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Love, control and punishment

The prohibition against inter-community marriages is not an invention of Hindutva. But Hindutva articulates and disseminates it most systematically, writes Tanika Sarkar.


Hindutva activist revered by Uddhav, Modi slams both

Says both leaders blinded by power, claims tried to prevent the ‘disastrous’ break-up between BJP, Sena


Hindutva its main agenda, HRS takes ‘Independent’ route to enter poll fray

Won’t promise roads, will shut 800 illegal slaughterhouses, says party chief’s sister

Read more: Hindutva, HRS

World needs Android, Hindutva: RSS mouthpiece

In its August 30 editorial, the RSS mouthpiece invoked English primatologist Jane Goodall and her research on Chimpanzees to explain the dynamics of ‘love jihad’.


Book review: The Political Biography of an Earthquake

The scope of the book is vast; while this provides a narrative of impressive scale, it sometimes detracts from in-depth analysis.


By converting Hindus to Hindutva

BJP’s return at the Centre has reopened the question: what constitutes the middle ground of India’s democratic politics?

View from the right

Polarising politics of secular parties is creating communal tensions.


Digvijaya Singh calls RSS chief ‘Hitler’ for ‘India is a Hindu nation’ remark

Congress leader Digvijay Singh, in a series of tweets, described the RSS chief as “Hitler.”


Out of my mind: Who’s afraid of Hindutva?

Nationalism is a 19th century European idea.


We are like that only: Getting Inked

A family that votes together is bound to debate endlessly.

Yogi Adityanath

Hindutva is guarantee of development and security : Yogi Adityanath

Hindutva and development complement each other. Hindutva is guarantee of development and security, says BJP leader Adityanath.

Three BJP sadhvis blur caste lines to expand Hindutva base

BJP candidate from Bahraich reserved seat, Phule, 39, lives in Jan Sewa Ashram in Bahraich’s Nanpara area.


What Hindutva seeks

Ashutosh Varshney’s analysis misinterprets Savarkar’s own writings.

Assume the worst case scenario — some people in India, and only in India, actually believed what Doniger said about Hinduism.

The invisible censorship

Hinduism is not what rightwing ideologues say it is. But it is also not what a handful of privileged Western writers make it out to be.


The Hindus controversy: ‘Angry’ Wendy Doniger says Indian law true villain

If legal means of publication fail, Internet has other ways of keeping books in circulation: Doniger.


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