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2019 poised to be a vibrant, eventful game as volunteers on Social Media start #ModiOnceMore campaign

Volunteers have started campaigning and coming together to ensure a Modi victory in 2019

Farah Khan and her kids attacked by Islamists for performing a puja

Earlier too many celebrities have been trolled by Islamist fundamentalists for celebrating Hindu festivals and traditions.

‘Islamophobic’ Dutch Politician receives death threats on Twitter from Pakistani Muslims for a now cancelled cartoon contest

In June, Geert Wilders had announced cartoon competition to be held at his party's parliamentary offices. Later in August, he was forced to cancel the event

Haryana police nabs three AAP workers for spreading fake news about CM Khattar, AAP condemns police action

Haryana police has arrested AAP workers for allegedly spreading fake news about CM Khattar.

Facebook employee leaks 1400 page rulebook for content management, exposes faultlines

2018 has not proved a very pleasant year for the social media giant, Facebook

Mitchel Johnson accused Times of India of faking interview, TOI says Australian cricketer has faint memory

Mitchell Johnson stated that he has not spoken to anyone from TOI.

While issuing clean chit to Dr Manmohan Singh, Barkha Dutt forgets Singh’s editorial interference in NDTV during UPA era

Barkha Dutt has delivered her verdict that Manmohan Singh was a true liberal and proclaims that one does not have to wait for history to judge him.
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Molestation accused Vinod Dua maliciously edits video clip of Nitin Gadkari to claim Gadkari spoke against Modi govt

Vinod Dua's attempt to discredit the NDA government led by Prime Minister Modi by using a doctored video is not surprising as Dua has a track record of resorting to this sort of unethical and shoddy journalism to target the BJP.

Naseeruddin Shah skips Ajmer Lit Fest after protests over his controversial remarks

People on Twitter too had called out at the veteran actor for his remark.

Not just hijabs but mufflers, scarves, mangalsutras, all removed for NET exams

Not only hijab but also mangalsutra, bangles and other Hindu religious symbols are also asked to be removed before entering the exam hall

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