While the entire media, political parties and the public were busy following the blurring developments of Maha politics, it was Raut's poetry that showed the true the emotions, hopes, dreams and dramas of the Shiv Sena flowing through his tweets.
Pearls of wisdom by Shekhar Gupta’s The Print: After the ‘biscuit crisis’, prepare yourself for the great Indian ‘chaddi crisis’
Indians, according to Shekhar Gupta led The Print, have become so, so poor that they have stopped buying chaddis and banians.
Lest we forget: When countless Muslims marched, went on a rampage and rioted demanding the head of Kamlesh Tiwari
In December 2015, protests had broken out in several cities, from north to south, east to west, demanding a death sentence for Kamlesh Tiwari because he had called prophet Muhammad gay.
Romila Thapar’s fantasy fiction: Claims Yudhisthira of Mahabharata was inspired by Mauryan emperor Ashoka
Not only is Romila's claim completely ignoring a few millennia between Mahabharata and Mauryan emperor Ashoka, but it also has many other flaws.
Odisha's BJD government identified 3.41 lakh ineligible beneficiaries in the KALIA scheme that has ensured their 2019 election victory.
Major General Asif Ghafoor, the official spokesperson of the Pakistani armed forces, who thinks it is his patriotic and religious duty to be a Twitter troll, has now directed his ranting towards Shah Rukh Khan and his upcoming Netflix series.
Shekhar Gupta claims protests in Kashmir are Pakistan’s best hope, then asks govt to lift restrictions so protests can happen
It is not clear why Gupta, who just days ago claimed that protests in Kashmir will be Pakistan's best hope is now urging the government to lift restrictions and allow protests.
NDTV finds endorsement from Pakistan, Imran Khan’s party shares their video to further anti-India agenda
Pakistan's ruling party PTI has endorsed NDTV by sharing a video clip from one of their shows where they claim the people of Kashmir are waiting for the curfew to lift so they can 'show' India what they feel, hinting violence and riots.
Thousands of Odias travel to Tirupati each year. Thousands go to Vaishno Devi, and thousands go to visit the 12 Jyotirlingas of India. So, how can some individuals with a tunnel view are going to decide what is the Odia identity and what is not?
With the same ‘zor se bolo’ story to tell, were Kunal Kamra and Mahua Moitra traveling in the same plane and experienced the same turbulence?
It is, however, a matter of grave concern. How did all so-called left-wingers and anti-BJP opinion cum joke makers ended up in the same plane at the same time to experience the same turbulence?