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Understanding Kashmir as it was

The presence of Kashmir is traced back to the Mahabharata where it was identified as a great republic. Kashmir was prospering until the 13th Century under benevolent Hindu rulers.

The Kashmir Files – Part 1

What happened to the terrorists who actually committed those brutalities? They were actually awarded or say rewarded by providing them with government jobs in the name of bringing the lost youth to the mainstream.

On this day in 1971, one of the largest Genocides in modern history was put to an end

A closer look into the terrible Western foreign policy during the 1971 Indo-Pakastani War.

The history of hatred

Indians keep on doing Dharma Yuddha, honourable to the last; dying is nothing to Hindus, they are born as sacrifice to the motherland, a debt of soil that turns to warrior blood seeking death before dishonour.

Which is more dangerous – Coronavirus or Communal virus?

A history of communal riots has taught little to revive comatose media which proliferates venomous rhetorics, polarizing and inflammatory agendas.

Che Guevera – why youth shouldn’t idolise him

The t-shirt icon doesn't deserve that respect or status. Here are some facts about him.

Bengal: Nobody speaks up for Hindus

Not only Hindu temples but Hindu lives,too, hold no value for liberals, media and leftist politicians.

Busting the myth of female gendercide in India

NGOs and other social agencies habitually present a worse case of India than what the reality is, in order to garner more funding from public and private global bodies.

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