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From NCERT Joke Book: ‘British Became Supreme Power in 1765 Itself’
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From NCERT Joke Book: ‘British Became Supreme Power in 1765 Itself’

Aneesh Gokhale- June 2, 2017

It took the British three wars to finally quell the Maratha Empire and establish supremacy over the Indian subcontinent. Read More

Book Review: Brainwashed Republic by Neeraj Atri and Munieshwer A Sagar
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Book Review: Brainwashed Republic by Neeraj Atri and Munieshwer A Sagar

Ram Ohri- May 29, 2017

The book, ‘Brainwashed Republic’, is a must read for every Indian for making an objective assessment of the damage done to our educational system by ... Read More

From World’s Education Capital to Depths of Illiteracy – Part III
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From World’s Education Capital to Depths of Illiteracy – Part III

Sahana Singh- February 16, 2017

This final article in our series describes the destruction of key universities and the era of darkness, which descended after aeons of learning. Even as ... Read More

The Intellectual Road Rage About the Renaming of Aurangzeb Road
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The Intellectual Road Rage About the Renaming of Aurangzeb Road

Amrit Hallan- September 10, 2015

In some countries it’s a crime to deny the Holocaust. Holocaust denial is illegal in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Luxembourg, Poland ... Read More

The Neo-Mughals and the Neo-Marathas
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The Neo-Mughals and the Neo-Marathas

Shanmukh Nag- April 12, 2015

It is said that there is no need to warn the wise for they know the perils themselves. But it is to the wise that ... Read More