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The first year of Modi Sarkar has been the most historic of any government in the history of independent India.
The Dark Side of ‘Stop Funding Hate’: Its antisemitic history, association with Jeremy Corbyn, Christian institutions and its hateful supporters
Stop Funding Hate is an organisation registered in the United Kingdom seeking to dictate the coverage of Indian media.
Why India should be concerned about the growing investments of China in Indian online gaming companies
Alibaba and Tencent, two of the largest Chinese tech companies now have big stakes in leading Indian online gaming companies.
Nobody likes a rising global power and we must ask a simple question – Who benefits the most from tearing India’s image to pieces
India got more bad press last year than North Korea did. The words “Hindu” and “Nazi” were declared synonymous.
As West Bengal is ravaged by Cyclone Amphan, a long term sustainable plan is required to help South Bengal
South Bengal still stranded without food and shelter as West Bengal government messes up relief and rescue after Cyclone Amphan.
How mainstream media is failing India during a pandemic: Fake news and the migrant crisis amidst Coronavirus lockdown
These days, mainstream media has been complaining about how it’s being treated. One can make the argument that Indian journalism is dominated by mainstream media via print and broadcast.
The Hindu’s ‘Readers Editor’ rebuffs a reader’s genuine concern because he interrupted the paper’s anti-India propaganda: Read how
The current Readers Editor writes a weekly column that seldom addresses the concerns of the readers. His articles are a bore and have no relevance to the “terms of reference”.
Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is angry. There are dozens of trains full of migrant workers heading from Maharashtra towards West Bengal.
RSS and Left, over the past two months, have shown what they can do in testing times, it is for India to choose, either selfless service for all or propaganda for some.
Two Pakistan High Commission officials caught spying using fake Indian identities, declared persona non grata
Delhi Police Special Cell nabbed two Pakistan High Commission officers after they were found engaged in spying using fake identities
‘Whether it is Sharjeel Imam or Tukde Tukde gang, no free hand will be given, those who challenge Indian unity and integrity will have...
Home Minister Amit Shah gave an interview to Arnab Goswami, a day after the first anniversary of the second term of Modi Sarkar.
‘Muslim Lives Matter’ trends on social media, demands for ‘protests’ in India along the lines of violent riots in USA being made
Certain individuals on social media want 'Muslim Lives Matter' protests in India along the lines of violent protests in the USA.
Woman ‘protestor’ poops on an overturned police car in middle of riots in America. Watch the video (or maybe not)
A woman was seen defecating on a damaged police car in USA, an act video recorded and photographed by onlookers
In Jamri village of Rajepur police station area in Chatra, Jharkhand, Hindus have accused some Muslims of killing cows and then throwing beef in a well.
Hacker group ‘Anonymous’ declares war on Minneapolis police force after George Floyd killing, demands criminal charges against all cops involved in the incident
Anonymous said it does not trust the Minneapolis Police Department to "carry out justice" and warned the force to "expect" them
ISKCON rejects Shemaroo Entertainment’s ‘apology’, to proceed with legal action against comedian Surleen Kaur for abusive, derogatory statements
A complaint had been filed by ISKCON organisation against comedian Ms Surleen Kaur and Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd for her abusive, derogatory remarks against the organisations, saints and Hindus.
Actors Arshad Warsi, Milind Soman get attacked by Islamists and Pakistanis for urging people to boycott Chinese products amid Ladakh standoff
Following education reformer Sonam Wangchuk's call to boycott Chinese products amid Ladakh standoff, many celebrities have come forward to urge people to boycott Chinese products
Dangal actress Zaira Wasim quits Twitter and Instagram after being criticised for ridiculous post insinuating locust attack is ‘Allah’s wrath’
Dangal actress Zaira Wasim has quit Twitter and Instagram after receiving criticism for her insensitive post.
George Floyd protests: Nike, Louis Vuitton, Macy’s, Adidas stores vandalised and looted by rioters in the US
The 'protests' against George Floyd killing have now escalated into large-scale riots, vandalism and looting of luxury stores