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.

All that Pakistan is left with is a war of misinformation: Here are the myths and propaganda about Kashmir

Pakistan has gone to the two of the most dangerous forces for support- A fanatic faith and cruel communism, latter being more fanatic than the former.

Kashmir’s full integration into India: Best Independence Day gift from the Modi government

Kashmir's struggle since the formation of the Moslem Conference of Jammu and Kashmir in 1932 has been for the Islamist cause

The attack on Hinduism has uncanny resemblance to Christian annihilation of Paganism – A review of ‘The Darkening Age’

The current attack on Hinduism has uncanny resemblance to Christian Annihilation of Paganism

Fight for ideology of the nation is the responsibility of its citizens, we have to take control and not wait upon the Indian State

Ever since the Narendra Modi government came into power, the left felt a sense of absolute despondency and the Right felt a sense of absolute emancipation. Both are wrong.

Fanatics at the front door: The case of Hauz Qazi

Democracy is all about giving a voice to the voiceless and representation to the faceless. This is what went missing in the initial period of the incident of Hauz Qazi in Old Delhi where a Hindu temple was vandalized.

Politics and propaganda of ‘Dara Hua Musalman’ continues over Tabrez Ansari, while Hindu victims are ignored summarily

Modi’s political opposition may be weak, but the media has taken the role with the narrative of Dara Hua Musalman

The return of Narendra Modi: What does it mean for India that is Bharat, and everything else

A look at what the return of Narendra Modi with an overwhelming mandate might mean to different people.

Fear and falsehood: How a colonialist ecosystem paints the Modi government as communal

Was Akhlaq killed because the killers wanted him to convert to Hinduism? The incident is called communal because the killers belonged to one community and the victim to another.

Letting the past remain buried will be the wisest thing for Congress

Congress has so many skeletons in their cupboard that they should rather have gone a one-off retort by the PM Modi after years of harassment.

Will the real ‘feku’ please stand up

With the litany of lies that Rahul Gandhi peddles, one wonders if Rahul Gandhi is the REAL 'feku'

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