The Malabar Hindu Genocide

The atrocities on Hindus in Malabar which started with the invasions of the region by Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan, reached their climax in August, 1921. Under the guise of the anti-British Khilafat agitation, Maplahs of Malabar unleashed a reign of terror on the minority Hindus of the region. Loot, arson, rape, murder and force... Continue Reading →

What are microplastics

Many years down the line when the history of our time is written, it will most probably be called the plastic age. Plastic has become an inseparable part of our lives. So much so that even the food we are eating, the air we are breathing and the water we are drinking has plastic in... Continue Reading →

Lessons from Gujarat to Delhi

Traditionally, BJP's strength has been nationalism and Hindutva. Recent events, however, show that opposition is now going out of its way to neutralize these. For example all the national flag waving, anthem singing, etc during the anti-CAA protests by Hinduphobes. These are the same people who used to burn the flag and were rabidly resisting... Continue Reading →

The Citizenship Amendment Act

On 9th December 2019 Home Minister of India, Amit Shah, introduced the citizenship amendment bill in the Parliament. The bill was passed in the Lok Sabha on 10th December and in Rajya Sabha on the 11th. The law that came into effect from 10 January 2020 is the now controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Since... Continue Reading →

Let’s talk #Core

You'll come across numerous BJP/Modi supporters on social media who claim labels like Right wing and also mock and try to silence those who advocate equal constitutional rights for the Hindus in India. What explains their hate for the Core Right Agenda. Is there a middle ground? Read on.

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