Thirty-five years since the notorious Bhopal Gas Leak Tragedy, one of the deadliest industrial disasters in the world, yet, it did not leave any significant imprint on our national memory. The disconnect is such that it doesn’t even have a proper memorial. This tragedy has the misfortune of being dubbed as just one city’s grievance. … Continue reading Bhopal Gas Leak Tragedy – A nation that forgot its own.
Recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, feted by politicians, the Church and the world's media, Mother Teresa was born in what is called Yugoslavia/Bosnia in 1910. Born to albanian parents, she was at that time known as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu. Mother Teresa came from a very rich family – at least by the standards of her … Continue reading Nobel Laureate Mother Teresa – Debunking the myth !!
Recently, while reading several reports on the fraud involved in the Nalanda University reestablishment, I came across several media reports which referred to the destruction of the university some 800 years back. What surprised me that most media houses tried their best to distort the fact. The destruction of the ancient Nalanda was truly barbaric … Continue reading From Europe to Iraq to India: Time to end Muslim appeasement
Nalanda University was an ancient centre of learning in India, and among the first great universities in recorded history, predating such institutions of higher learning like Al-Azhar in Egypt (10th century AD), the University of Bologna in Italy (11th century AD), and Oxford University in England (12th century AD). It was also the first ever … Continue reading Nalanda University, Amartya Sen and the massive fraud in reconstruction !!
As per Indian secularism, the idea that there could be one law governing all citizens of the country (A Common Civil Code) is sure to divide the people. Indian secularism demands to insist on different laws for different communities. Abrogation of Article 370 - A privileged status given to one state and treating it differently … Continue reading Salient features of the Perverted Indian Secularism: