Saturday, July 24, 2021
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Anand Walunjkar

After taking the CAT exam 3 times without success, Anand turned on the IT industry and now resides in Toronto. His aim is to write a 300 page novel, but for now he just about manages to churn out 3 page articles

Explained – The political crisis over crop procurement in Chhattisgarh and why paddy procurement has been stopped in the state

As mandis in Chhattisgarh overflow due to bonus announced by govt, both Congress and BJP blaming each other

Chhattisgarh: Police lathi-charge on Durga puja procession in Bilaspur for playing music, seize vehicles carrying idols for immersion

Police stopped vehicles carrying Durga idol from further carrying the procession in Bilaspur, lathi charged on people for playing music

Gabbar Singh Tax: A new undefined, unbooked tax being imposed on coal businessmen in Congress-ruled Chhattisgarh

Gabbar Singh Tax has a different meaning in Congress ruled Chhattisgarh: An undefined tax of sorts, nowhere on the books but being collected from coal businessmen

Congress govt in Chhattisgarh appears safe with 3/4th majority, but is it really safe? MP-Rajasthan like trouble can brew

The way things are moving between TS Singh Deo and Bhupesh Baghel, Chhattisgarh may also go the Madhya Pradesh - Rajasthan way

From ‘accidental suicide’ to ‘compromise kar lo’: 11 controversies involving AAP that the country forgot too soon

Let us ask ourselves how many of these controversies of AAP do we even remember some of which have gone horribly wrong.

When Aladin, the present day Indian Prince, got hold of the magic lamp and yelled ‘ab hoga insaf’

Poverty in the countryside was still a cause of concern to Aladin. On consultation with one Uncle Chidu, he came up with an idea.

Notre Dame deserves to be mourned, but spare a thought for India’s own temples that bore the onslaught of invaders

When a historical monument is harmed, it is not just the damage to the structure, but a massive blow to the culture, heritage and sometimes to even the civilization.

Karl Marx’ birthday is over, and so should the ‘Party’

"Bharat tere tukde honge” if that is the price to pay to spread communalism in India.

Pakistan would still remain a motherlode of terrorism had Hafiz Saeed, not Liaquat Ali Khan been its first leader

Is 'The Print' so blinded in its hate for Modi, that it is now using Pakistan's narrative?

India is run not by the Dove but Doval, and it’s time the likes of Mr Noorani accept that

This is not the first time that AG Noorani has displayed his delusions

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