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    The word ‘nationalism’ featured neither in Bharatiya vocabulary nor in Bharatiya consciousness

    Bharatiya consciousness holds a ‘national’ (Rashtriya) sentiment, not ‘nationalistic’ (Rashtrawadi). Dr. Manmohan Vaidya Bharat and the entire world are witnessing the metamorphosis of Bharat. Fundamental changes brought about in the foreign, defence and economic policies of the country have made this possible. Amendments in the defence and foreign policies have instilled renewed vigour among Bharatiya defe ...

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    Saint in a Politician Garb

    Shankar Ramachandran 117 years ago, on this day, Kumaraswami Kamaraj was born, who went on to become the Chief Minister of Madras Province, as Tamil Nadu was then known, before the States Reorganisation in 1956. As circumstances would have it, he later became  President of the Indian National Congress, which he left and founded & presided Indian National Congress (Organisation), till his death in 1975. ...

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    Politics post Pandemic – Spanish flu, First world war and Khilafat movement

    Dr. Sanjay Subbaiah Bengaluru. In these trying times of COVID 19 everyone is hoping to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Epidemiologists, Scientists, Doctors, Mathematicians, Statisticians have all predicted various possible outcomes of this pandemic. One way of trying to predict the course is to look back at previous pandemics. The last major pandemic i.e. Spanish Flu pandemic was about 100 yrs back. ...

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    Vishwa Samvad Samiti Holds Discussion on Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 – MYTH AND REALITY

    Jallandhar (VSK). A Lecture-cum-Discussion on the important subject of myth and realities governing the application of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 (CAA), was organised by the Vishwa Samvad Samiti at JC Resort, Bypass Road. The main speaker was Col. (Retd.) Jaibans Singh. Col. Jaibans Singh expressed great concern about the violent agitation in the aftermath of the act being passed through a consti ...

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    1922 Chauri Chaura incident – Families of martyrs felicitated for the 1st time after independence

    Facts about the incident deliberately hidden now made public A unique effort to search for and fill the forgotten and lost pages of India's freedom struggle has begun. A two day seminar on India's freedom struggle was organised at the Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University. The seminar was a joint effort of Itihas Sankalan Yojana and Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) under the aegis of Maulana A ...

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    Ram yatharth hai, Ram is desh ka pran tatva hai – Kameshwar Chaupal, Who Laid the First Stone for Ram Temple in 1989

    No Roti Without Ram - Kameshwar Chaupal, Who Laid the First Stone for Ram Temple in 1989 The Supreme Court will deliver its verdict in the Ayodhya land dispute case sometime in the next two weeks. While all parties to the dispute have been eagerly awaiting the verdict, one man in particular is counting down to the day the Ram Temple is constructed. Kameshwar Chaupal, who belongs to a Dalit family, had laid ...

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    Emulate the Mahatma’s vision in our lives

    Dr. Mohan Bhagwat Poojya Mahatma Gandhi is prominent among luminaries whose names were etched in the history of modern and the rising Independent Bharat, a glorious chapter in its eternal and epochal journey. Bharat is the land of spirituality, and its progress is rested on the same. Mahatma Gandhi laid the foundation and built a polity based on this. Gandhiji’s efforts were not limited to power politics. H ...

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    Hedgewar lives on through the organisation he created

    He chose to create a different kind of parivar, one that rose above caste and external divisions that plagued Hindu society. A few days before Keshav Rao Hedgewar breathed his last, he stood before a gathering of swayamsevaks and delivered what was to be his last address. Channelling all of his depleted strength, the fiery orator and freedom fighter, aware that his end was near, set forth his vision as a li ...

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    Godse Haasan and Hindus

    “Free India’s first terrorist was a Hindu. His name was Nathuram Godse.” Thus spoke the Oracle Kamal Haasan. Haasan refers to the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi in January, 1948. Utter novices these Hindus! Despite being the first to adopt terrorism they shockingly allowed themselves to be surpassed by those more adept at slaughter and mayhem! And what have they to show? Only a Nathuram Godse. Godse was ar ...

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    Gandhiji and RSS

    The poll bugle has been sounded, and political leaders are busy in delivering campaign speeches as per the culture and tradition of their respective parties. In one of such speeches, the leader of a party proclaimed that the vote this time around would be a choice between Gandhi and Godse. Those who follow Gandhian ideology pay special attention to their utterances and never take the name of Godse. I have p ...

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