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.
There are people camping in Shaheen Bagh, ostensibly to oppose the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019.
Partition, Savarkar and Citizenship Amendment Bill: The lies, the conjectures and history whitewashed by Congress
Citizenship Amendment Bill of India is a historic decision for which PM Modi will forever be remembered as a defender of civilizational ethos
WhatsApp snooping: It is time that India shows to the world a spine as big as the market it represents
The WhatsApp snooping case a thorough investigation and a public statement by the government
Haryana and Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019: Lessons and the role of the candidates, citizens and the media
2019 State elections have concluded in the BJP ruled states of Haryana and Maharashtra. While the Maharashtra mandate was clear, Haryana appeared fractured with BJP winning 40 seats, just short of a majority
Ashfaqullah Khan without hesitation laments about how his paternal ancestors kept out of the struggle against the British, luxuriating in their laziness.
Mohan Bhagwat was right when he said ‘Lynching’ is a Western concept and here is why the Left is so outraged
Here is why Mohan Bhagwat was right: The term ‘Lynching’ originated in the US, during the American Revolution, and as a part of Racist, anti-negro pogrom.
Narendra Modi vs. Imran Khan during the USA visit: A textbook study of Statesmanship vs. Brinkmanship
While Modi emerged as a statesman in USA during UNGA, Imran Khan was a whinner
Three Nobel winners crib to Gates Foundation about award to PM Modi: Here is who they are and why they are hypocrites
The three Nobel Peace Laureates who have written against the award to PM Modi by Gates foundation are Mairead Maguire, Tawakkol Abdel-Salam Karman and Shirin Ebadi.
Two articles, one dangerous agenda: Shekhar Gupta led The Print furthers the ‘righteous Jihad’ narrative
Chitralekha Zutshi begins her article in The Print in a sombre and sad tone, stating Kashmiriyat is dead, while Zainab Sikander lamented the loss of voice of Muslims because of Jinnah
Missing elements from defunct J&K constitution: Secular govt, equality of status and opportunity, assuring integrity of nation
If one goes by the reports on abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir, as represented in the global media, two things stand out. One, the official word is overwhelmingly in favour of India and Two, the international media is overwhelmingly against India.