Tarun Vijay

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Citizenship bill is a triumph of the idea of India

Citizenship bill is a triumph of the idea of India

Rediff.com12 Dec 2019

'This bill is for the children of Partition who are still subject to inhuman barbarism because they profess a faith rooted in India.' 'If India fails them, we shall be no better than a Pakistan which brutalises its minorities and has turned into a factory of intolerant bigots,' says former BJP MP Tarun Vijay.

It's time to sack Mamata!

It's time to sack Mamata!

Rediff.com12 Jun 2019

'If the Modi government doesn't act now, it will demoralise and hurt the people who voted in hope of a better times,' argues former BJP MP Tarun Vijay.

What poking fun at army over Yeti signifies

What poking fun at army over Yeti signifies

Rediff.com4 May 2019

The venom and contemptuous sarcasm evident on the army's tweet on the Yeti and my reply has something to do with the intrinsic hatred that a section of the media nurses against the right wing, says Tarun Vijay.

Mental Hai Kya must change its title!

Mental Hai Kya must change its title!

Rediff.com27 Apr 2019

The recently released poster Mental Hai Kya is like an abuse aimed at those who are fighting a disorder that demands support and social understanding, says Tarun Vijay, the former BJP MP.

Lessons learnt from Goa's Gudi Padwa

Lessons learnt from Goa's Gudi Padwa

Rediff.com11 Apr 2019

'We must not forget who we are and what courage and bravery were shown by our ancestors to bring us closer to the freedom we enjoy today,' says Tarun Vijay after attending the Gudi Padwa in Goa.

Parrikar tamed death and lived like a warrior king

Parrikar tamed death and lived like a warrior king

Rediff.com19 Mar 2019

Close friend Tarun Vijay pays tribute to the four-time Goa chief minister and former defence minister who passed into the ages on Sunday.

'This movie has made China introspect and learn from India'

'This movie has made China introspect and learn from India'

Rediff.com21 Jul 2018

Dying To Survive, on its way to becoming China's biggest box office hit, may compel the Xi Jinping government to change its policy towards Indian pharmaceutical companies, says Tarun Vijay.

Will this movie change China's drug policy towards India?

Will this movie change China's drug policy towards India?

Rediff.com14 Jul 2018

Dying To Survive, on its way to becoming China's biggest box office hit, may compel the Xi Jinping government to change its policy towards Indian pharmaceutical companies, says Tarun Vijay.

Will this movie change China's drug policy towards India?

Will this movie change China's drug policy towards India?

Rediff.com14 Jul 2018

Dying To Survive, on its way to becoming China's biggest box office hit, may compel the Xi Jinping government to change its policy towards Indian pharmaceutical companies, says Tarun Vijay.

What will Pranab Da see at the RSS HQ in Nagpur?

What will Pranab Da see at the RSS HQ in Nagpur?

Rediff.com5 Jun 2018

'If the RSS should be saluted for choosing such a scholarly statesman to address its highly trained cadre, one must also praise Pranab Da's sagacity for having gracefully accepting the invitation, thus disapproving any ideological apartheid,' says former BJP MP Tarun Vijay.

Tripura: A Victory for the Thought Warriors

Tripura: A Victory for the Thought Warriors

Rediff.com3 Mar 2018

'None other but the invincible chariot led by Modi and Shah could have taken up the challenge and won,' says Tarun Vijay.

The Monk Who Lived India

The Monk Who Lived India

Rediff.com28 Feb 2018

'He will always live in the hearts of the millions of children who have studied in schools and colleges established by him and the faithful Hindus to whom he was a symbol of the invincible spirit of glorious Hindu Dharma,' says Tarun Vijay.

There can't be a cap on the value of sacrifice

There can't be a cap on the value of sacrifice

Rediff.com7 Dec 2017

'Reduce the perks and privileges of MPs, but let there be no reduction in the money spent on the education of martyrs' children,' says former BJP MP Tarun Vijay.

55 years ago: They fought to the last man for India

55 years ago: They fought to the last man for India

Rediff.com18 Nov 2017

On November 18, 1962, 114 soldiers of the 13th Kumaon fought till the last man, and last bullet, in sub-zero temperatures, to beat back the huge Chinese army. We salute the Heroes of Rezang La.

Islamic Bangladesh's fabulous Durga pujas

Islamic Bangladesh's fabulous Durga pujas

Rediff.com3 Oct 2017

Tarun Vijay visits 20 Durga Puja pandals in five towns in Bangladesh and comes back impressed.

The Indian touch is what BRICS needs

The Indian touch is what BRICS needs

Rediff.com6 Sep 2017

'The BRICS anthem has to necessarily be an anthem of Vedic times -- Walk together, Dream together, Achieve together.' 'And who knows it better than Modi?' says Tarun Vijay.

Don't blame the government for Ram Rahim Singh

Don't blame the government for Ram Rahim Singh

Rediff.com28 Aug 2017

'Insulting the law, instigating violence, living ostentatiously and preaching godliness?' 'This vulgar hypocrisy needs peoples' rejection and a revolt.' 'If people can't speak out, then it will be a hypocrisy that they expect the government to act and speak for them,' says Tarun Vijay.

Major Gogoi's pathshala and the Wall of Heroes

Major Gogoi's pathshala and the Wall of Heroes

Rediff.com27 May 2017

At a time when nationalism is a much-debated topic and the Armed forces' sacrifices are being ignored, a 'Wall of Heroes' at schools and colleges across the country to inspire the youth is a must, says Tarun Vijay.

Why Adityanath will be a good CM

Why Adityanath will be a good CM

Rediff.com20 Mar 2017

'Yogi Adityanath will prove to be the most popular and effective chief minister, overseeing a regime of peace and justice, harsh on wrongdoers and rabble rousers, encouraging those who work for India,' says Tarun Vijay.

After saffron Holi, saffron Onam isn't far

After saffron Holi, saffron Onam isn't far

Rediff.com11 Mar 2017

Tarun Vijay on why the victory in Uttar Pradesh belongs to Narendra Modi and the road ahead.

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