Pinarayi Vijayan was recently elected as Chief Minister of Kerala for a second term. Something that will be closely watched in the next 5 years is the developing power struggle within Kerala CPIM. The seeds of current power politics were laid ahead of the recent assembly elections when Pinarayi created an arbitrary rule and denied tickets to most senior party leaders and sidelined the few who got elected from inclusion in the state cabinet. In this vlog I examine this brewing game of thrones in Kerala politics. Continue reading Pinarayi 2.0 and A Game of Thrones in Kerala
The left-liberals woke up pretty late to the gruesome Kathua case. But once they found their motivation, there was no stopping them. What is it that motivated them to jump in so late into this case? Let’s examine. Continue reading What Drives The Left’s Outrage On The Kathua Case?
Information Factory Bulletin for week 07 of 2018 is here. More political violence in Kerala, communal politics in the Northeast, BJP celebrates Hampi, Congress celebrates Sultanate Continue reading Bulletin: 07/2018
Information Factory Bulletin for 3rd week of 2018: Islamic fundamentalists strike in Kannur and Kollam of Kerala, President of India honors 1st Ladies club, Praise from PM and transfer from CM, secret underground city in Varanasi, bombs almost greet Dalai Lama in Bihar and more. Continue reading Bulletin: 03/2018
Bulletin 02/2018- Success of Swachh Bharat, multiple setbacks to Kerala CM, troubles of left-wing site The Wire, silverware stealing editors & more Continue reading Bulletin: 02/2018
Editors of Hindustan Times seem to have chosen the side of the political divide that they stand on. News outlets peddling partisan political propaganda will not be a problem as long as they are open and honest about it. Continue reading Questions for the Media: Is Hindustan Times an agent of free press or of political propaganda