Written by Romita Dutta, Associate Editor, her article on the Bengal election results, look far from seeming like an insightful analysis of the elections, the piece reads like a rabid anti-BJP activist’s polemical rant
The atrocious portrayal of Indian Air Force in movie Gunjan Saxena points to a larger social malaise in Indian media
For the journalists and Bollywood, Indian men and Indian society are irredeemably sexist. Any women who has succeeded in her life could have no support from her family.
Indian feminists claim to be fighting for women's rights. But in reality, their aim is to debase Indian society morally and spiritually. (by @AkshaySaraswa16)
Modi promised that achchhe din would arrive. But how could achchhe din arrive for the biggest Bollywood superstar (Salman Khan and not Rahul Gandhi) who is still waiting for a wife.
When Ravish Kumar claims that Indian news media is biased and needs to be boycotted, he may be inadvertently pointing to flaws of his own.
Among the many things that have transpired in India since the ascension of Narendra Modi to PM’s chair, one that has greatly affected news...
How committed certain sections of the Indian intelligentsia are to the idea of a weak India, perpetually suffering excesses without having recourse to any kind of aggressive response, became clear in the aftermath of these spectacular operations.