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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 Comments Off on Narendra Modi and Hindu Resurgence

Islamic university illegally built on temple land say Tirupati residents

Islamic university illegally built on temple land say Tirupati residents

  “Several Hindu organisations have taken up the issue and are protesting the setting up of this university. Interestingly, they have been receiving a lot of support from the local Muslims who say that this university is bad news. The Muslims who pray at the Tirupati temple feel that the town was peaceful and now [...]

October 24, 2013 HHR India, News updates Comments Off on Islamic university illegally built on temple land say Tirupati residents

The Church, Indian Secularism or Valhalla ?

The Church, Indian Secularism or Valhalla ?

In western developed countries the very idea of Christianity standing up for secularism would be laughed off as part of some stand-up comedy act. But in India this is in fact the macabre reality. Here the Church claims to be standing up for secular ideas against the threat of Hinduism. This should really come as [...]

June 7, 2013 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 1

Pakistan — the Problem, not the Symptom

Pakistan — the Problem, not the Symptom

The impending 2014 American withdrawal from its Afghan quagmire is beginning to impact on India in many ways, most manifest of which was the latest episode of Pakistani jihadi violence at the Balnoi sector in the Poonch region along the Line of Control (LOC). Gruesome as it is, the sneak killings of our soldiers Sudhakar [...]

January 21, 2013 Jaganniwas Iyer World Focus Comments Off on Pakistan — the Problem, not the Symptom

Modi and Akbar : Indian Secular Perceptions and Deceptions

Modi and Akbar : Indian Secular Perceptions and Deceptions

Is the  Indian version of European Secularism anti Hindu ? Lets look at Chief  Minister Narender Modi and Emperor Akbar through Indian Secular eyes as a case study to find out how secularism in India works. For example In India, a small band of journalists, activists and politicians, all of who parade themselves as ‘Secularists’ [...]

October 30, 2012 Rajesh Patel Analysis/Insights 4