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People rally behind Akshay Patra, donate generously after malicious ‘activists’ declared war against the organisation

Several people donated to Akshaya Patra generously and responded with their confirmation receipt.

It is not the sole responsibility of the ‘right’ or the ‘left’ to criticise Modi, it is just the time to discuss, debate and improve

Over the course of last 5 years, I’ve come to a conclusion that labels such as political, cultural or economic right (or the left) are too restrictive, and often, an oversimplification of the diverse set of ideas that an individual may represent.

The quest for Bhartiya Asmita and the war against imperialist narrative

The imperial narrative and the imperial hegemony are inseparable. For the colonialist hungry for regime changes, it is essential to establish a 'supremacist' and 'saviour' narrative.

Left has failed, but the ‘Right’ does not understand Modi as well

With the left looking irrelevant, the right needs to get its act together.

Mani Shankar Aiyar justifies his ‘neech aadmi’ comment, BJP supporters ‘welcome back’ their lucky charm

Mani Shankar Aiyar is prone to putting his foot in his mouth when it comes to scoring self-goal by making controversial statements

Deoria: Mob attacks Dalit villagers, damage Ambedkar statue after they opposed molestation of Dalit girl by Rehmat Ali

 The Dalit victims have alleged that they had informed the police after the first incident of the break-in and molestation attempt by Rehmat Ali. But the local police did not pursue the issue.

Akshay Kumar puts an end to speculations, denies rumours of contesting elections

Akshay Kumar's cryptic tweet earlier today raised wild speculations that he may contest the ongoing Lok Sabha elections

How Caravan and Congress’ attempts to create ‘bribegate’ before 2019 election fell flat

The 'bribegate' that Congress and The Caravan tried to cried falls flat on its face on several counts. 

Parliamentary Panel summons Twitter India officials to explain allegations of anti right wing bias

Twitter has been accused of silencing right wing voices by either blocking them or shadow banning them, thereby limiting their reach.

Silent protests held at Delhi against Twitter’s left-wing bias and deliberate silencing of opposite ideology

An organisation named Youth for Social Media Democracy (YSMD), which has a right-of-centre ideological leaning conducted a silent protest from Delhi's Saket to Lado Sarai where the regional office of Twitter is situated.

Javed Akhtar defends Ram Guha after his hypocrisy gets exposed, turns out, he is the biggest hypocrite of them all

Javed Akhtar launches a personal attack on a Twitter user, gets exposed for his own hypocrisy.

Twitter locks account of True Indology as it exposed NDTV’s distorted claims of communal harmony in Jammu and Kashmir

Questioning the so-called Hindu-Muslim harmony in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, True Indology said that one-dimensional harmony of Hindus towards Muslims meant ethnic cleansing.

Kapil Sibal, who wants sedition law scraped, never shied away from implementing it when UPA was in power

Interesting that during the ten years of UPA, no Union law minister, including Sibal, thought of abolishing sedition law.

Amidst Rafale row, PAC led by Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge slams HAL, questions efficiency

In 2015 Dassault had also expressed its inhibition in partnering with HAL, flagging its concern about the companies technical inadequacies

Madhya Pradesh: Twitterati showers praises at Shivraj Singh Chouhan as he gracefully concedes defeat

The BJP stalwart, Shivraj Singh Chouhan took the sole responsibility for the BJP’s defeat in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections.

Twitter informs critics of radical Islam that they have broken Pakistani laws

Australian Muslim scholar Imam Tawhidi and Ensaf Haider, wife of jailed Saudi dissident Raif Badawi received notices from Twitter

Journalist Shujaat Bukhari’s killer among 6 terrorists shot dead by security forces in Anantnag encounter

The LeT commander Azad Ahmad Malik who has been shot down during the operation was involved in the assassination of Kashmiri Journalist Syed Shujaat Bukhari in Srinagar.

Organisers postpone TM Krishna’s New Delhi concert, the event had faced backlash for Krishna’s Hinduphobia and bigotry

Several members raised their objection against using public money to hold music shows involving TM Krishna, who allegedly holds objectionable views about India, its culture and art forms

Defence analyst Abhijit Iyer Mitra’s bail application rejected for the second time

On October 24, the Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Police arrested him in connection with a criminal case filed for his tweets in 2017

As Rajdeep Sardesai completes 30 illustrious years in journalism, here is a walk down memory lane

Rajdeep Sardesai has an unmatchable reputation in the Indian Journalism Arena.

Rajdeep Sardesai: The great Indian tweet thief

Sardesai's tweets are too similar to tweets posted by many popular Twitter users.

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Mangalore gears up for first ever literary festival

Organised and planned by Mangaluru Literary Foundation, the running theme of the maiden edition is "Idea of Bharat"
SC denied bail to Abhijit Iyer Mitra

Supreme Court denies bail to Abhijit Iyer Mitra, says ‘safest place for him to be is jail’

3-judge bench led by CJI Gogoi stated that Iyer Mitra cannot be granted bail as his comments have incited religious feelings.

Rafale deal: Even during the UPA era, Dassault did not want to partner with HAL

Not to put down achievements of HAL, but perhaps it was not ready for Rafale.

Rafale deal didn’t go through in the UPA era as ‘kickback’ demands were not met?

As of now, it appears that the allegations of a scam by either side are merely political rhetoric

It is time that our politicians stop defiling and trampling over India’s Non-Negotiables

There is more to life than the game of Oppression Olympics and Victimology Poker

A not so sacred Saint: The other side of the most revered missionaries, Mother Teresa

'Mother Teresa was not a friend of the poor. She was a friend of poverty.'

My debate with a Leftist friend over demands to cancel Pondy Lit fest

Those who like to speak the truth, don't have stomach to hear it.

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