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Culture of political violence in West Bengal: How the Islamist challenge can turn an already very bad situation into much worse
The outbreak of political violence in West Bengal since Mamata Banerjee's victory shows no signs of abating.
How a ‘liberal’ filmmaker went from criticising Rahul Gandhi to saying ‘I am on your side’ and what it shows
Congress and their loyalists are still not able to get over the shock of not only losing 2019 elections, but BJP outperforming them and itself from the previous term.
Why so-called ‘fact-checkers’ are a greater evil than random misinformation that they claim to fight
In his speech, the PM also took veiled jibes at a few CMs as well as loudmouthed opposition politicians with no skin in the game.
Importance of social media in democratising freedom of speech, tussle with the Govt of India and why Twitter must comply
As the world battles COVID-19 pandemic, another crisis has emerged over ‘penetrative’ role of social media platforms, like Twitter, in India
Aatish Taseer shows how his ‘jamaat’ has mastery over playing victim, brands Bollywood pro-Modi even as it remains anti-Hindu
'Eminent intellectual' Aatish Taseer has has claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is attempting to silence Bollywood.
Dehumanising ‘Sanghis’ and weaponisation of sex: Why the defence of the ‘hate sex’ audio by one of the women present is problematic
The entire idea is about dehumanisation of political adversaries. Once adversaries have been sufficiently dehumanised, all manners of crimes against them are justifiable.
Perils of woke feminism: How recent Clubhouse conversation encourages sexually predatory behaviour and promotes Grooming Jihad
In a audio conversation on Clubhouse, luminaries of liberal and feminist firmament encouraged sexually predatory behaviour against Hindus.
Unit 731 was the name of the Imperial Japanese Army's covert biological and chemical warfare division.
You see, Satish Acharya wouldn't really want to be Charlie Hebdo'ed, right?