What Is Rafale Deal Controversy? In September 2016, India signed an inter-governmental agreement with France, called the "Rafale deal", in which India bought 36 off-the-shelf Dassault Rafale twin-engine fighters for a price estimated to be Rs. 59,000 crore or 7.8 billion Euros. The failure of communications on the part of the Modi government aside, it is astonishing … Continue reading Decoding the India-France G2G Rafale Deal:
In an unprecedented move, top four judges of Supreme Court, Justice J. Chelameswar, Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Madan Lokur AND Justice Kurien Joseph addressed the media making public their differences with the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Mishra, accusing the CJI of assigning cases to benches of his preference. A highly unusual and utterly sad … Continue reading Award Wapsi – Episode 3
"When I returned to my Country, I first went to Lokamanya Tilak. He appeared tall like the Himalayas. I thought it was not possible for me to scale the heights and returned. Then I went to Deshbandhu Gokhale. He appeared deep, like the ocean. I saw that it was not possible for me to gauge … Continue reading Bharat Ratna – Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya
We are living in a time, when the moment we hear the term 'NGO' (Non Government Organization), it alerts us. Recently, the Delhi high court has advocated for toughening of licensing norms for NGOs truly observing: "most private run so called philanthropic organizations do not understand their social responsibilities. 99% of the existing NGOs are … Continue reading Humanitarian Aid International (HAI)
3 years back on 9th February 2012, the mastermind terrorist of the attack on Indian Parliament (Dec 13, 2001), AFZAL GURU was hanged to his death. In the Jihadi Nurturing University (JNU), Leftist students called for a 'Cultural Evening" to commemorate the “judicial killing” of Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhat. Whole of the campus was covered with … Continue reading The Left-Lib mask falling apart
Surya Sen, also known as Masterda, was a prominent revolutionary and was the chief architect of the anti-British freedom movement in Chittagong, Bengal (now in Bangladesh). On January 12, 1934, the British officials entered the cell of their captured revolutionary and brutally tortured him by breaking all his teeth, limbs, and joints with a hammer. The torture … Continue reading Forgotten Liberators: Masterda Surya Sen
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 24,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 9 sold-out performances for that many … Continue reading 2015 in review
Not many people know him but he was a brave gallantry personified soldier of Mother India. This Adivasi hero single-handedly changed the course of the Indo-Pak battle in Gangasagar in 1971. Lance Naik Albert Ekka was born in Gumla, Bihar (now Jharkhand) on 27th December 1942. Albert Ekka was the son of Julius and Mariam Ekka. Born and brought … Continue reading Albert Ekka – Galantry personified !!
The very first thought of छठ-पर्व (Chhath Parv) makes me nostalgic. Reminds me of my mother (Maa) who had been observing "Chhath" for last three decades. Maa resides in Jamshedpur (part of erstwhile Bihar, now in Jharkhand) and after much persuasion she has now stopped performing it since last year because she is not in the best … Continue reading Chhath (छठ-पर्व) – the symbol of piety and reverence !!
This outrage over Kerala House over #BeefRaid issue is plain drama. Let me debunk this drama thoroughly but before proceeding on facts, let me constitutionally define Secularism to all secular brigade as the basic premise. "A Secular state does not mean equal respect for all religions rather it is equally indifferent to all religions. Secularism … Continue reading #BeefRaid issue is plain drama.