Profile of Balbir K. Punj
The text of Rohith Vemula’s suicide note holds the key to understanding his death. It doesn’t speak like those who claim to speak for him.
Sadly, the discourse on fighting corruption is being ridden the wrong way
Jaya’s invitation to Modi dispels an ‘untouchability’ myth
Arundhati’s diatribes against the Indian State ignore the freedom it offers
A caste census will only reinforce a reality we’re trying to outgrow
The Church's 'harvest of souls' policy has led us to this foul juncture
Islamic orthodoxy is a blight on our enlightened times. Why no protests?
The UPA and secularists. Why else would they worry after this blooper?
The Stalinist streak is back in the CPI(M), a throttled media is added proof
Salwa Judum is an indigenous answer to the imported problem of Maoism
The forces are our last bastion against communalism. Can anyone contest it?
The Outlook report on the Shankaracharya illustrates its double standards
The NDA didn't lose to the Congress. It was the system that beat us.
The secularist lens may project a selective view of medieval history, but facts speak otherwise
Why is the Outlook for India so grey when, with the same indicators, Calcutta is so bright and shiny? Can't feelgood take a right turn instead of left?
An evangelist is Calcutta's mascot, even though more authentic figures abound
Hindus are notoriously poor learners of history's stern reckonings. Chandraprakash Dwivedi's film 'Pinjar' is only a reminder of this grim truth.
A Punjabi adage: one who hasn't seen Lahore hasn't been born. A birthday boy's account.
The secularists will spin theories which they had laboured to establish in the post-Godhra carnage. But to me, it was a vote against the paradigm of blind hate which the secularists had arduously crafted against the Sangh parivar.
It's argued that Gujarat should be immune to violence since it's the land of Gandhi. But let's not forget it's also the land of Jinnah.
Contrary to what the Left insinuates, Hinduism can't exist sans Hindutva, says Balbir K. Punj
A section of the media will peddle lies and destroy reputations for fame, says Balbir K. Punj