Monday, August 15, 2022
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Rahul Roushan

A well known expert on nothing. Opinions totally personal. RTs, sometimes even my own tweets, not endorsement. #Sarcasm. As unbiased as any popular journalist.

Loosely written QR Codes are single-handedly responsible for what’s happening in Pakistan

Protests have erupted in Pakistan over allegedly blasphemous QR codes used by Samsung. Earlier, Pepsi was accused of blasphemy.

As Amit Shah blames ideologically aligned journalists for making the 2002 Gujarat riots worse, here is how they impacted the entire media narrative

This experience of Rahul Roushan, as a young journalist, goes on to confirm how the Lutyens media tried its best, historically, to peddle lies and propaganda to defame Modi and Shah

AAP clean sweep in Punjab, will Kejriwal totally sink the border state or there is some hope?

Will Khalistani elements be able to control Kejriwal and push their agenda?

Who are Trads and Raitas and what is the supposed ‘internal strife’ in the ‘Right Wing’?

A simple guide to know who are 'Trads' and 'Raitas', and what causes the differences or fights in them.

Repealing the farm laws: Why BJP should read one book available on their own website

An analysis of why the three farm laws were repealed. What could have led to it. What are the next steps the government should plan.

Sangh and Hindu interests: A note on the RSS by a Sanghi who never went to a Shakha

Does the Sangh not see even the existentialist threats the Hindu society faces?

Gujarat Model with Modi’s touch of governance: CM Vijay Rupani on COVID crisis and what to look forward to in 2022 elections

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani speaks to OpIndia about how the state is battling COVID crisis and following the path of good governance laid down by Prime Minister Modi

The stand-off with Twitter is not about politics, it’s about a ‘messiah syndrome’: Read what it is

It is not BJP vs Congress fight. The Twitter battle belongs to an altogether different war, especially in India, with 'woke' support

It’s too early to talk about the 2024 Lok Sabha election, but let us still

Almost exactly two years ago when Narendra Modi led BJP scored an emphatic victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the supporters were overjoyed and the haters demoralized.

Fact-checking a dead Sanghi – the reason why Indian media stoops so low

Hinduphobia is real, and it has manifested itself when two newspapers decided to discredit the ultimate sacrifice of an 85 years old RSS Swayamsevak.

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