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

Stephen Hawking, God particle and Hindu Vedic Concept

I. Into the mind of God The Statesman, March 21, 2018 writes the following under the caption “Into the mind of God” as follows. A week after his demise at the age of 76, here’s the foreword to Stephen Hawking’s ‘A Brief History of Time’, written by another celebrated astronomer, Carl Sagan. [Professor Stephen William Hawking, CH, CBE, FRS,… Read More Stephen Hawking, God particle and Hindu Vedic Concept

The Real Shankaracharya

Shobha Vasudevan has ventilated through rediff.com on November 22, 2004 as follows:– On Diwali, the Kanchi Shankaracharya, Jayendra Saraswathi, was arrested on charges of murder. On the next day, the title of an article in a national daily read, ‘Seer heads 5,000 crore empire’. Another article in a leading national newspaper read, ‘Of high priests and their lust for more power.’… Read More The Real Shankaracharya