Monday, August 10, 2020

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George Floyd and India

Ashok Swain, who is a professor in Sweden’s Uppsala’s University was upset that such protest doesn’t happen in India, so did another ‘journalist’ Rana Ayyub. Instead of showing solidarity with a man who lost his life, these opportunists are provoking vandalism and mayhem in India too.

Why only certain lives matter?

An opinion piece calling out the hypocrisy of anti-establishment propaganda-driven leftist politics targeting the silent majority in India and US by means of violence and false narrative

“वैचारिक अधिनायकवाद”

अमेरिका में जो पुलिस द्वारा असंवेदनशील और बर्बर कृत्य हुआ उसका हम जब अवलोकन करते है तो पाते है कि इस घटना की निंदा और विरोध का जो आंदोलन है वो अपने उद्देश्य से दूर कहीं वैचारिक उन्मादी और हिंसक पशु समान लोगो के हाथों में पहुंच गया है जिनको एक चिंगारी की आवयश्कता थी अपनी कुंठा बाहर निकालने के लिए.

Some questions about ‘Idea of India’ and ’Soul of the Constitution’

Is it legitimate for a bunch of politicians who don't have the people's mandate, coupled with sundry 'intellectuals' and 'artistes' who have never fought an election in their life, to cause disruption in public life in an attempt to hold the elected government to ransom?

Constitutionality of Citizenship Amendment Act 2019

In a politically sensitive democracy like India it is important that people, without any legal awareness about the Act, simply do not exaggerate the law-and-order situation in the country by posting half-baked facts as ultimate truth on Social Media.

Hong Kong protests – A David’s slingshot against monstrous Goliath

Passing the ‘extradition bill’ which has massive implications, without even holding a referendum was just begging for a complete loss of confidence in the Hong Kong government's ability to protect their citizen's interests.

Kejriwal’s latest dharna: how does the Delhi Lt. Governor end a strike that isn’t even happening?

The Lt. Gov. has about as much role to play in Delhi getting full statehood as maybe Virat Kohli does

Stoking Hindu anger in Tamil Nadu – what do insults and protests signify?

A silent revolution might be underway in the southern states of India

Professors held hostages, violent protests; Should we be worried about JNU?

Should the government intervene or there is another solution

Why are Indian protests so violent? We all must act to stop this

The government has to strictly implement the rule of the law, while rest of us too have a duty.

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All that’s online isn’t gospel

Everybody has an opinion about every small issue around him, thanks to the information available at a finger click, no matter how valid it is!

Learnings from Galwan Valley– Similarities between Nazi Germany and Communist China

Has China committed a grave error of judgement in picking a fight with India in the Galwan valley? And will it exhibit the reckless aggressiveness of Hitler or the shrewd cunning of the famed Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu ?

मंदिरों के देश में न्याय मांगते मंदिर

आइए जानते हैं कुछ प्रमुख मंदिरों के बारे में जो आज मस्जिद का रूप लिए हुए हैं और न्याय मांग रहे हैं।

Politics of religion and science

Since BJP made history in 2014 and came to power with staggering numbers, there has been constant propaganda about religion taking importance over development and science.

Once nurturer, America is a hoarder of talent now

The allure of the American Dream is now a net negative for H1B workers and the Global community.

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आदिवासी दिवस के बहाने अलगाववाद की राजनीति

दिवासी अथवा जनजातियों को उनके अधिकार दिलाने की मुहिम दिखने वाला "आदिवासी दिवस" नाम का यह आयोजन ऊपर से जितना सामान्य और साधारण दिखाई देता है वो उससे कहीं अधिक उलझा हुआ है।

Two nation theory after independence

Two Nation Theory was the basis of partition of India. Partition was accepted based on the assumption that the Muslims staying back in India because they rejected the Two Nation theory. However, later decades proved that Two Nation Theory is not only subscribed by a large section of Indian Muslims but also being nourished by the appeasement politics.

Are Indian history text books really biased?

Contributions of many dynasties, kings and kingdoms find no mention in our text books. Post independence history is also not adequately covered in our text books.

Striking similarities between the death of Parveen Babi and Sushant Singh Rajput: A mere co-incidence or well planned murders?

Together Rhea and Bhatt’s media statements subtly and cleverly project Sushant as some kind of a nut job like Parveen Babi, another Bhatt conjuring.

The story of Lord Jagannath and Krishna’s heart

But do we really know the significance of this temple and the story behind the incomplete idols of Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Maa Shubhadra?
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