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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.  

Dear Liberals, why not call them ‘Cow-Commies’ or ‘Cow-comrades’?

Words we use go on to define our conscience and consciousness, look how they are chosen by 'liberals'.

JNU prof pays tribute to Sukma martyrs, gets car pelted with stones

JNU faculty member organized a tribute for Sukma martyrs on Friday. That night, his car was pelted with stones.

Kashmir – the solution lies in being honest about the problem. And here it is

We can keep talking about justice, alienation, rights, et al. but won't reach a solution till we identify the problem.

MCD polls and the garbage heap of liberal hypocrisy

The commentary about BJP's victory in MCD polls in Delhi reveal a lot about the commentators

How tribals from Madhya Pradesh are disappointing Indian left liberals

Madhya Pradesh tribals volunteer to fight stone pelters in Kashmir

Why the ‘intellectuals’ of India have failed to understand the ‘lower classes’

They claim to speak for them, yet the classes speak in different language. The nightmare has just begun.

Will Barkha Dutt call this guy who raked up personal life of Vasundhara Raje a troll?

An article by Aatish Taseer in NYT has elements that should earn him a label of troll by Barkha Dutt. Will she do that?

Mamata shutting schools, Yogi shutting slaughterhouses. Guess which one media cares about?

Misplaced and prejudiced priorities of the mainstream Indian media was never so obvious.

Has Modi scored a self-goal with Tunday Kabab bandi?

This is an article from the future. What the media might (love to) report tomorrow.

Latest News

Coronavirus: 24 people diagnosed with COVID-19 in Delhi’s Nizamuddin, foreign members found violating visa norms

Delhi's Nizamuddin which hosted thousands of Muslims for Tablighi Jamaat has recently emerged as the new hotspot for coronavirus

The one true pandemic: How Tablighi Jamat has become the ‘super spreader’ for coronavirus in Asia

In India, 10 coronavirus deaths are now traced to Tablighi Jamat in Delhi. Since yesterday, over 285 people showing coronavirus symptoms have been admitted in Lok Nayak Hospital alone.

Pakistan: Tablighi Jamaat member stabs policeman while trying to escape quarantine after 2 dozen members test positive for coronavirus

On Sunday, a member of the Tablighi Jamaat stabbed a police officer SHO Ashraf Malik Maakhi, with a knife after he reportedly tried to escape a quarantine facility.

Coronavirus: 6 from Telangana who were at Tablighi Jamaat in Nizamuddin die due to COVID-19 infection

On Monday, 6 people from Telangana who attended a religious gathering at Markaz in Delhi's Nizamuddin area between March 13 and March 15 had reportedly died of Coronavirus infection.

Salman Khan’s 38-year-old nephew passes away after complaining of breathlessness, media reports suggest coronavirus as possible cause, family denies

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's 38-year-old nephew Abdullah passed away in Mumbai after complaining of breathlessness.

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Delhi: Dozens of coronavirus cases across the country traced to Tablighi Jamat Mosque in Nizamuddin, hundreds in hospital, 2000 quarantined, area sealed off

A medical camp has been set up in the area and samples are being tested. Drones have been deployed to maintain strict vigilance over movements. As per reports, over 2000 people in the area are under quarantine.

We’re not rich like US, but we’ve Islam: Pakistan PM announces ways to fight Coronavirus

Imran Khan, in his address to his nation on March 30, praised China, the country which unleashed Wuhan coronavirus on rest of the world.

China refuses to allow discussion on Wuhan Coronavirus in UNSC, blocks draft that called for “full transparency” over the outbreak

The UNSC is divided on its proposal on the pandemic. China has also objections regarding the terminology of the proposal.

King Maha Vajiralongkorn of Thailand goes into isolation with his harem of 20 concubines in Germany, books an entire luxury hotel

Thailand King Maha Vajiralongkorn has booked out the entire Grand Hotel Sonnenbichl in Bavaria, with permission from local council

Infosys employee Mujeeb Mohammad arrested for asking people to ‘spread the virus’ by sneezing in public, fired by the company

Although earlier Infosys said that it could be a case of mistaken identity, later they admitted he was their employee & fired him

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