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Rajiv Malhotra’s Copy-Editor Thom Loree responds to plagiarism allegation

Recently, a few indologists have tried to corner Rajiv Malhotra with their baseless allegation of plagiarism in his last book Indra’s Net. In the midst of war of words, here is an important statement by the copy editor of the book Mr Thom Loree, who labels these allegations as ‘unreasonable and grossly unfair’. Here is what he had to say: “As Rajiv Malhotra’s copy-editor,... 

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Battle for Sanskrit

List of Important articles ArticleAuthorSource July 14, 2015 Requesting publishers of Rajiv Malhotra not to yield to mafia pressure tactics that seek to threaten intellectual freedomMadhu KishwarPetition on Change.org July 18, 2015 Dear Andrew Nicholson..by Rajiv MalhotraSwarajya Mag Wendy's revenge: Plagiarism charge against Rajiv Malhotra is a red herringby Rajeev SrinivasanFirstpost Plagiarism... 

The Forgotten Heroes: Hindu soldiers in the First World War

The narration of First World War is that war was predominantly European and was fought exclusively by Europeans. This is quite a long way departure from the truth. Today, while few would remember that Indian Corps won 13,000 medals and 12 Victoria Crosses in the First World War, Hindus’ contribution in the war is altogether undermined.[1] The apathy towards an important footnote in contemporary history... 

How Old is the Word ‘Hindu’?

Here is an eye-opening article about the antiquity of the word “Hindu.” The communist historians of India and the Western Indologists claim that the word “Hindu” was invented by the Arabs in the 8th century and its origins lay in the Persian practice of replacing “S” with “H”. However, many inscriptions over a thousand years older than this period have used the word ”Hindu” or its... 

What makes Indian Diaspora kowtow to anti-Indian criminals?

What makes Indian Diaspora kowtow to anti-Indian criminals?
by Balesh Singh Dhankhar Indian Diaspora in Australia has quite enthusiastic in welcoming artists, but this enthusiasm surprisingly when the artist is criminally prosecuted in India for anti-Indian activities. This myopic zeal of Indian people cause sadness and disheartening when it is shown to individuals who have been acting against Indian and Indian peoples’ interests. In case of Rahat Fateh... 
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