India’s open discrimination against Muslims

The release of Shahrukh Khan’s film Dilwale (December 2015) was accompanied by protests by Shiv Sena and other Hindutva groups. These protests were supposedly against his comment on the growing intolerance in India. Shahrukh Khan; on the occasion of his fiftieth birthday few weeks ago had said that there is a growing intolerance in India . . . → Read More: India’s open discrimination against Muslims

Can India escape from Modi mindset?

Prime Minister Narendera Modi’s high ambitions of re-shaping India on an extremist Hindutva model and region as India dominated South Asia with other counties relegated to vassal status has come to a naught rather quickly. His invitation to all heads of SAARC countries to attend his inaugural ceremony was the first step in this regard; . . . → Read More: Can India escape from Modi mindset?

The Smoke Rises

Shiv Sena president, Uddhav Thackrey is expected to break his silence today on the relationship dynamics between his party and the BJP. In wake of the recent display of hostility against Pakistan, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has demanded a ban on the Shiv Sena. India’s Nehruvian dreams seem to be biting dust . . . → Read More: The Smoke Rises

Sudheendra responds to Shiv Sena’s accusations

Replying to Shiv Sena’s allegation that he was a Pakistani agent, Sudheendra Kulkarni, Tuesday, said that he was an ‘agent’ but that of peace.

“I am certainly an agent, but not of Pakistan, but of peace between India and Pakistan and in South Asia,” Kulkarni said.

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India suffers from Modi’s rule of hate

(By Ram Puniyani) The coming to power of Narendra Modi in a way gave an open license to all the affiliates of RSS combine to indulge in open hate speech against the religious minorities. The current agenda behind the hate speech is to consolidate the communal polarization of the society along lines . . . → Read More: India suffers from Modi’s rule of hate

Cricket: A matter of dignity

This is not the first time that politics has intruded the Pakistan-India cricket scene. In fact, this is the fifth time that Pakistan has been snubbed by the Indian Premier League. As the diplomatic war between the rivals wages on, the Pakistani players are excluded. Unfortunately, the Pakistani authorities remain cooperative and apologetic; they don’t . . . → Read More: Cricket: A matter of dignity

Indian Nomads: Between Cows and Salt

For several years now, across large parts of Rajasthan Hindutva activists have been targeting members of the Banjara community in the name of ‘cow-protection’. Scores of such incidents have been reported—more than 200 in the last decade. Typically, Banjaras transporting cows and other cattle are stopped by such activists and their animals are seized. Sometimes, . . . → Read More: Indian Nomads: Between Cows and Salt

Extremist HINDU kills the parrot who predicts the PAKISTAN as WORLD CHAMPION OF CRICKET 2011

Indian Extremist Party Shiv Sena & the Party leader Bal Thackeray Killed a Poor parrot named Maani who predicted Pakistan Cricket Team as the World Champions 3 times. The tournament is in progress.