Feminism in India has crowdsourced empowering depictions of women who have experienced abuse. They are available for the media to use instead of their generally triggering imagery.
Like the selectivity infested news media, the online cottage industry of political satire has chosen to see only what it wants to see.
The Quran does not require punishing sacrilege, authoritarian politics do.
Half of senior editor Sreemoy Talukdar’s article comprises spurious theses based on debunked allegations and straw man arguments. The other half cites unsubstantiated claims in support of the theses.
The American president’s visit is likely to be a jumped up Page 3 story. But should he pitch any unexpected balls, his hosts shouldn’t be defensive.
Since Jawaharlal Nehru’s death, India has longed for a leader who upholds what is right regardless of whether it’s popular. The AAP chief is not that leader.