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Did polarization of Hindu votes take place in Uttar Pradesh?

Many people are taking about ‘polarization’, but if it happened, what caused it?

Three key takeaways before UP election results and one major factor being overlooked by all

This is the most interesting day in the election season. Two days after elections and one day before results.

Bihar’s liquor war: Prisoners of prohibition and the conspiracy of silence

Thousands of people have been arrested in Bihar due to the draconian laws, but it has generated little debate.

Pakistan has started a war, and it is winning it. But you can fight back

Pakistan has activated the fifth column in India, and its strategy is working. Read how you can spot it.

A soldier asks : Viral videos of army men – who benefits?

The media is playing a dangerous game, and the citizens should know it.

The seven percent syndrome – understanding the latest GDP numbers

The critics are claiming that the GDP growth rate numbers itself is wrong, but are they? Let's take a look at some factors.

Forget ‘Advantage BJP’ articles, let’s see what media was doing all the while in Uttar Pradesh

Just two videos from a couple of weeks back show how media had been blatantly partisan.

When Javed Akhtar insulted our wrestlers, I was reminded of this story

The language you use, the tone you employ, says a lot about you rather than those whom you are talking about.

BMC elections: a micro-level analysis

A detailed look at the local elections

Breaking the neo-caste barrier of speech and opinions

For long, a particular group has controlled the narrative and monopolised the speech. They face challenge now.

Dadri to Ramjas – Dissecting the anatomy of secular-liberal campaigns

These were clearly orchestrated such that the discourse can be moved away from developmental issues to divisive ones.

The partisan activism and misplaced idealism of Gurmehar Kaur

The leftist ecosystem is attacking and maligning anyone who disagrees with her, but we must deconstruct her ideas.

Two tier free speech : the magical hypocrisy of Javed Akhtar

Those who bullied a policewoman for writing a poem are crying for free speech now. What they really want is two tier free speech

How being a liberal has been turned akin to being a religious nut

Liberalism has become the new religion. There are just too many similarities.

I am brother of a martyr, and I support the ABVP

The mainstream media will not air my views. Nationalism is a bad word now?

Why the Indian ‘Right Wing’ can never become the mirror image of the ‘Left Wing’

Right Wing might not be doing everything 'right'. But there is no way it can go as wrong as the Left Wing.

Maharashtra Civic Elections Results: The writing on the wall

From the east coast now to the west, BJP is emerging from the shadows of local parties.

How ‘alternative facts’ were used by a ‘fact checker’ to show PM Modi in poor light

An article published in Hindustan Times deliberately twisted Modi’s speech to claim ‘half-truths’.

The ‘right wing’ faces the danger of becoming the mirror image of the ‘left wing’

Indian dharmic right needs to take a break and introspect if this is a desirable development.

Congress Mukt Odisha? Challenges ahead for BJP in the eastern state

BJP has stunned everyone by its stellar performance in panchayat polls. But what next?

Attempt by left-liberals to use Orwell to run down ‘Right’ is hilariously tragic

The Indian Express published a tragicomic piece that tried to use George Orwell to peddle usual leftist propaganda.

An abusive Akhilesh reveals a nervous Akhilesh

As the 'youth icon' loses his cool, he reveals his true mental status

State vs Hindus – how Indian politics has destroyed the notion of ‘secularism’

We have come to a point where talking about equal rights to Hindus is seen as 'communalism'.
Congress is still far from holding the Gandhis accountable for elections loss

The Gandhis, the media, and the anti-truth

Is post-truth actually 'forced-truth'?

Why moving towards cashless economy is not easy for India

A look at the common barriers towards being cashless or less-cash economy.

How sexual offenders are mainstreamed by the left liberals

Standard template how sexual predators are quietly rehabilitated by the Khap-elites

What Sasikala could have learnt from Sonia Gandhi

The AIADMK leader was in a hurry, but that was not the best policy.

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