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Global Gita

Pitching for the Gita to be declared a national book, an article in the Organiser counters the argument that a secular democracy cannot adopt the book as national scripture, saying that the Bhagavad Gita is not a religious book: it has been ... Indian Express, 9 minutes ago

View from the right: Ayodhya legacy

Ayodhya legacy Drawing parallels between the independence struggle, the anti-Emergency movement and the Ayodhya movement, the editorial in the Organiser says that the onus of choosing the future course on Ayodhya is on India's Muslims. Although ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

RSS attempts to do back seat driving with BJP Govt

Is frustration clearly visible in certain RSS cadres and think tanks as well as in its media publications over their failure to influence Ministers of the NDA or BJP and have a say in Government policies? Narendra Modi reminds them again and again ...
 Kashmir Times1 week ago
Yahoo! India

How Bhopal and I Betrayed Our Own

30 years ago today, 40 tons of poisonous gas leaked from a factory, killed more than 20,000 people, injured over 550,000. Everyone now associates Bhopal with the world's deadliest industrial disaster, but most of the city actually does not. Bhopal's ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

Neighbourly Love: BJP for Hindi-Chini Bhai Bhai

NEW DELHI: When BJP leader Siddharth Nath Singh led a delegation of party youth leaders to China last week, his official hosts—the Communist Party of China—had the entire lowdown on his standing within his party and his recent exploits in taking ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

View from the Right: Establishment left

Taking a swipe at the Left parties, an editorial in the Organiser says leftist parties in India were never anti-establishment or as revolutionary as the word's origins mean. It says the Indian Left, while taking revolutionary positions from the ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
New Indian Express

The Icon Renaissance

Rani Ma Gaidinliu, a Naga freedom fighter, spent 14 years in jail from 1933 to 1947 fighting the British. Her name may not ring a bell outside her home state, and few would know that Jawahar Lal Nehru gave her the title Rani in 1937. In 2015, her ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Cult of xenophobia

The undeserved media hype over the unverified and unauthenticated reports of accounts of politicians and businessmen in Swiss banks, with media channels racing with each other to throw in names and the BJP led government shying from officially ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago

View from the right : JNU venom

An article in the Organiser says that behind the veil of right to freedom of expression, some elements at JNU have been spreading venom along religious and cultural lines. The article, called A Campus that Spreads Venom, reminds students and ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

View from the Right: Kamath on Kashmir

The Organiser has posthumously published an article written by senior journalist M.V. Kamath suggesting that Prime Minister Narendra Modi involve US President Barak Obama in the Kashmir issue. Kamath, formerly an editor of The Illustrated Weekly, ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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