Paraphrasing what I once read somewhere about Journalism: If person A says that it’s raining outside and person B says that it’s dry, journalists’ job is not to report both the statements. Their job is to look out the fucking window and find out who is lying, and report. Your fucking job is to be focusing … Continue reading Beware of this Lutyens Cabal!
I would like to share a story, the story of a solitary dining table. An empty 'Table for One' is placed at the Cadets Mess near the entrance at the National Defence Academy (NDA) at Khadakwasla. It is laid out for a solitary diner with complete crockery and cutlery. Whom is this placed for? Why … Continue reading A ‘Table for One’
Bishop of Jalandhar, Franco Mulakkal, who has been accused by a nun from Kerala of raping her on multiple occasions between 2014 and 2016, has also been accused by at least three other nuns who claim that he took advantage of his position within the diocese and approached them with malicious intentions. An investigation is … Continue reading No shortage of hypocrites in God’s own country!
The devastating Kerala floods that led to the deaths of over 350 people and the displacement of over 3 lakh others. As the operations to rescue those stranded in rain-ravaged areas near completion, the focus has shifted on cleaning and rehabilitation. The Army, Navy and Air Force are continuing concerted efforts to help the state … Continue reading The Victimhood Narrative around Natural Calamity – The Kerala Style
What Is Rafale Deal Controversy? In September 2016, India signed an inter-governmental agreement with France, called the "Rafale deal", in which India bought 36 off-the-shelf Dassault Rafale twin-engine fighters for a price estimated to be Rs. 59,000 crore or 7.8 billion Euros. The failure of communications on the part of the Modi government aside, it is astonishing … Continue reading Decoding the India-France G2G Rafale Deal:
In an unprecedented move, top four judges of Supreme Court, Justice J. Chelameswar, Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Madan Lokur AND Justice Kurien Joseph addressed the media making public their differences with the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Mishra, accusing the CJI of assigning cases to benches of his preference. A highly unusual and utterly sad … Continue reading Award Wapsi – Episode 3
In a frivolous PIL filed in the Supreme Court by some demented idiot, the petitioner argues that the morning prayer of Kendriya Vidyalaya is in violation of the constitution and "impedes nurturing of reasoning and scientific temper among impressionable young minds". No, that's not a joke. The joke is, that instead of trouncing the petitioner … Continue reading Justice may be delayed or denied but must diss everything that is even remotely Hindu.
To start with, I must confess that I knew nothing about Gauri Lankesh till I heard the news of her brutal murder and the outrage that followed. I knew nothing about her ideology, her politics or her connections. I know that she is killed and hope and pray that the investigation is swift and her … Continue reading 21 Gun Salute for the Mahatma Gauri Lankesh – In pictures.
Today is the twenty-seventh death anniversary of former Prime Minister of India, Bharat Ratna Rajiv Gandhi. The majority of those who would read this would have shed a tear for Rajiv Gandhi in 1991, on this day. “If Central government releases one rupee for the poor, only 10 paisa reaches them.” - This tells about … Continue reading Remembering Rajiv Gandhi – Was he the worst PM of India?
An amicable, out-of-court settlement over the Ram Temple issue was a better course of action, said a bench of Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul claiming it is a sensitive and sentimental issue and it's best that it is settled amicably. This was in response to BJP leader Subramanian … Continue reading Ram Mandir at Ayodhya is inevitable! How? … time will tell.