Propaganda and Politics of Adimai Penn

A king has been dethroned through unfair means and a new reign of terror is in place. The rightful heir is unaware of his true potential. The suffering masses are waiting for the leader to find his calling and save them from an atrocious regime. The women are enslaved and are hopeful that one day,... Continue Reading →

The diary of a spy

The story of a spy is always intriguing and exciting. Saraswathi Rajamani’s exploits are no exception. This gutsy woman, who fought in the Indian National Army of Subash Chandra Bose and worked as a spy for many years, now lives in Chennai, her story almost lost in the pages of history

Many hats of Cho Ramaswamy

   It is election time and political gurus are much in demand for their golden bytes. History is witness to the fact that great rulers were propped up by the far-sightedness of king-makers, who could foresee the long-term implications of the decisions they made. In the Indian context, Cho Ramaswamy has been a personality hard... Continue Reading →

Diary of a Malayali voter

I arrived in Thrissur, Kerala on the day the state was slated to go for the Lok Sabha polls. I got down the train and the town greeted me with numerous banners, mostly projecting a sickle and hammer, along with a few hands coming out with a new set of promises and lotuses. Many roads... Continue Reading →

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