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Any Neutral Satire site in India? YES!

Are Indian Satire sites biased towards the BJP? Even if they are, is it a crime?
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Pope’s new Commandment: Thou shalt not kill, but “Punching in face” is okay

Pope Francis's statements showed that he justified violence in response to verbal criticism. Will this strengthen the arms of religious extremists all over the world, across faiths?

When a humorist becomes a preacher instead of becoming a social critic

Standup comics in India have started playing a bigger role in forming the public opinion. The biggest challenge for the new generation standup is to choose between audience, ideology and iconoclasm.
Je Suis Charlie drawing by Jean Julien

Charlie Hebdo: This is not the time to discuss “limits” of free speech

Such debate will unwittingly legitimize the medieval and violent ideology that the perpetrator of the crime subscribes to.

India’s SAHEB – Batman or Bait-man

Is SAHEB a hero or a villain? or someon stuck in between? Waatho takes a look at all his "accomplishments" and "shortcomings"

When will political and religious leaders stop using women as guinea pigs?

When people fight to establish their religious supremacies through social manipulations, women, children and weeks are affected the most.

Minimum Government – Are we getting there?

How far has the Modi Government been able to deliver on the promise of "Minimum Government, Maximum Governance"?

Super Sniffer Subramanian Swamy

Subramanian Swamy has a penchant for sniffing out something wrong when nobody has a clue. Very often he's laughed at for his theories, but he has a surprisingly impressive history of unearthing wrongdoings.

The History of Indian knowledge that some people deliberately try to hide and neglect

Indian contribution to modern sciences has often been ridiculed as Hindutva jingoism, but the truth is more nuanced and needs to be told.

What kind of ‘Liberalism’ Indian Journalists follow before blocking people on Twitter?

Those who question every authority and demand immediate answers, choose to block people on social media when they are questioned.

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