Dinanath Batra, the man who got Wendy Doniger's book on Hinduism pulped on the grounds that it insulted Hindus says he will leave his ideology back in Delhi when he steps into Haryana as head of a proposed committee to advise the state government on ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
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Baba Rampal is just the latest in the long line of cult leaders. To be a cult leader you need to have fans who believe everything you say, evidence notwithstanding, and are willing to attack, sometimes violently, those who criticise you or your ...Mid Day, 1 day ago
This report on India's free speech year in review is authored by The Hoot By / 19 December, 2014 The state of free speech in India remains a cause for concern judging by the rise in recorded attacks on the media and the increasing use of ...Index on Censorship, 3 days ago
It would perhaps easier for Mr. Modi to convince the world that Geeta is a Universal book of personal emancipation irrespective of the religion one follows; rather than convince agitated left-secular groups about it. Imagine the ...Meri News, 5 days ago
As in most pilgrimages, the relentless cacophony of traders of God can make you tense—and if you aren't exactly drenched in religious faith, you want to run. It was a stumble upon moment. After digesting ancient and modern stories about Goddess ...Livemint.com, 1 week ago
In 'We or Our Nationhood Defined,' published in 1939, MS Golwalkar, second chief of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) argued that the Aryan race originated in India. Interestingly, the argument does not challenge the other theory which states ...Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
For the last 190 days, I have been trying to find at least half a reason to agree with something that the HRD (human resource development) ministry does. For the last 180-190 days, their best friend has been Mr Controversy. Whatever they try to do ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI: Writer-journalist Aatish Taseer read from his new book, 'The Way Things Were', and discussed language and histories-personal and political-with author Musharraf Ali Farooqi on the first day of the Times Litfest. The book begins with a ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS At the stroke of midnight on every New Years Eve, from as early as I can remember, Ive been in our little church by the backwaters in Kochi. And as one year tumbled into the next, the air would shake ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Can you read your friends and family like a book? Here are a dozen perfect gifts for the bookish people in your life. For the fur fiend: The Life and Love of Dogs Lewis Blackwell Abrams, $50 For the family that plays together: Unbored ...Los Angeles Times, 2 weeks ago
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