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Corruption
Hindutva
Media
Politics & Political Commentary

Cobrapost Press Release: Operation 136: Part II

This post is republished in public interest from the Cobrapost website, which appears to be having trouble. Cobrapost exposes more than two dozen media houses, including some prima donnas of India’s holy Fourth Estate, where they all show their underbelly in its most visceral form. New Delhi: In the second part of Operation 136, Cobrapost […]

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Portrait of Gauri Lankesh by the students of Arts and Crafts College, Patna
Hindutva
Politics & Political Commentary
Radicalization

Dweshbhakts want you to unsee #GauriLankeshMurder

  Gauri Lankesh was murdered She was a target of Hindutva forces. She had spoken about this before. Yet, supporters of the government would like us to believe anything except the obvious suspects could be responsible. Let us say it loud and clear. Hindu terror units killed Gauri Lankesh. She opposed the RSS, the BJP […]

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Hindutva
Politics & Political Commentary

The rise of Hindu supremacists – what is a legitimate citizen?

Big moral question these days, this business of who a legitimate citizen of India is. As fate would have it, as the super-Hindu government fucks up over and over, Muslims are among those who shine. Given the kind of publicity they get, one would imagine that Muslims are the sole saviors of India – almost […]

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Evening prayers at Har-Ki-Pairi Ghat in Haridwar
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national integration
Radicalization
Religion and Phiosophy

Hindus Are Not Victims And They Had Better Know It

Why is it becoming more and more uncomfortable to live within one’s own country, among people that we took for granted shared our view of the world? 2014 marked the year in which family and friends turned into aliens and opponents. Conversations invariably broke down at the point where Narendra Modi was seen as the […]

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Politics & Political Commentary

Wake up. It’s Propaganda – the A to Z of it

A guest post by Hari Prasad on the propaganda prevailing in India, the nature of it and the implications it has for the country and its ability to understand its government. India. It was May, 26th 2014. There was a coronation in front of an historic building to an undisputed emperor of the purportedly new […]

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