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Video : ‘Scared to say I am Hindu’ : Anupam Kher

Video : ‘Scared to say I am Hindu’ : Anupam Kher

Mumbai: When actor Aamir Khan expressed alarm, publicly voiced and expressed his wife Kiran Rao’s fear about staying in the country due to the growing “intolerance,” he has been criticised for his remarks. Aamir faced extreme protests for his statement and still continues to receive abusive comments on social media for the same. But now, [...]

January 30, 2016 HHR Archives, HHR Videos, India 0

British Left hates Modi: Why Guardian attacked him

British Left hates Modi: Why Guardian attacked him

It is, of course, not out of any solidarity with India’s poor and suffering millions. I wept watching Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the British parliament. I found his desi accent difficult to follow, but cried nonetheless. In fact, I wept because of it, raising as it did so many personal issues for me. [...]

November 14, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

How dare you abuse Om: Modi needs to teach Hinduphobes a hard lesson

How dare you abuse Om: Modi needs to teach Hinduphobes a hard lesson

Hindus have been putting up with a lot more fashionable hatred than any other community in the world today. Can you picture a protest against a political figure in today’s tolerant and liberal world which involves a sacred symbol of his religion being used on the backdrop of a Nazi flag? Try picturing it. A [...]

November 10, 2015 HHR Archives, World Focus 0

How Modi’s demonisation fueled his rise

How Modi’s demonisation fueled his rise

‘What was predictable, but entirely missed by Modi’s strident critics, is that the excessive and intemperate demonisation of Modi allowed him to assume his own metaphor — the underdog, the martyr, the marginalised,’ says Dr Aseem Shukla. As the newly anointed Prime Minister Narendra Modi ascended the steps of India’s Parliament for the first time [...]

May 30, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

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

Modi’s US Visa Ban : Who was behind it ?

Modi’s US Visa Ban : Who was behind it ?

In March 2005, the United States denied a visa to Gujarat’s chief minister, Narendra Modi, now the Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate in next year’s Indian elections. The visa was denied because of Mr. Modi’s alleged role in the 2002 riots in Gujarat that left more than 1,000 dead, most of them Muslims. But it [...]

May 10, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Dr. Pravin Togadia Hate Speech or Another Case of Media Frame Up ?

Dr. Pravin Togadia Hate Speech or Another Case of Media Frame Up ?

Dr. Pravin Togadia Hate Speech or another Case of Media Frame up? “Evict Muslims from Hindu areas … If he does not relent, go with stones, tyres and tomatoes to his office. There is nothing wrong in it. Killers of Rajiv Gandhi have not been hanged … there is nothing to fear and the case [...]

April 21, 2014 HHR Archives, News updates 0

Not 2002, 2001 shapes my view on Modi

Not 2002, 2001 shapes my view on Modi

 I was an intern back then. Having done my diploma in journalism and mass communication, i was working with a senior journalist to learn the tricks of on-ground reporting and developing contacts.My mentor was a veteran journalist, aged about 52 years. Everyone used to call him Haji sahab. He had gone on Haj with family [...]

April 20, 2014 HHR Articles, India 0

Are Hindus dangerous?

Are Hindus dangerous?

Whenever news about India make it to the local Nuremberg newspaper, my mother reads them out to me on phone. Usually, those news portray India in a poor light, like ‘people died from cold on the streets of Delhi’ or, especially in the past year ever so often, ‘another gang rape’, conveniently ignoring the gang [...]

April 18, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights, World Focus 0