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NOVEMBER 26; THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION DAY: HOW RSS DENIGRATED IT

RSS Half Pants

HOW RSS DENIGRATED THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: A PEEP INTO ITS ARCHIVES The Constituent Assembly of India finalized the Constitution of India on November 26, 1949 which is celebrated as the CONSTITUTION DAY. This Constitution promised new born Indian Republic a polity based on democracy, justice, egalitarianism and rule of law. …

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Ahistoricity of Savarkar’s Rehabilitation Project

VD Savarkar

An aggressive campaign to rehabilitate VD Savarkar (1883-1966) as great Indian freedom fighters is under way. He is being touted as a legendary Indian nationalist, freedom fighter who spent 50 years in the Cellular Jail [CJ]. Multiple mercy petitions of his are hailed as a ruse to secure freedom in …

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What was the goal of Pt. Nehru after independence?

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

Nehru’s thoughts Best Quotes By Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru In English ~ Thoughts of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru “Aother and a major excitement had seized me, and I was again on a great voyage of discovery and the land of India…lay spread out before me. India with all her infinite …

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Operation ‘clean’ must go on in the Congress Party

Rahul-and-sonia-Gandhi

By Vidya Bhushan Rawat Most of the manustream media had declared Rahul Gandhi as Pappu as if it is a crime if somebody is called Pappu. The narrative spread by Sangh Parivar went unresponded by the senior leaders of Congress Party and today when the same Pappu is trying to …

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Sun v/s Earth. Does it have to be this way?

solar and wind energy

By Deepanshu Kaul Philip, Head (Strategy & Operations), SolConnect Solar energy is touted as one of the solutions to meet humankind’s rising energy demand while keeping global warming led temperature rise at bay. India has spearheaded this cause by giving shape to the International Solar Alliance in 2015. Our commitment …

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Façade of societal norms: Game of culpability

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“Any society that fails to harness the energy and creativity of its women is at a huge disadvantage” [Quote by Tian Wei] Since childhood, parents impose a lot of restrictions on a girl compared to a boy. The upbringing of girls in India is done in a very protective environment …

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Why does Justice Katju agree with the Allahabad High Court: cow should be made our national animal!

Justice Katju on Cow

I entirely agree with the Allahabad High Court: cow should be made our national animal. Allahabad HC judge to Centre: Make cow national animal https://www.thelallantop.com/news/cow-should-be-declared-national-animal-protecting-cow-is-not-the-work-of-any-one-religion-says-allahabad-high-court  In fact, I go further. Our government, and in fact all governments throughout the world, should be handed over to cows since we humans have …

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Secularism has to be a two-way traffic

SATYAM BRUYAT - Justice Katju

Secularism has to be a two way traffic When I criticised the BJP for polarising society and atrocities against Muslims, when I called most Hindus stupid for calling cow gomata ( since an animal cannot be a mother of a human being ) and for looking down on dalits, and …

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Why Remember Partition Horror? Asks Dr Ram Puniyani

Dr. Ram Puniyani

Partition and Partition Horrors Partition of India: one of the major tragedies of the twentieth Century World By Dr Ram Puniyani India’s partition has been one of the major tragedies of the twentieth Century World. The loss of lives and the mass migrations have very few equivalent tragedies in the …

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Independent India: Dreams Unfulfilled

Dr. Ram Puniyani

Musings on 75th year of our Independence By Dr Ram Puniyani With India getting freedom from colonial rule, the first Prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru summed up the aspirations and dreams of the leaders and participants in the movement in his famous and apt speech “Tryst with Destiny”. He stated, “The …

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