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Kamala Harris: It’s Official, A Tam-Brahm Ponnu is V-P Candidate

Kamala Harris is strong enough to withstand pressure from her Republican opponents as well as from the left/progressive cabals

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Paatal Lok: Antidote To Anti-Hindu Propaganda

A Family Man that upholds the Pakistani PoV on Kashmir or the ilk of Leila and Paatal Lok that defames Hinduism cannot be made if nationalist subscribers react wisely

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Brahmin As Villain: Violent Hate, Puerile Demonising

Can Harvard University Press tweet an image of a Devil-guided imam beheading people in a row? How dare they take a Brahmin for granted!

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Sakshi-Ajitesh Affair May Not Be A Case Of Liberty

Sakshi Mishra and Ajitesh Kumar are news because their affair has divided society: not all Dalits are happy and not all Brahmins are upset

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President Kovind’s caste didn’t keep him away from Jagannath

To have an informed view of caste in today’s political climate is to walk on a razor’s edge. On one side, you have the devil of shameless caste supremacy and on the other, the deep sea of manufactured victimisation. While the former is cloaked in some kind of retarded rationalisation, the latter is a billion […]

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TDB, which controls Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple, recruits non-Brahmins including Dalits as priests

Thiruvananthapuram: The Travancore Dewaswom Board (TDB), which controls the Sabarimala Ayyappa temple, has decided to appoint 36 non-Brahimns as priests in its temples. The number includes 6 Dalits. This is unprecedented in the history of recruitment of priests to the temples under the board. The TDB conducted written tests and interviews for the recruitment of […]

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Jayalalithaa buried, not cremated

Chennai: Former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J Jayalalithaa’s mortal remains were buried and not cremated next to the grave of MG Ramachandran. It was a decision of the AIADMK, based, reportedly, on the belief that the act would strengthen the party’s roots in Dravidian politics. The organisers of the funeral had laid a red […]

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Nobody Tried To Save Rohith

[dropcap]P[/dropcap]olitics is a lucrative profession. It stands on 3 conflicts — religious, caste and economic. This is universally true with the first 2 conflicts varying in degree, depending on the socio-religious-cultural framework of the country. In India, the way democracy has shaped up, politics has come to rest on 3 pegs: communal conflict largely between […]