Chapters on the Non-Alignment Movement, the Cold War era, the rise of Islamic empires in Afro-Asian territories, the chronicles of Mughal courts, and the industrial revolution have been dropped from the CBSE Class 11 and 12 political science syllabus. Read more »
In a bid to end the glorification of Tipu Sultan in books, a review committee set up by the Karnataka government has decided to do away with the content that adores the 18th-century Mysuru ruler. Read more »
“Those who have been excessively glorified – Babur, Akbar, Aurangzeb and other bigot kings should be removed,” Yatnal, the Bijapur City MLA, told reporters. Read more »
Parts of NCERT textbooks, particularly those dealing with history, have been “criticised” because they offer “opinions or arguments” and are “not entirely based on facts”, Anita Karwal, Secretary, Department of School Education and Literacy Read more »
The Delhi HC refused to entertain a petition demanding removal of a para in the NCERT history textbook where it is mentioned that Mughal rulers gave grants for repair of temples. Read more »
Indian history, if it is taught truthfully, and there are many documents to support this, is glorious, ancient and wise, and will make the youth of this country proud of being Indians and nationalistic like the Chinese are today with the result that China dominates the world, not only economically, politically, militarily, but also in sports. Read more »
School textbooks should highlight the lives of hitherto unknown men and women from different states and districts, who have positively influenced national history, honour and oneness, says a parliamentary panel. Read more »
Hindus should boycott the films and their sponsors for glorifying the barbaric Mughal invaders – Advocate Subhash Jha, Supreme Court Read more »
This scheme of teaching false history in India has been going on since the time of Gandhi-Nehru – Mr. Shankar Sharan, Senior Writer and Columnist Read more »
More than 25,000 tweets were tweeted with the hashtag #NCERT_Fakes_History, which became one of the top 10 national trends in India on Twitter. The trend was on 3rd spot for few hours. Read more »
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