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The Colonised Indians

The Colonised Indians

  Definition of a Colonised Person A colonized person is a person who is disconnected from his or her Roots (History, Religion, Culture etc), they grow up watching, reading, consuming western content; In universities they study western philosophies, so they start looking at the world from the lenses of western world and western philosophers point [...]

July 27, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

Is Richard Dawkins Reviving Eugenics?

Is Richard Dawkins Reviving Eugenics?

The recent furore over the controversial BBC documentary ‘Storyville: India’s Daughters’ has now drawn distinguished biologist and militant atheist Richard Dawkins into the fray. The film examines the values and mindsets of the rapists, and interviews the two lawyers who defended the men convicted of Jyoti’s rape and murder in 2012 on a Delhi bus. [...]

March 10, 2015 Ranbir Singh Hindu Phobics, World Focus 0

Narendra Modi and Hindu Resurgence

Narendra Modi and Hindu Resurgence

Modi Phenomenon There is a new phenomenon on the world scene: his name is Narendra Modi.  Born in a small Gujarat town in a low caste but devoted Hindu family, very poor but laborious, already as a child he helped his father in his job as tea vendor at the Vadnagar railway station. In the [...]

July 31, 2014 Mataji Parama Karuna Devi Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Decolonising India’s education

Decolonising India’s education

A national newspaper carried an article on July 1st that bemoaned (rightly so) the disparity in education between the haves and the have-nots, between the 20 per cent who study in English medium private schools and the 80 per cent who study in vernacular government schools. The author proposed an outlandish solution to bridge the [...]

July 11, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

India’s English obsession must end

India’s English obsession must end

India is like Europe. The European Union has 24 official languages. All 24 are used for outbound communication. All laws are released in 24 languages. Each state has engineering, medicine, business in their own language. India’s languages serve a larger number of people than many European states. There is no reason why we cannot adopt [...]

June 26, 2014 HHR Archives, India 0

Britain took more out of India than it put in – could China do the same to Britain?

Britain took more out of India than it put in – could China do the same to Britain?

Large parts of India’s economy were destroyed by British technology in the 1800s, and by deals that favoured British shareholders. Today, it’s China that holds that kind of power According to an editorial published in China‘s Global Times to coincide with this week’s London visit of premier Li Keqiang, the British live in “an old, [...]

June 23, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 2

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 2

The creation of Pakistan was to have devastating long-term consequences for world security. But the first people to suffer would be the Bengali-speaking majority in that state. In this the very western democracies who had fought Nazism and conducted the Nuremberg Trials would not just be complicit in the ensuing genocide but actively support it. [...]

May 2, 2014 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 2

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 1

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 1

When the Indian elections  were looming back in 2014 the western media was full of hysteria and paranoia reminiscent out of some science fiction novel depicting a dystopian future where human civilisation has all but collapsed. Led by the anti-Hindu rag known as the Guardian, we were repeatedly fed a constant feed of dire warnings [...]

April 16, 2014 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 2

The West and India : Never the twain shall meet ?

The West and India : Never the twain shall meet ?

Since the attacks of 9/11 we have been told that there is a war on terror. But India was suffering such terrorism long before this yet the rest of the world averted its gaze. In fact it is a sad indictment of the self-appointed leaders of the Free World, Britain and America, that they would [...]

January 9, 2014 Ranbir Singh Archives, World Focus 2

When Mahatma Gandhi followed Dhritarashtra

When Mahatma Gandhi followed Dhritarashtra

The great Pandurang Shastri once said that that the most adharmic thing that anyone did in the entire Mahabharata was a message sent by King Dhritarashtra to Yudhisthir prior to the outbreak of the Great War. The message was along the lines of: “Dear Yudhisthir. You are righteous, but my sons are foolish and stubborn. You [...]

November 24, 2013 Rajesh Patel Analysis/Insights, Archives 0