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Why they portray Hindus as bullies?

Recently I came across a tweet “Yes ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ is communal. Because it forces a certain mythological idea of motherland being a Devi, a deity. This may suit your faith and religious philosophy but not people who believe in monotheism- one God. It is clearly a majoritarian slogan,” put up by Arfa Khanum Sherwani of The Wire. It made me wonder why she would think that calling one’s country a Mother ...

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3 instances when Naseeruddin Shah missed the herd for the cows

New Delhi: Actor Naseeruddin Shah has the inviolable right under India’s Constitution to say this country is unsafe to live in. He also has absolute right to say Pakistan “feels like home”. He is well within his right to say, “Death of a cow has more significance than that of a police officer” (although why should the value of the two lives be compared, one may ask). But then the right of Indian citizens to ...

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Geeta Jayanti – Bhagvad Geeta teaches us the right perspective

New Delhi. Srimad Bhagvad Geeta is the ultimate guide to humanity through the philosophy of - Karma - Selfless Work, but also the base of the whole universe. Today is Geeta Jayanti, the day on which the Bhagvad Geeta was revealed is celebrated as the Geeta Jayanti festival. This day is the 11th day of the waxing moon of the Mārgashīrṣha month of the Hindu calendar. According to the Geeta, when you go into ...

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Ram Mandir is a symbol of National Pride

Though the nature of land dispute in Ram Mandir issue at Ayodhya and that of Somnath Temple is totally different, the Supreme Court’s decision to not speed up the Ram Mandir case reminded me of a debate that took place in 1948 about the reconstruction of Somnath Mandir – another temple destroyed by Islamic invaders. This debate, between K.M. Munshi and Pandit Nehru, has been recorded by Dr. Munshi in his mo ...

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Honey-trapping’ the preferred method by Pakistan to lure young men into terrorism

Pakistan based terror groups have made ‘honey trapping’ their most preferred method to lure youths in Jammu and Kashmir to join terrorism and to use them as human carriers for delivering arms from one place to another or acting as guides to infiltrating terrorists. ‘Honey Trapping’ is a commonly used technique practised for very long by spy agencies to extract sensitive information. An intelligence-based op ...

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No love, only jihad

While India preferred to remain silent on a sensitive issue, the UK confirmed worst fears that ‘love’ is a ruse to trap girls and sexually exploit or convert them to Islam or both What is ‘love jihad’? Is it part of a ‘religious obligation’ undertaken by Muslim zealots to Islamise non-believers or is it a myth created by ‘radical’ Hindu groups and a section of spooked Christian clergy to promote their divis ...

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Communists wanted to divide India into 17 countries

Communists refused to recognize Independent India for four years i.e. till August 15, 1951. They accepted it only after their rebellion in the then Andhra Pradesh miserably failed to elicit any favourable response. Mitrokhin Archives reveal, Communists/Congress both, were funded by the Russian spy agency KGB. Radio Moscow openly campaigned in favour of Communists in the Lok Sabha 1952 elections. Communists ...

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Tradition of ‘Fraternity’ is Hindutva

At a recently held lecture series, the Sarsanghachalak of Rshtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Dr. Mohanji Bhagwat, said, “‘Fraternity’ is the essence of the Sangh’s activities, and exemplifies our country’s ‘unity in diversity’.” “It is this tradition of fraternity that is referred to as “Hindutva”, Dr. Bhagwat continued. “And that is why we say that Bharat is a Hindu Rashtra, where ‘Rashtra’, stands for ‘peop ...

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RSS fetish of Nehru Family and Durbaris

Media is in a flutter about Madhya Pradesh Congress talking of banning RSS and related organisations from government properties and prohibiting government employees from participating in RSS activities. For me it shows Nehru family and its durbaris’ RSS fetish or obsession. This fetish goes back to 1947. This latest attempt by MP Congress is nothing but continuing the legacy of their colonial masters faithf ...

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Now it’s Sabarimala, next on ‘secular radar’ is Amarnath

Kerala govt’s affidavit on Sabarimala raises disturbing questions Early this year, the Supreme Court urged the Jagannath temple administration in Odisha to consider allowing non-Hindus to enter the temple, saying that Hinduism doesn’t eliminate any other faith and is the eternal faith, wisdom and inspiration of centuries. Justices Adarsh Kumar Goel and Ashok Bhushan suggested that people of other faiths be ...

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