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Sarva Dharma Vada Pav

In this hilarious take on Sarva Dharma Samabhava, Raghu Bhaskaran tries to drive home the absurdity of this false equivalence which is harming Hindus and benefiting the enemies of Hindu society.

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Emerging New Perspectives on Epidemiology

Apr 29,20by Satish Verma

In this timely satire, Satish Verma takes on the millenials who have suddenly taken upon the profession of epidemiology and garnishing it with liberal notions of social justice, are wreaking havoc upon any ears sensitive to scientific truth. He takes upon feminism, liberalism and the kind of Indian secularism which goes to great lengths to defend Tablighi Jamaat, but attacks everything Hindu.

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Golden Mean – The Ultimate Standard of Truth

Mar 10,20by Satish Verma

In this satirical piece, Satish Verma remarks upon the liberal habit of declaring both sides as equal culprits in every case. Notwithstanding the facts, the liberal premise that it takes two sides to make a conflict, has led them to believe that no matter who starts the riots, no matter which community becomes the victim, the fault equally lies with the both. The false equivalence between the two communities, which produces much resentment in the Hindu community, is taken for task in this brilliant piece of satire which tragically reads like truth.

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Stone or Wallet? – Solving the Jamia Riddle

Feb 28,20by Satish Verma

In early February, Jamia Milia Islamia released a CCTV video of its library where the police is seen as entering the library and beating the students who were allegedly studying there. In later videos released by the police, it can be seen that the students were the rioters who were given refuge in the library. Many of them can be seen with stones in their hands. Indian media like NDTV, used to whitewash the crimes of 'minorities' claimed the students in the CCTV footage did not have stones in their hands but wallets. Here is a brilliant satire by Satish Verma which exposes this mentality of Indian media.

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Fascism and Truth

Feb 13,20by Satish Verma

In this brilliant piece of satire, Satish Verma takes a dig at the charge of Fascism that its omnipresent opponents from the liberal Left often level at the Hindu society. The Hindu movement is often referred to as Hindu Fascism. The sheer ridiculousness of the charge becomes obvious from this satire. When the charge is outrageous, satire is the best way to expose how untenable it is.

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