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Modi, not Imran Khan, is a man of peace

While Imran Khan is no different from his predecessors, and unfortunately, his successors may be no different either.
Congress' official twitter handle tweets the wrong date of Shahidi Diwas

BJP’s aggressive candidate list for 2019 election like a blizzard on Congress led by Rahul Gandhi

The boldness of BJP is apparent in that it has 21 present Union and ministers of state in the list, alongside the candidature of its party president, Amit Shah from Gandhinagar in Gujarat.

Laying a perfect economic foundation for Modi Sarkar 2

India remains the fastest growing major economy in the world with an annual average GDP growth during the last five years higher than the growth achieved by any Government since economic reforms began in 1991.

Wondering which is the best political party? Here is Sabse Achchhi Party, literally, and more

NOTA enthusiasts should go through the list since there are hundreds of options to choose from, literally

Latest episode of ‘The Patriot Act’: Hasan Minhaj might be funny, but his act is shoddy, ill-researched and no guide to Indian politics

The unmentionable sins of the Congress are ignored and this, ladies and gentlemen, is somehow what many people refer to as an “unbiased” view on Indian politics
Congress' official twitter handle tweets the wrong date of Shahidi Diwas

While Rahul Gandhi talks about ‘saving democracy’, Bengaluru arrests a stark reminder of Congress’ Emergency mindset

Recently, a bunch of young techies were arrested in Bengaluru for raising slogans in support of Narendra Modi during a Rahul Gandhi meet.
Arvind Kejriwal (L) Rahul Gandhi (R)

The AAP-Congress conundrum: What it means for the parties in Delhi

The Aam Aadmi Party, for a while now, has been begging the Congress for an alliance. Congress, on the other hand, has been jittery about the entire prospect.

Indifference to ‘slow poison’ in Indira Canteens shows how ‘secularism’ is literally killing people

No onion and garlic in school midday meals becomes an issue, but E. coli in Indira Canteen meals does not

‘Borrowing from ISIS playbook’: Into the mind of the Christchurch terrorist

In a terrible terrorist attack in New Zealand, two terrorists opened fire at two mosques which resulted in the death of at least 49 people thus far and injured many others. The mass shootings took place at the Al Noor Mosque next to Hagley Park and another at the Linwood Mosque in the suburb of Linwood.

Indian Muslims: Look at Congress manifesto to know if they stand by you

It’s important for Indians, especially the Muslims, to look at Congress’ manifesto closely and understand that the grand old party has never, not now, and certainly would not stand by India’s largest minority.

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