Archives of OpIndia
Modi is the man with the reverse Midas touch, anything he touches becomes bad.
Selfie with daughter sounds like a superficial fad, but it would be interesting to ponder upon its positive impacts
A picture says a thousand words, and for media, words which they cannot otherwise say.
Indian Express and NIA at loggerheads over report on Hindu Terror
Rahul Yadav and Times Group are in an interesting fight
Yoga could be India's chance to a "receiver" of students
Mubeen Masudi and his friends started "RISE" to uplift many poor and bright student in Kashmir
Lalit Modi has put BJP Government in quite a fix
On International Yoga day, India shares one of its greatest cultural and spiritual innovations with the world
Rajdeep and Sagarika got constant criticism on Social Media in the past few days
Make In India campaign is making all the right moves
Will the mainstream media get any fairer in the times of social media?
There are more deserving candidates than Gajendra Chauhan, but those who are raising the flag have their own agendas.
A Twitter user Swati Chaturvedi, who often uses vicious and abusive language, has filed an FIR against an anonymous slanderer calling himself Lutyens Insider.
Firstpost article hides facts to make the case against Smriti Irani look similar to that against Jitendra Tomar.
Indian Army has not only given a befitting reply to militants by crushing them, but it has also given a strong message to all kinds of insurgents.
A journalist was burnt alive in Uttar Pradesh, but celebrity journalists of Delhi chose not to shed a tear.
If initial signs are anything to go by, the "Make in India" campaign has begun with a bang. It is running at breakneck speed to attract more investments.
In a country where the word sex is considered as a taboo and character assassination is considered as a fatal war strategy, the word becomes a very powerful tool.
Journalist Mihir Sharma from Business Standard is not new to twisting facts, but this time he lied through his teeth.
Students of IIT Madras stood against hatred served in the name of freedom of expression, but the whole story was twisted as a political issue.
It is expected from politicians to speak lies and twist facts, but the inability of media to comprehend the legal niceties is really dismaying
Modi government has completed one year today. On this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reaching people and detailing them about the past, present and future of the Government
First Post editor G. Pramod Kumar misleads his audience by hiding facts and twisting stories
A humor piece in which some people are caught betting on Janata Parivar Merger
Twitter tells journalist Rajdeep Sardesai that he is not neutral. He should gracefully admit.
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.
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.
A youth in Mumbai is denied employment because of his religion. This is not the first time when public institutions have discriminated people based on their religion
Inspiring story of a 17-year-old girl who works as domestic help, supports a brother with cancer and scored 85 per cent in exams
Will Rahul Gandhi shift his ideology to the economic left or will he move to the economic right?
NDTV covers Jan Dhan Yojna based on rumors and absurd statistics and concludes that India must stick to medieval banking systems
If judged on a scale of 100, what would the Modi government score as of today?
After one year of Modi in power, let us revisit some of the enlightening opinions shared by his rivals before he won.
Indian MSM resorts to lying once again to defame Modi Government
Individuals are using mainstream media as a platform to inject fear-mongering and lies among minorities. This must be checked.
Everytime Modi is out for a foreign trip, social media is full of memes and jokes. Here are some more jokes!
Abhigyan Prakash criticized Modi for all the problems even without understanding the role of Center and State.
What did ex-cricket say when they came to know that Kevin Pietersen will not play for England this summer
Disclaimer: This post is (obviously) a spoof and not real.
NDTV editors continue to neglect preliminary investigations on Gajendra Singh's suicide case and make it a political tool
Sadhvi Prachi is promoted to the post of BJP MP every time she states a controversy
Rahul Gandhi is trying the same stunts every year expecting a different result
"Are IITians contributing as much it is expected from them?"
Indian Express fakes another story defaming Modi