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The Man in the Saffron Castle

The Man in the Saffron Castle

Amazon series Man in the High Castle is based upon a book by the same name. Deviating quite substantially from the original book by Phillip K Dick written in 1962, it nevertheless keeps the basics of the plot. This is a world in which the Axis powers have won the war, with Germany having developed [...]

February 20, 2022 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, Hinduphobia, News updates, World Focus 0

Mainstream British Schools Now Teaching Hindus are ‘Terrorists’

Mainstream British Schools Now Teaching Hindus are ‘Terrorists’

In the AQA approved Religious Studies text for GCSE (written by Lesley Parry, Jan Hayes, Sheila Butler, published by Hodder Education), we find this rather disturbing view of Hinduism: [...]

October 7, 2020 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, Hinduphobia, News updates, World Focus 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 Hinduphobia, World Focus 0

Heena Kausar returns the Daily Mail to its Fascist Roots

Heena Kausar returns the Daily Mail to its Fascist Roots

India is a target market for many commercial organisations and of course the media is no exception. From being one of Britain’s most well established newspapers, the Daily Mail has pioneered online journalism. Indeed it has a special section for India, and it is here that we encounter the latest offering by that country’s journalist [...]

November 25, 2014 Ranbir Singh Hinduphobia, World Focus 0

Notorious Wendy Doniger hosted by the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

Notorious Wendy Doniger hosted by the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

“On Hinduism is a treat. For those who already know and admire Wendy Doniger’s work, this is a handy (if hefty) compendium of many of her essays…. For those who are reading her for the first time, the book is a marvellous introduction to the multiple ways that Hinduism can be approached and understood through [...]

December 1, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 4

Narendra Modi Finally Found Guilty

Narendra Modi Finally Found Guilty

Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of Gujarat, was already a controversial figure before the BJP nominated him as party candidate for post of prime minister. But ‘controversial’ to whom? And for what? The constant attacks on Modi have actually had the reverse effect of increasing the popularity of what otherwise would have been one of many [...]

September 15, 2013 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 1
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