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September Month Articles

  • Beyond sweet talk and tempting deals
    • Minxin Pei
      As New Delhi gets ready to roll out the red carpet for Chinese President Xi Jinping, the question on the minds of most observers is..........
  • New al Qaeda wing in South Asia claims major attack
    • Maria Golovnina
      Al Qaeda's South Asia wing has claimed responsibility for hijacking a Pakistani naval ship and trying to use it to fire rockets at U.S. vessels in the Arabian Sea, in the first major assault by the newly created group.............
  • Religion: Chinese Abbot's Defeat in Tibet
    • Jamyang Dorjee Chakrishar
      Pandit Kamalashila famously defeated the Chinese abbot Mahayana Hashang in the great debate at Samyé (the first monastery built in Tibet)............
  • Portugal's Jihadists
    • Soeren Kern
      Portugal, like Spain, also figures prominently in a map produced by the jihadist group Islamic State [IS] that outlines a five-year plan for expanding its Islamic Caliphate into Europe..........
  • And then the waters rose
    • Jaya Jaitly
      As August slipped into September, Kashmir was its usual idyllic, picturesque self. The evening sun was gentle and golden............
  • On Whose Side is
    • Organiser.Org
      Last week I had written “Media needs Monitoring”. I had given some examples for the same. I didn’t need to repeat my view............
  • THANKLESS INDIA
    • PR Ramesh
      The manhunt for Yasin Bhatkal was India’s most meticulously planned undercover operation. An Open Exclusive chronicles India’s most sensational stakeout.............
  • India’s 9/11 began centuries ago
    • Poulasta Chakraborthy
      One should respect Ayman Muhammad Rabi al-Zawahiri’s perfect sense of timing. On 3 September 2014, the long-time second-in-command and present head of the dreaded terror organization Al-Qaeda.............
  • Mahatma Ayyankali—A brief profile
    • Poulasta Chakraborthy
      On 8 September 2014, a historic moment was witnessed as for the first time, the celebrations of Dalit icon Mahatma Ayyankali’s birth anniversary was attended by the Prime Minister of India..............
  • "VHP AT A GLANCE"
    • Champat Rai
      Compiled on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee Year (50 Years) of the global body by Ma. Shri Champat Rai, Secretary General, Vishva Hindu Parishad............
  • The roots of communal polarization
    • Minhaz Merchant
      With assembly byelections in Uttar Pradesh due on Saturday, September 13, communal polarization is already a reality..........
  • Abe-Modi bromance goes beyond trade ties
    • Swapan Dasgupta
      Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mischievous aside in Tokyo about “secular” critics at home question ing his gift of the Bhagavad Gita to Emperor Akihito wasn’t out of place in Japan.........
  • Old girls’ club passes baton to GenNext
    • Bella Jaisinghani
      Over a century ago, Govardhandas Tripathi, author of the Gujarati classic 'Saraswatichandra' became distressed after a young female relative.........
  • Of Hindu, Hindustan, Hindi
    • Sanjeev Nayyar
      Our problem is that we look at these words from a non-Indic perspective, says Sanjeev Nayyar............
  • China, Tibet, and Marxist Propaganda
    • Claude Arpi
      Xinhua recently released a text called the ‘Lhasa Consensus’. It is said to be the resolutions reached at the end of the ‘2014 Forum on the Development of Tibet..........
  • Jihad of a more potent kind sweeps the world
    • Sandhya Jain
      It is necessary to take cognisance of the ‘sexual jihad ’ being embraced, apparently voluntarily, by many young Muslim women across the Islamic world...........
  • Germany's "Sharia Police"
    • Soeren Kern
      According to Burkhard Freier, the director of domestic intelligence for North Rhine-Westphalia...........
  • Narendra Modi as the anti-Nehru
    • Rajeev Mantri & Harsh Gupta
      Narendra Modi represents the comprehensive philosophical counter to the Nehruvian consensus............
  • Weekly Coloumn Back Home
    • Mohan Sethi
      POLIO BEATEN OUT OF INDIA, Great News: India is on its way to get the World Health Organisation.............
  • RaGa Razzmatazz
    • Ravi Shankar
      Outside Rahul Gandhi’s bedroom at 12 Tughlaq Lane, Kanishka Singh and Madhusudan Mistry are telling Manmohan jokes..............
  • Return of the Nataraja
    • R. Rajaram
      The villagers are waiting with hope for the iconic piece to be brought back to the temple from where it was stolen............
  • "VHP AT A GLANCE"
    • Champat Rai
      Compiled on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee Year (50 Years) of the global body by Ma. Shri Champat Rai, Secretary General, Vishva Hindu Parishad..............
  • The Phobia of Being Called Islamophobic
    • Ali A. Rizvi
      As of this writing, the National September 11 Memorial Museum still hasn't caved in. But the pressure is building, and it feels very familiar.............
  • Minorities and The Problem Of National Integration
    • J P Sharma
      One of the oddities from which our Constitution suffers is that while it does not define the term “Minority,” it contains numerous provisions specifying the rights of the Minorities............
  • Modi @ 100
    • NDTV.com
      You have rated the Narendra Modi government at a high 4.2 out of a possible 5 on its first 100 days in office............
  • Month of Plain Talking
    • Bharat Karnad
      All diplomacy is calculation but it is how the lines of national interests and strategy clash or converge that are of concern during state visits which...........
  • View teaching as a way of life: Modi
    • Anita Joshua
      The PM advised teachers to be always two steps ahead of time to help students keep abreast with the fast-changing world...........
  • Fantasising about peace with Pakistan
    • G Parthasarathy
      Dialogue makes sense if a government can deliver on its promises. But Nawaz Sharif is being undermined by his army...............
  • Intellectuals refuse to see love jihad
    • Ravi Shanker Kapoor
      When liberals and intellectuals do not see what they like to see, they don’t come to terms with the objective reality.............
  • Modi’s ‘chai pe charcha’ with Abe
    • The Hindu
      Modi sat on the floor with knees bent as is the tradition in Japan and drank tea from a special cup. Abe sat next to him to share the moment................
  • Behind China’s Hindu temples, a forgotten history
    • Ananth Krishnan
      In and around Quanzhou, a bustling industrial city, there are shrines that historians believe may have been part of a network of more than a dozen Hindu temples and shrines...............
  • RSS Worker Killed in Kannur as Amit Shah Visits Kerala
    • Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Sanchari Bhattacharya
      A Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS activist was allegedly hacked to death in Kannur district of Kerala today and another is critically injured and in hospital...............
  • Sheila Dikshit fined Rs 3 lakh for non-appearance in court
    • Firstpost.com
      Former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit was on Saturday slapped with a fine of Rs 3 lakh by a Delhi court for failing to appear before it in a defamation case filed by her against BJP leader Vijender Gupta.............

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