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Unforgettable and controversial moments of India-Pak World Cup Cricket matches

India has been the daddy of Pakistan in previous six ODI World Cup encounters, so it's not surprising that ICC chose 'Father's Day' for this much awaited World Cup clash between India and Pakistan
Single parent, challenges, pain and hopes

I am a single parent, and I have superpowers

In India, or maybe everywhere else too, single parents are taboo. Single mothers even more so, because, our society, however classy, and advanced it might pretend to have become, still hasn't adjusted to the idea of a woman existing without being validated by a man.

Mamata didi, we upheld our Hippocratic oath during trying times, you failed the allegiance you swore to the Constitution

The Bengal Health Crisis has escalated to immense proportions. With Doctors across the state submitting their resignations, Mamata Banerjee has a severe crisis on her hands.

The elite apathy of self-consumed Indians and self-identified ‘South Asians’

The truth is that none of this lot feels a thing when the name Hindu is napalmed, no, irradiated like Chernobyl actually, because it doesn't affect them much.

Demographic impact of Christian Missionaries: India needs the equivalent of Russia’s Yarovaya law

Christian Missionaries are still aggressively targeting the economically deprived section of India’s population and rapidly converting them into Christianity with a mission to increase the number of “believers”.

Our Children, Our Future: Dear Smriti Irani, these child development and humanitarian issues cannot wait

It is time that attention is drawn towards three disturbing trends in child development, especially relating to the most vulnerable children in our society - orphans, runaways, children of the indigent and children of marginalized sections of society.

The Islamic onslaught in West Bengal: A saga that started long before the current state regime made it worse

The Islamisation of Bengal has been a slow and steady process, repetitive governments have chosen to ignore their rising population, rather using the community as a vote bank.

How Mamata Banerjee is spared of allegations they level on Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Millions of Indians today would term West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee is arrogant.

A brilliant cartoon undone by Vijayan’s Kerala

Pinaryi Vijayan’s Left government (LDF) in Kerala uses its two hands differently: One wears a velvet glove for Christians and Muslims; the other a baton for Hindus.

The West Bengal doctor crisis will go down in history as Mamata Banerjee’s Singur moment

The saffron surge in the state was initially sparked by the ongoing demographic invasion but it is the Bengal doctor crisis that has turned out to be the 'Singur Moment' for Mamata Banerjee
Naqvi with Modi

Minority scholarships: Modi government should lend an ear to the ‘outraged’ Hindus

Some are angry over ‘minority appeasement’ by Narendra Modi govt, and they need to be heard.
Temple elephants in Kerala are revered, celebrated, loved and mourned by its people

Kerala villagers want to keep an elephant alive, media sees ‘rise of BJP’ in the state

Kerala had loved and wept for its elephants much before BJP or the RSS became stakeholders in the state's politics.
Graph shared by Bill Gates and his assertion on terrorism is wrong. Here is why

The fat tail of terrorism and why the graphs shared by Bill Gates mislead

Recently, Bill Gates shared an infographic showing causes of death in the US, what people most commonly search for and what media reports on. Here is why he was wrong in the conclusion he drew

No Deepika, you have no right to talk about the Kathua victim, you should hang your head in shame and shut up

The day Kathua verdict was pronounced, convicting six and acquitting one accused, Deepika Rajawat took to Twitter to make a little announcement for herself

Here is how Arvind Kejriwal is lying about Delhi having uninterrupted electricity supply and lowest power rate

If we believe in the personal account of the Delhi residents on social media, the claim of 24x7 power supply is exaggerated.

The Judiciary and its inconsistencies when it comes to the principles of Freedom of Expression

The Supreme Court's judgments and comments in matters of free speech highlights the urgent necessity for its complete overhaul.

Was Editors Guild more upset about arrest of Prashant Kanojia than murder of DD cameraman?

An unequivocal, no holds barred, stinging statement spanning four full paragraphs and 291 words for Kanojia. All governments in power need to read this. But for the DD cameraman who was killed by Naxals?

We need to stop dividing crimes along the lines of ‘our victim’ and ‘their victim’

Some crimes shake the conscience of the nation: Like the one in Aligarh. Or the one in Kathua, Jammu.

While the first ‘witch’ was executed today in 1692, the puritan spirit that drove the Salem Witch Trials executions is well alive and thriving

June the 10th has special significance in this regard as it was on this day all the way back in 1692 that the first victim of the Salem Witch Trials was executed by hanging.

BJP was in opposition for decades, but BJP supporters always cheered for India

The elite liberal consensus has always had contempt for common Indians. Narendra Modi became the focal point of their hatred. And as his political star shone brighter and brighter, liberals were driven further and further over the edge.

Free metro rides for women is an ill thought-out move: Here are the DMRC numbers that nobody is talking about

The Delhi Government’s latest move to offer free rides to women commuters of the Delhi Metro showcases once again Arvind Kejriwal’s old habit of offering populist subsidies just before elections.
Rana Ayyub flustered as a journalists mentions religious identities of Aligarh murder case

Rana Ayyub gets rattled and displays her hypocrisy after Bhupendra Chaubey refers to Aligarh murderers as ‘Muslim men’

In the past, Rana Ayyub had no qualms citing the religious identities of perpetrators when the victims happened to belong to minority communities

Church Bombings in the year 2000: How Christian priests blamed Hindu groups for attacks committed by Islamic terrorists

Along expected lines, Christian priests blamed Hindu right-wing groups for the 2000 Church Bombings but reality could not have been more different.

TISS associate professor’s defence of Kejriwal’s ‘free rides for women’ stunt explains what’s exactly wrong with ‘Liberalism’

Ever since the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) announced free rides for women in public transport, liberals of various hues have been struggling to mouth a decent defence of this wayward policy.

The Nexus of Missionaries and Naxals vs India: The horrific Khunti gangrape reveals the conspiracy of Break India forces

The Khunti gangrape was an outcome of a sinister conspiracy by Break India forces. If you are someone who cares about keeping India together, you need to know this story.

The Hindu repeats ‘dara hua musalman’ narrative as Muslim mobs go on rampage and BJP workers are killed post Modi’s victory

The Hindu relies on 2 incidents where the police have summarily denied communal angles to allege that Muslims are scared in Modi's India

Festivals and political opportunism of media: ‘The Guardian’ and its anti-Hindu agenda

International media outlet ‘The Guardian’, propagates an anti-Hindu agenda which fairly contributes in defaming and stigmatizing everything that is related to Hinduism
Delhi Police rubbish Kejriwal's claims of doubt over his own PSOs

Arvind Kejriwal and the political philosophy behind his lies

When a politician is caught in his lies, he pays for it either with apology or punishment or both. There is both shame and consequences involved. In Arvind Kejriwal’s case, it’s neither

Smriti Irani in McDonald: We’re loving it

Smriti Irani is eminently capable of ruffling a few feathers

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