Kuwait & India dispel misunderstandings and reinforce ties

The sudden visit of Kuwait’s Foreign Minister to India was motivated by a keen desire to overcome the awkwardness caused by anti-Citizenship Amendment Act activism by Indian diaspora, and their lobbying with members of the Government of Kuwait. *  Kuwait’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of State of Cabinet … Read More

Sasikala recusal clears Tamil Nadu pitch

Sasikala’s stunning about-turn, renouncing politics even before making an official debut after her release from prison on January 27, 2021, is eerily reminiscent of film star Rajinikanth’s abjuring the political realm before entering it. Both events occurred a day after Union Home Minister Amit Shah visited Chennai. The high profile … Read More

Meena Harris embarrasses White House

Meena Harris indulged in reckless grandstanding, racing to support a farmers’ protest that had turned violent on Republic Day and caused injuries to nearly 300 policemen. Meena Harris, American lawyer, entrepreneur, author, and famous in India for being the niece of US Vice President Kamala Harris, whose mother was of … Read More

आस्था को विज्ञान का प्रमाण : Faith gets evidence from Science

मार्च 2021 से एएसआई विश्व वंदनीय रामसेतु का वैज्ञानिक अध्ययन करने जा रहा है। यह जांच रामायण काल का निर्धारण करने के साथ ही इस पर प्रकाश डालेगी कि यह प्रभु राम के निर्देश पर बनने वाला वही पुल है जिससे वानर सेना ने सागर पार कर रावण की लंका … Read More

Unending tragedies and travails of the Baloch

When the Frontier Corps picked up Balochistan Students Organisation-Azad (BSO-A) chairman Zahid Baloch in broad daylight, in the presence of three female colleagues and other local persons on March 18, 2014, Karima Baloch stepped in as acting chairman to fill the vacuum. She pioneered women’s political activism in the troubled … Read More

Khalistan a Pakistani mission

Activists for an independent Khalistan have successfully made this chimera a political issue in Canada, though the idea has little resonance in India’s Punjab that is supposed to be its heartland. The project, according to Terry Milewski of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, is funded by “thugs and political hustlers” in Canada, … Read More

Ayodhya dispute prolonged by left nihilists

The anniversary of December 6 this year will likely pass unnoticed, subsumed by the farmer blockades of major highways leading to the capital, ostensibly in protest against laws that had long been demanded by farmers’ unions themselves. This follows a little noticed precedent set on December 4, 2019, when protests … Read More

Naxals surprise winners in Bihar polls

A hitherto little noticed Naxal outfit claiming lineage from Charu Majumdar, the Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Liberation (known as ‘Ma-Le’ in Bihar), has emerged as a surprising winner in the closely fought Bihar Assembly elections by riding piggyback with the opposition conglomerate (Mahagathbandhan). During the three-phase election campaign, national … Read More