The Butcher of India’s Surgical Strikes – Arnab Goswami

The aftermath of India’s surgical strikes has provided us with a new hero – Arnab Goswami. Every night, on super primetime, Arnab and his ego, put on a beautiful performance where they painstakingly take down every opinion that could be perceived as anti-Indian. Instead of using rationale or reason, Arnab uses the most effective tools available – bullying, shouting and mocking. Never mind if the person at the receiving end is Indian or Pakistani. Read more [...]

Arvind Kejriwal: An Insignificant Man

For a two-year period, cameras followed Arvind Kejriwal and his team to create An Insignificant Man, a documentary that chronicles the rise of Aam Aadmi Party to its present day leadership in Delhi. The movie premiered on September 11th to a packed house at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival. The film-makers have done a commendable job in documenting the personalities of some of AAP's key founders, specifically Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Read more [...]

Is Mayawati Porn a thing?

WahSarkar has always been a fan of Behenji Mayawati - especially back in the good old days when she used to be the CM (Chief Megalomaniac) of Uttar Pradesh. Over the years, we have profiled her prudent fiscal policies and her nuanced take on the positioning of an elephant's trunk.  We also compared her (and other politicians') Google Search popularity with Sunny Leone. In the complicated world of search engine optimization, all this has somehow Read more [...]

Zakir Naik: फटा पोस्टर निकला Zero

ज़ाकिर जी की आजकल न्यूज़ में काफी चर्चा है। इस इंसान ने, अपना नाम यूट्यूब और टेलीविज़न द्वारा बिना सर पैर की बकवास कर कर के बनाया है। हमारे देश में, रट्टा मारने वालो की कोई कम्मी नहीं Read more [...]

Thank You Smriti Irani for reinforcing the virtues of bigotry

Thank you Smriti Irani. The country was confused and in a precarious situation before your enthralling performance in parliament yesterday. But today we all have a clearer understanding of how to live our lives. For whatever reasons, university students thought that they can espouse opinions that differ from those of the government. For too long, we have allowed universities to be venues of active social debate where students are exposed to different Read more [...]
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India’s Infant Mortality Rates are worse than Uganda, Bangladesh, Iraq….

At 7.3% GDP growth, India is set to be 2016's fastest growing large economy. However, as of today, a child born in Bangladesh, has a better chance of living then one born in India. India has far surpassed Bangladesh when it comes to economic indicators, but many of our social indicators continue to be inferior to those of Bangladesh. And you can add the likes of Uganda, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Suriname, North Korea, Algeria, Bhutan, Nepal, Namibia and Read more [...]