Indian Media supporting Pakistan
भारतीय मीडिया की एक महान विशेषता है कि उसके पास किसी अपराधी या आतंकी के अपराध को छुपा देने की रेसिपी है।
जब से देश में मोदी सरकार आयी है, देश के विपक्षी नेता और पाकिस्तान एक ही स्वर में बोल रहे हैं
Barkha Dutt has recently crossed all limits of decency when she went on Al Jazeera channel and started spurting out hateful venom against the Prime Minister.
Indian media should understand that people are now smart enough to fall into their prey.
Forget the political masters, do we need to doubt the legitimacy and credibility of the armed forces who sacrifice their lives and limbs so that we may live and thrive in peace.
Congress and its UPA allies have just sounded the death knell for themselves ahead of the polls by trying to make a mockery of the Nation’s safety and its army.
Why is India reluctant to release footages or any other proof of 2016 surgical strikes and 2019 Air Strikes?
Opposition and media show their true colors by suspecting our armed forces and insulting the martyrs.
In a democracy, politics boils down to elections. Giving an electoral angle to an issue is termed politicizing.
Ram Mandir is an issue which has surrounded a billion strong nation from 30-years and has led to multiple Hindu-Muslim riots leaving hundreds of people dead of both religions and is why still not a Hindu-Muslim issue?
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The BJP bore the brunt and humiliations, for a long period, for supporting the Hindu cause. There was an avalanche of swear words on the party.
National Education Policy 2020 envisions to revive the ancient Indian wisdom, philosophy, human ethics and value system
The NEP 2020 is indeed has the potential to make India – Atmanirbhar if implemented properly. It envisions to make India a knowledge driven society and become Vishwa Guru in the field of education.
Modern-day Bharat has to take a leaf out of the horrors, the middle-east has gone through and pre-empt the causes at the earliest. There is absolutely no scarcity like that of a desert here.
In 1574 the Vaishnav saint Tulsidas in his writing “Ramcharitmanas” and in 1598 Abu al-Fazal also in his third volume of Akbarnama mentioned the Lord Ram birthday festival in Ayodhya. They did not mention any existence of a mosque.