Finally, the truth about Bose’s communication with his family till 1949 and a partial truth about his survival post 1949, is out because of the courageous act of the family members of Subhas Chandra Bose. Though after a couple...
In the first part of this East India Company Seires: Noble Motives we examined the origin of these EICs, their motives and the motives of Multi National Corporations (MNCs). In this series we will examine the commodities EICs dealt...
The top Communist leaders have never been as hostile to their counterparts in the West, as the rhetoric suggests. They are quite friendly to the world's leading financiers and have worked closely with them, when it suits their purposes....
Great Game of India for Grand Glorious India was called in the long 2000 year history by many names. Started as an epitaph for the unsuccessful campaign of Alexander who touched the borders of then India, this name gained...
Although many in India, scholars besides, know about Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, we shall include a couple of paragraphs below to put the matter in the context of international geopolitics. In World War II, the case for dropping two...
Shocking new evidence suggest that the founders of the New York Times were slaveowners and even traded in minors. Meanwhile, a $10M lawsuit has been filed against the New York Times for peddling fake news On Coronavirus. https://twitter.com/thejimjams/status/1306109424667250688 ...
This excerpt from our exclusive East India Company Series article titled Noble Motives focuses on the puzzle of the disappearance of the EICs and their reemergence as modern day MNCs (Multi National Corporations). The East India Company (the "Company") was one of the institutions created...
Called the Inland Customs Line, the East India Company divided North and South India with a 4000 kms long living wall of trees to maintain its Salt Monopoly. This wall of trees was 8 to 12 feet in height...
With the release of the film Panipat a controversy has erupted, the central question being the role of Maharaja Surajmal and why he did not fight the third Battle of Panipat resulting in a humiliating defeat for the Marathas. Ahmed...
In 1856 as India or Hindustan or Bharat (whatever you wish to call) was about to burst into flames against the oppression of the English East India Company, one Indian Prince was on the verge of creating history in...