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Navika Kumar

‘Desperate Times, Desperate Measures? Journalist Navika Kumar, who was on Congress’ ‘boycott’ list, accompanies Kamal Nath on his campaign trail

Since the Congress-led I.N.D.I. Alliance is collapsing like a house of cards, the grand old party may have thought it would be prudent to turn back to the media, which it had recently 'boycotted', for help

‘Ghamandiya alliance revealed its highly repressive, dictatorial and negative mindset’: BJP condemns I.N.D.I. Alliance’s decision to boycott anchors

The Bharatiya Janata Party has strongly condemned the decision of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance to boycott 14 news anchors

Times Now Editor-in-Chief Rahul Shivshankar resigns, social media rife with speculations

Times Now Editor-in-Chief Rahul Shivshankar quit the channel on Tuesday, Navika Kumar will handle the operations

Nupur Sharma controversy: SC protects Times Now anchor Navika Kumar, orders states’ police not to take coercive action against her

Navika Kumar was the anchor on Times Now when the debate took place where Nupur Sharma made comments on Prophet Muhammad.

Kejriwal on damage control mode: After calling Kashmir Files a ‘Jhoothi film’, tries to show he cares for Kashmiri Pandits

Looks like Arvind Kejriwal has realized the folly of his actions on the floor of Delhi assembly when he mocked Kashmir Files, and has started a damage control exercise.

Actor Siddharth ‘writes a letter’ to Saina Nehwal for ‘subtle cock’ joke, calls himself ‘staunch feminist’

Siddharth has since deleted his distasteful tweets on Saina Nehwal as well as Times Now's Navika Kumar

Congress spokespersons routinely indulge in abusive behaviour on live TV debates but when an anchor slips up all hell breaks loose

Congress leaders launched a concerted attack against Times Now journalist Navika Kumar after she inadvertently said bl**dy in the same sentence as Rahul Gandhi while discussing the Punjab crisis.

‘Don’t cross your limit’: Bhupesh Baghel warns against using ‘insulting’ words for Rahul Gandhi after Navika Kumar’s ‘bl**dy’ slip up

Navika Kumar, while discussing Punjab political crisis on Tuesday, in flow of conversation, said bl**dy in the same sentence as Rahul Gandhi which has now triggered Congress leaders

‘Mai aaunga na, I will come back for sure’: says Yogi Adityanath on returning as UP Chief Minister

Yogi Adityanath says the BJP will win 350 seats in the upcoming state assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh

‘Those who denied Lord Ram’s existence are now chanting His name’: Yogi Adityanath says that UP is free of riots

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath speaks to Times Now's Navika Kumar.

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