Religions
Shaheed Jai Singh Khalkat's skin was peeled of by the Mughal ruler
        The blood stained, pages of the 18th century Sikh history is replete with a series of gruesome tortures inflected upon the Sikhs by Afghan and Mughal rulers and their touts. s
World
President Xi’s emerges most powerful leader of China after Mao Zedong
Xi Jinping intends to be the Leader of the “Second Hundred” just as Mao Zedong is regarded as the Leader of the “First Hundred”. This means the world will be dealing with President Xi Jinping for some time. It is, therefore, important to get a proper measure of the person.
Religions
SHAHEED BHAI TAROO SINGH JI
         This year i.e. 2020 Shaheed Bhai Taroo Singh Ji's martyrdom day is being observed on July 16 all over the world. This gruesome incident took place 275 years ago. 
Religions
Paying Obeisance to Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib
Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib (1656-1664) the eighth Guru or prophet teacher of the Sikhs was the younger son of Sri Guru Har Rai Sahib (1630-1661) the seventh Guru of the Sikhs and Mata Sulakkhani Ji.
Nation
Things have gone very wrong with national security: Tavleen Singh
Where are the men who are in charge of national security? Where is the National Security Advisor? He has not been seen since he trotted off to the Tablighi Jamaat’s headquarters in Delhi in the early days of the pandemic.
NRIs
Indian origin Agriculture scientist Rattan Lal of US wins World Food prize
Rattan Lal, a native of India and a citizen of the United States, has been awarded the 2020 World Food Prize. He is one of eight persons of Indian origin to have received the prize, established by Norman Borlaug in 1987.
Opinion
Modi’s dream of making 21st century a China-India led century scuttles
Are India and China at the beginning of a new and contentious era? So it seems. In chapter 1, Chinese troops stealthily intruded a few kilometres into Indian territory — without being detected — and occupied key points in the Galwan Valley, Hot Springs and Pangong Tso.
Opinion
No conceivable solution visible, country must defend its people as much as territory
The Chinese feel that two centuries since the Opium war signalled its decline, it is now a powerful nation. It wants to be on top, the Middle Earth — as it believes it was. India never was a single Empire; not even the Mughals ruled over all of it.