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Tokyo Olympics: Blast From The Past - Dhyan Chand's Captaincy Test In Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler Myth

Jul 16, 2021 PTI

The British India contingent comprised a bunch of inexperienced athletes and a two-time champion hockey team led by Major Dhyan Chand refused to salute the Fuhrer

PM Modi Walking On Hitler's Path, Says Arvind Kejriwal

Mar 23, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that he is following the path of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, after a video of a brutal physical assault surfaced showing 35 to 40 men mercilessly beating up four men in Gurugram.


Canada Acquires Rare Book From 1944 Previously Owned By Adolf Hitler

Library and Archives Canada announced on Wednesday that it had acquired a rare 1944 book that once belonged to Adolf Hitler.

The Ultimate Kabaddi Anecdote: From Dark Heart Of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich To Mahatma Gandhi's Interest

Dec 02, 2018

Nearly 30 Indians set off for Berlin in 1936 from the town of Amravati, gathering at the headquarters of the HVPM, a prominent sports club at that time which organised this trip.


On Emergency Anniversary, Arun Jaitley Compares Indira Gandhi To Hitler

"They used a republican Constitution to transform democracy into dictatorship," Jaitley writes.

14 February, 2018

Bhagwat’s Better-Than-Army Comment And Brownshirts’ Appeal To Replace The German Army

Bharat Bhushan

Dejavu: In 1934, Head of Hitler’s Brownshirts wanted his force to replace army as main fighting force of Germany


12 March, 2014

The Godwin Exchange

Arun Jaitley

BJP leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha hits back at Rahul Gandhi for comparing Narendra Modi to Adolf Hitler: 'The only Indian politician in post independence India who drew inspiration from Adolf Hitler was Smt. Indira Gandhi'


28 February, 2014

Their Mothers, Their Fathers

Uri Avnery

A film made by Germans for Germans, running now in Israeli cinemas, continues to occupy the thoughts and emotions of its viewers for days and weeks.


21 July, 2008
Berlin 1936 - The Indian delegation

Hitler's Games

Boria Majumdar

Berlin Olympics of 1936 finally put to rest the question mark against India's hockey supremacy. Exclusive extracts from this meticulously researched book show the role of Captain Dhyan Chand and Indian Nationalism in the Third Reich...


20 October, 2006

Triumph Of The Will

Thomas A. Marks

The Maoists seem quite unaware that they have fixed upon, as course of action, the very title of Hitler's most powerful fascist propaganda film. What the Maoists keep demanding is retribution and marginalization of all who do not see a solution in th


17 August, 2006

Nobel Nazi?

A publicity stunt? A youthful mistake? A heroic admission? Germany's post-war 'moral authority' and Nobel prize winner Guenter Grass has opinion divided, with the likes of Salman Rushdie weighing in, on his revelation that he served in the Waffen-SS


24 July, 2006

Is Beirut Burning?

Uri Avnery

This is, perhaps, the first war in history waged by a state in order to kill one person. Until now, only the Mafia thought along those lines. Even the British in World War II did not proclaim that their aim was to kill Hitler.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a function to commemorate the ‘Samvidhan Divas’, at Parliament, in New Delhi.

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Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla addresses a function to commemorate ‘Samvidhan Divas’, at Parliament, in New Delhi.

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President Ram Nath Kovind addresses a function to commemorate the ‘Samvidhan Divas’, at Parliament, in New Delhi.

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Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia and other leaders take a pledge on the 72nd National Law Day during the state BJP working committee meeting in Bhopal.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a function to commemorate ‘Samvidhan Divas’, at Parliament, in New Delhi.

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