Several self-appointed spokespersons from the right-wing ecosystem took offense to Fadnavis' remarks, accusing it of being an attack on freedom of speech and a selective targeting of Hindutva supporters.' Fadnavis is unfazed and continues his war against those who deliberately insult national icons just for eyeballs.
While the BJP-RSS cadre works tirelessly on consolidating the Hindu vote, these online players, with limited expertise in the areas they discuss, continuously target OBC and Dalit icons, alienating them.
RJD supremo Lalu Yadav cheekily voiced his worries about Rahul Gandhi's "single status" amidst the presence of top leaders from the anti-BJP camp.
The core of this anxiety lies not so much in the fear of radicalization and terrorism but rather in the film's adept portrayal of the brainwashing and pressure tactics employed by organized Islamic groups and their facilitators.
Upon examining Dorsey's and Twitter's history with content manipulation, a different reality emerges, casting doubt on the sincerity of the ex-CEO's concerns about free speech.
During his speech, Kejriwal also narrated a story titled "Chuathi paas raja" with the intention of targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and his decisions like demonetization and Farm law.
Kejriwal has already rallied the support of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Stalin, Telangana CM K. Chandrashekar Rao, Sitaram Yechury, Secretary-General of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
With reckless speed, the Coromandel Express thundered through the station, triggering its derailment and causing the three-train collision
TMC MP Mahua Moitra’s recent comments have sparked controversy as she referred to Vikas Dubey, a notorious Indian criminal, as a “gentleman”. Dubey, a history-sheeter and gangster-turned-politician from Kanpur, was accused of heinous crimes, including the murder of eight police officers and a state minister. Dubey had a long criminal record, with prosecutors initiating the […]
Dejected twenty two year old Indian student Karan Kataria, who has become the latest casualty of widespread cancel culture, has said he feels suicidal after the prestigious London School of Economics sought to “counsel him” after disqualifying him last week from contesting student polls over charges that his temperament was too Islamophobic in the campus. […]