Profile of Dr Ajoy Kumar
We must start thinking of power as a weapon and therefore have a framework to regulate its abuse
The fact that the BJP government is engaging in such acts during such a difficult time for the country shows that the government’s unflinching focus remains image management.
The Prime Minister has not held a single press conference nor a virtual Parliament session on the Covid crisis. Without Parliament and without press conferences how are we supposed to reach the great leader?
Did the Modi government suppress facts leading to the second wave just as officials did during Mao’s regime and police did in the case of the Willam Burke murders?
Tirath Singh Rawat said that he was shocked to meet a young woman who ran an NGO but adorned ripped jeans
This government has taken stern action against those who have sought to raise questions about the government’s policies
Disha Ravi’s ‘toolkit’ defames India, but Kapil Mishra’s does not?
After pop icon Rihanna's tweet, India over the past few weeks has been quoted in the same breath as Myanmar, a country which saw a military coup in the past week.
TV anchor Arnab Goswami's recently released WhatsApp chats reveal that there is little holy about the kind of “news” peddled by Republic TV.
The chasm in the BJP’s approach towards following fascist practices when it comes to its apparent supporters and the treatment meted out to its critics cannot be wider.
The news cycles in India have, for the past fortnight, been dominated by reports of Chinese incursions and the worsening India-China standoff in Ladakh. The seriousness of the matter aside, the stalemate has triggered some strange behaviour, writes Ajoy Kumar.
The decisions and behaviour that we have been seeing during the Covid-19 crisis by the powers to be make me wonder if we are living in an altered reality, writes Ajoy Kumar.
The issues AAP raised struck a chord as much as with a Shaheen Bagh protestor as with someone in Dwarka, says party's national spokesperson Ajoy Kumar