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May Month Article

  • Veer Savarkar: Myths and Truths
    • Poulasta Chakraborthy
      Today marks the one thirty second birth anniversary of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, the man who coined the term Hindutva.......
  • Letter to a Pastor
    • Krishen Kak
      A financial newspaper, prominent in the English “secular” media in our country, recently gave favourable publicity to an evangelical book written by a “global CEO”.........
  • The real issues confronting Indian history
    • Michel Danino
      I With tiresome predictability, the appointment of the new Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) has been greeted in the media (and recently in the Lok Sabha) by the old refurbished charges........
  • Rahul Gandhi in His New Avatar
    • Dr. Mrs Hilda Raja
      Rahul is anti-Modi and hence everything he sees of Modi is anti this and anti that. According to him Modi is anti-farmer.........
  • The Congress and its democracy
    • Dr. Mrs Hilda Raja
      According to Jairam Ramesh, the Modi government by passed democratic institutions in its one year rule. This is the assessment of the Congress and its leaders.........
  • Rent a cause, Rahul!
    • Ashali Varma
      Rahul Gandhi came back after 58 days and then went viral. Not in the hearts and minds of the common people of India but in our very left-of–center media........
  • China and Pak: Little in common yet closest of allies
    • Brahma Chellaney
      President Xi Jinping’s recent Islamabad visit, by unveiling agreements valued at $28 billion, shows that China has made Pakistan the central link between its dual Silk Road initiatives........
  • China’s Land of Snows
    • Claude Arpi
      The State Council Information Office (China’s Cabinet) recently released a White Paper (WP), ‘on the development path of Tibet’........
  • The danger behind Pakistan's new swagger
    • Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain (retd)
      'Pakistan may feel emboldened to give an upswing to the proxy war in J&K, having secured a better international consensus on its strategic importance.'.......
  • The BJP’s challenges in Jammu
    • Hari Om
      While the PDP has taken control of the State's political and administrative apparatus, the BJP has been relegated to the status of a junior partner......
  • Nepal earthquake: India reaches out in right time
    • Ashok B Sharma
      India has rightly played its role as a friendly neighbour by reaching out to Nepal immediately after the terrible earthquake with an intensity of 7.9 on the Richter scale struck the Himalayan nation.....
  • Ending India’s Agrarian Nightmare
    • Rupa Subramanya
      Roughly 600 million Indians are farmers -- the majority of whom would happily give it up for another job. So why is the Congress party so determined to keep them as peasants?.....

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