Smriti Irani catches Rajdeep Sardesai's spin
Even though it's part of declassified files, Congress claims the letter is fake.
Why the oppressed narrative is here to stay
Another optics fail by Modi Government, this time during terror activities
Shashi Tharoor claims that Narendra Modi is at war with pluralism, but truth is something else.
Intolerance to opposing views is rising in India
An Adarsh Liberal laments the state of affairs in India under Modi.
Ever since India changed the map of Pakistan in 1971, Pakistan has been dying to do the same to India. 7 such fantasy maps.
A satirical take on how Delhi would be ideal for FTII and Vice versa
The lies and politics behind GST bill
A humor piece in which some people are caught betting on Janata Parivar Merger
Man behind Chai pe Charcha leaves BJP – BJP’s strategic error and Prashant Kishor’s political U-turn
While for Kishor this opportunism might be an act of political desperation, for the BJP, a loss in Bihar could very well be a self-inflicted wound.
After one year of Modi in power, let us revisit some of the enlightening opinions shared by his rivals before he won.
Everytime Modi is out for a foreign trip, social media is full of memes and jokes. Here are some more jokes!
A satire piece to show how media could have covered Salman's case judgement
Rahul Gandhi's intervention on Real Estate Bill has been too little, too late and uninformed
What Modi would say if he were to deliver a speech like Obama
The unfortunate death of a person in AAP’s rally needs to be thoroughly investigated by the police.
An exasperated journalist writes about troubled times to a Prime Minister who doesn't seem concerned.
@Bhak_sala writes about his travels in Bihar and what he gathers from them
BJP has to hold one end up as Modi goes overseas
Satire: How AAP-bhakts defended Arvind Kejriwal's crime
Massive protest in Karnataka after IAS officer D K Ravi who 'exposed tax frauds' found dead
Arvind Kejriwal's Political career can be summed by all the novels Chetan Bhagat has written