Friday, 25 February 2022

Russia Ukrain 2022

14 May 2022

23 March 2022

1. Zelensky pleads for Mariupol evacuations and requests Putin to allow citizens of Mariupol to migrate.

2. There are only two outcomes, not five outcomes as told by Sky News. One Ukraine defeated or Second world war III to end humanity.

20 March 2022  -  Aaj Tak 

As the Russian attack on Ukrainian cities continues, President Zelenskyy said on Saturday that “meaningful negotiations” are the “only chance for Russia to reduce the damage from its own mistakes”. After days of progress, talks between the two nations have hit a roadblock with Russia accusing Ukraine of dragging on peace talks. According to UN estimates, nearly 6.5 million people have been internally displaced in Ukraine since the war began.

Australia warns China. But China is Australia's biggest trade partner. China acts against Australia if China does not like Australia's internal policy. Listen also 2:50 onwards about Global conflict. It is an absolute tragedy. If there is sanctions, one should try to avoid worldwide conflict.

19 March 2022

Did NATO promise Russia? DW informs that NATO shall move no one inch to the east (2:50) .

Russia ordered to stop the warRussia ordered to stop war: Here's what ruling means (

AAJ Tak informs dated 19 March 2022

17 March 2022

1. Finland, Sweden and Austria after WWII accepted neutrality and are neutral. Same Ukraine can be. Demilitarizing is still pending. News Nation

2. Ukraine on Wednesday rejected Russia's proposals to adopt neutral status like Austria or Sweden as it continued negotiations on a peace deal with Moscow’s delegation. "Ukraine is now in a direct state of war with Russia. As a result, the model can only be 'Ukrainian' and only on legally verified security guarantees," Ukraine’s top negotiator Mikhailo Podolyak said in comments published by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's office. Instead, Ukraine is pressing Russia for a legally binding security agreement, signed by international partners, who would "not stand aside in the event of an attack on Ukraine, as they do today". AAJ Tak 

3. Still so far to go, as per Newshub of New Zealand dated 17 March 2022.  News Hub NZ

4. Talks are continuing but the war is also continuing. On the 22nd day of Russia-Ukraine war, Russian troops have upped the offensive in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Take a look at this report to know more. Now the talk is continuing every day. It is a positive sign. Russia wants that Ukraine should not join NATO and demilitarize the army. 

Ten options before Russia and Ukraine India Today

16 March 2022

Conflict Zone on Ukraine by DW news

15 March 2022

Latvia's Prime Minister, Krišjanis Karinš, warns that NATO and Europe need to shore up their defenses against Russia. Sky News shows destruction by the war of Ukrainian.

14 March 2022

The battle to protect Ukraine's sovereignty has entered the third week. As Russian troops continue to attack Ukrainian cities, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has stepped on his efforts to get the West to intervene. G D Bakshi analyzes Russian strategy.  Republic News   Aaj Tak 

13 March 2022

Invasion through map explained by Sky news on 13 March

11 March 2022

"So what should Nato do? In the past few days politicians in the US and Britain have compared the Russian offensive to Hitler’s annexation of the Sudetenland. The practical implication of the comparison is alarming. It suggests that as military conflict with Russia is inevitable, Nato’s best course of action is to declare war now! The Russian nuclear arsenal is too frightening for such open confrontation...

In the short term, finally, Cold War rules permit military aid in proxy wars. Latest reports suggest about 20 countries, including several Nato members, are already supplying weapons to Ukraine. If Ukrainians are prepared to fight for their country, Nato should supply them."

Russia is trying to destabilise the western world (

10 March 2022

2. DNA: Zelensky made the biggest mistake by trusting NATO? Ukraine's President Zelensky is now slowly getting ready to accept the terms of Russia. The big question is, when he had to accept Putin's conditions, why did he throw Ukraine into the war? DNA: Ukraine Russia War - जेलेंस्की से कहां हुई चूक? यूक्रेन के राष्ट्रपति जेलेंस्की ने अब NATO देशों में शामिल होने की अपनी ज़िद को छोड़ दिया है. अब वो धीरे-धीरे रूस की शर्तों को मानने के लिए तैयार हो रहे हैं. बड़ा सवाल ये है कि जब उन्हें पुतिन की शर्तें माननी ही थीं तो उन्होंने यूक्रेन को युद्ध में क्यों झोंका?  ZEE News

1. Amid the Russia-Ukraine war, there are discussions about finding a middle way for peace, but amidst all the statements and discussions, Russia has activated one of its intelligence plans to bring Ukraine to its knees immediately. The war of occupation of Kyiv has been difficult for Russia so far, but Russia has left no stone unturned to destroy the cities of the Kyiv region. The airstrikes were carried out in cities near Kyiv such as Irpin and Bucha. AAJ TAK

9 March 2022

3.  Zee News explains the economics of war and how good or bad students reacted in Ukraine. Students wanted more from the government. Some students brought with them cats and dogs from Ukraine. It is worth seeing. In December 1999 Atal Bihari Bajpayee was the Prime Minister. Many people supported by the opposition demonstrated and compelled the Indian government to let lose terrorists. Many came to Poland and did not return back to India assuming that they may get European citizenship (33:00). These students were not students but wanted to stay in Europe to earn money. This news is worth eye-opening. 16% of Ukrainian degree holders pass the Indian examination. 
DNA: Operation Ganga - Analysis of the ‘indecent’ character of Indian students Thousands of Indian students were trapped in Ukraine amid the war crisis. The Government of India brought these students back safely under Operation Ganga. But when these students reached.

2. Ethical question discussed.
"The question is this: What does an ethical response look like as we consider both the fate of Ukraine and of the stability of the world order? Russia’s nuclear arsenal throws the latter part of the question into stark relief, with Putin seeming to have threatened nuclear strikes to counter overt Western intervention. Any proposed response must be evaluated through the prism, not of the morality of intentions but the morality of expected results: will the action likely create conditions that produce a better or worse outcome? In other words, the tradeoffs for different degrees of action or inaction must be assessed against the likelihood of successful outcomes and the probabilities of catastrophe—and between “do nothing” and “do everything possible” there is an entire spectrum of options".

1. Russia may attack Kyiv reports guardian and solving logistic problems.

8 March 2022 / 13th day of war

1. Economics of war by India Today

2. Russian journalists and Ukrainian journalists talk about different opinions on the war.

3. Scenes of panic and pain were reflected in Kyiv railway station as thousands continued to flee Ukraine capital amid ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. Take a look at this Ground Report: India Today 

4. 13th-day Report of Zee News

रूस यूक्रेन युद्ध का 13वां दिन आज. रूस यूक्रेन पर लगातार हमले कर रहा है. ऐसे में सवाल ये है कि क्या रूस- यूक्रेन युद्ध वर्ल्ड वॉर में बदलेगा?. देखिए पूरी खबर. Media is independent of each country but is pro to that country. West media informs differently than Russian, Ukrainian, Indian and Chinese. Try to analyze and then make an opinion.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken is visiting the Baltic nations -- all of them NATO members -- to reassure them, and to warn Putin that NATO is reinforcing its eastern flank. For more on this, Christiane speaks with U.S. Ambassador to NATO Julianne Smith.

                                     Nations abstained from US resolution against Russia.

As Russia presses its attacks in Ukraine, what's the thinking in China, Vladimir Putin's chief ally against the West? And we check the temperature in Taiwan, where people are watching the war with one eye on their own giant neighbor to the north. Add population in favor, against, and for Russia. 9 countries that are with Belarus, Venezuela, Syria, Cuba, Myanmar, North Korea, China, Serbia and Pakistan are 9 countries that came openly to support Russia.   DW News

7. 12th day of war between Ukraine and Russia: People are leaving Ukraine and the Ukrainian president is still not agreeing to a ceasefire. Zee News

8. Russia-Ukraine Conflict: अचानक भारत के दीवाने हुए NATO के देश, दुनिया हैरान | Germany | France | PM Modi Zee News

9. रूस-यूक्रेन के युद्ध का आज 11वां दिन हैं. इसी बीच रूसी राष्ट्रपति व्लादिमीर पुतिन के वॉर कोड की जमकर चर्चा हो रही है. इन कोड को आम इंसान भी देख सकता है लेकिन इन्हें समझमा बेहद मुश्किल है. Zee News

10 . Russia has suffered “heavy losses”, including the deaths of two high ranking commanders, as Ukrainian forces recaptured a key city.

Civilians are dying as Zelensky is keeping citizens as shields to save his ego. (JSD).

Civilians rummage through the rubble of their former houses after they are flattened by the Russian military. Sky News

7. Kharkyiv history

Today is day 13 of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Major cities continue to be pounded and shelled, most of them now resembling ghost towns with just smoke and fire left around. We will not forgive the death of civilians and destruction of our land. Zelensky said.

7 March 2022

1. Urban/guerrilla warfare in Ukraine
Naked destruction of humanity by ego, elites, power, greed, and the grievance of intelligence looked at by innocent लाचार humanity around the world.
People should never accept inexperienced political leaders. CEOs are always selected by MNCs after analyzing past experience, qualifications, and many other factors for the responsible position.
How far the USA can avoid nuclear war on European, Russian, Asian, and American soil? How many people of how many countries may be sucked by this fire, time only will tell. Sufferings of migrants, Ukrainians, Russians, and nearby Europeans are visible. Criminals shall exploit innocent people and sufferings shall be around.
With this, I am closing my reporting of the Ukraine - Russian war on 7 March 2022. May God bless humanity.
Say "No To War". Do not count countries of UNGA but count people for, against, and abstained.

2. Sky's Special Correspondent Alex Crawford speaks to former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, who said 'don't trust Putin' over reports of humanitarian corridors. Sky news

6 March 2022 - 11th day of Ukraine and Russia war

India, China, Pakistan Iran, Iraq Armenia, Bolivia, Cuba, Nicaragua, Sudan, and Zimbabwe abstained from voting in UNGA. 

North Korea, Eritrea, Syria, Belarus and, unsurprisingly, Russia, voted against the resolution.

"The United Nations has voted overwhelmingly to adopt a resolution condemning Russian aggression, with 141 countries voting in favour, 35 abstaining, and only five voting against.

The resolution calls for the immediate withdrawal of its forces in a formal global expression of outrage that highlighted Russia’s increasing isolation, and received a standing ovation in the chamber. 

Thirty-five countries abstained, including Russia’s key ally China, as well as Iraq, Iran, India, Pakistan, Armenia and 16 African countries.

Some countries, including China, South Africa and Iran, complained that the resolution was submitted without full consultation and input from all member countries, and it therefore risked inflaming rather than de-escalating the crisis.

India and China both previously abstained on a separate motion at the UN Security Council motion, with India reliant on Russia for military equipment, while China’s Xi Jinping has been reluctant to break off ties to Mr Putin as he seeks to rival Western influence.

Iraq’s ambassador, Bahr Aluloom, said that his country, which was invaded by the US in 2003, had abstained “because of our sufferings resulting from the continuing wars against our people.”

In speeches to the UN General Assembly in the past few days, African diplomats said their citizens were being discriminated against in Ukraine while trying to flee.".

5 March 2022

5.1 Indian news channel Zee news reports that as per information "I am in Ukraine". Zelensky says.

5.2 Thank God: Ukrainian War may be over - opinion to be verified after hearing news. Truth is always the first casualty in the fog of the war.
Ukraine's Zelensky addresses the anti-war march. The style of speech indicates that Zelensky is either arrested or is in deep anguish. May God bless him and peace may prevail soon. Ukraine informs that Zelensky is in Ukraine and Russia is spreading fake news.
Soon violent fear is over. War may be over and now a new president may take over. There may be a mass movement and fight on the roads of Ukraine, but Ukrainian may accept the new reality.
Russia achieved its objective by dethroning Zelensky and demilitarizing the Ukrainian area. Democracy shall continue in Ukrain but clouds of nuclear war may be over.
Russia and Zelensky agreed to this peaceful transition.
"Russia has claimed that Ukrainian President Zelensky has left Ukraine and fled to Poland. According to the claim, after the siege of Kyiv, Zelensky was left with no other option". AAJ TAK, 5 March 2022.
I further add "If Zelensky was arrested by mercenaries or Russian forces, then the chances of world war decreased. But if Zelensky fled to NATO, then chances of world war increased. Or in both cases, war is hovering over Europe / World. It is a very grim situation.
Coming hours are very critical for humanity. Keep your fingers crossed".

4 March 2022

NATO is increasing its strength in east European countries. Many Europeans near and far from war zone must leave to be in a safe place. Experts are discussing nuclear war. Be aware now.
I am an Indian citizen, a New Zealand resident as of today. I am blessed with children and grandchildren who are German, American, Australian, New Zealander, and Irish citizens. I had lived my life with citizens of Russia, America, many states of Arab, Africa, Southeast Asia, different castes of India, and religions. I want peace at any cost.
India always advocated Vasudhaive Kutumbkam (the world as a global family). Territories are assumptions of the past. Humanity should not wage war for territorial gains. Identities should be diluted to minimize the risk of war. How to govern people should not be imposed on others. But violence should be avoided by all means.
But who cares? Life goes like this. Hard power politics remain the curse on humanity for centuries. Many peace-loving people suffered due to the soft political approach. This is the destiny of humanity when money, ego, power, greed, grievance, and prosperity are more important than love, peace, and happiness.

3 March 2022

Russia is ready to offer safe passage to Indians. Europe is heading towards nuclear war. Why should Europeans fight a war and suffer? Is it Bhumi Dosh (In astrological language, there are different curses. One of them is Curse of a land/particular territory)? Who gains and who loses is not important. Important is peace for the future. 

2 March 2022

1 March 2022:  Right to Self Defense - Legal aspect of war / ICC

28 February 2022 First meeting after the war started to negotiate. Russia agrees that 4300 Russian soldiers were killed by Ukrainian forces.

27 February 2022 Russian assault intensifies and Ukrainian. Volodymyr Zelensky vows not to surrender. Russian media and Indian media and western media report the same event differently.

26 February 2022

 25 February 2022

2. Explosions were reported in many cities and military locations in Ukraine around 10pm ET last night between 24 February and 25 February 2022. Putin justifies the attack in a televised address last night, claiming it was needed to protect civilians in the east. Ukraine border guard says troops moved in from Russia and Belarus border. Jens Stoltenberg, NATO's Secretary-General says "attack on one is the attack on all." Explosions heard in the cities of Odesa, Kharkiv, and the capital Kyiv. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky declares martial law in face of a full-scale invasion. Ottawa tells Canadians in Ukraine to shelter in place. NATOs envoys agree to beef up air, land, and sea on its eastern flank near Ukraine, Russia.  

Ivanna Klympush T-sintsadze, Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine from 2016-2019 says that she is worried. World is not reacting as we were hoping.

What Russia was afraid of, the same is now Jens Stoltenberg is saying regarding NATO nations security.

WWIII can only start when the false flag is raised by NATO that Russia has invaded one of the NATO states. Under those conditions, China, Turkey, and India may move forward.

 NATO condemns Russia's 'brutal act of war' in Ukraine - YouTube 25 February 2022

1. Ukraine: ताइवान में घुसे चीन के फाइटर जेट -Taiwan का बड़ा दावा -- क्या चीन भी कुछ बड़ा करने वाला है? - YouTube and my Face Book dated 25 December 2022

दुनिया यूक्रेन और रूस के बीच छिड़े युद्ध के संकट के दौर से गुजर रही है ऐसे में ताइवान ने दावा किया है चीन के फाइटर जेट उसके हवाई क्षेत्र में देखे गए हैं.

Ukraine claims Russia captures its Kyiv airfield.  Facebook

Listen to remarks of Helen Clark - Ex-Prime Minister of New Zealand.

There are two options for this war. 1. Limited war and 2. Full-blown war. In other words World War III.

Russia may try only limited war. Putin demanded that Ukraine should not join NATO, for U.S.S.R disintegration humiliated Russians' ego in 1989/1990. In addition, the Unipolar world saw some blunders are committed by overconfident Unipolar.

For 30 years Putin prepared for this war and his last speeches before the invasion of Ukraine were quite clear that Putin is ready to go to any extreme for Russia's cause. He said, "We may meet in heaven".

Putin met Xi Jinping and Narender Modi before taking any drastic action. Europeans do not want war on their soil. For this reason, Germany, and France did their best to avoid confrontation. German's naval head of the army had to resign for letting his opinion known to Indian counterparts.

Whatever may be the emerging circumstances, humanity must avoid a full-scale war. Let China take Taiwan and Russia, India and China join together to redraw the New World Order for the peace and stability of humanity along with the west under United Nations rules and regulations. It is difficult but it is not impossible.

Ukraine from January 2022 onwards till 24 February.

Ukraine crisis explained from September 2015 onwards on Ukraine blog by Jaipal Datta till war started on 25 February 2022. 26 September 2015 onwards when it was noted that Ukraine is West's mistake,

24 February 2022 Russia declares war.

22 February Russia recognizes Luhansk and Donetsk as independent states and ready to move inside as peace keeping force. Starting of war.

21 February 2022

15 February 2022

6 February 2022

5 February 2022

3 February 2022

28 January 2022

26 January 2022

20 January 2022

9 January 2022

13 December 2022                            Is Just war possible?

7 December 2022                        Putin visits India

Friday, 11 February 2022

Hindu Nationalism and the Rise of Ethnic Democracy

21 May 2022   Gyanvapi Masjid Case 

History is more than Hindu-Muslim Conflicts: Expert on Historical Issues Being Politicised today.

Gyanvapi Masjid case: Will History end up dividing India or end up unifying the nation. Professor Makhan Lal Historian says that historians should talk about facts. Facts should not be distorted. Swapan Das Gupta said that there was a constant denial mode that if you talk about the structure of history there will be problems. Muslims will not be demonized with this, provided they learn to live with the history and learn to live with the past. As long as you do not accept your past all these things shall be happening. Muslims should own the good and bad things of history. Prof Imran Habib confirms that whatever is being discussed is already in the books. Claims are being made as if it is happening for the first time. This is the politics of the BJP. "Do not look at history as a conflict between Hindus and Muslims" this is what we are questioning, said Irfan Khan. 

3 May 2022

Modi visits Denmark.
PM Narender Modi addresses community reception in Copenhagen, Denmark on 3 May 2022. Danish Prime Minister graced the occasion.
Indians belonging to different parts of India were present in the reception with their dresses. Modi thanked Telugus, Maharathies, Bangalies, Malayalees, Tamils, Kannadas, Udiyas, and Punjabis. Modi adds that this is what is the strength of India and talked about inclusiveness in cultural diversity. He said, "भाषा अनेक लेकिन भाव एक" is the strength of India. Modi repeated his philosophy again "सबका साथ, सबका विकास सबका विशवास, सबका प्रयास" (efforts of altogether to achieve goals of prosperity for India). He stressed further that this will not only remove the poverty of India but shall improve the prosperity of the people of the world, for a one-fifth population of the world's population live in India.
While appreciating the Indian diaspora of Denmark Modi stressed that it is the Indian culture that Indians respect rules and law of the land and democracy where ever they reside and contribute to the progress of the country where they work and live. It is confirmed by many political leaders of different countries to Narender Modi (7:04). Indians are making a positive contribution to Danish society.
Modi is in Denmark and attending the meeting on the environment. He quoted to save the environment, since centuries Indian culture sees Paramatma in trees and treats the river as a mother goddess. He is of the opinion that the world should change its lifestyle for the environment. The consumption approach and use-and-throw approach should not be followed.
He empowered the Indian diaspora that you are not Ambassadors of government (राज दूत) but are ambassadors of the nation (राष्ट्र दूत). As the nation's ambassador convince five nonindians to visit India and take cognizance of Indian Vedic culture. The concept of one world family is far above the concept of trade propagated by neoliberalism.
Thobani examines critically Modi's visits in other foreign countries and writes that "Hindu nationalism reflects the conservative ideology of Hindutva (Hinduness), grounded in notions of Hindu supremacy wherein the religious and cultural identity of the Indian nation are regarded as fundamentally one and the same(Thobani 2019, 747)." Thobani concludes that the "Hindutva movement is increasingly global in scope and Hindus engage in multiple nationalism near and far (Thobani 2019, 760).
Details are available in Jaipal Datta's research on the Hindutva dissertation.
Youtube Visit of Modi Doordarshan Dated 4 May 2022.

Leidig tweets that India is becoming fascist. A not-so-friendly reminder that this is what it looks like with an elected far-right government in power 🇮🇳The goal of a fascist ethnostate is becoming a deadly reality  News from India today: 1. Hindu mobs have attacked and set fire to a Mosque. 2. ABVP right-wing student outfits affiliated with the RSS attacked JNU students in the guise of eating meat. 3. Muslim street vendors were attacked, and in one instance, killed.

11 March 2022

Pradeep Gupta is a master of the celebrations of polling results. Pradeep Gupta went into detail about each constituency and analyzed the effects of polling. He predicted BJP sweep in Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, Uttarakhand. Gupta also confirmed that AAP shall sweep Punjab.
The needs of the people, what strives them to decide whom to vote on is the main factor in decision making by voters. Mr. Gupta understood the correct conditions of the people and communicated to concerned people.
How do the challenges emerge? And how the incumbents adjust and perform is paramount important.
Pradeep Gupta analyzed region by region and seat by seat voting pattern. Gupta translated the percentage of share to the seats gained by the political parties. Mr. Gupta shall be delivering lectures to academic institutes on how he could predict with 93% accuracy, as informed by India Today.
These results confirm that Narender Bhai Modi changed the rules of the political movement. Those who changed gained in politics, but those who did not change with time went to the margins of the margin of the political spectrum. It is true for politicians, secularists, NGOs, and media persons.

'Even after incumbency, our vote share increased in Manipur, UP & Goa': PM says BJP scripted history - Republic. BJP vote share increased in all states. After ruling 10 years again BJP came to power. In UP and Uttarakhand people voted again BJP. BJP got blessings from north, west, east, and west. Each state has different problems, but these people are uniting for BJP's poor proactive performance appreciated by people. Poor were not getting benefits earlier, but now good governance and delivery gave benefits to the people. We improved governance delivery and added transparency in the complete system.
"PM Modi Thunders 2024 Intent At 2022 Victory Speech; Warns 'the Corrupt, Their Ecosystems' - Republic World - on 11 March 2022
"PM Modi Slams Opposition For Attempts To Disturb 'Mission Ganga' Amid Ukraine-Russia War" India
Manipur: BJP 32/60 Cast and religion failed in presence of development. Manipur was factional but now for progress. It is a tectonic shift on political ground realities in India.

Manipur CM N Biren Singh Speaks To Arnab After Victory, Hails PM's 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas' Mantra  (19) Manipur CM N Biren Singh Speaks To Arnab After Victory, Hails PM's 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas' Mantra - YouTube Sabka Prayas 

Punjab Elections results \: AAP 92/117 Corrupt voted out by AAP.
Results of UP elections
Another thing was noticed in these results today. And that is Pro Incumbency Wave. Till now, only Anti Incumbency Wave i.e. anti-government wave was discussed on news channels in elections. But today's results showed that there can be a great wave in support of the government and the party as well. In the four states where the BJP had governments, it got such a big victory because of this Pro Incumbency Wave.
Bulldozer has become symbol of uprooting mafias and criminals.
Uttar Pradesh: election results constituency-wise: UP results indicate that polarization of votes took place but not that much what SP expected. 2014, 2017, 2019, 2022shows caste, mafiocracy, criminal patronage, most mafia people have lost, many caste people lost their elections proving that democracy is deep rooting now in India.
Where are those people who were talking about doomsday for BJP? Saba Naqvi said that educated Dalits decided that they shall not vote for BJP. Media lost objectivity in the reading of this elections democracy. If people are transcending caste barriers and If people are moving on the road of development, if the country is changing, then some are still biased to BJP. Why? Ravi Shankar Prasad on Republic World. If you play on caste, then you perish.
It was a pro incumbency wave but not an anti-incumbency wave. English proverb In India do not cast their votes but vote their caste. Earlier it was Muslim plus Yadav. But now it is Modi plus Yogi (M+Y). (19) DNA: Election Results - यूपी में योगी-मोदी का ‘नया दौर’| Sudhir Chaudhary | Analysis - YouTube

BSP got a crushing defeat in the election results in UP. BSP President Mayawati came in front of the media with the defeat of her party. She encouraged the party workers. Mayawati said that due to unilateral voting of Muslims, the vote of Dalits was also divided, due to which the BSP suffered a lot. (20) UP Election Result: BSP की बुरी हार पर Mayawati बोलीं- इससे बुरा और क्या होगा - YouTube
Uttrakhand: 47/70 Retained due to development.

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3 March 2022

Equal rights

1. Guru culture in India by Sadguru new Guru after Modi came to power. Youtube  2 March 2022 - Mahashiv Ratri and festival. "Cultural narratives and performances constructed under the ideology of Hindutva both white wash the violence of Hindutva as well as recruit participants into the Islamophobic worldview of Hindutva." Mohan J Dutta, (Issue 11, May 2021, CARE). How can some one prove that this dance and festival induce Islamophobia? Mohan Dutta is wrong in assuming this. 

2. Guru Culture (Art of Living in India and branches around the world) - spreading love and affection around the world. Art of living international centre Bangalore by Guru Ravi Shankar and

3. Guru Culture ( Osho in India and around the world) - spreading love and affection around the world

Maha Shiv Ratri celebrated by Guru in India by music and dance. New Jersey, 28 February 2022 Event Facilitated by - Sw Prem Vivek, Osho Amritam Meditation Center, Edison, NJ, USA.

4. Guru and rape (Asaram) / money earning machine/ entry of mafia in Guru culture (Ram Rahim) / examples are 

5. RSS in Ukraine helping Indian students. RSS has its structure in 50 countries as per the report.

25 February 2022

Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak was an Indian nationalist and freedom fighter. The British called him "Father of the Indian unrest."

25 February 2022

ये तो सियासत ने खींच दी है लकीरें, ❗

वरना तेरी "आस्था" से मेरा "झगड़ा" कब था...!!

19 February 2022

 What is nationalism and for what it is? Why was it important in earlier years? Why has it lost its meaning? Should Hindu nationalism, Islamo nationalism, and Christian nationalism replace American, European, Asian, African, and Arabian nationalism?

We all are human beings and we need food, clothing, and shelter to live and create. We are social, political, and territorial, ... animals. We are emotional. We love, hate, feel proud, anger, greed, and grievance. Desires motivate us for good and evil. We subjugate to power. Power protects us. We devise territories and elect leaders, who are duty-bound to protect us and fulfill our needs for prosperity and happiness.

Leaders infuse nationalism soldiers and demand sacrifice to fight against the other leaders. The Westphalian system caused a lot of wars and humanity agreed to accept national boundaries to avoid war. "Nationalism  [is] to be a form of politics and, therefore. that political analysis provides the key to a general understanding." John Breuilly p. ix.

Breuilly, John. Nationalism and the State. Manchester University Press, 1993. (cited 4288)

Haas, Ernst B. "What is nationalism and why should we study it?" International organization 40, no. 3(1986): 707-744.

Hutchinson, John, Anthony Douglas Smith, and Anthony D. Smith, eds. Nationalism. Oxford readers,


Tagore, Rabindranath. Nationalism. Penguin UK, 2017.

17 February 2022

17 February 2022

Recently I came across this letter written by Mohan J. Dutta, Professor Massey University and many reacted to his writing without understanding why did he write and what was his motive.
My first reaction: it is not possible. Something is wrong somewhere, but It encouraged me to study in detail, for I am convinced that Hindus are not like this.
Read Dutta's original letter about Hinduism dated 11 May 2021
I read his biodata. Dutta is a very intelligent scholar. Dutta did not write his opinion but quoted books and publications published by many authors on this subject. In the last part, he suggests that cultural elements of Hindutva in Aotearoa (New Zealand in the Maori language) be closely examined and interrogated. Dutta further clarifies that it is vital in the backdrop of ongoing challenges of Islamophobia in New Zealand and globally. I do not see anything wrong in it. I agree with him that Hinduphobia should be examined in New Zealand to maintain harmony. My blessings to this young man for his intelligence and far-sightedness.
Writing by others
No sensible citizen/resident of a foreign nation of Hindu ethnicity can dare to act like this. Hindu ethnic residing in a foreign country can criticize Indian Hindu culture but can not dare to act against the interests of that country where Hindus migrated, for Hindus believe in Vasudhaive Kutumbkam (the world is one family) and Sarve Bhavantu Sukhaneh (all should be happy, healthy and prosper. (वसुधैव कुटुंबकम सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिनः).
India is united, for Hindus believe this ideology. Mahatma Gandhi (Gujarati Hindu) used this prayer knowing psychic of Hindus
रघुपति राघव राजा राम, पतितपावन सीता राम/
ईश्वर अल्लाह तेरो नाम, सबको सन्मति दे भगवन //
and did not appreciate the methods of violence to be adopted by Subhash Chander Bose (Bengali Hindu), though both were united against the British to get freedom. Gandhi insisted that the means to achieve freedom are as important as freedom.
What is Hindutva? How is it discussed in India and abroad? Does hatred exist in New Zealand between Hindu communities of the Indian diaspora? Is it real or artificial? If it is in New Zealand, then what about Europe, America, and Canada? It is quite interesting to do the research on Indian nationalism as a student at the University of Auckland who wants to resolve conflict around the world.
I understand that one constituent of the Indian diaspora may appreciate Modi and his policies and another may be against his policies. People from other provincial states, particularly the state in which Narender Bhai Modi is not popular and governed by another political party may not like him. This may be true for the Indian diaspora in other countries. Is there any connection between the Indian diaspora of first-generation residents and citizens with the political atmosphere in India? It is to be studied. How do second generation and third generation react to the development of politics in India? All are interesting questions to study.
"Shut the border, open the dialogue" by Sapna Samant and Mohan Dutta. This writing is about Covid - 19 and what precautions are required after understanding how India works. Nothing wrong with this article. The intentions of Mohan Dutta and Dr. Sapna Samant are in the interests of the New Zealanders.
In Citizen Mohan J. Dutta writes on "Saffron Mainstreamed Through Political and Media Discourse: To reclaim India is to reclaim both the secular and socialist roots of the nation." Many people in India and in the Indian diaspora want to understand "whether India will be India". For this Mohan Dutta asks a question "What is the idea of India that needs to be defended with vigor?" Dutta wants to know how this idea is contemplated/imagined/discussed among the workers, farmers, Muslims. Nothing wrong is in this discussion. Dutta explains his childhood experience and his vision of India. He concluded his opinion that "To reclaim India is to reclaim both the secular and socialist roots of the nation, written into the constitution." Read
I agree with him on this account also, but unluckily I cannot impose my decision on the people of India. Then the question arises what is the solution. People in democracy decide what they want and who should implement their ideology. India is a federal country and each state acts independently. Communists ruled Bengal from the 1970s onwards and then TMC, while Congress ruled India and other states of India directly or indirectly by joining other political parties. People voted for them and removed them from power. The media supported and opposed Congress and BJP. People are free to like and dislike. As of today Modi supported by BJP and RSS is the Prime Minister. Earlier was Manmohan Singh remotely controlled by Sonia Congress. Indira Gandhi wanted socialism with democracy and so on. Democracy facilitates new ideas and new platforms. Change is the law of nature.
My knowledge about VHP and Bajrang dal is limited. So no comment on this writing, which was quoted by others.
According to my thinking nothing wrong with Dutta's white page theory. Your suggestions are welcome.
What about publications in New Zealand Herald about Hindutva and in India? In India, many publications are available against Modi governance by Lutiyan media and supporters of earlier politicians. I do not see anything wrong as people are free to express their opinion and influence the voters. Accordingly, voters may select politicians who govern them. People reelected Modi during the 2019 elections with more MPs than in 2014 confirming his policies.
Academics must earn their livelihood and must look with magnifying glasses and criticize and favor the governors in democracy. Criticism is the backbone of improvement and change in a democracy. I appreciate.
Media helps to spread knowledge to people. Masses get some material to read, discuss and pass time. In return, it helps in the change of governance. It is normal human behavior. Nothing is wrong with it. But Media should be careful and avoid emotional language that can induce conflict.
1. Print India. 9 September 2021.
2. Qiuyi Tan. 27 September 2021. New Zealand Herald
3. Laura Walters. New Zealand. 3 October 2021
4. Radio New Zealand. 4 December 2021.
5 Read what politicians talk about Hindutva

17 February 2022
"India is a vast country where people speak numerous languages. Under such circumstances, there is always room for disagreement. However, Hinduism is the common binding agent that keeps Indians from all parts of India together. Hindutva binds a person to live by core principles that value humanity and righteousness over everything else. Hindutva, an integral part of Sanatana Dharma, speaks in a language understood by all who espouse the qualities of Dharma with the sole aim of attaining Moksha. Hence, the terms Hindu and Hindutva are identical and interchangeable"

14 February 2022

Karnataka school bans Hijab. Muslim women group opposes and say "Hijab is their right." Management of one school in Karnatka had a dress code. Students will come to school in a particular dress. During elections in some states, some students wanted to come to school in Hijab. Management of the school objected to it. But some girls objected to this decision and came. These girls were supported by local political groups. In reaction to this move, some boys and girls came in saffron clothes.

Both are objectionable. Priyanka Gandhi, a Congress leader, told that women have the right to come to school in any dress, even in a bikini. The matter is in the Karnataka High Court. According to the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh college/school management can decide what uniform code should be. Yogi insisted that the nation shall not be governed by Sheriat but by the constitution.
In India, people are accustomed to the tricks played by politicians during election time. Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa elections' results shall guide the future of governance in India - good/goon governance.

The matter is discussed in the Pakistan assembly and by the leaders of OIC (Islamic leaders). (9) Facebook

13 February 2022

Why does Christophe Jaffrelot not write on the following issues? I am purchasing a book to study.

 9 February 2022

In October, Sharma was named along with Dutta and others in a bogus "anti-Hindu" network map on Twitter claiming they were endangering Hindu lives and, most alarming of all, working for the Pakistan intelligence agency.

"It's flat out wrong," Sharma told the Herald. "You hear a lot about conspiracy theories, but being implicated in one is a whole different experience."

"The quarrel may seem foreign and esoteric, but Dutta says New Zealand's 2019 mosque attacks show there is no room for complacency when it comes to any form of extremism.
More importantly, he says, the public backlash against his white paper suggests Hindutva forces are alive and well in Aotearoa".

She knew the people behind the graphic would have trolled through her social media pages and employment history. What else did they know, and what would they do? She was terrified.

9 February 20222

Jaipal Datta Facebook Hinduism v/s Hindutva

"After a controversy erupted over remarks made by senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid in his new book 'Sunrise Over Ayodhya: Nationhood in Our Times', the Congress seems to have got into more trouble with Rahul Gandhi saying that Hinduism and Hindutva are different things. Speaking virtually at a party function, he said, "Is there something common between Hindutva and Hinduism? What is the difference between Hinduism and Hindutva? If they are the same, why they have different names -- why then use the name of Hinduism, and not Hindutva." He asked, "Is there something common between what Guru Nanak, Kabir, Gandhiji, and King Ashoka said about the Hindutva ideology? The difference between Hinduism as we know it & Hindutva? Are they the same thing? Can they be the same thing? They are obviously two different things." Hinduism & Hindutva are different: Rahul. (2021, Nov 13). Free Press Journal, Retrieved from
"Let me end with a very brief excerpt from President Richard von Weizsacker's extraordinarily wise and insightful speech given on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the end of WWII: 'The young and old generations must and can help each other to understand why it is vital to keep alive our memories. lt is not a case of coming to terms with the past. That's not possible. It cannot be subsequently modified or undone. However, anyone who closes his eyes to the past is blind to the present. Whoever refuses to remember one's inhumanity is prone to new risks of infection." Kiran Nagarkar. January 29, 2018. Constitution versus Cow. India Today. I add: One should believe and convey further, only after analyzing why it is written, by whom it is written, and for what purpose it is written.

8 February 2022
It is coincident that the politics of the Hijab and Uttar Pradesh Elections overlap in India. Only six girls are insisting that Hijab is their right. The high court may discuss this issue. In India, voters are accustomed to all these tricks before elections by the political parties to polarise and try to win the elections.
6 February 2022
Indian politics discuss openly Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian, Parsi, Buddhist etc. Still people live together. People understand the politics played by miscreants.
It is taking time to change the Indian culture imbibed during slavery of 350 years. Now academics change the definition of slavery. Do academics confuse people?

5 February 2022
Corruption and mafia rule in Uttar Pradesh during Sonia Congress time explained by Yogi Adityanath. He said in the parliament that if parliament cannot provide him security he shall resign. He won with 50,000 votes,100,000 votes and 150,000 votes in each five year election. But mafia is targeting him and mafia is supported by political parties during 2008.
Why and who are opposing Modi and Yogi?

3 January 2022

"Over the past two decades, Hindu nationalism has been coupled with a form of national-populism that has proved to be potent at the polls―first in Gujarat and then in India at large. One man has been the driver of this change: Narendra Modi. He evolved a highly personalized political style, seducing Indians with the promise of development on the one hand and polarizing the electorate along ethnoreligious lines on the other. Both facets of his particular national populism were communicated directly to voters through numerous and diverse channels of communication that have come to saturate the public space. Drawing on original interviews conducted across India, Christophe Jaffrelot shows how Modi’s government has moved India toward a new form of democracy: an ethnic democracy that equates the majoritarian community with the nation and relegates Muslims and Christians to second-class citizens who are fair targets for vigilante groups. This muscular Hindu nationalism thrives on attacks against secularists, intellectuals, universities, and NGOs. Jaffrelot explains how the political system of India has acquired authoritarian features for other reasons too. Eager to govern not only in New Delhi, but also in the states, the government has centralized power at the expense of federalism and undermined institutions that were part of the checks and balances. Modi’s India is a sobering account of how a once-vibrant democracy has gone wrong". Christophe Jaffrelot. 3 January 2022. "Modi's India: Hindu Nationalism and the Rise of Ethnic Democracy" Westland Publishers.

"Over the past two decades, thanks to Narendra Modi, Hindu nationalism has been coupled with a form of national-populism that has ensured its success at the polls, first in Gujarat and then in India at large. Modi managed to seduce a substantial number of citizens by promising them development and polarizing the electorate along ethno-religious lines. Both facets of this national-populism found expression in a highly personalized political style as Modi related directly to the voters through all kinds of channels of communication in order to saturate the public space.

Drawing on original interviews conducted across India, Christophe Jaffrelot shows how Modi's government has moved India toward a new form of democracy, an ethnic democracy that equates the majoritarian community with the nation and relegates Muslims and Christians to second-class citizens who are harassed by vigilante groups. He discusses how the promotion of Hindu nationalism has resulted in attacks against secularists, intellectuals, universities, and NGOs. Jaffrelot explains how the political system of India has acquired authoritarian features for other reasons, too. Eager to govern not only in New Delhi but also in the states, the government has centralized power at the expense of federalism and undermined institutions that were part of the checks and balances, including India's Supreme Court.

Modi's India is a sobering account of how a once-vibrant democracy can go wrong when a government-backed by popular consent suppresses dissent while growing increasingly intolerant of ethnic and religious minorities." 3 August 2021.

4 December 2021

A strain of Hindu nationalism, Hindutva, has grown in global prominence since 2014 under Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s BJP party. Now tensions are rising in the Indian community, both here and internationally, between those supporting Hindutva, and those concerned it promotes racism and Islamophobia. 

At the center of the row in New Zealand is Massey University Professor Mohan J Dutta. He has written on how Hindutva thinking is being used to create a sense of pride in the Indian diaspora, yet is also leading to prejudice. Dutta has been the subject of online abuse, and a petition has been circulating, asking that Massey University and Dutta cease such publishing. 

Dutta is himself a Hindu and says supporters of Hindutva wrongly conflate it with Hinduism, which is a far broader church. 

Prof Mohan Dutta: the worrying rise of right-wing Hindutva thinking | RNZ

11 November 2021

On the special occasion of India’s 75 years of freedom, the iconic summit has been aptly themed, Celebrating India @75. Shaping India @100. We have with us the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal with the fiery Navika Kumar. Mr Kejriwal opens up on his party's regional plans in Goa, UP and other states. He also speaks on how Hindutva of the current times is not "true Hindutva." The session gets heated up when Navika asks some politically loaded questions. Tune in to watch eminent Indian leaders and their views on global matters of current importance at the Times Now Summit. #TimesNowSummit #TimesNowSummit2021 #ArvindKejriwal

Arvind Kejariwal says that he is Hanuman Bhakt. What ever Ram says that is Hidutva. Hindutva is not raping, and dhamkana to others. Ram took jhuthe ber of    . Hindutva Jodta hai todta hai. Bhagwan Ram achran is Hindutva. 120 crores of Indians believe in Hindutva. In political sphere how do you see Hindutva. (3:58  to 8.00 Onwards)

Hindutva explained by Arvind Kejariwal Ram is Hindutva. True Hindutva is that Muslman worship Allah. Christian worship Christ and Hindu his 33 million Gods.

5 October 2021

"This is so infectious that we see the self-styled anti-racist left using the image of the white damsel in distress at the hands of dark pagan savages. This was used more recently in its defence of Audrey Truschke, an American anti-Hindu academic who herself has links to far-right Christian missionaries. Yet that religious fervour is easily morphed into the secular humanist attack, because that secularism is itself the offspring of a once-dominant church and Christian theology.

Now whenever attacked, the Guardian wheel out their ‘coolies’ writers of Indian origin who as with the local collaborators with colonialist rule, know how to toe the line. But behind these puppets, it is the white master that controls the strings. Strangely enough, this anti-Hindu sentiment does not necessarily come from the masses. Indeed it is the white working-class who themselves are looked down upon by the woke writers of the Guardians, as mere ignorant, Brexit-supporting ‘chavs’. These ‘chavs’ are ironically derided as racist by the same newspaper that is infested with Hinduphobia.”

3 October 2021 

Deep divisions are brewing within Aotearoa’s Indian diaspora, highlighting parallels to the mindsets that preceded the March 15 Christchurch terror attack. Those fighting the rise of a far-right Indian nationalist ideology have spoken out. But they worry no one is listening. Laura Walters reports.

Professor Mohan Dutta seems conflicted.

The polite Massey University academic thanks me, then thanks me again. He wants people to know about the rise of a far-right Indian nationalist movement that’s made its way into the New Zealand diaspora.

The rise of Hindutva and hate in Aotearoa's Indian diaspora | by Laura Walters date 3 October 2021

27 September 2021

"Police are concerned about all forms of extremism in NZ that has the potential to manifest in threatening acts of violence."

In May, Dutta published a two-page white paper about Islamophobic elements in far-right Hindu nationalist ideology, or Hindutva, calling for careful examination of its presence in New Zealand.

Hindutva refers to a political ideology that seeks to establish a monolithic Hindu nation in India, a movement that has gained ground since Narendra Modi's nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party came to power in 2014.

Police aware of concerns about far-right Indian nationalist groups in NZ - NZ Herald by Qiuyi Tan dated 27 September 2021.

15 September 2021

Populism Worldwide

"There has been an increase in populist parties and sentiments in North AmericaEurope, and Latin America over the last six years.

Populism can be explained using multiple different approaches. Some scholars argue that ideologically, populist governments differentiate between “the people” from “the elite”. This approach to populism also emphasizes that populism is usually paired with another ideology that defines “the people.” An example of an ideology often paired with right-wing populism is nativism, the belief in exclusionary policies protecting individuals born in a country over foreign-born people.

While populist effects are complex, they can be negative. For example, appealing only to the majority can have detrimental consequences on minority rights. This becomes even more dangerous when appeals to the majority limit “the people” to an ethnic or racial majority." With far right groups on the rise, we should keep an eye on populism this federal election (

15 August 2021

Sabka Saath , Sabka Vishwas by Modi (4:34). Youtube video 15 August 2021, 5:34.

19 May 2021

Mohan Dutta writes about cultural Hindutva and Islamophobia on his website CARE.

20 November 2020

If you see the attempts of the government over the past year – the May 2020 economic stimulus package, the farmer bills, labour law reforms, October 2020 announcements and this month’s stimulus package – there is definitely an intention to work towards a stronger economy. However, almost every week, a hard right agenda item comes and dominates headlines. This takes attention away from real issues, gets India horrible international press, makes businesses nervous and most of all – damages the legacy of the government.

Like the hard left, the hard right exists and manages to make a lot of noise. However, at some point, both the hard left and hard right risk damaging governance. Any party in power has the responsibility to check its extreme elements, while somehow not upsetting its base. BJP needs to do it, as it risks spoiling its legacy despite all the good work.

Managing India’s hard right: Extraordinarily loyal to BJP, it’s also destroying the NDA government’s economic legacy ( Chetan Bhagat 20 November 2020

24 August 2021

24 February 2020

"Mohammad was still reeling from the shock when, just months after the Christchurch shootings, he started experiencing a form of prejudice he didn't think existed in Aotearoa. Indian immigrants, fuelled by recent political developments in their home country, started targeting Muslims with anti-Islamic posts in New Zealand-based Facebook groups".

"I've seen these posts. They're not just offensive, but also disturbingly close to home, because these Islamophobes live in New Zealand. And in a small society like ours, it's only too easy to find and harass those who speak out - which is why this piece is written by a migrant Muslim under a pen name, and Mohammad's name has been changed.

The surge in anti-Islam sentiment started thousands of kilometres away from New Zealand, with the introduction in India of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and a proposed National Register for Citizens (NRC).

The act grants Indian citizenship to religious minorities from neighbouring countries - except Muslims

The proposed national register aims to document all legal citizens of India so those in the country unlawfully can be deported. For most of those whose homes were destroyed in incidents like the Gujarat riots, producing these documents is impossible: one of them is Mohammad's sister, a woman who was born in India and has spent her entire life there.

There have been protests around the world, including New Zealand, against the CAA and NRC for their discrimination against Muslims. In New Zealand this seems to have incensed Kiwi Indian supporters of the hard right BJP-led government that introduced the law".  by Shahid S.

23 February 2020

Arif Mohmad Khan speaks about Hindu culture in India. Khan is known to stand up for equal rights. He quotes Rabinder Nath Tagore, Sarvpalli Radhakrishnan. Nehru was critical of secularism. His talk is in Hindi but worth listening to by Indians. Spiritual democracy is in the blood of Indians. Secularism was defined after democracy in the west. Secularism in India is before thousand years. Indian democracy by nature accepts many cultures. एकम सम विप्रा बहुधा (विविधता )विदन्ति" Truth is one. It can have many opinions. Nehru said that this is Indian way of life. The Indian way of life accepts all cultures. Indians believe in rebirth and Karma Theory.
Blasphemy does not have any word in Sanskrit Vedic language. There is no Kafir word in the Hindu religion.
In Hindu Sanskriti, there is no "other". See all with the same rules.
India is known for centuries for knowledge.
"यूनानो मिस्र ओ रुमा, सब मिट गए जहाँ से /
बाकी मगर है अब तक नामो निशां हमारा//
कुछ बात है की हस्ती मिटती नहीं हमारी /
सदियों रहा है दुश्मन दौरे जमां हमारा //" (He explains about the culture of Hindustan and says that India was known for her Knowledge (10:33). Literature of 6th and 7th century writes about this.
"अहम् ब्रह्मास्मि " (16:47). I am atman (आत्मां) not the body. And the same atman lives in you. So this was the knowledge. India was always the source of knowledge and not the architecture of Rome or the comforts of Iran. It is universalism. Values that are eternal everlasting is Sanatani culture. Indians kept these words alive till today.
India was always secular of Indian religious style (19:12). The secularism of France is different from than secularism definition of America. Secularism is deeply engraved in Sanathan Dharma. Gandhi and Sarv Palli Radha Krishnan were spiritual. India cannot exist with imported ideas. It is not actual. Indian political democracy was not there but it was spiritual democracy (23:17). Indian culture for many centuries respect and accepts diversity एकम सद (सत), विप्रा बहुधा विदन्ति (25:12 to 26:14). [Trith is one, each intellectual explains differently].
Citizen Amendment Act: Why is there so much negativity on CAA (36:34 onwards)? Khan explains and blames leadership before 1947 and after 1947. Read the report of the Aurat organization of Pakistan.

13 December 2018 

 "While liberals and leftists quickly united against the rise of the far-right, they chose to largely ignore the rise of Hindu nationalism in the world’s largest secular democracy. Especially after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, the necessity of expanding the anti-fascist praxis to include all forms of racism, from anti-Semitism to Islamophobia, was emphasized by many. However, the opposition to Hindu nationalism has not yet been made part of the broader movement, despite the well-documented suffering of India’s minorities under BJP’s rule".

"Instead, the idea that India is a “Hindu nation” is being accepted as a given by the majority of liberals. The fact that India’s constitution defines the state as “secular” is being ignored, and Hindu nationalism is being presented as a benevolent movement despite ample evidence to the contrary".

Why white supremacists and Hindu nationalists are so alike | The Far Right | Al Jazeera by Aadita Chaudhury | Al Jazeera News | Today's latest from Al Jazeera


Congress party was ruling Maharashtra till 26 September 2014. Only for a while, BJP ruled from 14 March 1995 till 17 October 1999. On 8 November 2006 Malegaon bombing took place.2007 Samjahota Express bombing and 29 September 2008 Malegaon blast took. 26 November 2008 Pakistan-trained terrorist attacked Taj hotel in Mumbai.

In 2008 Resident of India was Pratibha Patil, Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari (his brother is in jail for his unlawful activities), Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Chief Justice K.G.Balakrishnan and President of Congress was Sonia Gandhi - wife of Rajive Gandhi Son of Indira Gandhi. Sonia Gandhi was from Italy or East European country - Christian. During this period political vendetta and corruption in India was at peak. Due to this even Lt Col Shrikant Purohit and Sadhvi Pragya were arrested and named the key conspirator in Malegaon Bombings case of 2008. On 23 September 2011 The supreme court rejected the bail plea of Sadhvi Pragya. On August 21, and December 27, 2017 The Supreme court drops MCOCA charges against Sadhvi and Lt. Col Purohit. 

Bidwai publishes that "terrorism in India is an enterprise run mainly, if not exclusively, by Islamic extremists. The rise of Hindutva terrorism cannot be seen in isolation from the climate of divisiveness and the culture of hate that the Bhartiya Janta Party has consciously promoted in its cynical pursuit of power." [Bidwai, Praful. Confronting the Reality of Hindutva Terrorism. Economic and Political Weekly 43, no. 47 (2008): 10-13. 

Ansari leaked out the information of RAW agents in Iran to Iranian Intelligence as per RAW papers. It may be a coincidence that terrorists were given a free passage to Pakistan when the Home Minister of India was Mufti from Jammu and Kashmir.

His brother was Mukhtar Ansari, brother of ex-Vice President of India.

N K Sood has served 30+ Years in Research & Analysis Wing. He has served in countries like Iran, UK & many other. In an explosive interview given exclusively to Defensive Offence, he gets candid & talks about Dawood & his links in Indian Politics. Corruption was anonymous with Congress. N.K. Sood explains about corruption during Congress time. Mafia is supported by politicians.


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    30/09/2021 · Petition EN 3280 has been filed at the Australian Parliament which requests to Recognise Hinduphobia

  • 14. Combating Hinduphobia, Protecting the Hindu Identity - ASEEMA

    8/04/2020 · HindutvaHindutva was an ideology that was conceived by Savarkar and later spread by political and social groups. It is not a religion, which comes with numerous sects, sub sects, traditions, belief and customs. Hindutva is understood as an identity of the Hindu culture, which incorporates the values of Hinduism.

  • 15. The rise of Hindutva and hate in Aotearoa's Indian ...


    3/10/2021 · The Hindutva machine spouts hate against minority groups, like Muslims, women and so-called “lower-caste” Indians. Since he wrote the white paper, Cultural Hindutva and Islamophobia , the ...

  • 16. Working Definition of Hinduphobia - Understanding Hinduphobia


    21/06/2021 · Working Definition of HinduphobiaHinduphobia is a set of antagonistic, destructive, and derogatory attitudes and behaviors towards Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) and Hindus that may manifest as prejudice, fear, or hatred. Hinduphobic rhetoric reduces the entirety of Sanatana Dharma to a rigid, oppressive, and regressive tradition.

  • 17. ‘Dismantle Hindutva’ vs ‘understand Hinduphobia’: Battle ...

    9/09/2021 · ‘Hindutva vs Hinduphobia ... in the field of history and religious studies to counter what they fear were distortions of history maligning Hindu culture to perpetuate Hinduphobia. ...

  • 18. Hinduphobia is Growing and Hindu “Advocacy” is Failing

    The cultural studies researcher Sarah Gates has written that the term “Hinduphobia” has been in use since at least 1883. This is a very important finding. Unfortunately, with all the petty scuffling on “our side” for credit and echo-chamber caste-status, even the basic homework has been neglected, much to the advantage of those institutionally mendacious armies of Hindupobia.

  • 19. American Critics Of Hindu Nationalism Risk Sustained ...


    17 hours ago · As American awareness and, consequently, criticism of Hindu nationalism (or “Hindutva

  • 20. Crying Hindutva - The Hindutva Harassment Manual and a ...


    Additionally, cultural studies researcher Sarah Louise Gates has traced the usage of the term “Hinduphobia” going back to the late 19 th century and into early 20 th century (e.g., a snapshot from York Newspaper March 20, 1883. Source: Sarah Louise Gates and …

  • 21. CARE OpEd: The communicative strategies of Hindutva – CARE

    Hindutva, a political ideology that seeks to construct India in the structure of ... rooted in the desire to create a Hindu nation that is organised on the principles of the European nation-state through cultural hegemony that homogenises the ... constructing references to Hinduphobia, in seeking to assert its cultural hegemony in the ...

  • 22. Hinduphobia To Hindumisia: Advancement of Western Academia ...


    17/12/2021 · Despite formally differentiating between Hinduism and Hindutva, an unholy alliance of evangelical groups, woke liberals and Islamists is trying to label all those standing up for Hindu rights as Hindutva activists and Islamophobes. This is how anti-Semitism begins, by de-humanising people and imagining the worst about them.

  • 23. Opinion : Hinduphobia Is Being Weaponized For The Defense ...


    11/09/2021 · Opinion: Hinduphobia Is Being Weaponized For The Defense of Hindutva. Unlike some people who want you to believe that Hindu supremacism is a product of the past decade or so, the truth is clear: its existence is over a century old. Currently, the RSS is the largest and oldest fascist organization in the world. Md Asif Khan.

  • 24. Hinduphobia: Deconstructing the anti-Hindu Hindu – Minhaz ...

    25/09/2021 · In a liberal democracy, self-criticism is an asset, not a liability. But Hinduphobia is not self-criticism. It is an extreme, anarchic form of hate. - Minhaz Merchant With PM Modi's first in-person bilateral meeting with the United States President Joe Biden in Washington this week, expect a surge in Modiphobia and Hinduphobia. I'm not a…

  • 25. Hindu Life View - Symbols, Hindutva, Spotting Hinduphobia ...

    r/hinduism. Sanātana Dharma (Devanagari: सनातन धर्म meaning "eternal dharma") is the original name of Hinduism. It is considered to be the oldest living religion in the world. Hinduism is often called a "way of life", and anyone sincerely following that way of life can consider themselves to be a Hindu. What this way of life ...

  • 26. A Response to Hindu Youth Council's Press Release ...


    In conflating Hindutva with Hinduism, the Hindu Youth press release mirrors the strategy of Hindutva organizations in India and in other parts of the world, producing the smokescreen of Hinduphobia to silence the criticism of a fascist ideology. They even throw in a term Hindumisia that is in vogue in the Hindutva twitter sphere.


    14/11/2021 · Hinduphobia is a fancy name ... Hindutva means “Being ... Hindus have already faced extinction in the past — India is the only country that managed to …

  • 28. Hinduphobia is a construct to silence the critics of ...

    9/09/2021 · Hinduphobia is a construct to silence the critics of Hindutva Right in India. “Hinduphobia” is a term coined to counterweight "Islamophobia" that represents deeply entrenched racism against the followers of Islam, especially in the post 9/11 scenario. The recent protest against the New Democratic leader Jagmeet Singh in Burnaby, and the ...

  • 29. Hinduphobia: Deconstructing the anti-Hindu Hindu – Minhaz ...

    25/09/2021 · In a liberal democracy, self-criticism is an asset, not a liability. But Hinduphobia is not self-criticism. It is an extreme, anarchic form of hate. - Minhaz Merchant With PM Modi's first in-person bilateral meeting with the United States President Joe Biden in Washington this week, expect a surge in Modiphobia and Hinduphobia. I'm not a…

  • 30. Hinduphobia is real. : Kerala - reddit


    Hinduphobia is realCulture. And so is Islamophobia and Christianophobia or whatever the term for the latter is, and I'm tired of pretending like they don't exist. This isn't a hate post. It's an incoherent rant, and hopefully a step towards dialogue about the increasing intolerance against religion of all kinds, but I'd completely understand ...

  • 31. The Hindu Right and Attacks on Academic Freedom in the US

    1/12/2021 · The Hindu American Foundation (HAF), an advocacy group for the Hindu right based in Washington, D.C., led protests arguing that academic critiques of Hindutva 

  • 32. Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit confirms that he was falsely implicated.   

    According to Brigadier Raj Kumar (Retired), who was the nodal officer of the army in the Malegaon blast case, the army inquiry did not find any evidence that Col Purohit had supplied RDX for the blast while he couldn't explain possession of an illegal weapon at his residence. n the letter written to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) by Lt Col Purohit in December 2013 from the Navi Mumbai jail, Lt Col Purohit claimed that he was beaten mercilessly and threatened in order to own up to a crime he never was guilty of. The Army officer also alleged that he was held in illegal detention. Notably, the claim by Lt Col Purohit was investigated by the NHRC. Officers who have been named in the letter have already responded and given their explanations to the human rights panel. However, it is the first time that the original copy of the letter is under public scrutiny. Also Read - 22,000 Patients & Employees Left Without Food An Medicines: Mamata Banerjee A complaint has been sent to the Prime Minister’s office by an activist named Neeraj Gunde, who has sought a probe into the matter. Meanwhile, speaking to a news source, Lt Col Purohit stood by his claims and confirmed all the allegations he has made, “It’s there in the letter,” he said. On August 17, last year, Purohit had told the Supreme Court that he had been rotting away in jail for nine years after being caught in a “political crossfire”. The apex court had granted him bail, even though the Bombay High Court did not stand by this decision.