Shashank Bharadwaj

Hindu massacres and a demand for Sharia: The story of Rahul Gandhi’s ally IUML, an offshoot of Jinnah’s Muslim league

Indian Union Muslim League (IUML), which claims to be born after Indian Independence in 1948, is actually an off-shoot of Pakistan founder and Islamist Mohammad Ali Jinnah's All India Muslim League (AIML).

‘Neutral’ journalist Supriya Shrinate replaces existing Congress candidate two days after favouring Rahul Gandhi in her shows

'Neutral' journalist Supriya Shrinate, Executive Editor of ET Now, on Friday joined Congress party after the party leadership announced her candidacy for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections from Maharajaganj, Uttar Pradesh.

Conned by Congress and with narcissism at play in the party, JDS is fighting for its relevance in Karnataka

An octogenarian-opportunistic father, a mediocre son, often conned by the Congress and routinely ridiculed by the BJP. So far, this is the story of Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy.

Robert Vadra’s case involves Rs.300 crore bribe paid by Pilatus to influence trainer aircraft deal: ED to Delhi court

The probe which began in July 2017 after the government had ordered a probe into the Pilatus deal. The CBI had begun an investigation into the Rs. 2900 crore Pilatus deal which allegedly involved an absconding arm dealer, Sanjay Bhandari, close to both Rahul Gandhi and Robert Vadra. 

Indian forces carried out joint ops with Myanmar Army, wiped out terrorist camps near Mizoram border

The joint ops were planned for days and started on February 17. By March 2, it is reported that all terrorist camps along the Mizoram border were destroyed.

Shivam Chaudhary’s ‘Why To Vote For Rahul Gandhi?’ gives an insight into the contribution of the Congress President

The author carried our research on the work carried out by Rahul Gandhi to help make readers make an informed decision

Rahul Gandhi’s barbs against NSA Ajit Doval for the Kandahar episode is malicious and bereft of facts

Some of the journalists who had covered the incident had also revealed that Vajpayee government in 1999 had to release three terrorists because the media at that time created too much pressure on the government due to their hysterical coverage of the IC 814 hijacking.

Rahul Gandhi goes back to Indira Gandhi’s ‘gareebi hatao’ punchline while lying about Modi’s track record

Rahul Gandhi, just like his grandmother Indira Gandhi is still selling the idea of 'Garibi Hatao', which intends to end poverty in the country if Congress comes to power. In 1971, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had used the ‘Garibi Hatao’ theme in the election campaign. 

‘Peacenik’ Imran Khan and his anti Hindu ministers: Ghazwa-e-Hind, Jihad against Hindus are the central theme in Pakistan’s politics

Even as Prime Minister Imran Khan preaching peace, his ministers are venting out their hatred by resorting to anti-India and anti-Hindu rhetoric publicly and Imran Khan including other liberal 'peaceniks' in India have decided to stay silent.

The New York Times peddles anti-India narrative with half-truths and whole lies

In an article titled, "After India Loses Dogfight to Pakistan, Questions Arise About Its ‘Vintage’ Military", the writer Maria Abi-Habib has carefully omitted some facts and indulged in pushing a false narrative that projects Indian Armed Forces in a poor light.

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