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Who is an ‘intellectual’ and why is he so frustrated

The desire for asymmetrical treatment though sits uneasily with their desire to speak for the subaltern, is not external to intellectual labour but is deeply embedded in it.

Intellectuals against Citizenship Amendment Act: The art of lying and use of muscle power

Intellectuals refuse to accept that the anti-CAA protests have been hijacked by Islamists and anti-national forces

All it will take is one pro-Modi comment for the ‘liberals’ to hunt you down to bully, mock and ridicule you for not agreeing...

You are, in all probability one pro-Modi comment away from being ridiculed, bullied and even made an outcast just because you do not conform to their views. 

Under-achiever Bhayanak Sen writes to PM Modi, talks about rising ‘achiever-thought-terrorism’

Referring to oneself as 'intellectual' does not make one 'intelligent' and above criticism.

Narendra Modi, media and the myth of BJP’s ‘hate politics’: Sordid saga of the ‘elite’ who miss Congress’ gravy train deceiving the masses

On the 1st of April, this year about 200 Lutyens’ celebrity writers published an open letter appealing to the people of India to “vote out hate politics, in other words, vote out PM Modi

After Twitter’s ‘caste’ row, Manish Tewari says Brahmins should accept their fate as Jews did

Manish Tewari tweeted that 'Anti-Brahminism' is the reality of Indian politics.

The Nazi-like Anti-Brahmin propaganda in some sections of Tamil literature

Anti-Brahmin bigotry is quite acceptable in Indian intellectual circles.

Arun Jaitley slams ‘Jehadis, Maoists, their intellectual counterparts and Human Right Organisations that espouse separatism’

The Maoist sponsored human rights organisations only espouse the cause of separatism and violence, he wrote

The inexplicable ‘liberal’ obsession with identity

The moment you take away their ability to insult with pejoratives, they don't have a word to say. That is when you win!

Research Scholar slams the western media and academia for its bias against Indian ‘rightwing’

He also criticized 'Indian thought leaders' who create a false image about India in the West.

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The ‘Revolutionary Poet’ and the ‘Great Scholar’: Behind the veils of the Dravidian Delusion

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Tension in UP village after Lord Shiva Idol found vandalised by unknown miscreants during Shravan Mela

An idol of Lord Shiva was found vandalised by unknown miscreants in a Shiva Mandir in Sheikhpura Kabiruddinpur village in UP

The curious case of Laila Tyabji’s epic meltdown, the ‘personal saree shopper’ of Sonia Gandhi

On the eve of #NationalHandloomDay on 7th August, founder of Dastkar and textiles Prima Donna Laila Tyabji chose to rant about this govt’s decision of scrapping of the Handloom Board

Does Rajdeep Sardesai think that untimely death of Sushant Singh Rajput doesn’t deserve attention because he was not a “very big star”? Seems so

Calling the investigation into death of Sushant Singh Rajput a 'circus', Rajdeep Sardesai went on to claim that the issue has now turned out to be another feud between Mumbai Police and Bihar Police.

Supreme Court Registry officials face action for ‘wrongful’ listing of Prashant Bhushan’s plea bypassing Justice Arun Mishra’s bench, listing deleted

Prashant Bhushan plea against contempt court law was listed before justices Chandrachud & Joseph violating Supreme Court guidelines

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