It was reported that people were initially unsure about the whereabouts of the alligator after Berlin was bombed in November 1943
Fox Sports Australia apologises for broadcasting Adolf Hitler's image during National Rugby League show
Fox Sports Australia issued an apology, saying it was concerned about a digitally manipulated image shown during the Sunday Night with Matty Johns program.
'There was an air of freedom in the country': Arun Jaitley on post-Emergency euphoria, in posthumously published book
With a foreword by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Juggernaut Books has posthumously published Arun Jaitley's A New India: Selected Writings 2014 — 19. Read an excerpt here.
Protests or not, politics and the Olympics have always been intertwined.
Fashion was used under fascism to push their agendas. And certain fashion brands made money — indeed built their empires — through their complicity with fascist regimes | Manjima Bhattacharjya writes in 'Curious Fashion'
The context in which Renia wrote the diary was indeed that of, first, the Soviet occupation of eastern Poland in September 1939, and then, after June 1941, the German occupation, with all that entailed: round-ups, shootings, the yellow star, the creation of the ghetto, the scramble to obtain work permits to avoid deportation
Psychology behind NRC mirrors narrow, dominating side of Assamese language, and its fragile nationalism, cultural identity
If psychology of Nazism shows us the savage part of that ideology, the sympathisers of NRC shows us a lack of moral compass, guilt, empathy for other humans and a fetish for a homeland which is no less anti-Semitic in terms of who it wished to exclude.
Imran Khan deplores revocation of Article 370 in J&K, accuses India of attempting to change region's demography 'through ethnic cleansing'
Imran Khan took to social media to attack New Delhi once again over attempting to 'change the demography of Kashmir through ethnic cleansing'.
There’s a sense of inevitability about the internet and Hitler jokes, one would argue — at this point, the phenomenon is approaching axiomatic status.
Kejriwal's tweet depicting man with broom chasing Swastika an attack on Hitler, not intended to hurt Hindus, says AAP
The opposition party claimed that the picture, shared by Kejriwal on 20 March, showed a man chase a "Hindu swastika" with a broom, the symbol of Delhi's ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).
Nayantara Sahgal on her new book The Fate of Butterflies, the times we live in and what lies ahead for India
Author Nayantara Sahgal on her new book, the times we live in and why she believes that India is at a crossroad which will determine her future.
Letter shows fearful Albert Einstein long before Nazis' rise: 'Here are brewing economically and politically dark times...'
More than a decade before the Nazis seized power in Germany, Albert Einstein was on the run and already fearful for his country's future, according to a newly revealed handwritten letter.
Hitler angrily reacts to everything on the internet. He has now reacted to the return of Nawaz Sharif before the Pakistan elections.
Iran hits out at 'simple-minded' Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for likening Tehran's supreme leader to Hitler
Iran, on Thursday, lashed out at Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, calling him "simple-mind" after the powerful young royal likened Iran's supreme leader to Adolf Hitler
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is 'new Hitler of the Middle East' says Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has denounced Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as the "new Hitler of the Middle East", as tensions simmer between the regional rivals
Samajwadi Party accuses BJP of misusing central agencies like ED, CBI; compares its rule to Hitler's
BJP was the prime target at the Samajwadi Party's national convention in Agra with the Akhilesh Yadav-led party accusing it of playing divisive politics, spreading lies and misusing agencies like the ED and the CBI.
Responding to Rahul Gandhi's remark drawing parallels between NDA government and Nazi regime, union minister Smriti Irani took on Congress on Friday
Fake news is a menace not because it spreads misinformation, which is does, but because it’s fiction that breathes life into our innermost prejudices.
Sparking a new controversy over the Father of the Nation, Vij said on Saturday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a "bigger brand" than Mahatma Gandhi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's absence is not born out of necessity but perhaps the unstated belief that Parliament deserves no explanations or answers.