A Delhi based think tank -Centre for Integrated and Holistic Studies (CIHS) - has come out with a report explaining how Social Media has been weaponized to target Hindus in UK. Here are excerpts from the report
Today, the Sterlite Copper plant in Thoothukudi, which had been producing copper for close to two decades stands permanently closed. Thousands of direct and indirect jobs have been lost. The company has now called for bids to sell the plant. The NGOs, radical Church forces, academia and the agenda-driven media can proudly declare ‘Mission Accomplished’
A silent movement, which one may term as the ‘Tribal Renaissance’, has begun in India. The rallying point of this movement is a demand for delisting of those tribals from the list of Scheduled Tribes which have converted to Christianity and Islam.
This story is brought to you in arrangement with 'Stories of Bengali Hindus'- an initiative started by descendants of East Bengali Hindu survivors of genocides who have come together to document their past - be it the genocides, culture, traditions, dialects, memories and all their stories so that they never remain forgotten.
As the island nation faces an economic Armageddon, the Rajapaksa government seeks more Chinese money, pushing the country deeper into Chinese debt. Sri Lanka has already taken 16 IMF bailouts, second only to Pakistan.
There has been a continuous debate over the issue of the identity of Indian Muslims which in turn is closely linked to their origin. In this context, it is important to go back and revisit the chronology of spread of Islam in India.
By Vinay Nalwa- Basant Panchami, the festival of spring when Goddess of knowledge and art is revered and prayed and which marks the onset of Spring in northern India is also a reminder of the unforgettable supreme sacrifice of fourteen-year-old Haqiqat Rai.
Here is Swami Vivekananda's most famous speech that was delivered at World Parliament of Religions in Chicago(USA) on 11 September, 1893
The debate that took place on the first amendment in Indian Constitution in 1951 is one of the most aggressive and finest debates of India's parliamentary history. It was a great verbal duel between Prime Minister Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru and the unofficial leader of opposition Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee
As the country celebrates the Constitution Day on 26 November, it would be pertinent to look at the debate in Constituent Assembly on the issue of Uniform Civil Code
By Vinay Nalwa Maharishi Valmiki’s Ramayan was arguably the first chronicled history…
By Arun Anand This is the 30th and final part of the…