India Faceoff is a website which offers a one-stop portal for news from across the world in general and, India in particular. Our news is collated from different sources, presenting a collection of different viewpoints for the readers in an effort to put forward a more holistic look at developments across the world rather than restricted to the editorial policy of one newspaper or media organization.
Here the reader can glance through an entire selection of news stories, culled from newspapers or media organizations with varied editorial policies, and then is free to form his/her own opinion armed with much more information than readers reading just one or two newspapers or watching a couple of news channels.
We also have a section devoted to features and opinion pieces written by our own columnists and feature writers who are sourced from different backgrounds, not necessarily just journalists. Experts from different fields as well as people who have first-hand experience or knowledge of certain matters and things contribute to our website. This ensures a free flow of exchange of ideas or opinions from the common man to the expert without the obstructions that gate-keeping within media organizations cause.
In short, we present to you the readers with maximum information on all major developments, in all possible variants, offering you the freedom to form your own opinion using your own discernment and analytical abilities without any form of external bias and also take advantage of our special features and columns not just for enjoyable reading and wider understanding but also to get a cross-section of first- hand experience and reactions, coming not necessarily from media pundits or experts.
This is an experiment to promote freedom of thought and expression in a positive and nurturing manner, allowing you the reader to be your own opinion maker.
Last but not the least, we also offer you India at a glance. Our selected pages provide comprehensive information on the framework of the Indian democracy, its federal structure, demography, population and culture.