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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Discover the shocking truth behind the deliberate effort to kill, kick out, or convert Hindus in Bangladesh. "A Quiet Case of Ethnic Cleansing" exposes the government-tolerated murder, rape, abduction, forced conversion, and land grabs that have decimated the Hindu population, now fewer than 8%. With firsthand testimonies and extensive research, Dr. Richard Benkin unveils the complicity of those entities that should be defending them, and offers practical solutions to end this atrocity. As the President and co-founder of a human rights NGO, an expert witness, and a sought-after speaker and writer, Benkin is leading the fight to stop the ethnic cleansing of Hindus in Bangladesh.
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
Food Matters: The Role Your Diet Plays in the Fight Against Cancer is an informative and comprehensive book written by an oncologist. Dr. Shubham Pant emphasizes the importance of maintaining a healthy diet, staying at a good weight, and making lifestyle changes to reduce your risk of cancer. Through case studies and simple recipes, readers can learn how to manage nutritional needs while battling cancer. This well-researched guide contains everything you need to know about cancer and diet.
The book is worth a read It is rare that a leading oncologist will provide you yummy recipes for a healthy diet – source
Arun Shourie's Eminent Historians exposes the doctored history textbooks of leftist historians in India. Thoroughly researched and riveting, the book sheds light on the techniques and frauds that these academicians use to promote themselves and control institutions. The book shows how this cabal has perverted India's historical narrative, with recent developments in the field included in two new eye-opening chapters.
Read #ArunShourie who did an awesome job of exposing the #NotoriousLeftDistortians on #Ayodhya and other issues decades ago his book Eminent Historians। – source
Explore the ancient history of Rama Katha and its spread over the Indian subcontinent in this insightful work. Its main focus is the conflict over the Ramjanmabhumi temple in Ayodhya, allegedly destroyed by Mughal Emperor Babar in 1528. Examining the testimony of foreign travelers and British administrator-scholars, the author sheds light on Ayodhya's significance as a pilgrimage center associated with Rama's birthplace. Learn about the extended litigation over the Ramjanmabhumi/Babri Masjid in colonial times and how recent excavations have proven the inaccuracy of claims by Left academics. Dive into the Allabad High Court's verdict and discover the truth about this contentious issue.
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
This book delves into the history and political landscape of Jammu and Kashmir, specifically analyzing the tragic events that unfolded in the critical years of 1946-47. Radha Rajan analyzes Prime Minister Pandit Ramchandra Kak’s first-hand narrative to shed light on the role played by the Indian National Congress and why the Kingdom could not accede to India or Pakistan. This book offers critical insights and information, supplementing prior works and providing a missing link in the official history of the tragedy.
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
Discover the complexities of terrorist and insurgent movements in India through the eyes of author Prakash Singh, who served in all of the affected areas. In "Kohima to Kashmir," Singh offers a panoramic view of separatist and secessionist movements in Nagaland, Assam, Punjab, and Kashmir, along with insights into the Naxalite movement. He provides a critical analysis of the socio-economic factors and political ineptitude that led to uprisings against the government. Gain deep theoretical knowledge and field experience through this engaging read.
Valuable book by outstanding police officer @singh_prakash who distinguished himself handling insurgencies in Nagaland,Assam, Kashmir&Punjab – source