India’s border woes: A legacy of Colonialism, geography and Pakistan

Ashish Shukla

18th November 2019
India is shouting from the rooftop it has made no transgressions across its eastern borders in neighbouring Nepal but it has made no difference to latter whose prime...

How Rani of Jhansi escaped the Nehruvian hammer of oblivion

Ashish Shukla

31th January 2019
I happened to watch the movie “Manikarnika—The Queen of Jhansi” in theatre the other day. Kangana Ranaut as the protagonist was a force of purity and leaping...

August 3 could be the day when Indian cricket was saved

Ashish Shukla

29th July 2018
Mark August 3 in your diary. That’s the date when Supreme Court hopefully would take an important call. Run your guesses: Ram Janmabhoomi? J & K’s Special Status?...

Tipu Sultan & his cruelty towards Hindus

Ashish Shukla

23th October 2016
Despite their success in Bengal and control over the sea, the British were far from being the masters of India. The Marathas would remain the biggest threat to their hegemony for...

’57 Mutiny Day: It’s modern relevance

Ashish Shukla

11th May 2016
On the 159th anniversary of India’s First War of Independence 1857, commonly belittled as the Great Mutiny, we see a striking similarity in West’s methods.

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