Thousands of Phantom Votes Suspected Across Lok Sabha Seats in Bihar, UP, Delhi, MP

Source: By Chandan Nandy, Kashif Kakvi New Delhi: In several Lok Sabha constituencies in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh, thousands of votes were recorded to have been counted in excess of... Read more »

Now, top Gujarat “litterateur” close to Modi says: Godse was patriot, so was Gandhi

Source: By Rajiv Shah A little over a week after Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized BJP candidate from Bhopal Pragya Thakur for calling Nathuram Godse a patriot saying he would never forgive her... Read more »

Do not lose hope, Indian Muslims!

Source: By Abu Osama When I am writing this letter, the obituary has already been written of all the political parties held up against the far-right Hindu nationalist party- BJP, but I... Read more »

A retired civil servant’s tireless quest to preserve rural heritage

BY VISHAV  New Delhi, May 26 (IANS) Even after giving almost 40 years of his life to government service, retired civil servant S.K. Misra felt his work was still not complete. The former... Read more »

Modi’s Himalayan warning: A surgical strike now on greenhouse gases?

BY RAJENDRA SHENDE  Prime Minister Narendra Modis visit to Kedarnath temple and his meditation at 12,000 ft above sea level in the Garhwal Himalayas was an extraordinary event. It will probably go... Read more »

Why just blame EVM? Why not probe if non-political Left, Bahujans can ally?

Source: By Vidya Bhushan Rawat India has ultimately ‘decided’ as what kind of government we want. Our first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru truly lost today as Narendra Modi was actually fighting... Read more »

His works exposed oppression in society, he wrote against bigotry, fundamentalism, caste

Source: By Sheshu Babu ‘I sing the song  Of equality: In my view gender difference  is essentially a triviality. Everything that is great in the world, all the works, beneficial and... Read more »

How Pulwama has caught the imagination of newgen

New Delhi, May 22 (IANS) After muscling out the Hurriyat hawks in the bullpen called Kashmir Valley, the Islamic State propelling local youth to turn rogue has formalised a new dangerous strategic imperative,... Read more »

What Research Reveals About the Impact of Media on Voter Behaviour

Source: By Vidita Priyadarshini, Shagun Sabarwal The 2019 Lok Sabha elections are on track to be the costliest general election by advertising spends–spending by political parties is projected to surge 73% above the 2014... Read more »

Can east, south offset BJP deficit?

BY JAYANTA GHOSAL  The biggest test for India’s largest democracy is going to end in the Lok Sabha elections. The whole country’s focus is on West Bengal elections in the last phase.... Read more »

Assam against itself: A response to Sanjib Baruah

Source: By Suraj Gogoi In response to Professor SanjibBaruah‘s article ‘Stateless in Assam‘ which discussed a new focus on detention camps for ‘stateless citizens’, SurajGogoi, Gorky Chakraborty and Parag JyotiSaikia reflect on the implications of reducing people to... Read more »

2019 general election: The Turning Point

BY RAHUL VATSA  The ongoing 2019 general election is one of the most closely contested general elections in Indias parliamentary history of India. It also has one of the most widely spread... Read more »

How Modi’s biggest achievement was turning citizens on each other

Source: By Kartik Dayanand Boddapatti In a Facebook post, a citizen dismantles the myth around PM Modi and the aftermath of his election in 2014. “Modi is an imposter who hijacked our... Read more »

Parliamentary polls establish national identity, right to equality

BY D.C. PATHAK The Lok Sabha election of 2019 generated a lot of sparks and fury by way of personal attacks, recourse to undignified language and abandoning of the political narrative for... Read more »

Followers And The Leader

Source: By Pratap Antony Some folks who were considered fairly intelligent, have fallen under the spell of a man. According to his fervent fans he is much more. He is a politician... Read more »

The Undercurrent is Actually an Earthquake, against the BJP in UP

Source: By Nagendra Nag After five phases, we believe we have understood the nature of the so-called undercurrent against the BJP in Uttar Pradesh. We think it’s time to call it what... Read more »

Does the national security of BJP in their Sankalp for Lok Sabha 2019 stand to be compromised by someone like of the Sadhvi?

Source: By Dr A K Biswas “In Hinduism, conscience, reason and independent thinking have no scope for development…. If Hindu Raj does become a fact, it will, no doubt be the greatest... Read more »

Use that Button Wisely against the Lies & Venom of the Ruling Establishment

Source:  By Laila Tyabji “Use that Button Wisely”, says Laila Tyabjee, crafts activist, designer and social activist, based in Delhi. She has made a sharp and evocative appeal to the Delhi electorate through a facebook... Read more »

AAP’s Atishi being shamelessly attacked, but why was Vishwas’ “sexist” view ignored?

Source: By Nandini Oza The recent abusive-sexist attack on Atishi, Aam Admi Party (AAP) Lok Sabha candidate for the parliamentary elections, 2019, is most deplorable. I condemn the same in strongest... Read more »

Terror Trail-V: The politics of abduction in Kashmir

New Delhi, May 11 (IANS) Considering the threat percept to India’s crown jewel – Jammu & Kashmir – India’s deep state knows its intensity and while it has developed responses, how does one... Read more »