They may not be directly sponsored or conceived by the party, but read why such narratives help the Congress.
Maharashtra has become the first state to pass a special law that aims to protect journalists from attacks.
During 2009-2014, Manmohan Singh presided over a regime that saw scams of all hues and proportions. As a Prime Minister, he didn’t act promptly to stop these scams, and in fact is accused of helping in some cases. What we saw under his tenure is described best by a term he himself coined – organised loot and plunder.
While the loot largely happened during the second term, Manmohan Singh undermined the dignity and constitutionality of the office of the Prime Minister for full ten years where the PMO was reduced to executing orders of NAC under Sonia Gandhi – something that is corroborated by the PMO files. Continue readingOutrage over ‘raincoat’ comment – how Congress is trying to re-write history
In India, more than being a liberal – where you are willing to accommodate dissenting voices – it is important to appear a liberal – where you shout every hour that you’re liberal and thus drown out the dissenting voices.
This shouting is a form of virtue signalling that helps people with otherwise sad credentials to aspire for respectability in a particular social circle.
And a lot of so-called liberals indulged in collective shouting yesterday after mobile wallet brand Paytm released an ad that hurt their guilty conscience. Continue readingWhy the so-called liberals forced Paytm to take off an ad