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Tamil Nadu Government’s scant regard for Cow Protection

by B R Haran
on 25 Sep 2014

Glorious Bharatiya Tradition:
When it comes to religious tradition and the cultural heritage associated with it, our culture stands foremost in the world, with thousands of temples more than millennia old, a continuous legacy of pious worship by Hindus from across the world. Since ancient times, temples have been seats of learning. The temple tradition includes protection, preservation and progression of Vedas, agamas, literature, arts, architecture, gau samrakshana, music, fine arts and culture.

Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces at Work in the Nation-State

Source: Geopolitical Weekly
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
By Zhixing Zhang

"Here begins our tale: The empire, long divided, must unite; long united, must divide. Thus it has ever been." This opening adage of Romance of the Three Kingdoms, China's classic novel of war and strategy, best captures the essential dynamism of Chinese geopolitics. At its heart is the millennia-long struggle by China's would-be rulers to unite and govern the all-but-ungovernable geographic mass of China. It is a story of centrifugal forces and of insurmountable divisions rooted in geography and history -- but also, and perhaps more fundamentally, of centripetal forces toward eventual unity.

The beef with beef

Vir Sanghvi Friday, July 11

In most parts of India, cow slaughter is banned; yet, Indian beef is considered one of the best. Examining the paradox - See more at:

Maneka Gandhi´s ´pink terrorism´ theory: Illegal beef export funding terror

by Arun George Sep 15, 2014

Candidate Narendra Modi had raised questions about the 'pink revolution' in India while on the campaign trail, accusing Congress-led governments of promoting beef slaughter. Now his Minister for Women and Child Welfare, Maneka Gandhi has taken it one step further with her theory of 'pink terror', claiming that illegal animal slaughter is funding terrorism and bomb making.

Redrawing the Map of the Russian Federation: Partitioning Russia After World War III?

By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

The end goal of the US and NATO is to divide (balkanize) and pacify (finlandize) the world’s biggest country, the Russian Federation, and to even establish a blanket of perpetual disorder (somalization) over its vast territory or, at a minimum, over a portion of Russia and the post-Soviet space, similarly to what is being done to the Middle East and North Africa.

The future Russia or the many future Russias, a plurality of weakened and divided states, that Washington and its NATO allies see is/are demographically in decline, de-industrialized, poor, without any defensive capabilities, and hinterlands that will exploited for their resources.

India reclaims her Hindu soul

Two studiously ignored (by secularism peddlers) but significant phenomenon marked what is yet to become a full-fledged paradigm shift in India’s polity: the President of India and the Prime Minister are both avowed and unapologetic religious Hindus; it is fortuitous that they are both holding office at the same time.

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