Topic: Divisive politics

Swarajya Magazine's Swati Goel Sharma demolishes IndiaSpend's selective reportage on so-called hate crimes.
SP, BSP and Congress are all set to fool the public again.
After fifteen long years, Congress has begun its innings in Madhya Pradesh on a message of hatred towards the people of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar by CM Kamal Nath
Arvind Kejriwal and his duality on divisive politics
Times Now misinterprets Yogi Adityanath's statement in Alwar, Rajasthan
Unfortunate that Indian Express chooses to point out religious identity in matter of national concern
Congress leader of opposition in Gujarat defends Alpesh Thakor, after he was accused of instigating violence against migrants;
The TMC government had announced last month that they would give Rs.10,000 each to all the Durga Puja committees in the state.
Unfortunate that Arvind Kejriwal has taken the political discourse in India to such a low level where he communalises a death.
The very real possibility of the Hindu terror narrative being resurrected cannot be ignored.
The announcement of financial aid from the UAE was done by the Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan
Some people afflicted with hyper-intellect have also suggested that Maharashtra join this band of Southern states.
Anti-Brahmin bigotry is quite acceptable in Indian intellectual circles.
As Fadnavis said in his banners, “Ha shabda mazaa aahe.“
From Dalit protests to Padmaavat protests to Sterlite protests, they all seem politically motivated.
According to Rahul's statement, it was clear that he was accusing Modi and the RSS
Former Chief Minister has regularly attacked Narendra Modi and Yogi Adityanath as being outsiders in Karnataka.
Kapil Mishra has accused Arvind Kejriwal and his team of playing divisive communal politics.
They are seen sloganeering 'Jai Shree Ram' and dancing on drums outside what looks like a mosque.
The Congress party and Rahul Gandhi must answer

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