One can think of at least four such major hurdles to a truly independent India.
In Eeb Allay Ooo!, Prateek Vats uses monkeys as metaphor to satirise blind faith and superstition in modern India
Ten years ago, Delhi-6 had an imaginary 'kaala bandar' as a symbol of communal bias. But in Prateek Vats' Eeb Allay Ooo!, monkeys pose a very real and urgent threat to society.
Resident of Sindh province becomes first Hindu pilot to be inducted into Pakistan Air Force, says local news outlet
In a first for Pakistan, a Hindu has been selected as a pilot in the country's air force. The youth, Rahul Dev, has been recruited as a General Duty (GD) pilot officer
Coronavirus Outbreak: Mohan Bhagwat’s words against stigmatisation and blaming of Muslims is timely; throws light on RSS philosophy
The RSS recognises that its strength lies in staying connected to the people, and it understands that any shift in collective mindset can only be done through conversation, engagement and persuasion over a long period of time.
Gangaur Puja is celebrated in parts of India on the third day of the Hindu month Chaitra, which falls in March or April
'Anti-CAA protesters understand rights, but not their duties’: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi says Shaheen Bagh is an example of 'people's dilemma’
Union minority affairs minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi termed the Shaheen Bagh protest against CAA as an example of the dilemma between rights and duties of the people
'Patriotic Hindu Brahmin women': On RSS' regressive obsession with purity, and its links to ancient Aryavarta
There are signs of change in the traditional order of things in society, compared to a generation or two ago. This seems to be worrying the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), whose chief Mohan Bhagwat, in a public address, recently stated that cases of divorce have increased a lot of late, because people fight over trifles.
RSS' Bhaiyyaji Joshi says Hindu community 'not synonymous' with BJP, political fight should not be linked to religion
Invoking history, the RSS leader said Hindus never invaded other countries. 'Whatever wars Hindus had fought were for self defence. Everyone has the right to self defence,' he said.
Senior lawyer, battery of spiritual leaders, Ayodhya-based homeopathic doctor among members of trust constituted for Ram Temple construction
The Centre on Wednesday constituted an independent 15-member Trust to oversee the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya, after an announcement made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Lok Sabha
Row over Mohan Bhagwat's 'two-child' policy remarks rooted in Opposition's strategy of demonising RSS for political gain
It matters little whether the RSS is indeed running a Hindu majoritarian project or wishes to strip Muslims of their religious identity or plans to deport them out of India — what matters is the perception built around it
Will India's economic downturn spur course correction, or will Hindu nationalism enable the decline to perpetuate itself?
That India’s optimistic future is overtaken by concerns about the road ahead. Bangladesh’s rise seems more imminent than India’s. Will economic decline spur course correction? Or, will Hindu nationalism enable the decline to perpetuate itself?
Yogi Adityanath's office hits back at Priyanka Gandhi, says Uttar Pradesh CM wore saffron clothes for 'public service'
Hours after Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi commented on saffron clothes of UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath, the latter's office hit back, asserting that he wore saffron robe for 'public service after sacrificing everything'
Opportunities, not religious persecution, make Bangladeshis flock to India; border residents fear more immigration on pretext of atrocities
For people living along the northern Dhubri sector of India-Bangladesh border in western Assam, their friends from Bangladesh have more than a single perspective to share on the Citizenship Amendment Act
RSS regards 130 crore population of India as Hindu society, irrespective of their religion, caste, claims RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said the Sangh regards the 130 crore population of India as Hindu society, irrespective of their religion and culture
CAA protests: Notice served to over 60 people in Uttar Pradesh's Rampur and Gorakhpur for recovery of damage to property
The Rampur administration has issued notices to 28 people 'identified for violence' during last week's anti-citizenship law protests in Rampur, asking them to explain their position or pay for damage caused to public and private property
Citizenship Amendment Act: Mass awareness campaign need of the hour as misinformation on law fuels protests, serves vested interests
The fact is blatant misinformation about this Act has been spread by vested interests and this misinformation is bringing this country to the brink of a full-blown riot.
Kamal Nath says Citizenship Act amended to divert attention from economic slowdown, accuses Centre of practising ‘politics of distraction’
Addressing newspersons at the Indian Women's Press Club, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath said he was most worried about the future of Indian youths
Anti-CAB protests rock North East India as Rajya Sabha passes contentious legislation; demonstrators stage massive rallies
The anger in the northeastern states against the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2019, showed no signs of abating on the second consecutive day on Wednesday, which was marked by large-scale protests and lockdowns
Nature of protests in Assam show North East agitating against citizenship bill to protect indigenous culture from outsiders, not for 'secular' India
Protesters in Assam say they would oppose Citizenship (Amendment) Bill even if it included all religions, revealing a huge mismatch between the reasons behind the North East's agitation against CAB and that of the Congress party
Citizenship Amendment Bill: From delinking religion to no geographical restrictions, National Register of Citizens is not CAB
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 is an instrument to grant citizenship to a particular set of illegal migrants while National Register of Citizens is an exercise to differentiate illegal migrants from bona fide citizens.