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The Queen of Jhansi and the recollection of Azaadi (the cause of the struggle for freedom) in Hindustan, now Bharat or India.

Ithihaas gavaa hai kae eis zameen there have been many songs written on the history of the Indian subcontinent, Hindustan. Par khuun kae khuraag sae hi sathyapthi ka parampthi yaheen hai , yet it is through blood that new nations rise up to fight each other. 321 more words

Last Letter: Chapter 5

She had rung the bell for over ten times now. Nobody was opening the door. She knocked on the door several times. The house was very old, and dilapidated. 607 more words

Literary Corner

Gandhiji as a Conceptual Artist and the Residency Circuit Artists in India

EDITORIAL:  Gandhiji as a Conceptual Artist and the Residency Circuit Artists in India / Johny ML


Today is Gandhi Jayanti, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. Had he been alive, he would have been 148 years old now. 1,979 more words

Editorial

Remembering Bhagat Singh

On this day, 110 years ago, a charismatic revolutionary was born who went on to change the face of Indian freedom movement and beliefs of future generations. 541 more words

India

A man who lives the Mahatma each day through rare memorabilia

At times when there is growing buzz about how Mahatma Gandhi’s image on Indian currency could be a thing of the past, one man Ratan Lal Chauhan is considered the biggest fan of Mahatma Gandhi in India.He proves that for India Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was, is and will remain the father figure who fought for India to have her tryst with destiny. 438 more words

Newsy Takes

India following policy of coercion, defamation & intimidation in IOK: Mirwaiz

Srinagar, September 06 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Hurriyat forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has said that India is following a policy of coercion, defamation and intimidation in Kashmir instead of addressing the actual issue of Kashmir. 918 more words

Freedom Struggle

Quest for freedom on Independence Day

Happy Independence Day!

With pride I watch, like every other Indian, the unfurling of the tricolor and the celebrations on the 71st Independence Day. India celebrates her birthday, her liberation from the largely perceived as “oppressive and repressive” 200-year colonial British rule. 610 more words

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