Saket Suryesh

A technology worker, writer and poet, and a concerned Indian. Saket writes in Hindi and English. He writes on socio-political matters and routinely writes Hindi satire in print as well in leading newspaper like Jagaran. His recently published Hindi satire collection “Ganjhon Ki Goshthi” is on amazon and getting excellent reception and readership.

Congress’ hollow manifesto and false promises: Rahul Gandhi expects people to drop patriotism and pick up the crumbs he throws at us

Congress has today released its Manifesto for 2019 Elections. It was launched by Rahul Gandhi, the dynast president of the family-run political party.

While Rahul Gandhi talks about ‘saving democracy’, Bengaluru arrests a stark reminder of Congress’ Emergency mindset

Recently, a bunch of young techies were arrested in Bengaluru for raising slogans in support of Narendra Modi during a Rahul Gandhi meet.

The flawed fantasy of a ‘Friendly Pakistan’: Indian liberals’ absurd optimism

The aftermath of Pulwama Attack and Balakot revenge has left the forces in the opposition of Narendra Modi in total disarray.

In times of war, be one: It is time to reject naysayers and support the decisions being taken

Let us reject the naysayers and support the decisions being taken by those who have a better view of the things.

Rahul Gandhi: The evil mind that works behind the dimpled face

All Rahul Gandhi is concerned about is bombarding the masses with fake news, hoping some of it will stick someplace, as evidenced by his meeting with Manohar Parrikar

The making of Maruti: A sordid history of Congress scams

His role in extraordinary Maruti affair, in which Sonia Gandhi and kids were equal participants, opens us to a relatively unknown aspect of Sanjay Gandhi and the Congress as an unscrupulous Business enterprise

Nehru, Corruption and the Prince on a Quixotic Adventure

We have remained blind to the history of Rahul Gandhi family's corruption that we have almost accepted it as a way of Indian life and politics.

A silent Diwali…

Autonomy does not take long to turn into a dictatorship.

Kerala: Its first brush with Democracy And Nehru

Out of 124 cases of imposition of President's rule and sacking of democratically elected Governments in the state, 87 are by Congress Government

As the sadness of Sabarimala judgment settles down…

I have not gone to Sabarimala. I do not know if I will. But it impacts me

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