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Rioting for the Greater Good (Are Cops Racist – 2)

This is the second excerpt from Heather MacDonald’s book Are Cops Racist? In this part, the author further reveals the true character of rioters and their criminal histories, thereby shattering the myth that rioters and protestors are arbitrarily targeted by the police because of their race.

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Are Cops Racist? – 1

In this excerpt from Heather MacDonald’s book Are Cops Racist, the author challenges the widely prevalent notion that civil protests and riots in America are rooted in racial discrimination. The author’s investigations into the Cincinnati case reveal how criminals were painted as victims of racial abuse by social activists.

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The Liberal Iconoclasm

This article analyzes the consequences of letting the liberals drive the narrative. In the light of the recent Black Lives Matter protests in the U.S. and in other Western countries, the article discusses how the political ideology of liberalism is more intolerant than its opponents. What is most dangerous is the fact that it seeks to erase history and rewrite it through its own ideological lens.

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7 Must Read Books on History and Geopolitics

Janak Pandya, a voracious reader and a budding scholar recommends seven must read books on geopolitics, to understand India’s place in the world.

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Indian National Safety Endangered by Islamist Missionary Movement

In this article, Purnima Nath explains how India is also facing terror plots and designs to destabilize it along with fighting Corona Virus pandemic. She details all the nuances in the complex situation.

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Five Books to Battle Adharma

In this article, Satish Verma recommends five books to understand the dominant ‘-isms’ of today’s intellectual climate, like feminism, Marxism, post-modernism etc. These books are important to understand how the minds of these ideologues work. And this understanding is necessary to defend Dharma against the many threats that it faces today.

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Agenda for Hindu Survival: What we can do as individuals

While preservation is a long-term agenda and a continuous process that cannot be ignored, what is immediate and a matter of our survival is the protection of our civilization by countering and nullifying the challenges being posed by inimical forces of Adharma.

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And Shri Rama Returns to Ayodhya!

Today on 5th August 2020, after hundreds of years, Shri Rama is coming back to Ayodhya. After the sacrifice of millions of Hindus, this generation is lucky enough to see the Grand Rama Temple built at Ayodhya. This is a story of how this happened. Jai Shri Rama.

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Ayodhya: The Concept of the Sacred Kshetra

While Hindus, recognize Valmiki’s Ramayana as a text of Itihasa, the Indian conception of the past with its foundation in cyclical time and pedagogical form, has no parallel to the modern secular concept of unidirectional positivistic historicism.

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How Nehru Blindfolded India into the Chinese Folly

This second part of the series on Indo-China relations analyzes how there were ample signs on China's side which indicated its true designs of grabbing Indian territory but Nehru not only ignored them but instead went ahead with India-China friendship. This article, along with other incidents, tell us how Nehru came to know about that China has built a road in India's territory seven years after the event.

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