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 |  6-minute read
Kathua-Unnao rape, Theresa May, Modi in UK

The awkward moment when Modi faced hard home truths in London

After all, we are a nation that believes in not letting out 'ghar ki baat', forget 'Bharat ki Baat Sabke Saath'.


 |  5-minute read
Modi in UK, Media, Religious Intolerance

By shaming Modi internationally, we're putting India at great risk

Indian correspondents writing for foreign media are often inclined to write negative stories to make themselves more credible.


 |  4-minute read
Modi At Wembley, Modi in UK

Now is the right time to reclaim the Indian intellectual

The Left discourse has elbowed out the rich ecosystem, which was shunned as regressive and backward.


 |  Musings from afar  |  6-minute read
David Cameron, Modi in UK

Why Modi's UK visit has been a big success

The PM made it clear that he regards Britain as vital as India seeks to build its domestic economy.


 |  6-minute read
Indian media, Modi in UK

It is best for India if Modi travels more and more

In the foreseeable future, we may end up relying a lot more on foreign press to seek answers from our prime minister on our behalf.


 |  School of Thought  |  2-minute read
Modi At Wembley, Modi in UK

Blame our media for Modi shaming India in UK

The shame India experienced in London is thanks to his inexplicable silence back home.


 |  7-minute read
Wembley Speech, Modi in UK

British Left hates Modi: Why Guardian attacked him

It is, of course, not out of any solidarity with India's poor and suffering millions.

Narendra Modi, Modi in UK

[Hilarious] Prince Philip and Modi met and it was all very pleasant till...

Satirical memes on PM's UK visit.


 |  The Cynic  |  1-minute read
Intolerance, David Cameron, Modi in UK

Rat’s eye view of Modi's London visit

A Modified rhyme for TS Eliot fans and more.


 |  4-minute read
Modi in UK, ISIS, Narendra Modi, Hindu Taliban

Modi's India is not 'Hindu Taliban'

The culture of openness has been in the DNA of our country, so the Habibs and Kapoors don't need to bother about it this much.