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21 October 1943: Netaji Subhash had formed the Azad Hind Government, India’s ‘declaration of independence’
On October 21, 1943, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose announced the formation of the 'Arzi Hukumat-e-Azad Hind' or the provincial government of free India in Singapore and had declared war on the British Empire.
Editor of Chinese propaganda machinery Global Times threatens India as Taiwan vows to have better ties with India
The warm ties between Delhi and Taipei have now become a major strategic headache for Communist Party of China, who have been vehemently opposing any positive engagement between the two countries.
Kashmiri Muslim woman called ‘terrorist’ by her landlady in Delhi? Read the full story that tells you exactly what happened
Videos show that Noor Bhat was threatening landlady for asking to pay rent & bills, no proof that she was assaulted & called terrorist
Accusations of prolonged unexplained leave and possible ‘Fake Mausi’ in 2018 Sanjali case: More skeletons tumble out about Hathras ‘Fake Bhabhi’
Hathras fake bhabhi Dr Rajkumari Bansal was absent for job for 8 months without explanation, and became fake mausing in a 2018 case
Government and Policy
No more APMC monopoly, more choice, freedom for farmers to seek better prices for crops: All you need to know about the new bills...
The objective of the three proposed laws is to make way for creating the Modi government's ambitious vision of 'One India, One Agriculture Market'.
‘Shed your political bias or quit BBC’: New chief Tim Davie promises radical changes after constant complaints of Left bias
Tim Davie has recently taken charge as BBC's new director general from Tony Hall.
‘Pune is well-equipped to handle Coronavirus crisis if state govt runs health centres professionally’, says BJP MLA Siddharth Shirole who is leading the fight...
Siddharth Shirole said that even though there a sudden splurge in the coronavirus cases in Pune, there is no need to panic
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un ‘resurrects’ again after reports of him being dead or in coma surface
Recently, reports of the North Korean leader being dead or lying in a coma had surfaced again, fuelling speculations that his sister may soon assume the leadership.
Government and Policy
Govt officials wanting exemption from compulsory 14 day home isolation upon arrival in Mumbai now need to take permission from BMC: Details
On Friday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) issued a notification for handling the domestic passengers, which states that passengers arriving in Mumbai will have to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine in light of the coronavirus epidemic that has gripped the city.
The comedy of apologies: When the ones mocking Savarkar for mercy petition to British apologise to ‘secular goons’
As their old acts began to resurface on the internet, the 'comedians', who have been hailed as the champions of free-speech and often 'speaks truth to power', were soon hit with the reality and decided to run away from social media platforms as they deactivated their profiles.
Congress MLA organises protest of thousands of Muslims against French President and his ‘Islamophobia’ after his citizens were beheaded for ‘blasphemy’
Congress MLA Arif Masood organised and led a protest supporting terrorism in the name of Islam that led to the beheading of Samuel Paty and others in France.
AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan restrains NIA officials as they conduct raids at NGO headed by former Delhi Minorities Commission Chairman, FIR registered
Delhi police filed FIR against AAP legislator Amanatullah Khan for obstructing NIA officials from conducting raids in Jamia Nagar.
Bangladesh: Muslim mob beats Muslim man to death and then burn his body after rumours of blasphemy in a mosque
A man was lynched to death by a fanatic Muslim mob in Lalmonirhat district of Rangpur Division in Bangladesh over charges of blasphemy.
As Pakistan minister admits role in Pulwama attack, Rajdeep Sardesai rushes to his rescue, allows him to ‘clarify’, attack India instead, NDTV follows suit
India Today and NDTV come together to rescue Pakistan minister Fawad Chaudhry after he admitted Terroristan's role in Pulwama attack
The Print columnist Zainab Sikander Siddiqui wants Charlie Hebdo to have the “guts” to mock the Holocaust if it wants to publish cartoons on...
Zainab Sikander Siddiqui ruled that Charlie Hebdo cartoons mocking other religions are not offensive, only cartoons on Islam are offensive
The name of PM Modi echoed on Monday as members of Pakistan's opposition members chanted 'Modi, Modi' slogans inside Pakistan National assembly
Chinese state-run channel shows the portrait of Prophet Muhammad, netizens ask if Muslim nations will boycott China
Arslan Hidayat, an Uyghur Rights Activist, took to Twitter shared a video of a Chinese TV series on Twitter in which it was depicted that an Arab ambassador visiting China during the rule of Tang dynasty gifts a portrait of the Prophet Muhammad to the Chinese emperor.
‘His legs were shivering, head was sweating fearing attack by India’: Pakistani opposition leader reveals why Imran Khan govt had released Abhinandan Varthaman
PML(N) leader Ayaz Sadiq said that Pakistani Foreign Minister had feared that India would attack Pakistan if Abhinandan is not returned
Watch: Pro-India accounts disrupt Pakistan’s anti-India online meeting on Zoom, play pro-Hindu and Indian nationalistic songs
Indic social media users caused embarrassment to Pakistani authorities and diplomats after they raided their online event on zoom
Here are ‘liberals’ who hailed Imran Khan’s benevolence for releasing Abhinandan, while he was shaking in his boots, thinking of Modi going to war
The usual suspects declared Imran Khan 'won' despite the fact that it was Indian Armed Forces that destroyed terror camps in Pakistan.