Archbishop’s Prejudiced ‘Save Secularism’ Campaign

I. TIMES NEWS NETWORK reports the following from New Delhi under the caption “Secular fabric under threat: Archbishop”: In a letter to all parish priests in the capital, the Archbishop of Delhi, Anil Couto, asked for a prayer campaign to be launched and appealed for fasting on Fridays ahead of the 2019 general elections. Citing the “turbulent political atmosphere which… Read More Archbishop’s Prejudiced ‘Save Secularism’ Campaign

English Medium Education Weakens India

Maria Wirth writes the following amongst her unauthorised articles on January 1,2018· MW· under the caption “English Medium Education weakens India. The Pisa Test Proved it”: It is no secret why the British replaced the indigenous education system and Sanskrit gurukuls with English education. They wanted to create a class of Indians who think like the British and in… Read More English Medium Education Weakens India

Hindu Dharma – The Truth Eternal

MARIA WIRTH writes as follows, under the caption “Nothing wrong with Hindutva or Hinduness – on the contrary” on March 13,2018– Is being a Hindu ok and is Hindutva not ok and even dangerous? Many Hindus seem wary to be associated with Hindutva, in spite of the fact that Hindutva simply means Hindu-ness or being Hindu. They tend to accept the… Read More Hindu Dharma – The Truth Eternal

The self-inflicting term ‘Dalit’– disrespectful and anti-Hindu

The Telegraph writes in its issue of April 27, 2018 under the caption– “Dalits see ‘Hindutva agenda’ in govt ban on ‘Dalit’”: Dalit activists and academics have condemned the Centre’s recent ban on the word “Dalit” in official communications, saying it stemmed from fear of a word that symbolises oppression, unity and self-assertion and therefore implies the threat of rebellion. “This… Read More The self-inflicting term ‘Dalit’– disrespectful and anti-Hindu

Canker of Congress Divisionism

A. Special Correspondent The Telegraph writes from New Delhi: as follows in its issue of Saturday, Mar 23, 2018 under the caption- Govt caught in Dalit dilemma: Dalit ministers Ram Vilas Paswan and Ramdas Athawale on Thursday asked the government to seek a review of the Supreme Court order diluting the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, putting the… Read More Canker of Congress Divisionism