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Arundhati Roy

The god of subtle propaganda; Booker Prize winning author Arundhati Roy

undhati Roy was the name I found myself staring at. My hand as if out of my control, just rose on its own and grabbed the book: Capitalism, a ghost story.

Supreme Court needs to rise above this

It was quite unnecessary for the Supreme Court to have initiated contempt proceedings against Prashant Bhushan, the senior lawyer before the apex court for his allegedly ‘scandalous tweets”.

Fake news in the time of Corona

'When you wrestle with a swine, the swine enjoys it and you are the one getting dirty', old social media jungle saying holds true...

The Kashmir obsession and nuclear bogey: An open letter to Arundhati Roy

It seems Ms. Roy is hell bent upon reminding the world that how India should not act against terrorism and accept its fate as the perpetrators have nuclear arms.

Antics of Prashant Bhushan and Arundhati Roy, defamatory lies and support to criminals

Earlier 2002 culprits and now Naxalites: Prashant Bhushan's job remains anti-national.

Fifty years of Naxalbari and the threat of urban naxals

Naxal threat is no longer limited to rural India. They are sitting into the AC cabins and also shaking hands with Jihadis.

Sanjiv Bhatt said he wanted to be tied on Army jeep in front of Arundhati. Here’s how Twitter reacted

Sanjiv Bhatt gets some befitting reactions on Twitter over his sympathetic stand on Kashmiri stone pelters.

Why Major Gogoi did absolutely a right thing

Major Gogoi's unusual yet non-violent way to tackle stone-pelters in Kashmir

Arundhati Roy, Paresh Rawal and India: My take on Arundhati Roy

Two Indians give their opinion on Kashmir: One is cheered and another is abused by liberals.

Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants

To expose our liberals' views in the sunlight (which even keeps venomous snakes away) will only help in awakening our asleep citizens and begin the process of disinfection.

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