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Abhishek Banerjee

Abhishek Banerjee is a math lover who may or may not be an Associate Professor at IISc Bangalore. He is the author of Operation Johar - A Love Story, a novel on the pain of left wing terror in Jharkhand, available on Amazon here.  

Did Catch News outsource its take on 3 years of Modi sarkar to the Congress social media team?

The article published on the so-called news website did not disclose enough, or maybe disclosed too much.

Is there a JNU scam? The question nobody asks

Someone at JNU needs to go behind bars, but not for celebrity crimes like sedition. Perhaps someone at JNU needs to go behind bars for corruption.

Is the Economic Times on a mission to rescue Rahul Gandhi?

I have a feeling that if ET continues down this path, they will soon be the most trolled newspaper in India. Jokes will circulate on every Whatsapp group about ET’s imbecilic antics and credentials.

Pope sentences child molesters to a “lifetime of prayer”

Pope Francis said to be applying his vision of a 'merciful church' to sex offenders.

Meet the “Alt Math”: GDP numbers and The Telegraph’s war on subtraction

How the Telegraph failed basic subtraction in its despair to run down India's GDP numbers.

Do FB shares prove that media propaganda against ABVP is getting filtered out?

Every news outlet told us that Gurmehar's post has gone "viral". Every liberal on Twitter said so. But how "viral" was her post really? It got 3000 shares. A counterview on Opindia got 24000 shares. Whats happening?

Mangalore under lockdown as Sangh protests Communist Kerala CM

Congress government has imposed Section 144, locked free speech inside a box and thrown away the key. Pass me the remote so that I can watch another debate on Ramjas.

Simple reasons why BJP should win the BMC polls

Political prediction is a matter of simple thumb rules. And if you apply these rules to the BMC polls, it comes out that the BJP should canter to an easy win.

Why does NYT lionize Middle Eastern refugees but belittle ISRO?

Indians are different. They don’t behave like children. We want to play with the big boys and with the big toys. We want to make rockets that reach distant worlds.

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