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Kejriwal releases CCTV image of a masked Modi spreading smoke across Delhi

Desperate times call for desperate measures? ;)

This is how a politically correct surgical strike will be carried out by Indian Army

If Indian Army decided to address all the concerns of so-called liberals and opposition leaders, this is how next strike will look like.

Media Olympig(c)s – Gold Rush for India

Medals from unexpected quarters

Documents reveal that Indians wanted to know Armstrong’s caste after moon landing

A satire on caste narratives built by media these days

A true fan and follower of Zakir Naik writes to defend the Islamic preacher

A satirical article defending the controversial Islamic preacher who is accused of supporting terrorism and fanning intolerance.

My first visit to an RSS event changed my perception about RSS

A brief account of my first RSS event, which changed my perception about RSS.

Ignore the media, Congress and Rahul Gandhi have nothing to worry post Verdict 2016

Congress should not be worried and instead take support from the overwhelming data

World Book Day – Five Books To Read

This world book day, treat yourself with these books

The Indian media ‘Fauxars’ – Awards recognising Faux news

Its time for the Red Maoist Carpet

‘Liberals’ demand National Flag be declared a dangerous weapon; file PIL in Supreme Court

Adarsh Liberals have today filed a PIL in the Supreme Court demanding the national flag be declared a dangerous weapon.

India in the Secular Era

A satirical take on the future which may India may see

The hidden beauty within the Indian Constitution

Hidden gems from our Constitution

Right to worship: The good, the bad, and the ugly aspects of the ‘debate’

Is it about women’s rights or taking away community rights?

This driver saw an accident, and he did what most of us won’t

I didn't expect that my interaction with a cab driver will leave an ever-lasting impact on me.

Series | Decoding Indian Belief Systems: Does Hinduism believe in one God or 33 crore Gods?

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.

An appraisal discussion amid growing intolerance

A satirical appraisal of Intolerance in India

Series | Decoding Indian Belief Systems: Is this world just a dream?

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.

Intolerance in Modi’s India: Reading an Adarsh Liberal’s mind

An Adarsh Liberal laments the state of affairs in India under Modi.

Series | Decoding Indian Belief Systems: Circle versus Line

The major difference between the Western and the Eastern thought is on how they view life: as a line or as a circle

Arvind Kejriwal explains why Delhi is best suited for FTII

A satirical take on how Delhi would be ideal for FTII and Vice versa

How media reacted when AAP put up Kejriwal’s name during Independence Day

Fake pictures showing reactions that mainstream media would've had when they saw Kejriwal's name during Independence Day celebrations.

Meet Gaurang Damani – a socially conscious Mumbaikar who initiated King’s Circle station cleaning

Gaurang Damani - an Electronics engineer from Mumbai - has taken up Swachchh Bharat Abhiyan very effectively.

Memories of Kargil war from my School Diary

For your tomorrow, we gave our today -

The Monkey and the Cats – A fable Revisited for Social Media and Media

Will the mainstream media get any fairer in the times of social media?

5 people caught for betting on Janata Parivar Merger

A humor piece in which some people are caught betting on Janata Parivar Merger

Meet Temsutula Imsong – a lady who is fueling life in old and dirty Ghats of Varanasi

Temsutula Imsong decided to take up the task of cleaning Prabhu Ghat, one of the filthiest ghats in Varanasi. Her extraordinary journey is inspiring many people.

What do Modi Haters see when they come across photos of his international trips

Everytime Modi is out for a foreign trip, social media is full of memes and jokes. Here are some more jokes!

How Indian mainstream media reported #SalmanVerdict

A satire piece to show how media could have covered Salman's case judgement

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