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SP chief Akhilesh Yadav dismisses party’s TV panellists, asks media houses not to invite any party leader for debates

After the humiliating defeat in Lok Sabha elections, Samajwadi Party not to participate in TV debates, Akhilesh Yadav fires all party panellists
The Print has been coming up with Shivam Vij's articles that make completely contradictory claims in a matter of days

Shivam Vij is the ‘Kachcha Nimbu’ of ThePrint that gets to bat from both sides

Shivam Vij’s flagrantly contradictory articles claim all possible outcomes of an event, maybe so he could later claim that he was right in 50% of the instances.

Rahul Gandhi should not fire his data analysis chief, but promote him. Here is why

The divine vision of Praveen Chakravarty, "Big Data" head of Congress, is too precious

Why Modi Matters: Sadhvi Pragya and the definitive shift in the Overton Window of the Country

Sadhvi Pragya's victory over Digvijay Singh is particularly symbolic of the cultural shift in the country.

The Left has lost its deposit. It is time for the Right to fight Modi

Modi 2.0 heralds a new beginning for India and her people. It must not be allowed to cultivate the habits of Modi 1.0.

The story of BJP’s rise and rise in West Bengal: The story starts not in 2019 but 2017 Ram Navami

History may remember the 23rd of May, 2019 as the day when the future of Bengal Politics changed forever. However, it was on the 5th of April, 2017, on the auspicious day of Ram Navami that the seeds of it were sown.

Not every Hindu hero ends up like Prithviraj Chauhan

But now, on May 23, 2019, we have buried the ghost of 2004. It’s a pity that Atalji is not here to see this. He has become immortal.
2019, the beginning of the end of dynasty politics?

The decimation of dynasties: The Modi tsunami has swept away kings and their clans

There are no laws against the son or daughter of a politician joining politics and seeking election. But the nepotism and feudal power play, the repugnant elitism and entitlement that makes the same son and daughter assume that they are above scrutiny and accountability has to go.

‘Chup Chaap Kamal Chhaap’: The slogan that changed Bengal politics forever

While Bengal is the land of Maa Durga and Maa Saraswati, 'Jai Shree Ram' soon became a symbol of political protest.

Smriti… who? Smriti, the one who gave your brother a run for his money

In a major upset for Congress, BJP's Smriti Irani won the Congress 'family seat' Amethi defeating Congress President Rahul Gandhi by over 50,000 votes
Instances when Media outlets went terribly wrong about the 2019 Lok Sabha elections

6 instances when Indian media got it horribly wrong and predicted a Modi loss in 2019

Amidst fierce political slugfest, the Indian media dismissed Modi's re-election as PM, only at their own peril
The people of India have chosen PM Narendra Modi

Yes, EVMs were hacked, by the people who chose nationalism over casteism, and development over divide

It's not Modi who has hacked the EVMs but the public that trusts its beloved leader in shaping their dream of a stronger India.

Modi Shining, Rahul a loser.. it’s not 2004, but 2014 again

Prime Minister Modi is set to win and is set to win big. According to trends so far, BJP is set to clock a larger victory than in 2014.
NYT peddles Modi 2.0 as victory of India's most divisive leader

Dear New York Times, India has chosen Modi 2.0, deal with it

When India gives a thumping, unprecedented, overwhelming victory to a man who has made every single Indian feel proud of their nation and heritage, the NYT's heartburn is expected. 
PM Modi slammed Mayawati for not defending the people of UP and Bihar against TMC government's accusations

23rd May 2019: When the future of Bengal politics was changed forever

Whatever the ultimate result may be, one thing is for certain, going into the 2021 Assembly Elections in the state, for the first time in history, West Bengal will have a party of saffron hue as the primary opposition.

Leftist propaganda portal The Wire, says ‘it doesn’t matter who wins today’, fear mongers on result day

The article has also the classical hallmarks of Peak Liberal Intellectualism: Fear-Mongering, Masochism, Delusions, bizarre allegations of Fascism and inciting further political polarization.
Rana Ayyub uses the 2015 murder of Akhlaq to peddle fear and victimhood for Muslims, ignores Hindus killed for their religion

Fear and falsehood: How a colonialist ecosystem paints the Modi government as communal

Was Akhlaq killed because the killers wanted him to convert to Hinduism? The incident is called communal because the killers belonged to one community and the victim to another.

Modi ministers in five years – Narendra Singh Tomar, Minister of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj

A look at the achievements of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj mininstry in Modi government

Here is why Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik might be ditching his decade old ‘no political alignment’ policy

Naveen Patnaik has maintained his equidistance policy since 2009 after breaking alliance with BJP and getting separated from NDA.

Here are the 5 excuses Congress will use to deflect attention from the Gandhi Parivar’s failure if the Exit Polls hold true

If the Exit Polls hold true and Rahul Gandhi faces defeat, the Congress party will deflect attention from the utter failure of the leadership of its party and look for scapegoats to blame.

As regional leaders and Rahul Gandhi ready their excuses, 23rd May all set to be a nail-biting Soap Opera

As the final phase of 2019 elections come to an end and the Exit Polls are out, it is important to look at the changes that India’s society has undergone over the last couple of years.

Modi ministers in five years – Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Minister of Minority Affairs

A look at achievements of Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Minister of Minority Affairs

‘Journalists’ now use the fall of the Left in Australia to console themselves and insinuate that Modi can meet the same fate

Shekhar Gupta has hinged his argument that exit polls are untrustworthy based on the recent Australian elections, in which conservative coalition registered a victory against popular opinion and exit polls

Modi ministers in five years – Prakash Javadekar, Ministry of Human Resources

A look at the achievements of Human Resources Ministry in the Modi government

MK Venu calls ‘aggressive’ chants of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ provocative in The Wire, justifies Mamata Banerjee’s reign of violence

Propagandist MK Venu, in his recent article for The Wire, has defended, even justified, the great violence that Mamata Banerjee has unleashed in West Bengal in her bid to retain power in the state.

The Congress ecosystem is investing full scale in discrediting the Indian election

While BJP has been raked over the coals by the Election Commission, nearly getting banned, you wouldn’t be surprised to hear who get VVIP privileges from the same EC.

Of Nationalism and Hindu history: When fiction writer Romila Thapar writes for racist NYT, the result is bound to be poppycock

In an article for the 'failing' New York Times (as POTUS Trump calls it), Romila Thapar, academia and approved fake news peddler, spreads rather dubious canards about Hindu Nationalism and Hindu history

The side of Rabindranath Tagore that ‘Liberal Intellectuals’ don’t want you to see: Here is what he thought of Islam

Rabindranath Tagore was an extremely complicated man born into an extremely complicated era. Unfortunately enough, he became a victim of the newly minted artificially secular regime's revisionist project

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