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Now it’s this “Seeker” fraud being hoisted on us on Covid-19 origins. Know why!

Panchmukha

6th June 2021
Your newspapers are full of one “Seeker” on Covid-19 origin theory, an Indian-this-Indian-that entity. It’s such a fraud, such a big fraud. They are...

No one cries for Mahadalits now as in Hathras: Is it because it hurts “Muslim-Dalit Unity” narrative?

Ashish Shukla

29th May 2021
50 houses of Mahadalits, who in the caste heirarchy are viewed lower than Dalits, were burnt down by an Islamist-Jihadi mob in Niyamatpur Majhwa village of Bihar’s...

In looking to float an Indian-BBC, Modi could have his finest hour yet

Ashish Shukla

20th May 2021
It would appear that the Modi government has realized that the crisis in journalism is crisis for Indian democracy. Thus they have plans for international...

India in British Parliament: Times of India has a lot to answer

Ashish Shukla

14th January 2021
Times of India has a lot to answer its discerning readers on a front-page story which, for want of a better word, appears part of an agenda if not a plant. 

Why some “rapes” are by “upper-caste” and others only by “men” if accused are Muslims?

Bhumika Arora

8th October 2020
A young girl from Hathras dies after a violent attack on which the jury is still out if it was a rape. A similar case occurs in another Uttar Pradesh district, Balrampur,...

Rare edition of Shakespeare’s last play discovered in a Spain’s college

Newsbred Staff

28th September 2020
A rare edition of “The Two Noble Kinsmen”, the last play of William Shakespeare from 1634, was found in “Real Colegio de Escoceses” which is based...

Who, what and how is Indian Express? A world beyond Ramnath Goenka

Veeresh Malik

11th August 2020
Jimmy Lai's arrest in Hong Kong is an attack on free speech if you read the Anglo-Saxon media. 

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