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Are the Elites Accountable only to their ideological bias?
“It did not happen!” Recollect neither the exact date nor the name of the speaker. But a few things are certain. It was a run-up to the 1989 student union elections in Jawaharlal Nehru University. The only political event I... View Article
One Year Of Modi Government 2.0 Narendra Modi Achieves As Opposition Grieves
There are people who cannot live without finding fault with others. These people with negative bent of mind can never find anything to appreciate and praise others. They will always discover fault with others. A friend threw a grand dinner... View Article
Plagiarism is to academia what is treason to the military. The ultimate sin to be shunned and trained against. Human fragilities are strong or as the scripture says, The Spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak. So, it is... View Article
Should Distorted Indian History be Rewritten?
History is to a country what the Constitution is to a nation. India has a well-crafted Constitution while the same cannot be said about its history. The documented version of Indian history is patchy in parts and heavily loaded with... View Article
Jihadi Pakistan Riding On Corona
The Indian Army Chief, Gen Naravane has been compelled to castigate Pakistan for persisting with jihadi terrorism, even in this prevailing and uncertain Corona driven times. He said: “ While we are busy not only helping our own citizens but... View Article
Women’s Safety And Public Ire
Hardly passes a day when you sit down with a hot cup of coffee in hand in the morning to read the newspaper and don’t find the headlines screaming at you about the horrid rape of a woman. A detailed... View Article
Vanishing respect of Guru and Shishya in India
Two hundreds and seven Vice chancellors and academics of universities in India have written to PM that What happened and is still continuing in different universities is a disgraceful reminder of muddying relations between the teachers and students. In Jawaharlal... View Article
Is Hinduism Losing Ground At Home?
Hindus do not look for safety in numbers. Nor do they live in clusters. They draw strength and sustenance from the reassuring words contained in many ancient Hindu texts that Dharma which they uphold would come to their rescue in... View Article
2019: An year of agony and ecstasy
Another year under the stewar ship of Modi is fading out with a great hope that 2020 will absorb the bitte ness and anguish of those who suffered the fire of uncertainty and total falsehood. As we see the sun... View Article
Split personality of India on trial
Is India Hindu or is it secular with Muslim favorable bias? This is the question haunting the country everywhere. No one seems to define it in this perspective. The history of India is haunting us and we do not know... View Article