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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.

Trump supporter says he attacked Capitol Hill for Kashmir, becomes a hero in JNU

The U-turn by the Trump supporter is being widely believed and celebrated by the liberals and wokes of the entire world, including in India.

Strategically, the RW, rather the Hindus, don’t have much to gain by attacking Mahatma Gandhi

An unhealthy focus on bringing down Mahatma Gandhi doesn’t achieve anything.

WSJ story about Facebook India being ‘partial’ to the BJP is the revenge of the old media

Dressed up as some expose that quotes unidentified Facebook employees, it is part of an ongoing war.

Nupur J Sharma vs The State of West Bengal: A little story about OpIndia that was not mentioned in the Supreme Court

We were not sure what will happen. After all, we were not some Prashant Bhushan or Vinod Dua to get a hearing in the Supreme Court and get relief too. But we kept hope and kept the faith.

23 May 2019 – more than just a counting day – when one won over innermost fears

It was not just Modi returning to power with a bigger mandate, it was a day when the ghosts of 2004 were buried.

Harassment of OpIndia and its Editors: A note from the CEO, Rahul Roushan

In the last few days, you would have noticed that we were the target of a coordinated attack from the usual suspects as well as from some unusual corners.

Despite Times Now predicting AAP winning Delhi, this is how they can still lose the elections

5 reasons why AAP might not be in as comfortable a position as they appear in opinion polls.

Faiz Ahmed Faiz – the poet, the poem, and the new battle

The issue is not whether Faiz or his poetry is anti-Hindu, the issue is that there are new voices that are speaking up and unsettling a narrative that ruled for decades, if not centuries.

Can the anti-CAA protests hurt BJP or Narendra Modi electorally?

An analysis on how the current round of protests around CAA and NRC could affect votes in India.

BJP has shown ruthlessness in the game of power politics, and it is good for ideology too

Is BJP harming ‘Hindutva’ in its reckless pursuit of power in Maharashtra? Not really.

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