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Jhankar Mohta

Buy one, get one free: Congress holds 2-in-1 dharna at Jantar Mantar, read details

The Congress is protesting against ED's questioning of Rahul Gandhi and the Centre's Agnipath Recruitment Scheme.

‘Having an opinion on Prophet Muhammad is not derogatory, FoE is not blasphemy’: Madras HC’s historic verdict from 2019

History has it that any type of depiction of Prophet Muhammad has always drawn fierce pushback from Islamists around the world

Veer Kunwar Singh, the legendary king of Jagdishpur who chopped off his own arm at the age of 80 for India’s freedom

Kunwar Singh, also known as Babu Kunwar Singh or Kuer Singh, was a prominent leader during the first freedom struggle of 1857

From Ram Navami to Durga Visarjan to Hanuman Jayanti: List of attacks carried out by Islamists against Hindu processions from 2019 to 2022

History is a testimony to the fact that Hindu festivals have often been at the receiving end of Islamists' wrath

Nitin Gadkari assures action after several incidents of e-scooters catching fire, asks companies to recall defective vehicles: Read details about the problem

Nitin Gadkari shared his concerns about several e-scooters catching fire and assured enquiry into these incidents

Rajasthan Govt to ensure uninterrupted power supply in Muslim dominated areas in Jodhpur for the month of Ramzan, issues directive

Similar instructions have been given to Jaipur and Ajmer discoms to ensure uninterrupted power supply during the month of Ramzan.

Sheltering Delhi riots kingpins, hobnobbing with Khalistanis, mocking ‘The Kashmir Files’: Some of Arvind Kejriwal’s anti-Hindu, anti-India antics

Arvind Kejriwal had recently mocked 'The Kashmir Files', a movie that depicts genocide of Kashmiri Pandits

‘In a much better position to fight pandemic,’ PM Modi lauds India’s relentless vaccination efforts as inoculation for 12-14 age group started today

The Central Government has begun vaccination for children aged 12 to 14 against Covid-19 with Corbevax vaccine

Read how violence gripped Uttar Pradesh after Akhilesh Yadav won elections in 2012: For 36 hours, SP goons ran amuck

In 2012, the day Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav was elected, the state experienced deadly violence for at least 36 hours

Procedural lapses in investigation, evidence tampering, inconsistency in police statements, police concealing facts: What NCPCR report in Lavanya suicide case says

The NCPCR report submitted in M Lavanya suicide case confirmed that there might exist a possibility of tampering with evidence in the absence of proper compliance with the due procedure of law

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