The Economist had recently published an article against PM Narendra Modi and endorsed the 'corrupt' Congress for 2019 Lok Sabha elections
Comedian who made fun of PM Modi’s apolitical interview to Akshay Kumar says “aayenge toh Modi ji hi”
Comedian Shyam Rangeela's comedy spoof on PM Modi and Akshay Kumar's apolitical interview went viral, now he says 'aayega to Modi hi'
When Rahul flew over the cuckoo’s nest: Metaphysics of fruit flavours and Rahul Gandhi’s desperate attempt to appear smart
Rahul Gandhi interview with India Today was a hoot and a half, and these excerpts are a must read
Journalist invents new arithmetic to defend Rahul, asks others to get calculators while needing one herself
Author Sujata Anandan, in her desperation to defend the lies of Rahul Gandhi on the NYAY yojana, made a fool of herself
Rahul Gandhi’s former partner in British company Backops, got defence offset contracts during Congress regime, reveals report
Reports now reveal that Rahul Gandhi's former partner in the British company Backops, who owned 35% shares, got defence offset contracts during the Congress regime.
On press freedom day, meet the ‘fearless’ journalist who interviewed Rahul Gandhi and said ‘Rafale has entered people’s blood’
Now, as if the India Today interview fiasco wasn't bad enough, another pliant journalist has got the "once in a lifetime" opportunity to interview Rahul Gandhi.
An advocate writes about the legal processes to be followed in wake of sexual harassment charges against judges.
Digvijaya Singh’s rants against Sadhavi Pragya reveals Congress’ misogyny and anti-Hindu proclivities
Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh in a public meeting yesterday had made an inherently misogynistic remark about Sadhavi Pragya who is going to contest against him from the Bhopal Lok Sabha constituency.
Why did India Today drop the video interview of Rahul Gandhi that it was apparently about to telecast?
A rumour gained wind on Social Media that India Today had indeed conducted a video interview with Rahul Gandhi, but the interview was so bad that India Today chose to scrap the video interview and publish a text interview instead.
CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury has triggered a massive controversy with his recent comments on the Mahabharata and the Ramayana.
Racist, “liberal”, The Economist, its battle with Narendra Modi and how Indian media uses it to bash India’s own Prime Minister
While NYT has long proven its credentials, The Economist is the new favourite of the "liberal" ecosystem in a last-ditch attempt to discredit Narendra Modi.
In his interview with India Today, Rahul Gandhi has shown how he doesn't really have a plan except to wreak havoc and chaos
India Today interview: Rahul Gandhi says he wants to destroy Modi’s image, interviewer repeats a lie about Modi
With Rahul Gandhi's admission that he wanted to "rip PM Modi's incorruptible image", the strategy behind his Rafale lies are clear.
The Congress response to the Surgical Strikes conducted by the Narendra Modi government has been rather comical.
No, Dr Manmohan Singh, the Army did not carry out any surgical strikes during your years in power.
Left-Liberals have no right to shed tears on Gadchiroli massacre when they shamelessly provide Naxals with intellectual cover
In a despicable instance of Left-Wing terrorism, 16 security personnel lost their lives after an IED blast at Gadchiroli, Maharashtra.
SC asks EC to check if voting can start at 5 AM after petition saying Muslim voters during Ramzan would face difficulty due to the heat
The Supreme Court has asked the Election Commission whether polling can start from 5 AM during the Muslim fasting period of Ramzan.
The Love Jihad phenomenon has been dismissed by the self-proclaimed "liberals" as a figment of the "right-wing" imagination. However, what is the truth? Does Love Jihad truly exist?
This saffron crowd has only to come to see their leader. These are the people whose dead souls have been revived by the Sanjeevani of Modi.
Ram Guha claims Modi govt has done a surgical strike on science and scholarship, data says otherwise
Ram Guha wrote an article titled “Surgical strike against science and scholarship”, with his target being PM Modi, and he is patently wrong, as usual
Star TV confirms that they have not given Congress the permission to use their logo and tagline in political campaigning
The poster promoting Rahul Gandhi clearly uses the Star TV logo and the tagline used by Star TV, 'rishta wahi soch nahi'.
Gandhi scion had made a libellous remark claiming that Narendra Modi has legislated a law allowing ‘shooting down’ of tribals
India’s dossier to the UN on Masood Azhar mentioned Kashmir and Pulwama categorically, any suggestion to the contrary is a lie
While India rejoiced the listing of Masood Azhar as a global terrorist, several vested interested proceeded to spread lies and canards about this historic diplomatic win for India, in their unbridled hatred for PM Modi.
Popular Twitter user True Indology, who prefers to stay anonymous, hits out on those who got his account suspended
Paddy Upton calling Gautam Gambhir ‘mentally insecure’ in his book exposes corruption within mental healthcare services and threat it poses
Former mental conditioning coach Paddy Upton has described former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir as “mentally the most insecure”. However, it didn't deter him from becoming one of India's most accomplished batsmen, he added.
The voter turnout in the first phases of 2019 elections shows which way the political wind may be blowing
There has been a lot of discussion regarding voter turnouts in the current 2019 elections. During the initial phases, it was argued that the voter turn-out, in general, was lower than the 2014 levels.
Example of what the Narendra Modi led NDA government inherited. Example of what the Modi government cleaned up.
Nehru at Kumbh, 1954: When Congress govt burnt bodies, lied about casualties and called a journalist collecting evidence ‘ba***rd’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaking at Ayodhya today spoke about the ghastly stampede of 1954 where a 1000 devotees lost their lives.
Here is how Indian ‘liberal’ propaganda over ‘intolerance’ might have caused 100s of deaths in Sri Lanka
Hundreds of innocents have lost their lives in bombings in Sri Lanka. And the global slander campaign against India could have led Sri Lankan officials to view Indian intelligence reports with suspicion.