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UK: BBC criticised for ‘hostile’ interview of Zara Mohammed, the first female leader of British Muslim Council

In the interview, the host Emma Barnett had confronted Mohammed on various issues of Islam, including the number of female imams in the country.

Netizens have a field day after Myntra decides to change its logo over ‘insulting to women’ complaint

Myntra has decided to rework its logo after it ran into a controversy over its alleged 'insulting' and 'offensive' logo.

Woman who claims to work for AYUSH ministry says ‘rapes happen because Lord Ram is worshipped’, ministry denies she works for them

According to her Facebook profile, Hinduphobe Niharika works as a public speaker and a media consultant with Ministry of Ayush, Govt of India.

The controversy around Sunil Gavaskar’s comments and Anushka Sharma’s reaction to it only highlights the perils of pseudo feminism

Sunil Gavaskar made a benign reference to the viral video of Anushka bowling to Virat Kohli during the lockdown.

Controversy erupts after Sudarshan News publishes a snippet of its upcoming report on Muslims clearing UPSC exams: All you need to know

Sudarshan News claims that there has been a sudden rise in number of Muslim candidates clearing UPSC exams, and marks obtained by them

The Caravan’s ‘health journalist’ is upset that BMC sanitised the Bachchans’ residence after Amitabh and Abhishek test positive for coronavirus

Health journalist Vidya Krishnan shows ignorance of health protocol for Coronavirus, objects to sanitisation of COVID-19 patient

Making sense of the tax on parota vs roti debate: Read what the GST authority’s ruling exactly says

The tax order saying parotas are not rotis is applicable only for packaged parotas, and not for regular parota available at restaurants

VP of India tweets picture of Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar in saffron robes on his birth anniversary, deletes after ‘secular’ outrage

Vice President of India, Venkaiah Naidu greeted the nation on the birth anniversary of Tamil poet, philosopher and saint, Thiruvalluvar.

No, Sadhvi Pragya Thakur did not insult menial cleaning jobs, this is what she meant

Pragya Thakur was saying that cleaning drains does not come under the responsibilities of an MP

Mangoes turning saffron from green after Modi’s victory is a huge concern, activists say

The is being seen along with developments like colour of Indian cricket team's jersey turning saffron from blue.

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