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Itihaas: Noble intentions?

One hundred and eighteen years after his death, the legacy bequeathed by the inventor of dynamite should be understood in all its shades of grey. An Irish research scholar has in recent days caused quite a sensation with her findings about the ... Financial Chronicle, 3 days ago

Itihaas: Talking about revolution

The legendary Maxim Gorky predicted that the Russian Revolution would last all of two weeks. The western media gave it even less time. For 75 years, it defied all such prophets of doom. But almost a century later, when it has almost been wiped out ...
 Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Itihaas: Cold peace, sporadic warmth

The India-China interface, mired in the backdrop of conflict but vibrant in terms of economic possibilities, is an intriguing phenomenon. As a commentator put it, China's attempts in recent years to alter the status quo in its territorial disputes ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas: Scot free?

Braveheart Wil­liam Wallace, if his ghost still hovers over Scotland, must be hoping his 17th century dream is about to come true. Scottish nationalism has always been present, just under the surface of daily life, as the Scots continued to ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago

The inclusive history of Shiva by Dr Sahai

Dr Sachidananda Sahai " Mera panth itihaas hai. Main naa vampathi hoon, naa dakshinpanthi or naa hi koi-aur-panthi ." (I am not a leftist, nor do I follow any other ideology. My only ideology is history itself.) Thus spoke Dr. Sachidanand ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 month ago

Itihaas: Chronicler extraordinaire

Few people in post-independence India have weighed as heavily on the way men and institutions were shaped as this genial professor who sketched the contours of the mainstream establishment's perception of itself. Delhi-based Bipan Chandra was unique ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago
Sakaal Times

The house of history

Bharat Itihaas Sanshodhak Mandal is a treasure trove for historians and ordinary citizens alike, feels Shalaka Nalawade as she visits this century-old place If history fascinates you, a trip to Bharat Itihaas Sanshodhak Mandal should be absolutely ...
 Sakaal Times1 month ago

Itihaas: Quick fix?

From the time John Mathai quit the Nehru government in 1950 when it was first set up till Independence Day this year when prime minister Narendra Modi abolished it altogether, the Planning Commission has been caught in controversy, its very ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas : Dishing out the dirt

The American and British reading public can devour countless books of politicians washing their dirty linen — and other people’s linen — in public. Indian politicians, on the other hand, have by and large been reticent, hesitant about creating ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Itihaas : The row over Rao

What makes history the most abused of disciplines is the manner in which the ruling classes manipulate it. We have had a tradition of holy busybodies tinkering with the way the past is to be perceived to suit contemporary ends. It seems we are destined or ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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