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Chinese Invasion of Tibet – Prelude to the 1962 Debacle

The debacle of 1962 was definitely preventable, had India been ruled by anyone else other than Nehru and his small circle of sycophants who had little concern for national security. In this article, we will focus on the events which transpired between 1947 and 1951 while the events leading to 1962 will be covered in the subsequent articles of the series.

Our Homeschooling Journey

In this biography, Arun Elassery tells the story of his own family: how he and his wife came out of the conventional life that is supposed of college education parents these days, and how they started living a sustainable life. They also took out their kids from school and started homeschooling them. This beautiful article will answers many of your questions on homeschooling.

The Logic of Race Riots – (Are Cops Racist – 3)

This is the third excerpt from Heather Macdonad’s brilliant book- Are Cops Racist?. In this excerpt, the author debunks the often repeated claim made by riot apologists that riots are rooted in racial oppression. The author also highlights how public figures and activists are failing Black Americans.

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Centre for Indic Studies (CIS), is a research department at Indus University, Ahmedabad. It functions under the Indus Institute of Special Studies (IISS).