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The psychology of ‘Woke Culture’: How bitter individuals weaponise resentment to perpetuate a cancerous narrative

Social Media has revolutionized public discourse but it in doing so, it has also unleashed unbridled chaos.

Kalyan Singh, Class of 92: 6th December, 1992 a matter of National Pride, No Regret, No Repentance, No Grief

Kalyan Singh was the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1992 when the disputed structure was demolished.

Rajaraja Chola I: Conqueror, temple builder and one of the greatest emperors of India

The territory of Rajaraja Chola- I included modern day's Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Sri Lanka and parts of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa. 

United Kingdom: As Labour Party takes anti-India stand, Indian diaspora to campaign for Conservatives in December 2019 elections

The British Indian vote has the ability to decide the outcome of nearly 40 seats in the upcoming elections and could be a gamechanger if they vote en masse for one single party in the UK elections. 

The Left has new enemy: Brahmin Sambar Powder

Nandini Sundar says 'Brahmin Sambar Powder' should be 'banned for promoting casteism'.

All roads lead to Gilgit-Baltistan: The tensions between India and Pakistan and what it could really mean

Gilgit-Baltistan has massive geostrategic significance and India has always maintained that it legally belongs to India.

Let Kamlesh Tiwari’s death not go waste, can we do one of these two things?

After the Kamlesh Tiwari murder, we are angry, we are demanding answers, but the biggest risk is things being forgotten soon.

Tejas Express is the REAL reform: Indian Railways on road to privatisation

This is real reform. And it will pay off just like the lifting of government monopoly on air travel did.
Meenakshi Jain gave an exclusive interview about her views on Ram Janmbhoomi Temple case

All the historical literary evidence point that the Babri Masjid was built on the ruins of Ram Temple: Noted historian Meenakshi Jain speaks to OpIndia

OpIndia Hindi Editor Ajeet Bharti talks to noted author and historian Meenakshi Jain on the Ram Janmabhoomi controversy.

‘Reactionary Right’ versus the ‘Vikas Right’: The churn in the Indian Rightwing and what it represents

Despite objections from certain quarters, the narrative on the rightwing has continued to shift in favour of the Reactionary Right.

Aarey: Environmentalism should be a practical concern, not a religion

By turning this practical concern into a quasi-religious form of bigotry, the left and glamor seeking celebrities are only enhancing the danger to the environment.

A climate change activist wants to ‘eat babies’ because they produce CO2. This is what alarmist theories have achieved

One of Democrat Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's constituents declared during a townhall that we ought to start eating babies to effectively counter climate change.
NRC to be implemented in Bengal too, says HM Amit Shah

Heartburn over NRC is because India has never discussed religious privilege

Would you exchange this bit of extra paperwork burden for 1000 years of oppression that Hindus have faced? I doubt it.

Can a pilot press a wrong button in the panel causing the plane to crash?

Indian Airlines' Flight 605 was a scheduled domestic flight from Mumbai to Bengaluru on 14th February 1990 when it crashed.

Not Shashi Tharoor, Indian Muslims and Islam need an Ambedkar first

It’s not that Islam is all about violence. That will be as unfair as saying Hinduism is all about caste. However, currently, the political and mythological aspects of Islam are prevailing over the philosophical and mystic ones.

Ayushman Bharat: A revolutionary step towards a healthy India

Ayushman Bharat, the flagship scheme of Government of India, was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to achieve Universal Health Coverage.

‘Culture’ as a soft power diplomacy: Transforming India’s global image

In promoting Indian cultural diplomacy, the Modi government has also revitalised its institutional mechanisms to strengthen and foster India’s cultural heritage.
Neeraj Ghaywan wants reservations in Bollywood

When Bollywood starts asking ‘Kaun Jaat Ho?’

A young filmmaker responds to Director Neeraj Ghaywan’s policy of hiring people from certain castes only.

The Curse of Gandhari: Author Aditi Banerjee tells why Gandhari is her favourite queen

"The Curse of Gandhari" author Aditi Banerjee says she finds Gandhari as one of the most inspirational and unforgettable characters.

Delhi Ka Maharaja: Read how this Ganesh Seva Mandal in Delhi carries forward the legacy of Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Mahendra Ladda, who originally hails from Latur, Maharashtra, but has made Delhi his home, has used 'Jal Hi Jeevan Hai' theme for the 'Delhi Ka Maharaja', 18th Ganesh Mahotsav in the national capital organised by Ganesh Seva Mandal.
Nuakhai is celebrated in Odisha on Bhadrapada Shukla Panchami to thank Mother Nature and the ancestors for a bountiful harvest

Nuakhai: Odisha’s ancient harvest festival celebrates the season’s first grains, ancestors and Mother Nature

Nuakhai is one of the most ancient festivals celebrated in Odisha to mark the season's first harvest.

‘This is why aliens won’t talk to us,’ Elon Musk on Congress party’s tweet that has left the world puzzled

The Congress party issued a statement on Twitter recently that could only be described as utterly bewildering.

Radcliffe Line: When a lawyer with no knowledge about India decided her fate

The partition remains one of the bloodiest part of India's modern history.

Remember that Amarnath Yatra is the last remaining Hindu link to Kashmir

Here is some truly trustworthy information: There is no way Modi and Shah are going to give the slightest hint of their plans in advance.

Rahul Gandhi wants to get rid of his name. Here is why

The curse of being Rahul Gandhi.

Army man Amanullah Khan gets killed by robbers, assorted fearmongers give it a communal twist and call it ‘lynching’

The propaganda has been busted as it is now revealed that 64-year-old Amanullah Khan was murdered in his house by unidentified assailants, contrary to the claims that he was lynched for being a Muslim.

After NIA and UAPA amendments, Amit Shah needs to go after conversion mafia

Who would believe that just 3 years ago, the government could barely get the opposition on board with the surgical strike?

Himalayan Blunder : When India gave up on Tibet and what it needs to do now

During Rajiv Gandhi's 1989 visit to China, Deng Xiaoping had suggested: "Let both sides forget the unpleasant period in our past relations and let us treat everything with an eye on the future."30 years have since passed, however, the future is yet to arrive in India, Tibet and China relations.

Chandrayaan-2 launched: India to become the 4th country in the world to land on the moon

India has successfully launched its second mission to the moon, the Chandrayaan-2.

Karnataka Political Crisis: Mayawati snubs Congress-JDS coalition, asks lone BSP MLA to abstain from trust vote tomorrow

There are reports that Mahesh, the BSP MLA, is all set to join the BJP after the trust vote citing lack of funds for his constituency’s development in the present Congress-JDS government.

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