Nirwa Mehta

Politically incorrect. Author, Flawed But Fabulous.

Shashi Tharoor to Kanhaiya Kumar: How these ‘progressive men’ are men first, ‘progressive’ later

'Progressive' men who talk about feminism and smashing patriarchy are men first, progressive later.

JNU violence: Rape victim says ex-The Hindu journalist who roughed up Republic TV reporter abused her and called her names to protect the accused

Abhimanyu Singh's wife, Aletta Andre, a Dutch journalist in India, is accused of writing fake stories regarding a rape case…

Low IQ Bollywood entertainers in their mad rush to appear ‘concerned secular citizens’ end up spreading falsehood, endorsing Pakistan

Indian entertainment industry has severe dearth of people who could break the stereotype that good looking people cannot be intelligent.

Social media: A great leveller and a dangerous tool that could ruin lives instantly

The mainstream media journalists who were not used to two-way communication were shocked to know people did not take their…

A faceless troll thought we ‘need to be disciplined’ because we were ‘out of line’

'Abusive right-wing trolls' make Internet, especially Twitter, an unsafe place for women, they say. But what about these abuses?

‘Putramoh’? Uddhav, not Aaditya Thackeray, may be the first Thackeray chief minister Maharashtra gets

Udhhav Thackeray may be first Thackeray to become Maharashtra chief minister.

Congress puts the ‘slow’ in ‘economic slowdown’, protest rally due in October to be held in December

This is the third such 'protest rally' announced by Congress since September.

Kartik Aryan starrer film Pati Patni Aur Woh which appears to normalise marital rape is an assault on our sensibilities

Unfortunately, bad jokes on 'wife' and 'marriage' are not the only thing that feels like assault on your sensibilities.

Meat, smoking, stealing and thought of committing suicide: How this Gujarat school got it horribly wrong about MK Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi never committed suicide. He was assassinated by Nathuram Godse on 30th January, 1948.

Devdutt Pattanaik is like a dog chasing a car, he wouldn’t know what to do with it once he caught it

‘Mythologist’ Devdutt Pattanaik has been having an epic meltdown on Twitter.