Archives of OpIndia
A novel campaign to pay tribute to our soldiers
Report says that India has done very well by making key investments in women’s education.
A summary of major political developments that have taken place in the pollbound state.
A journey well started, but a long road ahead. Analysis of the World Bank's report.
Hilarious posters created by Congress workers Haseeb Ahmad and Shreesh Chandra Dubey.
Devendra Fadnavis facilitating a deal between Raj Thackeray and Karan Johar has to do with local politics.
Arvind Kejriwal retweeted three tweets aimed at Modi, but they pointed fingers back at himself.
Kejriwal trolled into embarrassment by Capt Amarinder Singh of Congress
Or was he targeted because he found out a wily campaign by the AIMPLB to retain the triple talaq practice?
The duplicity of Dharma Productions
Students fear that their careers are at risk due to excessive political and media focus on their school.
Has Barkha Dutt left or been removed from a company she founded with Shekhar Gupta?
Sexually explicit pictures of Varun Gandhi with a woman are doing the rounds on WhatsApp.
India plans to grant citizenship to persecuted minorities in neighbouring countries, and some think it's 'communal'.
A look at BJP's opposition and summing it up
A Chrome browser allows logged in Twitter users to see tweets of a person who had blocked the user.
There were incidents of communal violence in West Bengal, but media choose to black out the news.
There is logical as well as legal basis for providing security cover to Arnab Goswami.
Jealous journalists and trolls of political parties showed no concern for terror threat that Arnab Goswami reportedly faces.
Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri shares three experiences related to some recent incidents that left him thinking.
Kashyap's brain-fade on was slammed all over social media
It is shocking how our legal system could have such a man
A conference of ‘atheists’ was opposed by various political & religious groups, but The Hindu highlighted only ‘Hindutva’.
Pakistan is now openly calling to ally with Modi haters in India to weaken India on international front.
Uniform Civil Code takes away the rights of religious bodies, but not of religious people.
Many commentators put forward this argument when asked about issues like Uniform Civil Code. This is risky.
How the media and the society was fooled by a person’s imaginary story of victimhood.
Ramith, a BJP worker was killed in Kannur district of Kerala. His father too was killed by communists earlier.
The man divorced his wife in a drunken state and after beating her up, but the clerics upheld its validity.
Public announcement of the surgical strikes by the Indian Army and Government was part of a well thought of strategy.
A Summary of Ajit Doval's Lecture at Sastra University in February 2014.
Buckling under pressure, a nationalistic turn, or something else?
A new look at Rahul Gandhi
Rats fleeing the sinking ship?
If Indian Army decided to address all the concerns of so-called liberals and opposition leaders, this is how next strike will look like.
Kejriwal's demand of providing video proof of surgical strikes has been welcomed by Pakistanis.
A former soldier who served the Indian Army for 20 years gaining cross-functional experience, explains the issue involved.
Fact-Check: Did PM Modi ‘admit’ that surgical strikes were not carried out, as claimed by Pakistani propaganda?
Some "Indians" falling for Pakistani lies
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Are the Deaf Ears Listening ?
Documents show Jain may have a lot to answer
Na khaaonga na khaane doonga, set in action
The dawn of a new strategic era is upon us.
A storm might be brewing
The truth lies in the details