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Congress friendly journalist wishes death upon BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Bagga

During the run-up to Gujarat assembly elections last year, Trivedi was caught spreading morphed images with Amit Shah's fake quotes on Patidars

Concerns for Congress to conspiracy theories: The liberal meltdown after Rafale verdict

The SC today dismissed all the petitions over the Rafale deal.

2018 assembly elections: the exit-poll predictions against the final results

Most of the pollsters have gone wrong in predicting the state elections, except few. These surveys can just be an indicator of the overall mood of the people in the state, otherwise, it should be taken with a pinch of salt. 

‘Journalists’ and politicians spread lies about RBI Deputy Governor’s resigning following Urjit Patel’s exit

"Journalists" started rumour-mongering about the resignation of RBI Deputy Governor Viral Acharya soon after Governor Urjit Patel resigned citing personal reasons

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An appraisal discussion amid growing intolerance

A satirical appraisal of Intolerance in India

Why Congress-mukt Bharat is still very much in progress

It is time BJP supporters understand the meaning of the term 'Congress-mukt Bharat'.

BJP’s real woes: Lessons from the electoral semi-finals

The prolonged silence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah on election results was very telling. The results were clearly unexpected and possibly led to prolonged internal discussions on the future course of action.

Can the BJP satisfy its online supporters? If only it were Congress

BJP supporters online, also known as the ‘right wing’, are first to attack the party and write it off after electoral setbacks.

Has PM Modi sounded the start of slog overs with the new RBI Governor’s appointment

Shaktikanta Das, who is currently a member of The Finance Commission and Former Finance Secretary (the one who presided over Demonetisation), has been appointed as the new RBI Governor by the Modi government

The early trends might change, but both Congress and BJP have something to go back to the drawing board with

5 states deliver their verdict today, on 11th December 2018. A hard fought battle in Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram and Telangana culminates with early trends showing Congress inching forward to the majority mark.

Women Reservations Bill: Far-left lunacy that is unlikely to empower women in any fashion

The Women Reservations Bill only serves the Left's lust for power and is merely another ploy in the hands of opportunists like Rahul Gandhi to play politics over.

Prime Minister Modi may start his 2019 election campaign from Sonia Gandhi’s bastion Raebareli

Raebareli is one of the most high-profile constituencies in the country, as Congress party has been in power in Raebareli for almost 55 years out of 61 years of parliamentary politics.

Abrahamism and SJWism: Both religions dangerous in their absolute forms

we have to remember that just like Abrahamic monotheism SJW ism tends to be very Utopian and Utopias are the most dangerous form of societal goals.

Facts, No Fiction: Socialists must realise, there are no free lunches

With the election season in full swing, I am reminded of the famous phrase “There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch”. As clear as this phrase is to Economists, politicians tend to disregard this important lesson while they formulate populist economic policies that tend to garner more...

Government & Policy

Sorry Mithali Raj, but no individual is greater than the team

Indian women's cricket team is going through a controversy that is not going to do any good to the game or the players.

India opens Hockey World Cup with a 5-0 win against South Africa

Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar is hosting the 2018 Men's Hockey World Cup

My patriotism doubted, darkest day of my life: Cricketer Mithali Raj responds to Ramesh Powar’s ‘threat’ revelation

Former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar has come out in support of senior Indian woman cricketer Mithali Raj

Indian women’s cricket team captain Mithali Raj accuses coach Ramesh Powar and CoA member Diana Edulji of bias

She adds that her issues with coach Powar started as soon as they landed in West Indies, where she found his behaviour unfair and discriminatory.

As Syed Modi tournament draws to a close, here is who Syed Modi was and what Congress did to him

The manner in which Congress betrayed badminton star Syed Modi is seldom spoken about

This is why India’s women’s cricket team captain Harmanpreet Kaur wears the number 84 jersey

Kaur was awarded the prestigious Arjuna Award last year

Bollywood & more

‘Uri’ trailer: A saga of pride, courage and of protecting with fierce madness what is precious to us

The movie 'Uri' is based on the 2016 surgical strike that was carried out by the Indian Army in response to the gruesome attack by Pakistan where 19 soldiers were martyred, in the wee hours of the morning.

Firecrackers at Priyanka Chopra’s wedding, Twitter users point out the hypocrisy

A few weeks back, Priyanka and campaigned for a crackerless Diwali

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NGO that filed complaint against Rafale Deal is partners with George Soros’ Open Society, Misereor and Oxfam among others

The complaint against the Rafale deal filed by NGO Sherpa against the Rafale deal should be treated with extreme caution.