Politics Mewat has become the graveyard for Hindus and especially Dalits, said retired Judge Secularism, a word with circumstantial meaning in India, has been used by many to further their propaganda and some to show their ‘tolerance’. This word has lately been discussed more than any other issue since the Modi Government came to power. […]
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday kicked off BJP’s campaign for West Bengal ahead of 2021 assembly elections. Addressing a virtual rally, —mind you, “virtual rally”—from New Delhi meant for Bengal, Amit Shah was seen lambasting West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. The base of Shah’s speech was CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act). He was taking swipe at Mamata for her staunch opposition to CAA.
In 1962, when China attacked India, for which Chinese side blamed Indian Prime Minister, Nehru and his policies which in Chinese terms were against the Chinese interests. India then was trying to corner China with the help of Soviet Union and the USA, whereas the communist ideologues in India were in dilemma about whom to support in the China India War. While most finally ended up supporting the Chinese side, with the most prominent faces being EMS Naamordripad, former Chief Minister of Kerala, who never recognised China as the aggressor. This was followed by the red split due to differences in the party.
Testing times for Delhi Government : LG overrules Kejriwal’s decision to reserve state-govt and private hospitals for locals
After reports following the information from the “Delhi Corona” app, which did not coincide with the availability of beds in top hospitals in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’ decision of reserving hospitals run by both the Delhi government and private sector to Delhiites on June 7, sparked rounds of controversies.
Operation Bluestar 1984 and Murder of Indira Gandhi – A revisit to the Khalistani Extremism Akal Takht after the Operation Bluestar – Images may be subject to copyright Exactly 36 years ago, Operation Bluestar, which started on June 3, 1984 and finally ended on June 6, freeing the Golden Temple (Harminder Sahib) from the Khalistani […]
Vijay Mallya’s ‘not so soon’ extradition: What’s in store for the government of ‘many feats’ in 2020 ?
On the night of June 3, after wildfire speculations spread through media reports, on fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya’s extradition back to India, muffled flares of how this could be yet another grabbing opportunity for the Modi government to hench upon.
There have been several important landmark judgments of the Supreme Court of India that changed the course of Indian history and defined the constitutional values that the establishment should follow
India China Border Dispute – The Nepal Angle With the outbreak of Coronavirus (Chinese Virus or Wuhan Virus), which originated in China, there has been a rise in anti-Chinese emotions around the world. Countries like the USA, UK, Australia started demanding an open investigation in the Wuhan Institute of Virology which was rejected by China […]
World famous hacktivist group, the “Anonymous” are back in action, after being inactive for several years, this time only to take a stance on the recent death of George Floyd, which has erupted massive rage across the United States.
“Pinjra Tod” – Everything one should know about this group Images maybe subjected to copyright. “Pinjra Tod”, the group which has been controversy’s favourite child for years, has once again caught eyes, following the arrest of the Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal by the Delhi police. The group has been known to organise protests in […]