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2002 Gujarat riots : What The Media Dont Want You To Know

2002 Gujarat riots : What The Media Dont Want You To Know

On a visit to UK we once again witness recycled  half-truths and vilifications replete with false allegations against Prime Minister Narendra Modi doing their rounds in the Indian and Western media regarding the 2002 Gujarat Riots. One of the biggest accusations by the media has been that as chief minister of Gujarat Modi never took [...]

May 29, 2014 HHR Archives, India 1

Why Christians and Muslims should vote for Narendra Modi – George Augustine

Why Christians and Muslims should vote for Narendra Modi – George Augustine

India, a secular democracy or a theocracy? In a secular democracy, as is professed by India, the state should not interfere in the personal beliefs of its citizens. The freedom of faith or religion is the right of an individual. So, it follows, in a truly secular state, all its citizens ought to be perceived [...]

March 25, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

The Wharton brouhaha: Let’s get the facts on Modi right

The Wharton brouhaha: Let’s get the facts on Modi right

The allegation that the chief minister of Gujarat did nothing to prevent a ‘series of orchestrated riots’ in 2001 is indeed serious. This needs some deliberation and analysis since this has been the most frequently made charge against Modi, says Colonel (retd) Anil Athale. Just when one thought that enough ink has been spilled on [...]

March 27, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 0