Jadavpur University has Fallen: Bhagwa storms the Left bastion, Babul Supriyo emerges from the episode a hero
In the fiasco at Jadavpur University, the moment in the episode when Babul Supriyo shines through is when he addresses the 'protesters' in front of the media.
Namrita’s death kicked off a Twitter trend in India that lasted for about 2 hours. Then, everything was forgotten.
E-cigarettes: What are they, why they were banned, and why it is difficult to ban traditional cigarettes
Ban on e-cigarette is a welcome decision, but government will have a tough time explaining not banning cigarettes
On the third anniversary of the Uri attack, it is important that we place it in its proper civilizational context
On the 18th of September, 2016, terrorists sponsored by Pakistan would attack an Indian Army Brigade Headquarters in Uri which would lead India and Pakistan down a path that leads us to where we are today.
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
Sharad Pawar faces existential crisis ahead of Maharashtra elections as NCP leaders make a beeline for BJP and Shiv Sena
Sharad Pawar is in for more tough times in the coming years
The Rebel and The King: The similarities and fundamental differences between Narendra Modi and Donald Trump
All the similarities and fundamental differences between Donald Trump and Narendra Modi can be summed up under the paradigm of The Rebel and The King.
While talking about Muslims in Jammu, Karan Thapar diminishes massacre of Hindus and Sikhs in Jammu and the KP exodus
Karan Thapar in his article "We cannot be selective about the past in Jammu & Kashmir" in Hindustan Times dated 15th Sept 2019, gives a call to morality, intellectual honesty and being conscious to multiple peoples and their identities.
Congress kept Gujarat thirsty for decades by stalling progress of Sardar Sarovar Dam. Congress and anti-Narmada project activist Medha Patkar, who for years tried to halt the project which benefited crores of farmers under her 'Narmada Bachao Andolan'
Shekhar Gupta’s The Print says Muslims silent over Tabrez Ansari, after multiple violent protests by Muslim mobs rocked parts of India
In the article, titled 'Indian Muslims are silent over Tabrez Ansari because of Muhammad Ali Jinnah', Shekhar Gupta led The Print argues that the Indian Muslim community has been beaten into silence by the all-encompassing Evil Hindu Fascism.
My home by the Jhelum: Story of a Kashmiri Hindu who, along with his family was attacked and thrown out of Kashmir by Islamists
As a Kashmiri Hindu, it is all the more important to retell our stories now when there is a malicious and perverse attack to erase and distort our history and rewrite it to project the Muslim atrocities as a freedom struggle and not as an Islamist jihadi movement
Haryana CM Manohar Lal has proclaimed that Haryana will implement NRC. Under pressure of coming elections, Bhupinder Hooda jumped to support the proposal.
Hindi is a beautiful language, as is Tamil, Kannada etc: ‘Imposition’ narrative must be quashed and Sanskrit used for national integration
On the occasion of Hindi Diwas yesterday, the usual suspects proceeded to create the usual noise about alleged Hindi Imposition.
'Liberals' want the award to be redirected to “community-based organizations and grassroots advocates" instead of PM Modi, in short, they want the award to be given to people like them.
I opposed ban on single use plastic as it would cause job loss: Congress era environment minister wants India to keep using plastic
Jairam Ramesh had opposed PM Modi’s environmental friendly measure of banning single-use plastic, claiming that it will affect jobs.
Report by Silk Road Associates and Baker McKenzie: 5 possible scenarios of China and OBOR’s future and how it can cost $800 billion
The report published on Wednesday outlines 5 possible scenarios that could unfold in the future for China and OBOR depending upon the prevailing geopolitical circumstances.
There is every reason to applaud the transport minister Nitin Gadkari. He has been vocal on the Motor Vehicles Amendment bill for more than two years
After eating away billion dollars of US money and arms in the name of Jihad, Pakistan blames USA for making them a ‘dangerous country’
Speaking to Russia Today, Imran Khan on Thursday blamed the USA for the current state of Pakistan and for its policies adopted during the war against the Soviets in Afghanistan in the 1980s and the 'War on Terror' post 9/11 terror attacks
The Wire falls off a cliff: New article on the propaganda site claims Dalits will be next victims of ‘Shah’s lethal strategies’
The Wire article desperately tries to connect the abrogation of Article 370 with the issue of reservations.
After being subjected to genocide, Kashmiri Pandits are being called ‘vicious’ and are the new villains for the woke-folk
Abrogation of Article 370 has unleashed the bleeding hearts both on social media and TV channels.
The Economy has slowed down but to say there is a ‘recession’ ahead, is an exaggeration: Here is the way out
The recent release of quarterly data on GDP growth rate has created panic among citizens of India and that too for the right reasons.
One can imagine the New York Times newsroom, the eggheads sitting around, racking their brains, trying to come up with a way to mention 9/11 without any reference to Islamism. Language is a funny thing.
Faulty Factchecker shuts down hate crime database possibly due to lack of funds: Consequences of a new political order?
IndiaSpend’s faulty FactChecker.in, which has a track record of manipulating facts to suit their preconceived agenda, has finally decided to pull down the ‘Hate Crime Watch’ (HCW) after being exposed several times for Hinduphobia and bias.
The problem is not simply one of reckless individual's abuse of Hindus but also one of the systemic exclusion of Hindu voices and lives from the news.
Mumbai Metro: Trees can and should be replaced, but what happens to the cost of stalled infrastructure projects?
Mumbai Metro: Cutting a tree has gained such an emotional repulse that just the thought of it sends ripples down the power corridor, threatening to unseat governments.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally in Mathura remarked upon the blatant Hinduphobia that is rife in the Liberal world.
The Chandrayaan mission and the excited media coverage around it have done tremendous good.
NPR’s silence over their producer’s bigotry shows that Radical Islam is the dominant partner in the Left-Radical Islam alliance
Producer at National Public Radio (NPR), Furkhan Khan, sparked an outrage on Twitter on Tuesday after she made deeply Hinduphobic comments on the social media platform.