Hurtful Allegations

Hurtful Allegations

Is Israel selling weapons to Pakistan?

 

More in India

  • The myth of Islamic contribution to India

    The myth of Islamic contribution to India

    Is it ignorance or agenda that drives Indian history narrative? The myth about Islamic contribution to India Actor Girish Karnad’s attack against V.S Naipaul,a Nobel laureate and celebrated author, at the Tata Literature Live festival was totally undeserving and in bad taste. It smacked of deep-seated prejudice and ignorance. Girish […]

     
  • Demographic trend and the Hindu vote

    Demographic trend and the Hindu vote

    Muhammad Ali Jinnah was convinced Muslims couldn’t coexist with Hindus. It’s another matter that he used a different excuse to further his agenda. Something that purportedly went by wanting to protect rights of Muslims in a Hindu majority India. Thus came into existence the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The country’s […]

     
  • Assam Riots 2012: A saga of death and denial

    Assam Riots 2012: A saga of death and denial

    This is a guest post by a friend and well wisher of Centre Right India. The author can be found on Twitter as @vivekbabaji While Tarun Gogoi may dismiss that the entire state of Assam is not burning and only a few districts are it also goes on to highlight the […]

     
  • Illegal migration – A serious issue

    Illegal migration – A serious issue

    This is a guest post by a friend and well wisher of Centre Right India. The author can be reached on Twitter at @IgnitedBrain This article attempts to explore the dangerous side of illegal migration that has plagued India for decades. The on going Assam riots have triggered a new […]

     
  • The Anatomy of an Internet Hindu

    The Anatomy of an Internet Hindu

    There has been much chitchat about “internet Hindus” (IH) of late, on Al Jazeera, twitter, the blogosphere, and perhaps smoke-filled drawing rooms of sinister forces planning to wreak havoc upon the world 🙂 Jokes aside, there has been much discussion of the term ‘internet Hindu’ recently, but everyone has clung […]

     
  • Theatre of the Absurd

    Theatre of the Absurd

    Earlier this afternoon something rather strange happened with me. I was scrolling down my Twitter timeline when I came across some tweets joking about Youth Congress members burning copies of Times of India rather than TIME magazine, protesting the cover story that was rather critical of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s […]

     
  • RTE: Asking the Unasked Question

    RTE: Asking the Unasked Question

    The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act or Right to Education Act (RTE) was passed amid great fanfare by the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) in August 2009, and came into force on, ironically, Fool’s Day – April 1, 2010. The provisions of the Act and its demerits have […]

     
  • Mental slavery of Indian intellectuals

    Mental slavery of Indian intellectuals

    One of the biggest deficiency of relying on contemporary historical records of the Muslim occupation of India is that most of the works were sponsored by the rulers to embellish their reign or private enterprise in recording history was to gain favour. In some cases the records were made very […]