इस स्वाधीनता दिवस पर उन सांस्कृतिक सूत्रों पर बल देना समीचीन नहीं होगा जिन्होंने हमें बहुविध होने पर भी एकात्मता प्रदान की है?
The Ram mandir movement is civilizationally important as it brought in not only the mainstream Hindu voices but also many subaltern voices that did not have a voice in the broader national discourse. It is after a long time that people stood up for something casting aside their caste and even religious divisions.