Tharoor has a juvenile piece in Express
Shashi Tharoor’s edit piece in Indian Express on Satur
The myth of opposition unity (file picture)
Indian Express ran a front page stor
KJ Alphons arguments go unheeded
There is a good reason to believe that mainstream English newspapers in India keep masses uneducated. Most of it stems from bias.
Indian temples are no less magnificent than a mausoleum, Taj Mahal
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Rajdeep Sardesai (left) and writer himself
I found myself blocked on twitter by Rajdeep Sardesai today.
Kapil Sibal: a classic case of pot calling the kettle black
Kapil Sibal, former telecom minister in the UPA government, in an
Ms Ghose, facts don't match up
An open letter to Sagarika Ghose
Let's know first what's History
My first instinct on reading this Times of India (29.1.2017) headline was that the likes of Romilla Thapar and Irfan Habib have been pressed into service by
Muruthal Gangrape: The story that never was
The kind of furore and din media created on “Murthal gangrape” during the Jat Stir in Haryana is beginning to unravel.
Janet Cooke of Washington Post: Fake Pulitzer story
A few days ago, Major Surendra Poonia made an angry tweet: “Yesterday one TOI (Times