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Twisted Threads: A brilliant work of satire by Bhavesh Kansara that is bound to leave readers LLRC

A sharp, witty and brilliant satire on today's politics in India, Kansara's book is a must-read.

Madhya Pradesh: Muslim man defying all odds marries a transgender women on Valentine’s Day

The two tied the knot in a Hindu ceremony in a temple on February 14 and also plan a nikaah as per Muslim traditions.

’80 percent of Vatican Priests are gay’, new book blows the lid of rampant homosexuality within ‘homophobic’ Vatican

The book by Frédéric Martel, In the Closet of the Vatican, that is a detailed account of homosexuality within the Church is a “startling account of corruption and hypocrisy at the heart of the Vatican” according to its publisher, Bloomsbury.

My Name Is RaGa trailer review: We get the balconies and the chiffon saree, but where are the mobile factories?

In what is very unfair treatment of brave journalism, it is Rahul Kanwal's voice and not Pallavi Ghosh's or Sagarika Ghose's that announces RaGa's rise to great power in India's politics.

Banned by Mughal ruler Akbar 450 years ago, Panchkosi Parikrama restarted at Prayagraj Kumbh

The three-day long yatra involves the darshana of various ancient religious places starting from Akshayvat to the Ashram of Hrishi Bhardvaj.

Inspired by Indian Railways, Japan set to engrave ‘Madhubani’ art on its trains

Japan authorities have requested the Piyush Goyal-led Railway Ministry to send a team of Mithila artists so that Japan can emulate the art form on its trains. 

Hashtag: The social media summit, a social media and youth conclave by Incredible Bharat Foundation

OpIndia is the digital partner in the English media space for the event.
Priyanka Gandhi , the new Taimur of Indian politics

Move over Rahul baba, Priyanka Vadra is the new Taimur Ali Khan of Indian politics

There ain't no dimples deep enough, ain't no cheekbones high enough, that can keep our secular, liberal media from singing the glory of the new princess.

This year’s Kumbh saw thousands abjuring lucrative vocations like Engineering, Management to become Naga Sadhus

More than 10000 people are expected to renounce the world and embrace the Naga sect in this year's Kumbh

Beyond the moat and the high gates

What must have transpired at 10, Janpath. Or maybe not

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