In modern India, there was born a hero who was desperate to fight against the British Raj and his leadership qualities were so intensive that attracted people without a second thought. Let's meet one of the greatest heroes of Modern India. Early Life: Schooling, Christianity, and first Revolt Birsa was born at Bamba in a … Continue reading Birsa Munda-The first tribal martyr
In his recent blog titled "It’s not moderate Muslims’ fault" on Times of India, celebrity writer Chetan Bhagat tried defending the indefensible. Though I am an admirer of both his wit and clarity of thought, surprisingly this time I found his comprehension of the subject totally misplaced. I have noticed, in the celebration of being a … Continue reading Why Chetan Bhagat’s comprehension on “It’s not moderate Muslims’ fault” is misplaced !!
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 !!
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay was a profound Indian philosopher, economist, sociologist, historian, journalist and an eminent political activist. He was an organizer par excellence and a prominent leader of Jan Sangh who maintained the highest standards of personal integrity. Pandit Deendayal has been the source of ideological guidance and moral inspiration for the Bhartiya Janata Party since … Continue reading PANDIT DEENDAYAL UPADHYAY: TRIBUTE TO A GENTLE GIANT
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
It was February 1906. A grand exhibition had been arranged at Midnapur in Bengal. The intention was to hide the injustice of the British then ruling India. On exhibition were articles like pictures and puppets which could create the impression that the British rulers were doing much to help the people of India. There were … Continue reading FORGOTTEN LIBERATORS: KHUDIRAM BOSE & PRAFULLA CHAKI
Dr Shyama Prasad Mookherjee Early life and career Syama Prasad Mookerjee was born in a Bengali family on 6 July 1901 in Calcutta (Kolkata). His father was Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee, … Continue reading Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee: a heartfelt tribute
Marathon man Narendra Modi began his record breaking campaign for the 2014 general elections across India. This will take Modi’s quest for the Prime Minister’s job arguably to its most crucial battlegrounds. While UP and Bihar are going to see multi-cornered battles in 2014, other states in north and west have a straight fight with … Continue reading NARENDRA MODI BREAKS THE MANDAL BARRIER
It is time to take a rational look at the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, coming up in about 100 days. It is indeed a different election than all those fought in the last six-plus decades. Without a doubt it is going to be a fight between the Narendra Modi-led BJP versus the others. The “others” comprises a long list– a faceless Congress, the Communist Party, other regional parties like, SP, BSP, … Continue reading NARENDRA MODI FOR 2014: AN ANALYSIS
Narendra Modi began his campaign for the 2014 general elections in Uttar Pradesh and its neighboring state, Bihar. This will take Modi’s quest for the Prime Minister’s job arguably to its most crucial battlegrounds. UP and Bihar are going to see multi-cornered battles in 2014. Together, these states account for 120 seats, which translate to … Continue reading 2014 KEY BATTLEGROUNDS – UP AND BIHAR