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Odisha's Raja festival celebrating the earth's womanhood

Raja Parba: Odisha’s unique festival celebrating the earth’s womanhood

As a mark of respect towards mother earth during her menstruation days, all agricultural works, like ploughing and sowing are suspended for the three days.

How media glossed over the fact that dancers were asked to strip at an Eid celebration and not just any ‘cultural event’

The reportage surrounding this horrific incident in Assam has been nothing short of shameful, to say the least.

AAP leaders fight amongst themselves over which is best way to protest against child sexual abuse

Delhi Commission for Women Chairperson and AAP Haryana chief Pandit Naveen Jaihind's wife Swati Maliwal took an offence at AAP leader Alok Agarwal calling her husband's 'Tapasya' as protest against child abuse as 'nautanki'

Throwback: When Yuvraj Singh owned the Nairobi Gymkhana Ground in 2000

While the darkest hour in Indian Cricket claimed a couple of its stars, it also opened up the spot in the middle order for a youngster by the name of Yuvraj Singh.
MLAM Hizbullah has stated that Muslims are in majority in the world and cannot be subjugated

Muslims are a minority in Sri Lanka, but a majority in the world and won’t be subjugated: Former Governor in Mosque address

It is notable here that the town Kattanakudy is in the very centre of radicalism and Wahabi extremist activities that have been linked with the Easter bombings.

Kya alien le gaye viman? Zee Rajasthan wonders if ‘aliens’ abducted IAF’s missing AN-32 aircraft which is still missing with 13 onboard

Is the China border inhabited by aliens which took away our IAF's AN-32 aircraft and hid in its UFO? Zee Rajasthan has some questions
Bollywood's Sarees have never needed blouses

Dear people against Priyanka Chopra, Bollywood has never needed blouses to support the sarees

Bollywood's Sarees have been as free-flying, logic-killing, gravity-defying and myth-busting like Bollywood's movies.

The campaign against Akshaya Patra: Fuelled more by morbid bigotry and vested interests than concerns for children welfare?

The Akshaya Patra Foundation (APF) is under attack again from motivated activists for its mid-day meals.

Karl Marx had impregnated his maid and didn’t own up the child

A well-kept secret from the dark side of Karl Marx's life which he didn't want you to know

World Cup in numbers – It’s all about India

India will play its first match in World Cup on Wednesday, June 5 at Southampton, England.

I am a Delhi resident and I do not want a ‘free metro ride’

Women aren't special snowflakes who need 'free metro and bus rides'.

Arvind Kejriwal should refund Rs 5,700 crore ‘extra tax’ to the exchequer

Delhi government should explain why they are extorting Rs 38,000 more in form of fees from the exchequer

Meltdown continues: ‘Krantikari’ journalist suggests referendum idea to strengthen EVM hacking theory

'Journalist' Punya Prasun Bajpai suggests ways to undermine democracy, says voters should sign against their names and declare who they voted for.
hate crime

The cooked up Gurugram ‘hate crime’ incident: A nefarious tactic to pave the way for a revolution?

The much talked about Gurugram 'hate crime' has turned out to be another instance where a crime was deliberately peddled to have been motivated by religious hatred without any basis in fact.
The left needs to realise that new red lines have been drawn in India and they have to adapt

Dear ‘Left’, news red lines have been drawn, adapt or perish

The time has changed. This country has drawn new red lines. If you continue operating in the manner that you are, you will perish. And I for one, won’t miss you.

11 World Cups, 406 matches, 5 champion nations, 165 hundreds and much more: The World Cups in numbers

11 World Cups, 406 matches, 5 champion nations, 165 hundreds and numerous other records, so why not look into the numbers game?

I am an Indian Muslim, stop feeling sorry for me

Journalists should get off their high horses and step out of their studios to see how nothing really has changed for an average Muslim
Indian cricketer Ravindra Jadeja

Jadeja shines in India vs New Zealand warm-up game, creates selection dilemma for team management

Although India lost badly to New Zealand in the warm-up game, Ravindra Jadeja performed well.

Congress is now reduced to a ‘vote cutter’ party, costing its allies as many as 9 seats in UP

The grand old party has reduced itself to a fringe party which cuts into votes costing their own former ally as many as 9 seats in UP

A tribute to OpIndia’s fallen star

On 13th May 2019, Devandhu Rajput succumbed to cancer.

Rahul Gandhi should not fire his data analysis chief, but promote him. Here is why

The divine vision of Praveen Chakravarty, "Big Data" head of Congress, is too precious

Why Modi Matters: Sadhvi Pragya and the definitive shift in the Overton Window of the Country

Sadhvi Pragya's victory over Digvijay Singh is particularly symbolic of the cultural shift in the country.
The people of India have chosen PM Narendra Modi

Yes, EVMs were hacked, by the people who chose nationalism over casteism, and development over divide

It's not Modi who has hacked the EVMs but the public that trusts its beloved leader in shaping their dream of a stronger India.
NYT peddles Modi 2.0 as victory of India's most divisive leader

Dear New York Times, India has chosen Modi 2.0, deal with it

When India gives a thumping, unprecedented, overwhelming victory to a man who has made every single Indian feel proud of their nation and heritage, the NYT's heartburn is expected. 
Congress 2019 manifesto: Treason and 'Bharat tere tukde honge acceptable, free speech on social media not

How will India change after 23 May, 2019: A writer lets his imagination run wild

It became clear that we would see a different India after the 2019 election. Here, a writer sets his imagination free.
Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid in 1999 World Cup

Remembering India’s ill-fated 1999 campaign, last time World Cup was held in England

It has been 20 years since the Cricket World Cup was last held in England, and it was a tournament most Indians would like to forget.
Sunil Gavaskar

The first ever World Cup cricket match witnessed India’s most controversial world cup innings

The first ever Cricket World Cup was played in 1975, and the first match of the tournament was between India and England.

BBC tweaks timeline, sets 2024 as the year when Rahul Gandhi will finally come of age and unseat Modi

The BBC eulogises Congress President Rahul Gandhi while giving him five more years to prove himself as a credible politician
England cricketers

2019 World Cup preview: England – Overwhelming favourites but that bowling attack will keep opponents interested

England has a batting line up that is arguably among the best, but will that be enough to be the world champions?
Indian cricket team at World Cup 2019

2019 World Cup preview: India – One of the favourites but the much debated “Number 4” remains a concern

India has the best batting lineup but the middle order remains a concern. Could that hurt in the tournament?

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