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West Bengal: Mob sets woman’s house on fire over rumours that she was collecting NRC data

Bengal woman's house was set on fire over rumours that she was collecting data for NRC.

Congress veteran Digvijaya Singh snubbed at Shaheen Bagh, ‘protestors’ do not let him deliver speech from stage

Digvijaya Singh later said that while he was requested to deliver a speech at Shaheen Bagh, it was actually he who did not want to politicise the stage.

Non-Muslims are requested to carry out anti-CAA protests in non-Muslim majority areas too: Read how these protests have roots in Ram Janmabhoomi verdict

The more you read such posts on social media, the more you realise that the anger is more about the Ayodhya verdict than the CAA.

Journalist Barkha Dutt applauds Shaheen Bagh women who wear ‘tricolour’ burqas, netizens say ‘Modi hai to mumkin hai’

Controversial journalist Barkha Dutt was in New Delhi's Shaheen Bagh recently where she spotted two women who were wearing pinkish red, white and green abaya style burqa.

‘Kaagaz nahi dikhayenge’ fame comedian all set to give fingerprints and all documents to Trump government in US

Comedian Varun Grover, who said he won't show his documents for NRC to Indian Government, will now bare it all to Donald Trump government for his US tour.

RSS backs PM Modi on historic CAA, says anti-CAA riots do not represent sentiments of majority of Indians

According to the RSS, there is a lot of misinformation spread with mala fide intentions against the CAA, which is an Act necessary to identify illegal migrants.

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CPI leader Ameer Haider Zaidi abuses journalist Deepak Chaurasia during TV debate on CAA, calls him ‘bh*dwa patrakar’

Ameer Haider Zaidi referred to Deepak Chaurasia as ‘bhadwe patrakar’ (pimp journalist) several times during the TV debate

Pathalgarhi murders: As 7 tribals decapitated in Jharkhand, how long will it take us to chant ‘Communism se Azadi’

In Jharkhand, bodies of 7 anti-Pathalgarhi tribals were found. Decapitated, and it is not the top news item on media

The Toothbrush Saga: Award winning journalist calls the police on an employee for a toothbrush, social media organizes a ‘spitefunding’ in support of the employee

It all began when David Leavitt, 'Award-Winning Multimedia Journalist', decided to call the Police on an employee of a store on the 18th of January because she refused to sell an electric toothbrush for a cent.

Two The Quint journalists, one accused in MeToo and another for abetment of suicide, win Ramnath Goenka award

The winners of the Ramnath Goenka Awards for excellence in journalism were declared on Monday.

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Dear Richa Chadha, women are not rehabs for angry, entitled men

Bollywood entertainer Richa Chadha today took to Twitter to dish out cure for misogyny.

The furore over CAA and NPR: A timeline of Congress’ contradictory stance

Despite hard-hitting facts, the Congress party and its leaders did not back down from rumour-mongering and casting aspersions on CAA, NRC, and NPR.

If you believe Google Trends, BJP has an advantage over AAP in Delhi: Here is how

According to Google Trends, in Delhi, BJP has an advantage over AAP. Is Kejriwal confident?

Lies, deception and misinformation of anti-CAA protests: How University campuses have wrongly become a battleground

One of the universities which is at the forefront of the opposing the CAA is Jamia Milia Islamia

Kashmiri Pandit Genocide: Then and now, from Azadi slogans to Hindu hate, the nature of Jihad and its apologists remain unchanged

The 19th of January, 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the genocide and exodus of Kashmiri Hindus from the valley.

Biggest takeaway from Saif Ali Khan interview on Tanhaji: He doesn’t give a damn about politics, he only cares about his career

A viral clip of Saif Ali Khan from an interview with 'Film Companion' on Tanhaji has gone viral

Today’s India is like Hitler’s Germany, says Congress: Here is what Hitler’s Germany looked like and why Congress is out of its mind

It is appalling that the ecosystem creates a fallacious narrative that India today is like Hitler's Germany

Were the trees in Navi Mumbai less liberal than the trees of Aarey colony?

Here’s what the liberal elite is telling us: The finer things in life are exclusively reserved for their private enjoyment. You can’t have it because you are not elite.

Rajiv Gandhi was not the only one who was killed in the blasts: When kin of those who died along with him were upset with Sonia Gandhi’s ‘forgiveness’

When Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated, 13 others had died along with him. What right would Sonia Gandhi have to 'forgive' killers of those 13 people too?

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Watch: Kangana Ranaut’s befitting reply to Indira Jaising’s ‘forgiveness’ advice to Nirbhaya’s mother

Kangana Ranaut stated that women like Indira Jaisng are the ones who give birth to these monsters who later commit such heinous crimes. 

Almost two weeks after Tanhaji’s release, the ‘secular’ alliance govt in Maharashtra finally declares it tax-free

Tanhaji continues to register a stellar performance at the Box Office and is expected to enter the Rs. 200 crore club in its third week.

If there was no ‘Bharat’ then what was Mahabharat? Kangana smashes Saif Ali Khan’s ‘no concept of India’ argument

"If there was no concept of Bharat, then what was Mahabharat then? The epic saga of the great battle that was written thousands of years back", asked Kangana.

Sachin Tendulkar and Courtney Walsh signed as the coach for Bushfire Relief Match in Australia

Sachin Tendulkar and Courtney Walsh are signed for the Bushfire Cricket Bash as coaches for the two teams

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A history of India as it happened: Not as it has been written

The revisionism of India’s history books has gained ground in recent decades. Among many such soldiers of truth is Francois Gautier, a foreign French journalist who loved India so much that he stayed put in this country since 1971.