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.  

Triple Talaq Bill a shining example of the Indian state standing up to votebank politics

The Triple Talaq Bill is among the first examples of the Government of India standing up to the power of Islamist mobs.

The legend of BS Yediyurappa: The many ironies, setbacks, struggles and successes

Faced with losing odds, BS Yediyurappa decided to turn it into his "Vajpayee moment." He resigned on the floor of the House, with a promise to come back and sweep the Lok Sabha election next year.

Unlike BJP, Congress has a laser sharp focus on its core voter

Congress stands by its core voters no matter what the cost, BJP promises that things won't be as bad as earlier

After NIA and UAPA amendments, Amit Shah needs to go after conversion mafia

Who would believe that just 3 years ago, the government could barely get the opposition on board with the surgical strike?

Is there a concerted attempt to sow doubts against PM Modi among his most loyal base?

By now, everyone of us who is out there on social media is aware of this strange new phenomenon.

BJP needs to urgently recalibrate its Gujarat strategy: The model delivered India to Modi, but it has now reached a saturation point

While the Gujarat model is delivering India to Modi, the model has hit saturation point in Gujarat.

If Nirmala Sitharaman believes 42.7% tax is “not ideal”, she should reduce it

This is the time to rollback all those new taxes introduced in the budget. To get those favorable global headlines back.

Karnataka speaker is going through ‘dozens of constitutional books’ to decide on MLAs’ resignations

Karnataka Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar is going through “dozens of constitutional books” in trying to make a decision on the resignation of rebel Congress and JDS MLAs.

Faith under siege: What is behind the recent spate of attacks on Hindu religious sites?

The temple vandalism in Hauz Qazi, Chandni Chowk is still totally fresh in our memories, still very much a topic of discussion on social media. There have since then been a spate of attack on Hindu religious sites

Here is how the real purpose of the ‘Lynchistan’ narrative was to provoke actual violence

The killing of Tabrez Ansari in Jharkhand is again an example of a real event picked up and fitted into a false narrative of 'Lynchistan'
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