Madhu Kishwar is an Indian academic and a conservative commentator. She is currently employed as a chair Professor in the Indian Council of Social Science Research
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After India's 1947 partition, Hindus were a third of East Pakistan's population; when East Pakistan became Bangladesh in 1971, they were less than a fifth; 30 years later under a tenth; and today fewer than eight percent. Bangladeshi Hindus face government tolerated murder, rape, abduction, forced conversion, land grabs, and more, including a 2009 ...
All those wanting to understand what is happening in Bengal today, must read this book by American scholar Dr Richard Berkin who documented the ethnic cleansing of Hindus in Bangladesh And the unwillingness of Indian state, academics, politicians,etc al to even acknowledge it – source
Madhu KishwarMay 11, 2021
Cancer is now the fourth leading cause of death in India. So the most pressing question today iswhat are you doing to lower your risk? In Food Matters: The Role Your Diet Plays in the Fight Against Cancer, Dr Shubham Pant asks you to focus on the mundane solutions. Oncologist at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, he recommends eating a good diet, stayi...
The book is worth a read It is rare that a leading oncologist will provide you yummy recipes for a healthy diet – source
Madhu KishwarJan 17, 2021
Read #ArunShourie who did an awesome job of exposing the #NotoriousLeftDistortians on #Ayodhya and other issues decades ago his book Eminent Historians। – source
Madhu KishwarNov 10, 2019
This work briefly examines the antiquity of the Rama Katha and spread of the Rama cult over the Indian subcontinent in the context of claims of Left academics on its late popularity. Its main focus is the conflict at Ayodhya over the Ramjanmabhumi temple allegedly destroyed by the Mughal Emperor, Babar, in 1528. It examines the accounts of foreign ...
2. It's not @BJP4India or VHP rabble rousing but Meenakshi Jain's book which woke me up to significance of Ayodhya Ram Mandir & the enormous sacrifices our ancestors, including the Great Gurus made for 100s of years to reclaim our sacred sites – source
Madhu KishwarNov 28, 2018
Jammu and Kashmir: Dilemma of Accession authored by Radha Rajan analyses Prime Minister Pandit Ramchandra Kak’s first-hand narrative of the tragic events which shook Riyasat e Jammu wa Kashmir wa Ladakh wa Tibet ha or the Kingdom of Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh and the Tibets in the critical years of 1946-47 when Pandit Ramchandra Kak was Prime Minister ...
An important book for those who wish to understand "The Kashmir Problem" based on Pandit Ramchandra Kak's first hand account of the mess around accession. Kal was the PM of J&K during period leading up to accession – source
Madhu KishwarJun 11, 2018
Terrorist and insurgent movements have left a bloody trail in the country. Starting from the northeast in the mid-fifties, when the Naga Hills went up in flames, these have engulfed several states. Prakash Singh, the author, had the opportunity of serving in all the aforesaid turbulent areas. An officer who combines deep theoretical knowledge with ...
Valuable book by outstanding police officer @singh_prakash who distinguished himself handling insurgencies in Nagaland,Assam, Kashmir&Punjab – source
Madhu KishwarApr 28, 2017