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May Month Article

  • Ahilya's Daughters
    • Shefali Vaidya
      The story of Devi Ahilyabai Holkar, the austere queen who ruled from Maheshwar, near Ujjain and rebuilt........
  • Memories of an RSS martyr’s son
    • Jayakrishnan
      RSS leader Nadikkandi Haridas was hacked to death by the CPM 38 years ago in 1979. Sri. Haridas’s son, Hariprasad........
  • How Nations Confront Their History
    • Nandinibahri-dhanda.com
      Shaving of heads, the fumigation of people who were till last week doctors, lawyers, teachers, bakers, bus drivers........
  • Columnist in a soup over dog poo
    • Sharad Vyas
      Taking your dog out for a walk got complicated in December after the BMC decided to implement the cleanliness bylaws 2006....…
  • Farmers reap bumper harvest, cash crunch ebbs
    • Sharmila Bhowmick | TNN
      The bumper wheat harvest in April has restored the cash flow to the farmers of Gautam Budh Nagar who were reeling under a liquidity crunch only six months ago...…
  • Turning down China
    • Ram Madhav
      But India’s staying away from the OBOR mega show will not affect bilateral relations adversely.....…
  • CRPF conducts 200 operations, nabs 72 Naxals
    • The Times of India
      Going all out against Maoists since the Sukma attack, the Central Reserve Police Force has conducted around 200 special operations with a reworked strategy....…
  • Minor’s rape: CWC officials removed
    • The Times of India
      The Social Justice Department has formally removed Wayanad Child Welfare Committee (CWC) chairman Thomas Joseph Therakam...…..
  • The forgotten king
    • Aneesh Gokhale
      Hemu, the last Hindu ruler of Delhi, has left behind a legacy of courage in the face of overwhelming odds..…..
  • Being anti-Hindu is no longer fashionable
    • Saurabh Sharma
      “While liberals are leery of religious fundamentalism in general, they consistently imagine that all religions at their core teach the same thing and teach it equally well.…..
  • How BJP Is Healing Manipur, Wounded By Multiple Cuts
    • Rajat Sethi
      Manipur has taught the world some of the boldest ways of protests. The "Iron Lady of Manipur" Irom Chanu Sharmila spent 16 years of her life on hunger strike demanding the repeal of the Armed Forces.…..
  • The last stand
    • Sandeep Unnithan
      India's greatest internal security threat from Maoist fighters is receding, but state complacency continues to cost lives.....…..
  • How John Dayal helps break India
    • Anirban Ganguly
      Dr. Anirban Ganguly’s analysis of how Sonia Gandhi’s aide, John Dayal testified against India before a US body that meddles in India’s internal affairs.….…..
  • Manu Joseph's Modi Phobia
    • Irfan Iqbal Gheta
      Manu Joseph’s “Women in the Right Wing” in Mint has sent shockwaves for its misogynist tone. In this much talked about article.….…..
  • How Bidar beat back the drought
    • The Hindu
      As Karnataka reels under drought, an academic is helping restore indigenous systems that were Bidar’s water lifeline 600 years ago. Lalitha Sridhar reports….…..

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