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Youtuber Gaurav Wasan had paid Baba ka Dhaba owner Kanta Prasad ₹4.5 lakh received in donation only after Prasad filed FIR against him

Even though Baba ka Dhaba owner Kanta Prasad has apologised to Gaurav Wasan for calling him thief, he has not taken the case back

Pakistan FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi refuses to answer whether Osama bin Laden was a terrorist, accuses India of terrorism

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi gave an interview refused to answer a question on Osama bin Laden.

“Population nearing an explosive stage”: UP Law Commission chairman emphasizes the need to keep population in check

UP Law Commission said Population growth causing other issues related to hospitals, foodgrains, houses, or employment

Saudi Arabia to revise school books that referred to non-Muslims as ‘apes’ and ‘swines’, set to bring in reforms to make the country ‘less-intimidating’

Economic reforms in Saudi Arabia to soon take precedence over religion, persecution of non-Muslims set to come down

Turkey: Govt backed Islamic institutions imposing radical Islamism on Yazidi people, building mosques in the Kurdish regions

Turkey govt persecuting Yazidis living along the borders of Turkey and Syria by imposing radical Islam on the minority population

“IT rules framed to address abuse of social media platforms”: Permanent Mission of India to UN responds to Human Rights Council’s concerns

Permanent Mission of India made it clear that the right to freedom of speech is guaranteed under Indian Constitution.

In Focus

Former Kerala Minister KK Shailaja, who was dropped from cabinet after lelection, awarded by George Soros-funded University

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Gujarat: Cow smugglers kill VHP Gaurakshak Hardik Kansara, nephew of district BJP president, 10 arrested

Ten individuals have been arrested in Gujarat on accusations of murdering Gaurakshak Hardik Kansara in Valsad district.

Coronavirus: Liberal privilege that sank Kerala. Here is what went wrong

The media will choose to wait strategically till it reaches Gujarat, for more effect. And the third wave begins “officially” when the spread reaches Uttar Pradesh. And then, it will all be the fault of “Gaumutra.”

Taliban rule: When Hindus in Afghanistan were forced to carry yellow badges like Jews in Nazi Germany

In a bid to undo years of suffering and persecution, the Indian government had issued long-term visas to 700 Hindus and Sikhs from Afghanistan in July last year.

On World Refugee Day, read how Germany, Sweden, and India bore the brunt of incoming refugees

While the United Nations has been advocating the inclusion of refugees, the question remains whether the incoming migrants are willing to assimilate with the culture of the host nation.

Twitter rewards an Islamist org, set to be banned by India, with a verified blue tick: Here is what PFI has done in the...

It is worth mentioning that the radical Islamic organisation Popular Front of India has been accused of involving in perpetrating terrorist attacks in India and carrying large scale communal riots in different parts of the country.

Women face abuse, threats from Islamists and an FIR for dancing in front of Shahdara Sharief Dargah in Jammu, forced to issue apology

Extremists and fundamentalists abuse, threaten and send hate messages to four women for dancing outside Dargah in Jammu

Coronavirus
Latest status and reports from India

India
29,933,497
Total cases
Updated on 20 June, 2021 11:19 PM
India
28,834,524
Recovered
Updated on 20 June, 2021 11:19 PM
India
388,136
Deaths
Updated on 20 June, 2021 11:19 PM

Data automatically updated from this public source

179,127,503
Updated on 20 June, 2021 11:19 PM

Opinions

How Muslims made Periyar bend a knee, while he continued to abuse Hindus despite protests

The slightest resistance from the Indian Muslim population was sufficient to make the Dravidian movement capitulate, while the campaign of abuse and calumny against Hinduism has gone on for decades, inspite of wide spread protests.

FT refers to India as the ‘weakest link’ in the Quad. How their quoted expert denies conclusion and how they got it massively wrong

Quoting a few experts in foreign policy, FT declared that India is the 'weakest link' of the informal alliance as it had failed to provide necessary vaccines to the nations as it had agreed to in the Quad summit that was held in March.

India and China: The ups and downs of responses by the Asian giants against COVID-19

Since China has a humongous population like, we could look at what worked there in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic

The churn in Bengal BJP is normal and on expected lines. Here is why I don’t worry too much about it

Candidates don’t matter so much in Bengal, party affiliations do. The TMC proved this beyond all possible doubt in 2021.

While Twitter has a policy of removing anti-vaccine tweets, its refusal to remove such posts by Congress leaders shows its bias in India

Even though Twitter has been prompt to remove anti-vaccine tweets, it still allows them when posted by Congress leaders in India

Rahul Gandhi shares fake news related to Lord Ram, twice in two days. This is what it shows

What made Rahul Gandhi share a fake news about 'Jai Shri Ram' chant even though Police had debunked the claims?

Politics

BLM, Capitol Hill riots, Alexei Navalny and cyber attacks: How Putin busted US propaganda and exposed western imperialism through NGOs

Russian president Vladimir Putin recently participated in a summit with his American counterpart Joe Biden on the 16th of June.

Media

BBC removes distorted map of India from Delta variant report after uproar on social media

BBC published wrong map of India while talking about a story on the origin of Delta variant of Chinese coronavirus

TV9 Bharatvarsh documentary shows ISIS bride Shamima Begum holding a document with Congress party’s logo: This is how it happened

Instead of using original footage, TV9 Bharatvarsh used a digitally altered the image of Shamima Begum from a satire site

Republic TV issues statement over Arnab Goswami’s disappearance from the news network: Here is what they said

Arnab Goswami was last seen on May 2 during a discussion on West Bengal assembly polls. He will make a return on Monday.

Case filed against journalist Neha Dixit for accusing RSS affiliate Sewa International of ‘child trafficking’

In a tweet, Neha Dixit had appealed to NRIs not to donate to RSS affiliate Sewa International, claiming that they are involved in child trafficking.

Specials

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Exclusive: Ex-lecturer narrates her 13-year battle against her sexual predators protected by Chennai’s Loyola College administration

It's been 13 years since Josephine has been fighting against the mighty administration of Loyola College, Chennai, but to no avail

OBC benefits for Muslims: How WB Police’s recruitment drive has exposed how parties found a way to make religious reservations

The drive was meant to fill vacancies in the OBC-A category in the state. The list showed that apart from one or two individuals, all of them were Muslims.

Exclusive details: Here are some of the points that the Parliamentary Standing Committee, headed by Shashi Tharoor, raised with Twitter

Indian officials of the microblogging site Twitter were questioned by the Parliamentary Panel on Information Technology on various issues.

How a personal animosity was turned into defaming ‘Jai Shri Ram’ chant: All you need to know about Ghaziabad incident

The chronology of what all transpired in the fake 'hate crime' story where an elderly Muslim man claimed he was attacked and forced to chant 'Jai Shri Ram'

Earth, space, time, and more: Read how Indian scholars had recorded astronomical facts centuries before they were ‘discovered’ by Westerns

Based on original Sanskrit texts, the book “Indian Astronomy: A Source-Book” narrates how ancient India excelled in astronomy

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