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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 Hindi Satire "Ganjhon Ki Goshthi" is on Amazon best-sellers. He has just finished translating the Autobiography of Legendary revolutionary Ram Prasad Bismil in English, to be soon released as "The Revolitionary".
The irresponsible, vacuous arguments surrounding the vaccination process and the malicious intent behind it
The most disgusting sight I have seen on the news recently is the politicians from the opposition making statements opposing the two vaccines, made in India.
The New Yorker published an article by Bill McKibben, titled – Gandhi, History, and the Lessons of the Events at the Capitol.
When a judge wades into the area of unknown wisdom, the damage is much more serious than others writing similar stuff.
Political History of India
How Ambedkar busted the myth of ‘Ganga Jamuni Tehzeeb’ through his speeches and book ‘Pakistan or Partition of India’
Ambedkar was, in reality, always wary of the Communists and their propensity of creating chaos and anarchy.
“There is more than one way to burn a book. And the world is full of people running about with lit matchsticks.”
Do we really need the forever-adolescent middle-aged man with shady credentials and wavy-gelled hair compromising India’s interests
Rahul Gandhi has again asked a question as to why soldiers of India martyred in the cowardly attack by China in the Galwan Valley did not carry weapons
Sushant Singh Rajput (21st of January, 1986- 14th of June, 2020) passed away at the age of thirty-four on Sunday.
The fake equivalence communists are trying to manufacture between Blacks of America and Muslims of India
The killing og Geoge Floyd in the USA by the cops and the subsequent riots have got the Communists in India to draw a false equivalence between blacks in USA and Muslims in India
Culture and History
The myth of Mughal greatness: Mughals were neither great rulers nor were they secularists competing with Nehru
Amd growing tendency to recreate the myth of Mughal majesty, it is important for people to know about the truth about the Mughals