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Aurangzeb’s Reign in the Light of His Own Orders

François Gautier

Aurangzeb’s reign in the light of his own orders

Faith in the Court

BJP has taken a cautious stance on the Kashi and Mathura disputes, preferring to await the legal outcome

‘We are not talking of 3,000 shrines, we can end it with these three’

The Kashi and Mathura temple-mosque disputes should not be allowed to linger and the cases can be resolved by consensus, Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) Working President Alok Kumar tells Rajeev Deshpande

The Truth About Gyanvapi

By Attempting to sanitise Aurangzeb’s anti-Hindu legacy, historians have done him a disservice

The Chhatrapati’s Chutzpah

Aurangzeb’s persecution of Hindus provided the ethical and cultural premise for Shivaji’s rebellion

Aurangzeb: The Emperor of Counter-Reformation

Dara Shikoh’s defeat was a turning point in history as the concept of an inclusive India yielded to the supremacy of Islam. The consequences of the decisive battle of Samugarh were felt for more than three centuries despite the Mughal empire’s rapid disintegration under the weight of his victorious brother’s bigotry

Aurangzeb on Trial

He partitioned the Indian mind even as he expanded his empire

Minds Behind the Momentum

They bring perfection to the Modi agenda

The Network Nation

How digitalisation is driving growth in India

Soon you will be able to do Delhi-Mumbai in 12 hours, Delhi-Srinagar in 8, says Nitin Gadkari

The minister for road transport and highways brings passion and an intuitive feel for policy and finance to his job. India is on the cusp of achieving rapid connectivity across major regions and is also promoting new approaches to green fuel, he tells Amita Shah and Siddharth Singh

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