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The Sabarimala saga so far: The verdict, the devotees and the communist government

The Sabarimala shrine reopens on Nov 17 and the Kerala government assured the entry of 'all' devotees.

List of Ajit Jogi, Amit Jogi’s misdeeds are endless, and Congress is silent even after they have left the party

It will take an encyclopedia to even compile the list of illegal acts committed by the Jogi family

The defamatory lies and the truths surrounding Haren Pandya’s murder

Haren Pandya was assassinated by Islamist radicals in March 2003, 13 months after the Gujarat riots took place

Demonetization: An attack on Left Wing Terrorism

Many such organizations have been banned and blacklisted posted the decision of Demonetization.

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Kejriwal releases CCTV image of a masked Modi spreading smoke across Delhi

Desperate times call for desperate measures? ;)

‘Celebrity’ lawyer has a meltdown on Twitter after family of Kathua rape case victim remove her for non-appearance in court

After blaming the parents for firing her, she threatened to sue those who were questioning her on Twitter

Can we ask what was the entire cost of Nehru’s 1948 Kashmir blunder?

In essence, Jawaharlal Nehru was a Bharat Ratna because he went where no Indian kid has ever gone before. He was free from comparisons with the proverbial Sharmaji ka beta

The irony of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey meeting Rahul Gandhi, to talk about ‘tackling menace of fake news’

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has earlier admitted the left-leaning bias of his employees, and has today, met Rahul Gandhi

Here are the 4 kinds of people who can never understand the traditions of Sabarimala

But diversity cannot survive without exclusion and our constitution builders identified this need

PM Narendra Modi has drawn a straight line between Urban Maoists and Maoist Terror

The Stalinist of yesterday has become the human rights activist of today.

Pakistan’s Philatelic brazenness: Waging a proxy war against India one Stamp at a time since 1954

Pakistan had released a Miniature Sheet of 20 stamps on July 8 this year to commemorate ‘Kashmir Martyr’s Day’.

Welcome to India, Jack. If we were like Twitter, you’d have been ‘blocked’ or ‘shadow banned’ at arrival

When in India, Jack, you must indeed 'experience it all'. And experience the virtue of diversity and co-existence, you must.

Incompetent, uncouth, entitled: There is a lot which is common between Acosta and Indian media

The viewers have started realizing that commitment to truth is much lower down in the list of the media's priorities

Demonetisation: Step that kick started the digitisation process and formalised a large chunk of the Economy

The truth of the matter is that if India had to leapfrog into the 4th Industrial Revolution as it is doing today, then the journey would not have been possible without the kickstart of demonetization.

Government & Policy

Gautam Gambhir criticises BCCI for inviting Azharuddin to ring the bell

Gambhir had earlier opposed the appointment of Manoj Prabhakar as the bowling coach of Delhi over the same reasons

No beef for Team Indian in Australia, BCCI tells Cricket Australia

Indian cricket team has reportedly become very specific about the diet.

Virat Kohli makes history! Reaches 10,000 ODI runs in 205 innings, surpassing Tendulkar’s record

The 29-year-old captain outperformed fellow Indian cricket legend, Sachin Tendulkar, who first crossed the 10,000-run mark in 259 innings in 2001.

Australian and Pakistani cricket teams compete for a glorified biscuit, Pakistanis angry after ICC tweet

Some Pakistanis are wondering if an Indian is operating the ICC Twitter handle.

Will the selectors be brave enough to drop MS Dhoni from the ODI side?

Dhoni is still an incredibly fit athlete and his performance behind the stumps is as good as ever, but there are factors not in his favour.

Bollywood & more

Kedarnath controversy: After the BJP, Congress raises objections against the movie

Protests have been threatened as well if Kedarnath is not banned.

Javed Akhtar hails Tipu Sultan and attempts to vilify Savarkar, gets reminded of his own legacy

Javed Akhtar vilified Savarkar for writing a mercy petition to the British.

#MeToo: Actor Niharika Singh speaks out against Nawazuddin Siddiqui; condemns liberals and feminists for their duplicity

In her post, she has named Bhushan Kumar, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Sajid Khan and Rituparna Chatterjee and others.

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