Lessons from Gujarat to Delhi

Traditionally, BJP's strength has been nationalism and Hindutva. Recent events, however, show that opposition is now going out of its way to neutralize these. For example all the national flag waving, anthem singing, etc during the anti-CAA protests by Hinduphobes. These are the same people who used to burn the flag and were rabidly resisting... Continue Reading →

India’s Left and the assault on democracy

Have you ever heard of a public representative that gets her constituents arrested for demanding such a basic civic amenity as a bus stand? You wouldn't have if you don't know the leftists that are currently in power in Kerala. Read along for details.

Core Agenda As A Election Strategy

Will promising to free temples from government get votes? Will ensuring equal educational rights of Hindus win you elections? Are there other material gains to doing the right thing beyond moral validation? Lets examine together in this blogpost.

Acche Din – are they here?

Political opponents of Prime Minister Narendra Modi have constantly been questioning if and when his promised acche din will arrive. Some of them have been inquiring about it since the first week of his government. After almost 4 years of Modi government, let's examine how far the acche din project has progressed. This is the... Continue Reading →

Bulletin: 01/2018

Here is the Information Factory Bulletin for the 1st week of 2018. Following an incident where the renowned Kanaka Durga temple in Vijayawada was opened at midnight on December 26 and rituals were performed, the government of Andhra Pradesh has transferred the executive officer of the temple, Suryakumari. This incident once again highlights why representatives... Continue Reading →

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