The formation of NATO, its evolving mission and the Solomon Islands

OTTAWA: Why not start by putting economic development...

Pashto poet and activist Gilaman Wazir targeted in Pakistan, passes away

COPENHAGEN: Attacks targeting other prominent Pashtun figures...

Why PM Modi visited Austria after Russia

Several NATO member states are unhappy with...

Nitin Mehta

‘Human rights’ campaigner Arundhati Roy abandons her principles for the PEN prize

LONDON: The fact that Arundhati has decided to accept this award means that she has no issue with PEN’S silence on the Gaza war. Arundhati Suzanna...

His Dharma is the source of Sunak’s strength

On 4 July 2024, the UK goes to the polls. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his Conservative Party are pitted against the Labour Party....

PM Modi’s victory a slap on Western media

Indian academics, writers and secularists abroad enthusiastically join the Western media in their rants against Modi and the BJP. The Western media has been pushing...

Western media gets hysterical ahead of Indian elections

LONDON: They reflect the absolute desperation of anti-India forces. India needs to be vigilant and foil these nefarious, sinister forces from destabilising the country. A...

Relentless targeting of PM Sunak by the British media

The British media seems to hold something against Sunak’s Indian origins. The level of ridicule and character assassination faced by Rishi Sunak has reached a...

A fusion of science and spirituality in Sanatan Dharma

India has always seen science and religion as complementary. As the world enters the age of Artificial Intelligence it is a certainty that new inventions...

All that has gone wrong with European countries

The police is sometimes reluctant to pursue ethnic minority criminals for fear of being called racist. European nations are facing an existential crisis. They are...

India should chart its own path to happiness

India will have to dig deep in its spiritual heritage to counter the problems that come with being a developed state. As India continues to...

Plot to oust UK PM Rishi Sunak

There are forces who are trying hard to undermine Sunak. They want him out. After the initial euphoria in the Indian community regarding Rishi Sunak...

Western media has a problem with Ayodhya

The time has come for India to sharpen its response to these India bashers. The Western media has gone into top gear to shed crocodile...

Ramayana’s reach extends far beyond Indian shores

In 1786, Sir William Jones found the imprints of the stories of Rama and Sita in the remnants of the Mayan civilisation. As we celebrate...

One India: Hinduism cements North with the South

In the South, Krishna and Vishnu are called by different names. To consolidate their occupation of India, the British pursued the cycle of divide and...

Replacing ‘Hinduism’ with ‘Hindutva’ unlikely to work

The proponents of Hindutva have never ever promoted the idea of targeting any minority. However, the left wing lobby, the Western media and all...

Excellence in sports is sign of a rising nation

Over the past decades India was nowhere in the field of sports. In the recent Asian Games held in China, the Indian contingent produced a...

Has multiculturalism failed Britain and other western nations?

There is a need for a uniform code of law, which overrides the outdated regressive cultural practices of any immigrant group. LONDON In a recent speech...

Western coverage of India’s moon mission has been fair

LONDON Contrary to reports in certain Indian television channels, India’s successful Moon mission has not been trashed by British media. The Times, the Telegraph, and...

Prime Ministers Modi and Sunak are trailblazing a new Indian era worldwide

LONDON For decades after India’s independence in 1947, the country was seen throughout the world as desperately poor, weak, and engulfed by a huge number...

India’s great strides in the UK, 75 years after Independence

London On Sunday, 30 July, a drizzly London morning, the 50th annual Rath Yatra was about to begin. On a huge chariot sitting majestically were...

Oppenheimer wouldn’t have liked Nolan’s treatment of Gita

He would have been deeply disturbed by the sex scene and the disrespect shown to the Bhagavad Gita. London The blockbuster Oppenheimer movie by Christopher...

No excuses for the burning of Paris

France has spent billions to improve the living conditions of people in deprived areas. Deprivation cannot be the excuse for the burning of French...

The peddlers of fake narrative

LONDON: The United States laid out a red carpet welcome for Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his recent visit. This has not gone unnoticed...

Rishi Sunak, the world statesman

‘When I got this job, I said I was going to do things differently because I wanted to change politics and that is what...

India enters a unique phase in its history

Today India is among the top three countries in the world in terms of PhDs and in terms of a start-up ecosystem. As the world...

Time to counter athe vicious anti-India propaganda

Western NGOs have to be extremely biased to place India behind Pakistan and ac on indices such as academic and press freedom. In an age...

The unparalleled achievements of East African Indians

The former UK Home Minister Priti Patel’s parents hail from Uganda, and the current PM Rishi Sunak’s parents hail from Kenya.   The year was 1962....

An Indophobic lobby targets the international Hindu community

The caste campaign is now targeting the US, Canada and Australia. LONDON: A few years ago a UK lobby using the issue of caste undertook...

Is this the end of BBC in its present form?

LONDON: BBC, an iconic British institution, has, of late, become embroiled in many controversies. Accused of tax evasion, BBC has put aside around £12...

PM Sunak solves one of the biggest problems facing the UK

PM Rishi Sunak’s diplomacy has brought about a much needed thaw in relations between the UK and the EU. Ever since he became the Prime...

BBC needs a complete overhaul

Tom Mills in his book, The BBC: Myth of Public Service, demolishes the claim of BBC being independent. The BBC is not independent of...

Claims of appropriation of yoga are counterproductive

Would the English or the French say their languages have been appropriated by many nationalities albeit in different dialects and accents? Yoga is becoming hugely...

How the western media is treating Rishi Sunak

The British media has been hostile to Rishi Sunak, when compared to other western media. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been in office for...

The meat that COP27 is not talking about

According to Gidon Eshel, a geophysicist, when you eat a steak, you kill a lemur in Madagascar. You eat a chicken, you kill an...

The farcical state of British politics

The fall of standards in British politics and in so many other institutions has been going on for almost 20 years. Over the past few...

Rishi Sunak must bide his time

Conservatives could very well lose the next election under Liz Truss in just over a year’s time. LONDON: Losing the UK Prime Ministerial race may...

Why nobody listens to left-wing ‘liberal’ academics of Indian origin in Australia

London: The Australia-India Institute (AII) was set up in 2008 at the University of Melbourne with a grant of US$ 8 million from the...

‘Boris Johnson govt’s inaction led to tens of thousands of Covid deaths’

‘While the British media was busy reporting on India’s misfortunes, the almost 150,000 Covid deaths in the UK were forgotten’. Over the last two months,...

British ‘liberal’ response to India’s crisis reeks of colonialism

China with no democracy and massive repression is a better bet for Vince Cables than India with its messy democracy.   London: An article by Vince...

Own children starving, but UK would rather debate India

According to Social Market Foundation, almost 2 million children in the UK went hungry during the economic turmoil of 2020.   London: On 8 March 2021...

Britain’s anti-India brigade gets active

Right from the time of Independence, sections of British media have predicted India’s break-up or the death of its democracy. Though there is a...

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