Thursday, 19 October, 2017

Chitleen K Sethi

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Chitleen works as an Associate editor for ThePrint. She is an investigative journalist and has worked with the Tribune, the Indian Express and The Hindustan Times. She received the Ramnath Goenka Award for investigative journalism in 2010. She is a Panjab University topper in MPhil in History.
This controversy gives us the opportunity to trace the shades of discourse from Hindu organisations on India’s medieval past, especially Taj Mahal.

The shifting stance of RSS on India’s past means the debate on Taj Mahal isn’t over yet

It was in the book by the self-declared Hindu scholar P. N. Oak that the Taj Mahal controversy was first introduced in the 1960s.

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The Narendra Modi government has invested too much time and capital to further its political conquest.

Riding A One-Trick War Horse

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