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Narendra Modi and RSS, Part 2: Rise of a backward caste as PM is highpoint of Sangh's Hindutva project
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Narendra Modi and RSS, Part 2: Rise of a backward caste as PM is highpoint of Sangh's Hindutva project

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s emergence as the tallest Hindutva leader coming from backward class is not a freak accident. It is consistent with the history of the RSS and its efforts to forge a Hindutva force subsuming all castes

As Centre, state govt blunder through NRC in Assam, lessons from 1951 exercise could proffer helpful pointers
India

As Centre, state govt blunder through NRC in Assam, lessons from 1951 exercise could proffer helpful pointers

The aim and scope of NRC in 2018 is the same as it was in 1951: To purge illegal immigration. There could be a debate on legacy data and its accuracy, but politics overshadowing the entire exercise may not further the State's interest

President Ram Nath Kovind greets Territorial Army officials on force's 68th Raising Day
India

President Ram Nath Kovind greets Territorial Army officials on force's 68th Raising Day

Top officials of the Territorial Army (TA) met President Ram Nath Kovind on the occassion of its 68th Raising Day, said a statement on Monday.

Jallikattu row: Protests in Tamil Nadu are not to stage bull-fights, but to safeguard cultural autonomy
India

Jallikattu row: Protests in Tamil Nadu are not to stage bull-fights, but to safeguard cultural autonomy

Had the protests supporting jallikattu been just for the love of a sport, tens of thousands of people wouldn’t have poured onto the streets. For an average Tamil, the protests are about protecting their cultural sovereignty and autonomy

Nehru desperately tried to stop Rajendra Prasad from becoming 1st President, says new book
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Nehru desperately tried to stop Rajendra Prasad from becoming 1st President, says new book

Jawaharlal Nehru lied to stop Rajendra Prasad from becoming the president after the country's independence, a new book claims.