We don't really need the section 66A of the IT law. The concerns are addressed by existing laws.
A first person account of Nalini Rathnam, who was born and raised as a Christian in India, but feels like a Hindu culturally.
Different reactions, the #CorporateEspionage case has evoked
It is neither wise to ignore Anna Hazare nor to officially engage with him. What should the Modi government do?
Sagarika Ghose has recently interviewed Amartya Sen. The questions are the same, but answers are replaced to make some sense out of the interview
The so-called "liberals" are often on wrong foot and lacking sane arguments, abusing them gives them an upper hand.
It is the favorite game of "liberals" to provoke and play victim, because there is an army of "intellectuals" to defend them.
Rahul Roushan's post captured what went wrong for BJP in the Delhi elections and how BJP should overcome it.
Bhupendra Chaubey, who was hitherto considered a neutral journalist, has possibly let out his true feelings.
While some people are subscribing to the conspiracy theory that BJP losing to AAP in Delhi was stage managed, the theory has many holes.
With the brutal 2015 Delhi election results, some serious questions are raised about future of politics in India.
Battles are not won by surrendering or running away. AIB had a good chance.
The Hindu Mahasabha is back with their bizzare views on Valentine's Day. Right time that people stand against such stupidity.
All India Bakchod took down their video. Read why and what we can learn from the entire incident.
Censor Board Member Ashoke Pandit needed to be censored himself today
It might sound like we are being sadist, but we really wish that this case is dragged to the courts, for it will help us all.
Where @waatho sets the record straight about the AIB roast
Everyone is loving it, I too loved it, but AIB Knockout had moments that made me uncomfortable.
The ridicule that Narendra Modi got for his branded suit on Republic Day betrays feudal-casteist mindset of the commentators?
Ramdev may have political aspirations, he may have some old-fashioned ideas, but should we completely deny his contributions to the society?
Homeless in their homeland, Kashmiri Pandits have been played like a tool between ideologies, religion and boundaries.