In a free market, the only way to force a business to pay attention to its customers is by disrupting it’s monopoly and creating competition. If you don’t like the service a business provides, move to an alternative one. I have often observed a certain type of attitude among Indians, with frustration. Continue reading India doesn’t have a social media problem but mindset problem
Dear Hindu friends, hold your outrage for a second and look for what’s beyond the headline. That’s the least you can do to respect the memory of your brave ancestors. Continue reading Dear Hindu Friends…..
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
Left-liberals in the Indian media assert that good movies promoting a Hindu cause are not made in India. So, I thought it would be a delightful exercise to highlight a few movies made by masterly filmmakers whose subject matter would make the left-liberals squirm uncomfortably in their seats. First up in this series is a Malayalam movie titled Paithrukam (പൈതൃകം). Continue reading Movies that an #AdarshLiberal would hate: Paithrukam
The so called “liberals” in India will not ask these questions. Nor will they tolerate anyone who dares to ask these questions. Continue reading Hypocrisy of the beef-festers
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