Satirist Ashwin S Kumar imagines himself as Sagarika Ghose, and writes what she would have written.
Moved my her efforts to keep her MLAs hostage, we decided to give her some more tips
A liberal of New Delhi explains what normal people with normal brains could not understand.
A passionate defence of Ram Guha’s merit and a report on latest developments. Satire.
An Adarsh Liberal columnist writes for an esteemed publication to uphold the principles of freedom.
The efforts and ideas behind resettling Kashmiri Hindus are not rooted in realities of today.
Making a point via cartoons
Modi should take lessons from him
Journalist turned author Nirwa Mehta shares her experience with book publishing.
Desperate times call for desperate measures? ;)
If Indian Army decided to address all the concerns of so-called liberals and opposition leaders, this is how next strike will look like.
A satire on caste narratives built by media these days
A satirical article defending the controversial Islamic preacher who is accused of supporting terrorism and fanning intolerance.
A brief account of my first RSS event, which changed my perception about RSS.
Congress should not be worried and instead take support from the overwhelming data
The scenes over RSS shorts
Its time for the Red Maoist Carpet
Adarsh Liberals have today filed a PIL in the Supreme Court demanding the national flag be declared a dangerous weapon.
Is it about women’s rights or taking away community rights?
I didn't expect that my interaction with a cab driver will leave an ever-lasting impact on me.
While the texts might have meant 33 Supreme Gods (including elements of nature and the abstract aspects of the self), they have been lost in translation and many Indians since then believe that Hinduism has 33 crore Gods.
The purpose of the lives of the Indian philosophers was the exploration of the eternal truth. And the eternal truth was not to be found in the world outside, but the world within.
An Adarsh Liberal laments the state of affairs in India under Modi.