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Look who’s talking: Here’s a brief introduction of the speakers at the Dismantling Global Hindutva conference
The proposed 'Dismantling Global Hindutva' conference has caused a massive outrage among Hindus across the world.
Accused demanded Rs 3 lakhs, made video while raping the victim: All we know about the Mysuru gang-rape and assault case so far
A 22-year-old MBA student from Maharashtra, studying at a Mysuru university, and her friend were attacked at Chamundi Hills
Was she deported because she was a Muslim? Here’s why the Afghan MP was deported by India and how she can come back
Afghan MP Rangina Kargar was deported not because she was a Muslim, but because she had not applied for an e-visa, introduced by Indian government in view of reports of passports and stickers visas stolen in Afghanistan
Is the Modi govt really ‘selling off India’ as claimed by Rahul Gandhi? Here is what Asset Monetisation Plan is and what Congress does...
Contrary to claims of Congress party, Asset Monetisation Plan does not involve sale of asset, ownership of monetised assets remain with govt
Economic crisis, starvation, chaos or stability and possible partnership with the USA? The road ahead for Afghanistan under the Taliban
The Kabul airport attack was what so many feared would happen following the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan.
Who are the ISKP? The group that has claimed responsibility for Kabul airport attack, active in India too
Several Indian Muslims had travelled to Afghanistan to join the Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP).
Diksha Shinde used false credentials to apply, not employed, not paid by us: NASA clarifies on Maharashtra teenager controversy
NASA, while responding to OpIndia's queries seeking clarification on the Diksha Shinde saga, said that she is neither employed by NASA nor has been awarded fellowship as that opportunity is only for US citizens.
Alauddin Khilji’s attack on Chittorgarh: The legend of Rani Padmini and the enduring Islamist legacy of brutalising women
Alauddin Khilji had attacked and captured the Chittorgarh fort on 26 August 1303 in a historic and brutal battle
Bengal post-poll violence rape victim alleges TMC goons are outside her house, may attack her, expresses fear
Speaking to SC advocate Monika Arora, Ritu said she fears the TMC goons might attack her house any minute
From Iraq to Yemen to Libya to Kabul: Some of the toughest evacuations executed by the Modi government
In the last few years, India has been one of the countries that has been remarkably successful in executing its evacuation plans and bringing its stranded citizens back home