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The psychology of ‘Woke Culture’: How bitter individuals weaponise resentment to perpetuate a cancerous narrative

Social Media has revolutionized public discourse but it in doing so, it has also unleashed unbridled chaos.

BJP has shown ruthlessness in the game of power politics, and it is good for ideology too

Is BJP harming ‘Hindutva’ in its reckless pursuit of power in Maharashtra? Not really.

Here are the five biggest losers of the Maharashtra Tragicomedy

The Maharashtra Tragicomedy finally appears to have come to a close today.

Uddhav’s dream shatters even as Sanjay Raut ends up as being the biggest joke

Raut thought he is finally victorious as Maharashtra will see a Shiv Sena chief minister with Uddhav Thackeray forming the government.

BJP is beginning to sputter at the state level and the party needs to urgently pay attention

There is a slight trend reversal in progress. It is not strong enough to be called blowback yet, especially with the BJP having just stormed back with 303 Lok Sabha seats. But glitches are happening. And more regularly than expected.

All Huff and No Puff: Huffington Post contradicts itself on Electoral Bonds, simply to vilify the government it so hates

Huffington Post is huffing in desperation, yet again - this time, over Electoral Bonds

The other side of the Fathima Latheef news story: The tragedy, the claims, the contradictions and the real injustice

In the last few days, we have witnessed the unfolding of an event that is, in equal parts, tragic, destructive and perplexing. Fathima Latheef- a talented, promising 19-year-old of IIT Madras- was found hanging from the ceiling fan in her hostel room

From BALCO to BPCL: The new India is a tribute to Vajpayee

The government announced the big bang disinvestment of BPCL and 4 other Public Sector Units and Atal Bihari Vajpayee must be smiling
Rahul Gandhi granted bail by Patna court in defamation case filed by Deputy CM Sushil Modi

The Congress party’s tryst with JNU: The far-left university now dictates the ideology of the Congress

Congress has learnt nothing from its defeat in the 2019 General Elections and is now supporting JNU protests

Do not try to paint BHU as another bigoted institution because of its name

BHU students have been protesting over the appointment of a Muslim professor at the Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vigyan.

Here is why we need a global publicity strategy for Citizenship Amendment Bill

Citizenship Amendment Bill is the most crucial safety measure required to ensure that the NRC is a success

How the BHU students were demonised and the ones who refused to be ‘secularised’ unfairly called ‘bigots’

BHU students have been protesting against the appointment of a Muslim professor in the Dharma Vigyan department.

CNN wants India to tolerate an Islamic state and Shariah law within its territory to uphold ‘Secularism’

CNN has become the embodiment of the rot that has taken over media-political establishment of the USA.

Ravish Kumar incites violence, wants students from Hindi heartland with ‘third class’ ideology to be more like JNU goons

Ravish Kumar engaged in extremely dangerous rhetoric in the article published on NDTV about JNU
JNU says it is facing a deficit of Rs 45 crores and since UGC rules prevent payment to contractual staff from salary budget, the feel hike is necessary

There is no ‘fee hike’ in JNU: While free education may be a right, free accommodation is certainly not

For almost a week now, the nation has been transfixed at the spectacle of JNU students doing what they are best known for - protests

Here are five reasons why the trailer of ‘Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior’ will anger ‘liberals’

The trailer of Ajay Devgan's upcoming movie Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior has bee released on the 19th of November.
BHU students of the Sanskrit department have been protesting against the appointment of a Muslim assistant professor

A Tale of Two Protests: ‘Students’ at JNU receive a free pass while the students at BHU are demonized for a fair demand

The mainstream media has completely misrepresented the arguments made by the students of BHU.

Ashok Singhal, Class of 92: Remembering the Chief Architect of the Ram Janmabhoomi Movement on his death anniversary

The involvement of Ashok Singhal in the Ram Janmabhoomi Movement began in 1984.

Remembering Balasaheb Thackeray: A legacy shunned by Shiv Sena within seven years of his death

Balasaheb Thackeray had very harsh words to offer for the very people Shiv Sena is now trying to ally with.

A Hindu perennially ashamed and guilty: How narrative after Ayodhya verdict is trying to achieve it

Even before the Ayodhya verdict was pronounced, there was a host of requests being made for calm to be maintained. While this sounds advice of maturity, the undercurrent was palpable and deeply disturbing.
BHU researcher alleges corruption and favouritism behind the appointment of Firoze Khan at SVDV

The BHU controversy: Demanding that ‘Hindu Dharma Vigyan’ be taught by a Hindu and not a Muslim is not bigotry

Students at the Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vigyan (SVDV) in BHU have been protesting over the appointment of a Muslim professor, Dr Firoz Khan, at the institution.

‘Tatva’ of Rama: How did Hindus sustain the struggle for their beloved Ram Janmabhoomi for 5 centuries?

What we lost as Ram Janmabhoomi and the temple, we imbued in our souls and spirits as the ‘Tatva’ of Sri Rama.

The best tribute to Bhagwan Birsa Munda on his birth anniversary is to fight for anti-conversion laws

What is the best way to pay tribute to Bhagwan Birsa Munda on his birth anniversary?
Aatish Taseer

Liberals write to PM Modi, want him to give Aatish Taseer an OCI card because he is as privileged as them

The 'eminent intellectuals' have reached the conclusion based on their narcissism that Aatish Taseer is only being targeted because he wrote against Narendra Modi.

Why Sabarimala temple issue should not be clubbed with women entry to mosques

Today, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court decided to refer a bundle of cases including Sabarimala to a larger seven-judge bench

Sabarimala is NOT about ‘impurity’ being associated with menstruation, stop repeating that lie

Tradition at Sabarimala has nothing to do with 'impurity'. It is based on the celibate nature of Swami Ayyappa

Rafale Saga: A sinister attempt to undermine Democracy by the liberal media-political establishment has been crushed

The Rafale Saga was a malicious attempt by Rahul Gandhi and its media and activist ecosystem at swaying the mind of the voter going into the elections.

Winter of 1949: The untold story of the ‘miraculous appearance’ of Murtis of Ram Lalla at Babri Masjid

In December 1949, Murti of Ram Lalla 'miraculously' appeared inside the Babri Masjid.
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The Liberhan Commission report on Babri Masjid Demolition: 10 things ‘liberals’ don’t want you to read

The Liberhan Commission was commissioned by the then Congress government ten days after the Babri Masjid demolition to investigate the events that led to it and those responsible for it.

A tale of two Sanjays: The Maharashtra conundrum

Sanjay Nirupam and Sanjay Raut - how the two Sanjays have brought Shiv Sena where it is today.

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