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 »

 

GREEN ACTIVISM or THE UNMAKING OF MAKE-IN-INDIA

By Shubhranshu During my interaction with a Chamber of Industries in Karur (Tamil Nadu) I came across the President of the Truck and Bus Body Builders’ Association, people who build buses and lorries on bare chassis. I asked the gentleman

The Hoax Called “Labour Shortage”

Douglas Murray in his book The Strange Death Of Europe describes how Europe’s doors were opened to mass immigration in the 1950s and 1960s in the name of labour shortage, apparently caused by second World War. The claim of labour

“The Strange Death of Europe”

Douglas Murray has come out with a terrific new book, The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam. So how is the book different from earlier books on the theme, for example Mark Steyn‘s America Alone or After America; or Bruce

Socialism Consumes One More Country: Venezuela

“Why can’t they eat cake?” वेनेज़ुएला के पास दुनिया का सबसे बड़ा तेल का भंडार है। वेनेज़ुएला के पास लेकिन समाजवाद भी है। जैसे समाजवादी भारत रेत ही रेत होते हुए भी रेत आयात करने की योजना बना रहा है,

OF Looming Water Crisis; And Ban On Sand Dredging

Every river flows along the deepest line of its drainage basin which is bound by ridgelines on either side. The aquifers (water bearing sandy layers under ground surface) also slope from the ridge toward river. During rains, the aquifers recharge,

UP Results For A Dharmic

By Omendra Ratnu Much is being said about the recent ‘ Tsunamo ‘ in UP from all quarters . This is an attempt to decipher UP results from a Dharmic perspective . FIRST : This should be a watershed election

Of The Fraud Called Global Warming/Climate Change

1. Climate of the planet is always changing. In last 1000 years itself, the earth has been much warmer and much colder than it is today. Climate of the earth is controlled by the Sun, and Sun alone. Even in

Why India Can’t Produce One World Class MNC

How prosperous a country is, is directly dependent on the amount of Capital invested per capita. Capital is earnings saved, not consumed. If Mallya had collected all the money he needed as share Capital, instead of loans from the banks.

Boycotting Chinese Goods

चीन का सामान मत ख़रीदो। अच्छा अभियान है। बस इतना कहना चाहेंगे कि मेरे प्यारे से देश वासी, भोले से देश वासी, देश भक्त देश वासी; रात में सोने से पहले एक बार ये ज़रूर पता करने की कोशिश करेंगे

P Sainath’s Nero’s Guests; And The Alternate Reality The Indian Left Creates For Educated Indians

(The following was written, and published on Facebook, by Anang Pal Malik on 30-09-2012, in response to P Sainath’s documentary Nero’s Guests. -Ed) V S Naipaul says that almost all novels by Indian authors are autobiographical because Indians know so