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In Sangh Country: 25 days, 914 men and full brown pants

The guest list included Anand Mahindra, Assam Chief Minister Sarbanand Sonowal and his cabinet colleague Himanta Biswa Sarma. No, this wasn’t an investment mela to woo industrialists to the northeastern state. Rather, this was an event in the heart of India, in Nagpur, the shraddha kendra (or place of reverence) for the 4.5 lakh-odd members nationwide of the 92-year-old Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsev ...

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THE GOONS OF GOD’S OWN COUNRTY-RED TERROR IN KERALA

There is always a kid who is a bully in the society. The kid would appear to be a nice lad in general , as a habit he may bully a kid or two , but the moment there is dissent among the other kids regarding his behavior, the kid will resort to violent tactics. The bully may corner any kid who differs from his opinion and give him a beating. In this case there is no use in complaining the bully’s parents beca ...

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Mockery of ‘Freedom’ & ‘Culture’

“Many a time we confuse license for liberty and lose the latter. License leads one to selfishness whereas liberty guides one to supreme good. License destroys society, liberty gives it life. In license propriety is sacrificed, in liberty it is fully cherished. Under slavery we practice several virtues out of fear, when liberated we practice them of our own free will.” (CWMG 42:380) Freedom of Expression and ...

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The Left myth of academic freedom

In the context of what is happening in many universities across the country, let the true upholders of academic freedom come forward to separate the wheat from the chaff. The first thing is that violence has no place in academia. Issues have to be debated, sometimes with lot of passion. Ideological positions are quite natural, but the right to have a strong ideological stand cannot be exclusive. The word ‘d ...

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Segregating the saffron

Recently held Jaipur Literature Festival stirred up a controversy as a result of its organisers’ decision to invite two RSS functionaries. For many, this was unexpected and undesirable, while for others, it was just an unusual happening. This demonstrates that the exclusion of the RSS from intellectual discourse is considered legitimate and moral by the hegemonic class of intellectuals -predominantly Marxis ...

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SRI SURYANARAYANA RAO – AN IDEOLOGY PERSONIFIED

BY V. SHANMUGANATHAN, HON'BLE GOVERNOR OF MEGHALAYA AND ARUNACHAL PRADESH Mananiya Sri. K. Suryanarayana  Rao came to Tamil Nadu in the early 70’s from Bangalore. The people of Tamil Nadu were quite impressed by his tall, well built, pleasing and majestic personality. He was a real leader with extraordinary determination. After coming to Tamil Nadu, he learnt the Tamil language and was able to read and writ ...

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‘Dialogue Leads To Clarity of Vision’ – J. Nandakumar Ji

Perpetual churning is the very basis of Bharatiya philosophy. Healthy discussion and creative dialogue have played a great role in the progress of this great nation. Distinctiveness of our knowledge - tradition is marked by its unique nature of imparting wisdom. It was neither a one - way affair nor a two - way lane. Yes, the mode and form of Bharatiya communication has always been multifaceted. The whole s ...

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Deadly cocktail combination of Marxist-Jehadi nexus behind murder of Ramith

The gruesome killig of our dear swayamsevak Ramith by the CPM goons on 12-10-2016 near his home at Pinarayi was a really shock to all the karyakartas and swayamsevaks of our District. He was killed while he was going to buy medicines for his niece. Ramith was attacked by a member of trained CPM goons who attacked him initially with iron rods and thereafter with daggers and swords. He was declared dead at ho ...

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Leftist control over Liberals using trigger words

The other day a self-confessed liberal friend informed me that she was ‘depressed’ at the prospect of war after India’s cross-border strike. She is a very nice person but I can’t remember her saying the same after the Uri terror attack in which 18 Indian soldiers were killed. Apparently Terrorism is not as depressing as the ‘prospect of War’. I have observed this phenomenon among many liberals. They go ball ...

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Befitting reply to insulting article on RSS in Outlook magazine

An Article by Monika Arora, Supreme Court Advocate Apropos to your (Outlook) cover story titled “Operation Baby lift”, dated August 8, 2016, we wish to state that what you have packaged as investigation material of three months is nothing but the perverted imaginings of a sick mind. And it is a fool’s errand to expect that such writers (as the concerned journalist, Neha Dixit) will understand the meaning of ...

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