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North Korea enshrines nuclear weapons in its constitution

Pyongyang has made its policy of developing strategic deterrence a “basic law of the state” ...

ChatGPT gets unrestricted access to Internet

The AI chatbot’s responses are no longer limited to information published before its 2021...

African nation foils alleged coup plot

Burkina Faso’s ruling military government has claimed that its intelligence and security services prevented...

US sues eBay on environmental grounds

The online auction behemoth has allegedly allowed hundreds of thousands of toxic products to...

Rani Karnavati: The Brave Queen of Garhwal Who Defeated the Mughals

Uttarakhand, a beautiful Himalayan state of India, is often referred to as ‘Dev Bhoomi’ or the land of gods. But it is also the...

Forced Religious Conversion and Persecution in India, Part 4: Christian Missionaries and Portuguese

India has a long history of agony, and in this subject, the Chapter on forced religious conversion and persecution of Hindus in India by...

Rishi Sushruta: the dawn of medical science by great ancient surgeon

Sushruta was an ancient Indian physician and surgeon who is widely considered to be the "father of surgery". Sushruta is reverentially held in Hindu tradition...

Swatantra Veer Savarkar: A Forgotten Revolutionary tale, philosophies, and commentaries on Hindutva and Social Issues

Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, popularly known as Swatantra Veer Savarkar, was a Hindu Nationalist, Independence activist, Writer and Indian Politician. Savarkar is often revered for safeguarding...

SUBHAS CHANDRA BOSE (NETAJI): FORGOTTEN HERO OF INDIA

ABOUT FAMILY AND CHILDHOOD Subhas Chandra Bose was born on 23rd January 1897 in Cuttack, Orissa division Bengal province under British raj. The Bose family...

Women Revolutionaries in Indian Independence Struggle against British rule, a forgotten chapter

With the aim of eliminating British Rule from India, women revolutionaries have equal halve of contribution as men in the Indian Independence Struggle. The...

Forced Conversion and persecution in India, Part 3 Dark Side of Mughals

In India, our distorted education system has portrayed Mughal's as nation builders whereas Mughals in reality resulted mass conversion, persecution and ruined several pious...

Forced Conversion and Persecution in India, Part 2 Delhi Sultanate

The dynasties of the Delhi Sultanate invaded the Bharat to rule by plundering Indian heritage, legacy and culture and imposing the dominance of Islam...

“Azadi Ki Pramukh Keemat” (The Price of Freedom) by Yagya Mehru, the prime sacrifice

Illustrating the valorous and forgotten glimpse of sacrifice made by the son's and daughter's of this motherland. The poem "Azadi Ki Keemat" depicts the...

Maha Shivaratri: All you need to know about significance, story and rituals

Maha Shivaratri revered in the name Bhagwan Shiva or Baba Neelkantha, it further marks the re-union of Maa Parvati and Bhagwan Shiva constituting Ardhnareshwara. There is no single...

Liberating power of metaphysics enshrined in Ancient Indian scriptures

Some of the world’s earliest writings suggest an unexpected goal for ambitious minds. Nearly 3,000 years ago or even older, the ancient Indian authors...

Madan Lal Dhingra: Assassinated Curzon Wyllie, avenged the death of 80 million

Madan Lal Dhingra was an epitomic freedom fighter, country lover, and revered for assassinating British Officer William Hutt Curzon Wyllie; whom the company referred to...

Basant Panchami: Significance, Story and Procedure of Saraswati Puja

Basant or Vasant Panchami, popularly known as Saraswati Puja, is celebrated across the globe in honour of Maa Saraswati and marks the preparation for...

Rana Sanga: Warrior with 80 wounds defeated Babur and Ibrahim Lodi

Sangram Singh Sisodia, popularly known as Rana Sanga, was an Emperor (Rana) of the Sisodia Dynasty of Mewar present-day Rajasthan. Maharana Sanga stood united...

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