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Riots in India Analyzed through Calcutta riots 1926

The Calcutta Riots of 1926 stand as a grim testament to the severe communal discord during the British Raj. Sparked on 15th July, these riots resulted in over a hundred deaths and countless injuries, deeply scarring the socio-political fabric of Calcutta. This blog delves into the historical context, key events, and long-lasting impacts of this dark chapter in India's history.

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Jammu and Kashmir: Massacre at Chapnari

The haunting valleys of Kashmir, where global jihad has intensified local conflicts, revealing a complex history marked by political maneuvers and territorial disputes since the 1947 partition. This essay explores how global jihadist movements have woven into the local fabric, complicating peace efforts.