Casteist professor who once said Twitter is ‘casteist’ for not verifying him now hails the new Twitter chief because he is a Baniya
After Dalit activists targeted new Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal assuming he is Brahmin, The Print columnist hails him because he is Baniya
‘Dalit thinker’ and ThePrint columnist attacks JNU professor for not knowing about pornstar Mia Khalifa
One is perplexed at Dilip Mandal's angst as he terms ignorance about Mia Khalifa as 'blasphemous and criminal'.
If 'Brahmin Bashing' was ever a sport, perhaps the 'liberal-secular' Shekhar Gupta and his ilks in the media would have won a medal
The Print today published an article by one Dilip Mandal, who was accused of spreading caste divide and discrimination by the students of Makhanlal University not so long ago
Creates caste divide, harasses upper caste students: Protest against The Print columnist Dilip Mandal erupt in Makhanlal University
Dilip Mandal had then urged people to trend ‘Brahmanvadi Twitter’ on the social media platform
Columnist with Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint bullies his way to ‘blue tick’ by accusing Twitter of being casteist, then demands the blue tick be taken...
After bullying Twitter into giving him blue tick and accusing it of being casteist while doing so, ThePrint columnist has urged Twitter to take it back