K Bhattacharjee

Average in every department

Parliament Attack 2001: Afzal may be dead but the violent and vile ideology he believed in is not

The glorification of Afzal Guru, a terrorist who conspired to attack the Parliament of India, certainly does not bode well for the future of the country.

Congress manifesto for Madhya Pradesh: Freebies and doles for every section of the electorate

Considering the extravagant promises made by the Congress party in its manifesto for Madhya Pradesh, the economic health of the state is likely to suffer a significant blow.

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.

Bengaluru: Mosque teacher, Muneer Abbas Ali, arrested for alleged sexual abuse of minor boys

The Police have registered a case under the POCSO Act against the the muezzin at the Mosque in Bengaluru, he has been remanded to a 5-day custody.

Origins of Hindutva: Re-arming Hinduism in an era of nation states

Considering recent political developments and the rise in the political consciousness of Hindus which is reflected in Indian polity being remarkably vocal regarding Hindu concerns and interests, the achievement of Hindutva ideologues is truly unprecedented in history.

Christianity’s verdict on Hinduism: It is incompatible with the ‘will of God’

Thus, we see that Christian missionaries have a clear critique of Hinduism based on their religious scriptures. To us, it appears bigotry but to them, it's the commandment of their God

In a new low, Shekhar Gupta’s The Print provides platform to a Khalistani to further his agenda

Not only is the media sowing seeds of divisions within the country, outlets like Shekhar Gupta's The Print are also providing a platform to Khalistanis to further their anti India agenda

The fanaticism of ‘All Nations’, the Christian missionary organisation which trained John Allen Chau

All Nation's conduct appears to be hazardous to the health of its missionaries.

‘If they think this is humour, they must stop producing any content,’ Agartala furious at AIB writer’s offensive blogpost

People from Agartala were furious with the blogpost by Vishal Dayama, senior writer at AIB, where he made some pretty insulting remarks about the city and its people.

Should ‘scope of reformation’ of a rapist be considered before awarding him the death penalty?

Regarding the Death penalty, punishments are about justice as well and sometimes justice requires us to perform actions which are not entirely pleasant.

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