What Indian Military Really Needs

By Anang Pal Malik It is estimated that at its peak, the total strength of soldiers present in Delhi during the 1857 War of Independence reached about 60,000. But they were all More »

Why Politicians Are Able To Grant Their Vote Banks Immunity From Law

    On 27th August 2013, in the Kawal village of Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh, two cousins were brutally killed when they objected to molestation of a girl in the family. More »

The Great Indian Education Loot

By Anang Pal Malik My first memory of school is of the day I was literally dragged by four boys to the primary school in our village, and as they handed over More »

Mr Prime Minister, Scrap The National Green Tribunal Before It Scraps India.

By Anang Pal Malik The National Green Tribunal was constituted following the passage of the National Green Tribunal Act of 2010. Initially the country was given to understand that the Tribunal would More »

Engineers With Rs 10000 per month Salary, Farmer Suicides, Land Acquisition Bill, And Future Of India

By Anang Pal Malik In India, average salary of an engineering graduate, fresh from college, is between Rs 15000 to Rs 20000 per month, and it is easy to hire them at More »

A Journey From Modinagar To Manesar

Human beings settled down from a life of nomads to become farmers but soon afterwards those who were entrusted arms to defend settlements from raiders, turned on their own and declared that More »


The British Loot Of India: Myths And Facts

By Anang Pal Malik Man does not realise what humungous falsehoods can be fed to him. Without distortion of a single fact, a totally false conclusion  can be arrived at, and that conclusion them can be promoted as a fact

Currency Inflation By Governments: The Most Destructive Force In The World

रुपए केवल हमें अपना सामान बेचने ख़रीदने में सहायता करने के लिए होते है, रुपए ख़ुद सामान नहीं होते है।   वैसे तो सरकार को अपना काम अपनी आमदनी(टैक्स की आय) में चलाना चाहिए, लेकिन अगर सरकार अपनी आमदनी से

The Book “Corruption In India”

Anang Pal Malik’s book, Corruption In India is releasing by the end of this month. All that you wanted to know about the extent, the consequences, the causes, and the remedy of corruption in India, and all that you never

Minimum Wage Madness: How The Leftists Induce Mass Stupidity

By Anang Pal Malik The Leftists are obsessed with profits. Marx taught them that the owner earns the profit out of the work the workers do, and so, naturally, he maximises his profit by keeping the wages only enough to

Right To Education Act: The Cruel Joke On Our Children

Right To Education was thought of as an obligation of the governments at the Centre and in the States to make available government schools to all children who wanted to attend a school. In itself it is a laudable objective.

Global Warming/Climate Change Fraudsters Want To Criminalise Speech Critical Of Them

West Bengal and Kerala are the two Indian states which see maximum political violence: attacks on rival party members including their murders, destruction of public property, and arrests and prosecution of persons who dare to criticise the politicians in power.

Not Just A Flyover, India’s Whole Government Contract System Collapsed In Kolkata (Mr L1 Consumes Over 34 Human Beings)

On 31 March 2016, a span of the under construction flyover in Girish Park neighbourhood in Kolkata came crashing down, crushing to death over 34 persons and injuring many others. This accident at a construction site in India was not

Inland Water Transport In India: The Windmill In Animal Farm

In the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, the story of the windmill runs through much of the novel. Heated debates takes place between its promoters and its opposers. It is supposed to prove to the world that animals are

All That You Wanted To Know About Leftism: The Most Destructive Force Of Industrial Age

What is Leftism? Most people would answer that the ideology that advocates State ownership of means of production is Leftism. And Leftists are thriving under the cover of this misconception. The people who advocate total State ownership of the means

Socialism: Loot-Thy-Neighbour-Through-Government Scheme

The Brits, whatever they were, left India a place with rule of law, and a vibrant free market system. Airlines was private, banks were private, HAL was private.   They left primary schools in villages in which teachers actually used