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Hindus

Wrong on the Right

Thomas Jackson

Discovering the Hindu way of a liberal life

Who’s Afraid of Muhammad Ali Jinnah?

Let him not divide India further

Reclaiming the Coast

Open follows the taproot of Hindutva politics in Dakshina Kannada

3 Storeys Movie Review

Though the performances in 3 Storeys are competent, and the absence of melodrama a relief, it is not a film that impacts an audience, either emotionally or intellectually

The Softer Savarkar

When he believed that Muslims were as good as Hindus in the liberation struggle

A Vandalised Civilisation

Post Independence, in our collective zeal to present a politically correct version of history, we have ensured that Delhi’s and north India’s Hindu heritage remains hostage to a mix of distortions and apathy

The Hindu Inflexion

The domes of Babri Masjid fell on the remains of the Nehruvian consensus. The aftershocks are being felt even today

Editor’s Note: Demolition-Reclamation-Reinvention

A temple in Modi’s India, if his words are any indication, cannot afford to be incompatible with the spirit of modernisation he has unleashed

Mark Tully: The Witness

Mark Tully, who reported it for the world from ground zero, watched some leaders asking the police to stay away and Sangh volunteers breaching police cordons with ease. Then they began to climb up the domes of the mosque and started hacking away at the mortar

Kameshwar Chaupal: The First Kar Sevak

Kameshwar Chaupal, now 61, recounts the exact moment he was called onto the stage in Ayodhya with Sangh Parivar stalwarts and told that he would lay the first brick at the construction site of the proposed Rama temple

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