Abhishek Banerjee

Abhishek Banerjee is a math lover who may or not be an Assistant Professor at IISc Bangalore. He is the author of Operation Johar - A Love Story, a novel on the pain of left wing terror in Jharkhand, available on Amazon here.  

Here is how Indian ‘liberal’ propaganda over ‘intolerance’ might have caused 100s of deaths in Sri Lanka

Hundreds of innocents have lost their lives in bombings in Sri Lanka. And the global slander campaign against India could have led Sri Lankan officials to view Indian intelligence reports with suspicion.

Here is why India needs to start fact-checking its election ‘experts’

This is about a larger problem of a certain caravan of ‘election astrologers’: journalists posing as ‘experts’, speaking with little regard for the truth and getting away with it

There is a ‘Left’ in ‘Left Wing Extremism’: We know leftists are a danger to democracy, why do we pretend like it’s a debate?

In India, we act as if we have all been collectively hypnotized as if nobody can hear the word “Left” in “Left Wing Extremism”.

Why is Indian intelligentsia silent on AAP’s promise to throw non-Delhi students out of Delhi University?

Arvind Kejriwal of AAP wants an 80% quota in Delhi University for kids who have done their schooling from Delhi. The stated objective: to make sure that Delhi kids who score a mere 50% in their Board Exams are assured a place in Delhi University

The hypocrisy and delusions: Raj Thackeray as the saviour for India’s liberals is both sad and hilarious

A man like Raj Thackeray, who cannot win a single MP has emerged as the grand hope of India’s ‘secular’ liberals to stop the Modi juggernaut. Let that sink in.

If you believe Google trends, this election is a runaway win for Modi

It’s fairly clear: Congress hasn’t managed to get its message out.  If you ask Google Trends, this election is over. The writing is on the wall. PM Narendra Modi is all set to win

Why did the world not grieve for Pulwama the way it grieved for Sri Lanka?

Yesterday was a day of pure terror. The death toll in Sri Lanka continued to mount throughout the day.

BJP base forced Sadhvi Pragya to apologize, why doesn’t ‘secular’ voter demand same from ‘secular’ parties?

Politicians do not exist in a vacuum. Politicians cater to their supporters. And different parties have different support bases.

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