The early trends for the Indian general elections in 2024 came out as soon as Mr. Gandhi completed his 64-65 minutes AICC Virtual Media Briefing on Coronavirus Pandemic. At the time when Indian National Congress, India's oldest party is still busy grooming up its youth icon, the Gandhi-scion; BJP is looking forward for a 350+ … Continue reading Is Rahul Gandhi laying a foundation for Congress Mukt Bharat?
As the stature and importance of India is growing steadily in this highly competitive world, the stature and significance of Indian Mainstream Media is diminishing at an exponential rate. The way Coronavirus pandemic has been reported by the Mainstream Media in India, suggests that they: have confined themselves to be a political mouthpiece of some … Continue reading Exploiting Indians studying abroad in the name of Covid-19
The world has come to a staggering halt, countries have sealed their borders, factories are shut, events are cancelled and much more. Not only has the Coronavirus Pandemic exposed how fragile we have become, but also our arrogance. We still think the lifestyle we so proudly boast about has no role to play in these … Continue reading Covid-19 Outbreak exposes prevailing Hinduphobia
Last week I came up with two articles regarding Coronavirus outbreak, they both fall in the category that raises questions on the way the pandemic has been exaggerated and used by various groups for their own benefits. Both the articles were either not approved to be made visible or were removed from the various platforms … Continue reading Coronavirus isn’t a threat to humanity; China is!!!
The Coronavirus pandemic is going to go down the history lane as one of the biggest, a multi-trillion dollar scam, mankind has ever witnessed. Not only this, the pandemic now has opened new ways for research and innovation oriented governments to induce major disruptions and economic recessions as per their will. How? SARS-COV-2 the virus … Continue reading All in the name of Coronavirus
Coronavirus infected people might not show the symptoms, but the recently elected Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi has already started showing the exact same symptoms that the party was showing last time when it won the elections in Delhi in 2015 or in 2013; instead of focusing on its own state but crying foul on … Continue reading AAP’s no-NRC resolution & a new narrative