Macron’s China visit: Ukraine is just the cover, it’s all about money, honey
The French President brings with him a high-level business delegation hoping to sell to the Chinese the Airbuses, nuclear plants, and all kinds of French technology. Yes, it is a purely an economical trip, couched in diplomatic sugar-coating
Teesta Setalvad is just the tip of anti-India iceberg
To think that Teesta Setalvad’s arrest alone would be enough to fix anti-India, anti-Hindu and anti-Modi narratives would be foolhardy
Stadium saga is tip of VVIP iceberg: Why Modi government has failed to rein in this Congress culture
In spite of laudable efforts on the part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the VVIP culture has survived the change of government and still plagues India
How discovery of Shivling at Gyanvapi mosque holds key to amicable Hindu-Muslim relations
There is no denying that Hindu temples were destroyed and mosques were built in their place. Truth, reconciliation and a bit of generosity alone will help heal centuries of wounds
Emmanuel Macron’s victory is good news for India, but France must do more to propel the relationship
When they meet early next month, Emmanuel Macron and Narendra Modi should aim for far-reaching and long-lasting agreements — economic, military, nuclear, geographical — even if these against the wishes of the US
The Kashmir Files: We are finally talking about the genocide of Hindus in Valley, but let’s not just stop at that
The success of ‘The Kashmir Files’ should not make us fall into the ‘politically correct’ mode — to talk about the Kashmiri Hindus, but do nothing to change the status quo
150th anniversary of Sri Aurobindo: What no one says about the Great Master
India needs to revive the spirit of Kshatriya which has been blunted by Mahatma Gandhi’s policies. And for that, we need to rediscover the true nationalism as preached and practised by Sri Aurobindo
What the just concluded Beijing Winter Olympics tells us about China and the great Indian complacency
Indian political leaders look so happy with themselves, so complacent and self-satisfied… Where is the drive, where is the ambition, where is the hard, unwavering will to project India in the 21st century as a superpower?
Karnataka hijab controversy: Why Modi government should seriously think about Uniform Civil Code
The hijab controversy may seem harmless, but it is part of a deeper and vaster problem — the use of women by radical Islam to put across a militant message.
Why Indian history textbooks are in absolute and urgent need of revision
After seven years of the BJP government, the education that is given to children is basically a British leftover
Bangladesh, Fabindia episodes show Hindus are easy targets; they need to learn to defend themselves
Hindus have lost their spirit of Kshatriya-hood. They have become selfish and self-centred, cowering at the very sight of any danger. Yet, it is not too late for them to wake up.