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Indian Express, enough is enough: Pehlu Khan was a cow-smuggler

Indian Express can’t expect its readers—and I am one—to be polite any longer, especially, after its Pehlu Khan reportage

Intellectual Maulanas and Ayatollahs in suits and boots are rattled by Arif Mohammad Khan and there is good reason why

Arif Mohammad Khan shattered the myth of perpetual victimhood that the liberal fraternity constantly feeds the Muslim community.

Politics and propaganda of ‘Dara Hua Musalman’ continues over Tabrez Ansari, while Hindu victims are ignored summarily

Modi’s political opposition may be weak, but the media has taken the role with the narrative of Dara Hua Musalman

Move over Narendra Modi, there is a new ‘hated figure’ in ‘Left Liberal’ town

Move over Narendra Modi as there is a new 'hated figure' in the town who is earning the wrath of 'Liberals' these days - Virat Kohli

In the winter of his public life, why can’t Dr Manmohan Singh engage his own staff rather than being petulant?

The latest bit is Dr Singh’s refusal to accept the trimmed numbers of his personal staff to five—two each personal assistants and peons and one lower-division clerk—against the 14 he perceives is his right.

Tulsi Gabbard might find the United State’s stance on religious freedom a joke

A new report—“Religious Persecution in the United States”--has burned Uncle Sam at the stake of religious discrimination on its land over the centuries.

Guess who supported the Emergency? The Communists, of course

Every anniversary of Emergency in India (June 25, 1975) and worn-out clichés on muzzling media, despotic Indira, state repression and the complicity of judiciary begin to do rounds.

‘Oops, it’s my Hindi’: Congress’ perennial excuse

It’s only incidental that all the names who have had faux pas on Hindi are from Congress party.

‘Activist’ Harsh Mander weaves a web of lies to scaremonger about NRC and Foreigners Tribunals in Assam

Harsh Mander lies that burden of proof for citizenship lies on the state, which according to law lies on the individual

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Second Pinjra Tod activist Devangana Kalita booked under UAPA in the Delhi riots case

Pinjra Tod activist and JNU student Devangana Kalita booked under UAPA for Delhi riots, she is under judicial custody after her arrest

Hackers take down website of Maneka Gandhi’s NGO after she blamed people of Malappuram district for the death of pregnant elephant

The hackers put a message on the web page saying that Maneka Gandhi used the matter of elephant's death for dirty politics.

Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh apologizes for casteist remark against Yuzvendra Chahal

Yuvraj Singh took to Twitter and expressed regret for the comment which was made during a conversation with Rohit Sharma.

Darbhanga, Bihar: Massive explosion in one Nazir’s house, locals suspect bombs and not firecrackers responsible for blast

Local residents in Darbhanga claimed that the explosion took place at Nazir's house while making bombs and not due to fire crackers.

Markaz management deliberately disregarded police instructions to send back its members, central govt tells SC

Markaz management did not inform about the Tablighi Jamaat gathering to authorities, centre tells SC in affidavit

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Times of India journalist Samina Shaikh tries to shame Hindus over the killing of pregnant elephant in Kerala

In Hinduism, Lord Ganesha has the head of an elephant and elephants are also considered holy.

Woman ‘protestor’ poops on an overturned police car in middle of riots in America. Watch the video (or maybe not)

A woman was seen defecating on a damaged police car in USA, an act video recorded and photographed by onlookers

GoAir fires trainee officer Asif Khan after screenshots of his Hinduphobic comment went viral on social media

GoAir has terminated the employment of one Asif Khan after his anti-Hindu offensive comments on social media went viral.

“Your mother was Hindu, how can we trust you?” Read shocking revelations by the niece of Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his family refused to believe the niece's allegations stating that they cannot trust the daughter of a Hindu.

One suspect arrested in Kerala pregnant elephant death case, autopsy report reveals she could not eat for two weeks after cracker explosion in mouth

The forest department in Kerala has arrested one suspect in the case of death of a pregnant wild elephant in Kerala

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