Yet another person realizes that he must speak up, or Modi will bring down the whole world. Read for world peace.
A satirical report about BMC's problems with an RJ who came up with a parody song.
Pop historian Ram Guha has expressed his desire to see Nitish Kumar as the Congress President
A calamity of the highest order has hit the man named Venky Nayadu.
Rahul Gandhi had said that he’d read Gita to take on RSS. Read how his study plan shaped up.
An AAP volunteer, still traumatized by the sense of loss, was staring at empty space in the sky.
Sagarika Ghose had asked for a 'Manifesto for a liberal Hindu', here it is. Adopt it and spread it.
April 23 is celebrated as the World Book Day and here are some suggestions for reading
It is about the Kejriwal and it is not about Kejriwal
Now that BJP has got 4 MLAs in the Delhi assembly, what all does it change? Not so seriously.
People with utter disregard of the law and questionable moral ethics would be the preferred passengers
If someone blocks you on Twitter, you can’t interact with him further. But this new feature changes that.
He asked his brother to surrender before the police by 31st April, failing which he will blacken his TV screen.
This is an article from the future. What the media might (love to) report tomorrow.
We speculate how the media would start portraying UP now that the BJP is in power
A short account of what happened when the Prime Minister addressed the nation.
Media will finally face the wrath of the government.
Barkha Dutt has fiercely defended her reporting during the Kargil war, but a book suggests that army was concerned.
Holi must be banned as soon as possible
Its time for the Red Maoist Carpet
A handbook to help a self-declared ‘liberal’ person on appropriate reactions after UP election results are announced.
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.