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Prashant Kishor is right—underestimate Modi and you shall remain out of power

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Prashant Kishor has spoken the truth to Opposition leaders: Just hoping for people to dislodge PM Modi is hopeless, delusional politics. The poll strategist is right: BJP is here to stay in the centre of Indian politics. The more they underestimate Modi and BJP, the longer they’ll warm opposition benches.

Disruption of namaz in Gurgaon reflects intolerance. Only political will can stop this now

The disruption of Friday namaz across Gurgaon sectors by Hindu right wing groups and some residents is a sad reflection of the intolerance and anti-minority sentiment that dominates our society and politics today. Othering of the minority seems to have become a norm. Only political will can stop this now.

Facebook has changed its name, not act

Facebook is now Meta, but it’s nowhere near cleaning up its act. Changing company’s name or logo is an old corporate trick when things heat up. It is like dabbing shaving cream on the mirror if you don’t like your face in the morning. Fix the reality, not the image.

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