After Anand Ranganathan’s, Vivek Agnihotri’s tweets, which were critical of judiciary, blocked from being read in India
Vivek was informed of his tweets being withheld on Thursday.
The fanaticism of ‘All Nations’, the Christian missionary organisation which trained John Allen Chau
All Nation's conduct appears to be hazardous to the health of its missionaries.
UK: Police ‘recklessly ignored’ Muslim grooming gangs sexually abusing Sikh girls for decades due to ‘political correctness’, claims study
The Muslim grooming gang phenomenon in the West bears close resemblance with the phenomenon of Love Jihad in India.
Jack Dorsey under investigation for potential falsities in his testimony about censorship on Twitter
Twitter's 'hateful conduct' policy reveals a definite progressive bias. The platform has now banned 'misgendering' and 'deadnaming' after modifying its policy.
Congress and BJP fight it out in Mizoram today, but earlier this year, they had formed an alliance for an autonomous body
There is no pre-poll alliance in Mizoram, but anything is possible after elections
The CPIM's role in protests in Maharashtra is also well known.
Tweets by Scientist and Columnist Anand Ranganathan critical of judiciary blocked from being read in India
It turns out that certain tweets of Anand Ranganathan were withheld in India.
Aircel Maxis: With CBI getting sanction to prosecute P Chidambaram, a relook at NDTV link and the IT officer’s letter to CBI
With CBI getting sanction to prosecute P Chidambaram in Aircel-Maxis case, will it probe the NDTV link?
The Chinese have attracted very little retribution from the international community for its inhumane treatment of Uighur Muslims.
The mainstream media, if it was indeed neutral, would have portrayed the divisions within the LGBT community accurately.
Media has no right to pontificate about 26/11 after SC’s observations on their irresponsible coverage
The 26/11 terror attack coverage by media is a prime example of the irresponsibility of media
‘The party chose to pander to Muslim fears’: Wikileaks cable on Congress’ dangerous politics over 26/11 terror attack
It is also pertinent to mention that senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh also attended the release of a book that insinuated an RSS conspiract behind the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack at the India Islamic Cultural Centre.
As Rahul Gandhi prays at Ajmer Dargah before talking in Pokhran, here is Congress’ tarnished history with both places
Congress had opposed the Pokhran 2 nuclear tests, saying BJP benefited from it, not the country
Now the country is witnessing a steady decline in petrol and diesel rates in the last several weeks
To this day, I shudder to think what would have happened if Ajmal Kasab, one of the 26/11 terrorists, had not been captured alive
NGO that filed complaint against Rafale Deal is partners with George Soros’ Open Society, Misereor and Oxfam among others
The complaint against the Rafale deal filed by NGO Sherpa against the Rafale deal should be treated with extreme caution.
The Indian government needs to do something urgently to put an end to the menace of Christian evangelism and safeguard the nation from the perils of demographic instability.
The Sabarimala shrine reopens on Nov 17 and the Kerala government assured the entry of 'all' devotees.
List of Ajit Jogi, Amit Jogi’s misdeeds are endless, and Congress is silent even after they have left the party
It will take an encyclopedia to even compile the list of illegal acts committed by the Jogi family
Haren Pandya was assassinated by Islamist radicals in March 2003, 13 months after the Gujarat riots took place
INS Arihant, India’s first ballistic missile submarine fully operational, completes first deterrence patrol
PM Modi congratulated the crew and well as all those involved in accomplishing this feat.
Indira Gandhi and 5 lesser known Wikileaks cables: Of Nuclear technology, corruption and foreign relations
There are some startling revelations made in WikiLeaks cables.
Malhotra is set to deliver his first lecture at the Centre for Media Studies on the 2nd of November.
PM Modi to inaugurate the statue on 31st October 2018
The core aspect of the inter-tribal conflict is the issue of nativity.
India could learn quite a few lessons from the war that began with the invasion by Pakistani tribals in 1947.
The devotees are struggling to ensure the continuity of their own tradition.