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The return of ‘Award Wapsi’: As farmers protest continue, former Punjab sportspersons want to return awards

Punjab sportspersons have claimed that they will go to Delhi on 5th December and put their awards outside Rashtrapati Bhavan

Did Munnawar Rana steal the lines of his famous poem ‘Maa’ from a couplet by poet Alok Srivastava? All you need to know

Recently, Munawwar Rana's controversial tweet alluding Hindus as animals had kicked up a storm in the social media.

In Winter 2019 ‘Award Wapsi’ season, Shashi Tharoor to accept Sahitya Akademi Award since it is not union govt nominated

Thiruvananthapuram MP and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor won Sahitya Akademi Award for his book An Era of Darkness.

Award wapsi gang returns, writes to EC alleging ‘serious irregularities’ in conduct of 2019 general elections

In the letter, ex-babus, 'concerned citizens' and veterans have cited media reports claiming 'irregularities' in the conduct of the elections.

Over 100 little known filmmakers issue joint statement, urge people to vote against BJP

Over a hundred little known filmmakers, who very few people have heard of, have issued a joint statement asking people to vote the BJP out of power. Coming under the banner of 'Save Democracy', the artists claim that they have come together "to protect the democracy of the country."

Former Sahitya Akademy President claims Award Wapsi was a politically motivated organised act

He said he has evidence that shows the 'Award wapsi' campaign was orchestrated and managed by a few with political agenda

If social media had not supported Indu Sarkar, I’d have gone into depression: Madhur Bhandarkar

Exclusive interview with Madhur Bhandarkar, where he talks about the movie and Bollywood’s hypocrisy.

Actor Piyush Mishra rejects “growing intolerance” clamor, blames left for maligning Hindus

Mishra said that communal divide had always existed in the country and everyone, including Congress and Left, had only worked to widen it.

“Tolerant” people force Literature Festival organizer to quit as they didn’t like his views

Writers calling themselves as “liberals” and “tolerant” force Vikram Sampath, Founder Director of Bangalore Literature Festival, to quit.

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