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The life and legacy of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji: The Ninth Guru

February 6, 2021

When you enter Delhi from Haryana through Singhu border the first thing you notice is a memorial dedicated to Ninth Sikh Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji maintained by government of Delhi. As per the Delhi govt’s website “This complex has been constructed in the area of 11.87 acres with a 24 meter high central pylon […]

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Peace, Protest and Pakistan

January 30, 2021

What happened on 26th January on the ramparts of Lal Quila can never be forgotten and is embarked on the consciousness of every Indian. The agitation of farmers for scrapping of three farm laws was used as a launchpad for unleashing the anti- India agenda. The support and funding of this new “anti-India” is not […]

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Protest for Whom and What?

January 27, 2021

The horror unleashed on the roads of Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day have put down the head of every Indian in shame. The ramparts of Redfort that once witnessed the first rays of sunlight of the independent India on 15th August 1947 were maligned with miscreants unfurling a religious flag on the same […]

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“X-ray of Tablighi Jamaat”

May 10, 2020

–Written By Apoorv Mishra “Tabligi” means teachers and “Jamaat” means society. So, Tablighi Jamaat means “Society of teachers”. It was founded by Deobandi Islamic scholar Mohammed Ilyas Al-Kandhlawi in Mewat, British India in 1926. Al-Kandhlawi’s goal was establish a group of dedicated Muslim preachers as a Muslim revivalist society with the aim of purifying and […]

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“South Korean Model : Global Hope against Covid-19”

May 10, 2020

–Written By Apoorv Mishra South Korea is being applauded by the whole world for its successful fight in containing the Corona Virus. It was having a bigger escalation than Italy in terms of daily rise in cases, with around 950 new cases reported on a single day. Since then, their government took a series of […]

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A report on: Where did WHO fail?

May 10, 2020

–Written By Apoorv Mishra World Health Organization derives extraordinary powers from International Health Regulations(IHR) which were amended in 2005 and are aimed at handling the pandemics. However, WHO couldn’t utilize these powers and its negligence costed the world dearly.  First, it grants the power to WHO to act on non-state sources of information and question […]

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The RSS and affiliate Sewa Bharti’s relentless relief work amid Lockdown

April 26, 2020

Recent, countrywide lockdown declared by the Prime Minister on 24th March in view of the looming Covid-19 crisis, created some panic like situation in Delhi among the marginalized section especially the poor, migrant laborers and daily wagers. And like every time, the RSS cadres are on the ground to reach out to those in panic […]

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High calls for the students, academicians and scholars amid JNU, Jamia violence

January 6, 2020

“Strange but true that the advocates of the tolerance in their conduct have been intolerant enough to tolerate Vivekanand’s statue in JNU. The defacement of his statue was the last nail in the coffin of red terror. A candle flickers brightest just before it goes out. The recent violence and hampering of admission process in […]

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The Pacifists need to Shut up

December 18, 2019

–Written by Anhad Jakhmola George Friedman, while addressing a group of students spoke about how war is always a part of human civilizational history and no such century has been without one. Very mildly but with a tinge of salt, he spoke about the original uses and ideas of various parts of the mobile phones […]

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साम्प्रदायिता कि चपेट में विश्विद्यालय

December 18, 2019

राज्य सभा में नागरिकता (संशोधन) विधेयक  2019 के पारित होने से व्यापक असंतोष देखा जा रहा है। देश के अलग-अलग हिस्सों में विरोध प्रदर्शन हो रहें हैं, कुछ शांतिपूर्ण और कुछ उपद्रवी। ऐसा ही एक विरोध प्रदर्शन नई दिल्ली के जामिया मिलिया इस्लामिया विश्विद्यालय में शुरू किया गया। पूरा परिसर “अज़ादी” के नारे से गूँज […]

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Jamians and CAB: The alternate perspective

December 15, 2019

–Written By Rahul Kaul Vakil The passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 in the Rajya Sabha saw widespread dissent. Different parts of the country saw protests, some peaceful and the others not so much. One such protest was initiated at Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi. The entire campus was pierced by the cries for […]

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Daryaganj book market shutdown: a threat to the legacy

September 21, 2019

–Written By Prashant Kumar Law Faculty Bhagat Singh was reading “State and Revolution” by Vladimir Lenin, while he was asked for getting hanged, he asked executioners to wait as “A revolutionary is talking to another revolutionary”. After some time, he kept the book and said: ” Let us go”. Bhagat Singh was an ardent reader […]

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