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A technology worker, writer and poet, and a concerned Indian. Saket writes in Hindi and English. He writes on socio-political matters and routinely writes Hindi satire in print as well in leading newspaper like Jagaran. His Hindi Satire "Ganjhon Ki Goshthi" is on Amazon best-sellers. He has just finished translating the Autobiography of Legendary revolutionary Ram Prasad Bismil in English, to be soon released as "The Revolitionary".
After beef ban spin, media yet again trying to give spin as if Government were the petitioner behind the imposition playing National Anthem in movie-theaters.
A detailed response to Prof. Jeff Kingston for his Hinduphobic essay
Its a great misfortune of a nation when they almost disown the military and question its credibility.
AAP loosing MCD election is not the case of absence of love towards AAP, it is the case of abomination towards AAP.
Can Ram Mandir issue ever be sought-out out side the court?
First Beef Ban then Demonetization and now Congress is intending to create a communal angle around the appointment of the Army chief.
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All the founders of the US Constitution and even our own framers from the Constituent Assembly must be squirming in their graves, on what is playing out in the US.
महाराणा का जीवन वर्तमान का निकष है, उनका व्यक्तित्व स्वयं के मूल्यांकन-विश्लेषण का दर्पण है। क्या हम अपने गौरव, अपनी धरोहर, अपने अतीत को सहेज-सँभालकर रख पाए? क्या हम अपने महापुरुषों, उनके द्वारा स्थापित मानबिन्दुओं, जीवन-मूल्यों की रक्षा कर सके?
Are the demands made by protesting groups are justified or not? Who are participating in the protest? Are they really farmers? Who are the organizers?
her dead body was found roadside in an extremely horrible condition, the post-mortem reported that she was brutally gang-raped, sodomized, horribly tortured and cut into two halves using a mechanical saw while she was still alive.
Her claims have been busted, but she continues to peddle her agenda
Such brave souls of Bharat Mata who knows every minute of their life may become the last minute.
We talk about some parallels between two world leaders (Trump and Mrs. Gandhi) from the oldest and the largest democracies who chose power over people and had a very unfortunate and sad ending.