Anand Ranganathan Wikipedia Page Deleted: If you are fond of reading and writing a little on the Internet, then you must have used it too. Information from around the world is available here. Without this, the assignments of more than half of the college students are not completed; people joke about that. From Panchamahabhuta to Theory of Relativity, from ordinary to particular, information about everything is available here.
Why was Anand Ranganathan Wikipedia Page Deleted?
Wikipedia deleted the pages of Vikram Sampath, author Sanjeev Sanyal and author Anand Ranganathan, who wrote the book on Savarkar. Although Vikram Sampath and Sanjeev Sanyal’s page has been restored, the page of Anand Ranganathan still appears to be deleted.
On this move of Wikipedia, Vikram Sampath tweeted and said,
First Sanjeev Sanyal, then me, and now Anand Ranganathan, against whom the campaign is on Wikipedia. So much hatred against those who do not subscribe to you. How do we define “liberals” today? It is a shameful thing.
First it was @sanjeevsanyal , then me against whom the campaign on Wikipedia is continuing on a daily basis & now @ARanganathan72 . The visceral hatred, cancel culture & slander for people who don’t subscribe to ur status quo is how we define “liberals” today! Shame @Wikipedia ! https://t.co/Ti4CqxC48Y
— Dr. Vikram Sampath, FRHistS (@vikramsampath) November 11, 2021
On opening the Wikipedia page with the name Anand Ranganathan, it is written – Sorry, this page has been deleted recently.
The Spot News 18 spoke to Anand Ranganathan over the phone after the Wikipedia page was deleted. They said,
I don’t want to comment on this. Everyone knows I have my page. I don’t care about Wikipedia. They have their propaganda.
Who is Anand Ranganathan?
Anand Ranganathan is a scientist. According to his website, Anand did his BSc (Hons) in Chemistry from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. After this, Nehru went to Cambridge University UK through Centenary Scholarship. Here he did BA in Natural Science. After this MA and PhD. After doing his post-doctorate in Cambridge, he returned to India. He ran his lab for 16 years at the International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Delhi.
Anand Ranganathan became Associate Professor in the Special Center for Molecular Medicine, Jawaharlal Nehru University in 2015. His laboratory worked in directed evolution and pathogenesis, with particular emphasis on tuberculosis and malaria.
Anand Ranganathan is the advisory editor and columnist of ‘Swaraj’. He has previously written for Newslaundry, DNA and The Newsminute. Anand has also written three books. These are all novels.