On Experience In India, US, China | The Coronavirus Interview

The novel coronavirus that changed millions of life celebrated its first birthday a week ago. The Satire Express caught up with corona to have a chat about its experience in India. The following is the excerpt from the interview. First of all, congratulations on your 1st birthday. How are you feeling? It’s been a roller […]

Is It The Time To Call Out Problematic TV Advertisements?

When I was a teenager, I remember how some TV commercials were making me extremely uncomfortable and I didn’t know what to do about it. Back then I had no proper understanding of objectification, male gaze, eye candy, patriarchy, and other problematic concepts. I thought it was okay and is normal. But the discomfort I […]

Manual Scavenging – The Dreaded Reality Of Developing India

Nepotism doesn’t just exist in popular fields like Bollywood or Politics, it exists in daily wage jobs as well. Everyone speaks of not favoring family and as to how it can ruin the authenticity of the job and gets carried on for generations in the same family. But ultimately we don’t realize that we do […]

Karnataka Resorts All Set To Welcome Bihar MLAs

After a dull period of business due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Karnataka Resorts are finally opening up to the huge demand as the results of the Bihar elections will be announced later in the day. The much-awaited results of the north Indian state of Bihar will be announced later on November 10th. The elections […]

Journalists Who Have Been Killed Since 2014 While Union Ministers Remained Silent

On Wednesday morning, Republic TV Anchor, Entertainer, and Former Journalist, Arnab Goswami, was detained by the Mumbai Police after they encroached his residence with a warrant. The Right-Wing and the central government ministers were quick to tweet about the issue and condemned it. The Law Minister of India, Ravi Shankar Prasad wrote,“One can differ, one […]

Feature | Cartoon And Religious Fundamentalism – The Satire Express

The recent events at France involving a beheading have revived the debate on religious fundamentalism that otherwise lingered quietly like a bed-bug. Fundamentalism in religion is not a new thing in our society. Religious intolerance, too, is not new. However, vilifying a larger community for the actions of a few is a new phenomenon and […]


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