Media against Narendra Modi
Modi is known to hold grudges for intellectuals. And Karan Thapar is the top intellectual.
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...
Narendra Modi and Rajiv Gandhi both are not what they are made out to be by the Lutyens media and the opposition. And you just need basic common sense to see that.
The Corrupt are nervous and feeling the heat. The CONs have further sunk in a hole along with their appeasement politics. All was fine for them till one tea seller smashed their Darbar to bits.
Be watchful! You may get rejected in Bollywood if you support Narendra Modi.
Assaduddin Owaisi’s threatens Indians to convert them into Islam by any means: Again misses out media outrage
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Owaisi threats yet again to convert every Indian into Islam by slitting the throat if required.
While BJP has put its blood and sweat for North East elections, Media simply calls it a miracle.
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.
The Indian judiciary appears to lose all semblance of nuance so soon as the word, “minority” appears. This is yet another problem in the Hollow Republic of India — and I use that term after prodigious consideration.
आज भारत विश्व में अपनी नई पहचान के साथ आगे बढ़ रहा है। वो भारत जो कल तक गाँधी का भारत था जिसकी पहचान उसकी सहनशीलता थी, आज मोदी का भारत है जो खुद पहल करता नहीं, किसी को छेड़ता नहीं लेकिन अगर कोई उसे छेड़े तो छोड़ता भी नहीं।
New policies of Modi govt for farmers is for their betterment. However, as always, the opposition just does not want the farmers to be better.
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.
A clear vision of the Digital India program has stimulated the efficiency of digital service delivery by ensuring development at the grassroots level via the formulation of 796 digital villages and more than 3.6 lakh functional common services centers offering digital access points for the delivery of essential public utility services