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Ethnic Cleansing In The Heart Of Mankind: Fate Of Rohingyas

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  As Begum Bahar crawls out of the most devastated territory in her homeland and crawls into the foreign domain with her eight-month-old baby in her lap, she finds herselfRead More


Gauri Lankesh Assasination: Threatening Freedom Of Speech

Gauri Lankesh Assasination: Threatening Freedom Of Speech
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  The recent brutal murder left wing activist and journalist Gauri Lankesh has all the tabloids burning with just one question.  Are we finally beginning to lose our morals overRead More


Netaji Statue Vandalised in West Bengal

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  In what could be found as a shameful act by few anti-national elements, a  statue of the great freedom fighter and lndian National Army founder Netaji Subhash Chandra BoseRead More


No Justice for Gudiya? A recall of the recent violence in Himachal.

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  “Take care of the wild beasts of the forest ” her father said. Her father Keshav Ram, might’ve referred to the elusive Himalayan brown bear or maybe even theRead More


Remember Nathu La! Facing the Chinese in Doka La.

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The standoff over Doka La has apparently been going on over the last month. The India Bhutan friendship treaty entails that India protects the Himalayan kingdom from the continual aggressionRead More


#Not My Media ; Selective lynching stories for selective criticism?

A week ago, four young men boarded the train after having done some Eid shopping and was looking forward to the upcoming festivities. Shortly into their train ride, they gotRead More


Indian Blood Rain in Botswana

Indian Blood Rain in Botswana

I remember Africa. Growing up there, I remember the hot burning sun in the summers. I remember the cool evenings and the many friends that would often meet in carRead More


Cow Controversy and Congress Cruelty

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Over 2000 years ago, Ashoka the great instituted the first laws for animal rights in this country and in the world. He was among the first to institute animal hospitalsRead More


Khalid Bin Waleed ; A ideal inspiration?

Khalid bin Waleed

Khalid Bin Waleed is a national icon for many in the Islamic world. In Pakistan they have named their national battle tank after him. They have named their most prestigiousRead More


Majma Ul Bahrain ; Mingling of two Oceans

Majma Ul Bahrain Mingling of two Oceans

Religious riots seem to hit India more frequently nowadays. Termed ‘communal’ it is a term that is constantly thrown around on the Indian media. Communal tensions, Communal politicians and theirRead More