Nupur J Sharma

Editor, OpIndia.com since October 2017

IIT-B students support Citizenship Amendment Bill even as handful of students from leftist orgs try to protest in campus

IIT B has been gripped with controversy as Leftist student groups try to protest against Citizenship Amendment Bill

Telangana encounter: No right answer

In the wee hours of the morning, the four accused in the Telangana rape and murder case were shot dead in a police encounter.

Why the Muslim perpetrators’ name must be mentioned explicitly when the victim is a Hindu

Intersectionality is a sociological concept says that intersecting identifies give rise to unique models of oppression

Three questions that should be asked and debated around Sadhvi Pragya calling Godse a deshbhakt

Sadhvi Pragya, the BJP MP from Bhopal has landed in yet another controversy by calling Nathuram Godse a patriot

Faction of Congress might abstain during floor test, fights erupt in Congress and Shiv Sena: Read exclusive details on Maharashtra

The state of Maharashtra has been in a state of confusion ever since the Assembly Election results were announced.

How the BHU students were demonised and the ones who refused to be ‘secularised’ unfairly called ‘bigots’

BHU students have been protesting against the appointment of a Muslim professor in the Dharma Vigyan department.

A Hindu perennially ashamed and guilty: How narrative after Ayodhya verdict is trying to achieve it

Even before the Ayodhya verdict was pronounced, there was a host of requests being made for calm to be maintained. While this sounds advice of maturity, the undercurrent was palpable and deeply disturbing.

Rafale verdict: Media plays Nero to Rahul Gandhi’s lies, Business Standard blatantly lies about Justice Joseph’s observations

The Supreme Court on 14th November 2019 dismissed the review petitions filed against its verdict on the Rafale case where it gave the deal a clean chit.

Today’s judgement by Supreme Court has effectively dislodged the 2018 verdict in Sabarimala case: Advocate J Sai Deepak

Sabarimala verdict: OpIndia.com spoke to J Sai Deepak, the advocate representing the group People for Dharma and the Pandalam Royal Family to get more clarity on the judgement

Aatish Taseer and his cheerleaders go loco: Here is how they are lying and deceiving about him losing his OCI

On the night of 7th November 2019, Ministry of Home Affairs said that writer and journalist Aatish Taseer is ineligible for getting an OCI card, as he had concealed the fact that his father was of Pakistani origin.

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