Abusing Hanuman: Where’s the leash to deter the barking Netflix

Ashish Shukla

9th June 2020
I once heard Salman Rushdie say: “I might be indifferent to religion but if it acts as a balm to billions, who am I to quarrel with.” This is a perfect...

State and Indian media: The gloves are off; Where are the arbiters?

Ashish Shukla

16th May 2020
I am in the middle of writing a book on World History where I show strands vastly different to the narrative we have been fed through newspapers and academia. My compass...

Modi exposes the double standards of his opponents

Newsbred Staff

8th March 2020
Prime minister Narendra Modi made some important points in the Economic Times Global Business Summit this week which are worth recounting for unfortunate readers of our...

Why history won’t forgive Modi if he buckles under now

Ashish Shukla

6th March 2020
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi could sense a long road ahead. He is under attack from all corners, both at home and abroad. From civil rights activists to media;...

Supreme Court could leave the dissenting states red-faced on Citizenship Act

Ashish Shukla

21th January 2020
India’s Supreme Court is likely to crack the whip on Wednesday on a few dissenting states who have raised the banner of revolt against the Centre and are looking to...

Modi and his eerie silence: Rivals are digging up their own grave

Ashish Shukla

10th January 2020
I am a little intrigued by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s prolonged silence since protests and strikes filled our newspapers from headmast to imprint line even...

Rafale: So they found “Shastra Puja” a Hindutva act

Ashish Shukla

9th October 2019
The first of 36 Rafale jets of the first batch was acquired on Tuesday. It was a seminal day, not just because India acquired a massive defence shield but also since it...

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