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An Open letter to AAP from an AAP supporter

A heartbroken supporter of AAP opens up

On Gandhi Jayanti, Secularism, Public Holidays and Make In India

India needs a reform on Holidays to help in achieving its Make In India goal.

Masarat Alam – To Free Or Not To Free

Masarat Alam has a dubious past and it was in national interests to use the law against him

Kejriwal’s Political Career via Chetan Bhagat Novels

Arvind Kejriwal's Political career can be summed by all the novels Chetan Bhagat has written

Stand-Up Comedy and the art of Political Propaganda – A true story

A telling episode of how Stand-Up comics further their political propaganda

India’s Daughter – the takeaways and the concerns

India's Daughter reminds us of an important incident which must not be forgotten

Do I feel ashamed of my poor English? No I don’t

I often meet people who feel that speaking English makes you more intellectual than speaking Hindi
The Face of Evil

Showing “India’s Daughter” documentary risks doing more harm than good to the society

The documentary could embolden similar criminals, propagate stereotypes, and reinforce class bias that exists in the society.

Sorry Mr. Pahlaj Nihalani, you don’t deserve to be the chief of Censor Board

Pahlaj Nihalani has been a big disappointment. He is either hopelessly inarticulate or stupidly regressive. Not good for the post of Censor Board chief.

Budget 2015 – A step in the right direction

A view on the hits and misses of Budget 2015

Avijit Roy hacked to death by Islamic Fundamentalists – Je Suis Hypocrite

A revealing view on how India "Liberals" have been hypocritical in their criticism of the murder of Avijit Roy

Why Sec 66A is redundant given existing laws curbing speech

We don't really need the section 66A of the IT law. The concerns are addressed by existing laws.

My grandfather was a Muslim. My mother a Christian. I’m an Indian, AND a Hindu!

A first person account of Nalini Rathnam, who was born and raised as a Christian in India, but feels like a Hindu culturally.

More money to states – Will the gambit work?

Modi Government has taken a step which is financially good, but politically bad

RK Pachauri, the new Tejpal?

The more you go into it, the more the cases of RK Pachauri and Tarun Tejpal sound similar.

Mother Teresa – as we don’t know her

The Mother Teresa we know, has a lot to hide. Read some inconvenient truths about her.

Why #CorporateEspionage leaks the real agendas of some

Different reactions, the #CorporateEspionage case has evoked
Anna Hazare at Jantar Manatar

Anna returns. Three mistakes of UPA govt that Modi Sarkar must not repeat

It is neither wise to ignore Anna Hazare nor to officially engage with him. What should the Modi government do?

Sagarika Ghose & Amartya Sen: The Interview That Wasn’t

Sagarika Ghose has recently interviewed Amartya Sen. The questions are the same, but answers are replaced to make some sense out of the interview
Arvind Kejriwal of Aam Aadmi Party

The success of AAP and the end of Hand-outs

The end of Communism in India depends on the failure of AAP

On Twitter, the Right Wing’s greatest enemy is the Right Wing itself

The so-called "liberals" are often on wrong foot and lacking sane arguments, abusing them gives them an upper hand.

BuzzFeed India editor will continue to provoke the “ugly” and play victim, this is why

It is the favorite game of "liberals" to provoke and play victim, because there is an army of "intellectuals" to defend them.

The rise of Pro-Pakistan voices in India

People shout "Islam Zindabad, Pakistan zindabad, Hindustan Murdabad" in UP. This raises some serious challenges to our social realities.

Open Reply to @BhupendraChaube’s reply

A reply to Mr Bhupendra Chaubey's reply

Is Kejriwal on his way to the post of Prime Minister?

Rahul Roushan's post captured what went wrong for BJP in the Delhi elections and how BJP should overcome it.

The hypocrisy of Bhupendra Chaubey from behind the burqa of “bazaaru”

Bhupendra Chaubey, who was hitherto considered a neutral journalist, has possibly let out his true feelings.

Mission Possible: How can Modi win Bihar?

Some suggestions for Narendra Modi for winning two crucial elections in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

Does the Conspiracy theory that BJP lost Delhi on purpose make sense?

While some people are subscribing to the conspiracy theory that BJP losing to AAP in Delhi was stage managed, the theory has many holes.

What disappointed me as a BJP supporter during Delhi election

With the brutal 2015 Delhi election results, some serious questions are raised about future of politics in India.

What to make of the Delhi Elections

What lessons does the Delhi Election Result hold for the rest of India.

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