Author: BD Naraaynnkar

New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi is on Bharat Jodo Yatra. Already he has come in for a lot of flak for doing the yatra with the Leftists, who want India to break into pieces. Break-nations always has been the Leftist agenda world over. Take for example, Vladimir Lenin in the first world war. He was striving for the defeat of his own country, and for that he had joined hands with Germany. In our country, the CPI made pacts with the British to thwart the Quit India Movement in 1942. Its magazine cartoons continuously humiliated Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose by showing…

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Mysuru: The former Prime Minister and JDS supremo HD Deve Gowda on Thursday said it is not so easy to introduce Uniform Civil Code given the opposition to it, but did not overtly say it is an impossibility. “It is not so easy. Of course, there will be opposition,” he told reporters replying to a query on the issue. Asked if it would benefit the BJP, Gowda said: “… If you consider the Constitution, then BJP will have to struggle a lot to implement the UCC.” Asked if he was against UCC, Gowda by gently nodding his head said: “I…

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New Delhi: This is an opportune time for India to hit back at Qatar, the country that asked India to explain Nupur Sharma’s remarks about the Prophet. Now it is the turn of Qatar to give some explanation. Nupur Sharma had stated the exact facts about the Prophet that Naik had himself stated on his TV channel. If Qatar had raised questions on Nupur’s statement, shouldn’t it object to Naik’s utterings? If it doesn’t, that means Qatar acknowledges Naik’s statement on the Prophet as right? If yes, then Nupur’s statement also should be ticked right. So, Qatar cannot have two…

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Every time Rahul Gandhi tries to belittle freedom fighter Veer Savarkar, he scores a self goal. It was 19 September 1923. Police intercepted Nehru when he was on his way to Punjab’s Nabha. He had went there with two of his friends to participate in a political movement. The police asked Nehru and his friends to leave Nabha immediately, but they refused. Police had arrested them under Section 188 of the IPC. And the police “handcuffed like dog being led by chain into the jail,”. This is how Nehru mentioned the incident in his autobiography years later. As he was…

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Bengaluru: Politics around Tipu Sultan refuses to die down in Karnataka. But, it has taken a different route. Instead of uniting the Muslim leaders, the Islamic tyrant has divided them. While the Congress leader Tanveer Sait promised to erect Tipu’s statue near Mysuru on the lines of the 108-ft statue of Nadaprabhu Kempegowda unveiled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Karnataka JDS President CM Ibrahim called it as Un-Islamic. Ibrahim said there was no culture of setting up statues in Islam. “Is there any statue of a Muslim leader erected in India? We can have his name, but not his statue,”…

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Udupi: Apparently Mother Teresa Memorial school has not learning from its past mistakes. The Jesuit school in the city came under fire for hurting religious sensibilities. This time for allegedly playing Azan on the loudspeaker and making non Muslim students offer namaz at a cultural event. Earlier also the Mother Teresa Memorial school had landed into trouble. At that time, it had restricted Hindu students from wearing Bindi on the forehead, bangles and anklets. This action violates the provisions of the Karnataka Education Act. A video, which has gone viral on social media, purportedly depicts Hindu students allegedly asked to…

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Bali: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reiterated the need to end the Ukraine-Russia war. He said that the world has to find a way to return to the path of ceasefire and diplomacy. Reiterating India’s stand on the ongoing war, Modi repeated how the Second World War wreaked havoc in the world. “I have repeatedly said that we have to find a way to return to the path of ceasefire and diplomacy in Ukraine. Over the past century, the Second World War wreaked havoc in the world. After that, the leaders of that time made a serious effort to…

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