RT @mitalisaran@twitter.com

This. It's disgraceful to bang on about superpower status when you're the regional topper in open defecation, 102nd on the Global Hunger Index, have poor female participation in the workforce, and only 1% of major newspaper editorials talk about health. scroll.in/article/944898/the-d

🐦🔗: twitter.com/mitalisaran/status

Constitution. Morality.Justice. three impossible words now

From to , young people bear the brunt of authoritarianism because they have the courage to stand up to it, and authoritarians haaaate people who stand up to them. Rooting for you, students! Be safe and good luck. scroll.in/latest/944093/jnu-fe

The Indian fast bowling machine is purring like a,jaguar. And its most lethal cat isn't even playing

@vernal_equinox it doesn't matter who's tired of hearing it. Unless the quality of life improves for you and the rest of the area, do not stay silent.

Maybe you're tired,of hearing this but Delhi's air is pure poison and I don't know how,we've survived thus far

This is like 2016 twitter. Who's the @jack of this website towards whom I could direct my complaints?

RT @_NairFYI@twitter.com
One of the great statesmen of the modern world ,he is admired for his idealism, statesmanship and unfailing nationalism. First Prime Minister of India, Nehru gave to Indians an image of themselves, an Icon like no other...
Nehru in Pics

Ludhianvi had written on jis death

Jism ki maut koi maut nahin hoti
Jism mit jaane se insaan nahi mar jaate

Birth anniversary

No matter which social network you're on, following a diverse group of people helps you taking a peek at the other side of your personal filter bubble.

You don't have to agree with everything and everyone, but please, at least try to listen to people and their opinions.

It will help you appreciate your own life, and may just make you a little wiser.

This whole boycotting twitter, looking for an alternative, trying it out, convincing other people to come and network here.
This is what Ravish Kumar meant when he said, “It is possible that they may lose the battle. But sometimes resistance is not a matter of choice. Not all battles are fought for victory. Some are fought simply to tell the world that someone was there on the battlefield.”

So here's our chance to actually build a community that is inclusive, egalitarian and not exclusive by design. Let's hope we can keep it that way. Happy tooting folks! And a Happy #Gurpurab

The amount of people I meet who hate the reservation system in India is insane. Most of them want reservations gone. I am telling you that is the next demonetisation.

Liberal Democracy is when you govern with either a plurality or majority but minorities are not trampled by majoritarian tyranny. And individual rights are paramount. The Ambedkar constitution makes India a Liberal Democratic Republic. When individual rights are trampled, because you are not part of the majority, you are a victim of majoritarian tyranny. This may be because you define only Hindus as truly Indian and not Muslims. Hindu exceptionalism or Hindutva. That's how you get CAB. 1/n

I am here to counter hatred with a message Love All, Malice To None.
I will be posting content from The Glorious Quran, Hadith of the beloved Prophet PBUH, Quotes from Islamic Personalities.

Also, I will try my best to bring the ocean of the mysticism, Philosophy, Hinduism & Sufism in light.
I urge you to boost the posts & help me spread the message of love to strengthen humanity.

Ok so I'm a little late to this game.

Jonathan here!

I'm an Emergency Medicine Specialist working in Kerala, India. (Tiny missing details are always good 😜)

Made the jump from the birdsite because I'm just sick of their obvious far right bias.

Figured I could come here a safe space and make a fresh start.

I intend to toot about medicine, health, football (Bayern Munich), little bit of politics, and anything funny that I might come across.

Stay awesome everyone!

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