Around the World, Censorship of Historians is Tied to Attacks on Democracy
by Ruben Zeeman
Teachers and researchers of history are under attack – sometimes literally – by regimes who seek to make history a foundational element of their legitimacy and authority.
Modi's 'two nations' theory roils India
by B.Z. Khasru
By scraping Kashmir's status, the prime minister has taken a highly risky step toward making the misguided dream of the right-wing Hindu extremists come true and shaken up secular India.
SOURCE: dna India
Benjamin Franklin's life inspired me, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi
"He was a politician, he was a political scientist, he was a social worker, he was a diplomat. And he came from an ordinary family. He could not even complete his education. But till today, his thoughts have an impact on American life."
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