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The stand-off with Twitter is not about politics, it’s about a ‘messiah syndrome’: Read what it is

It is not BJP vs Congress fight. The Twitter battle belongs to an altogether different war, especially in India, with 'woke' support

How I discovered that Bengal is full of ‘meat-eating vegetarians’

The BJP is now polling a solid 15 per cent of the vote in Kerala and gaining ground in Puducherry. And then, there is Bengal.

PM Modi and his mother abused live on air by a caller on a BBC radio show on Sikhs in the UK

BBC edited the program and the host offered apology after caller abused PM Modi and his mother during a live radio show

Turiyavād: A Socio-Political Framework Premised on Truth and Transcendence in Life, Society and Politics

Dogma and ideological stagnation has percolated through the cracks and crevices of contemporary life, society and politics.

China sending a senior political leader to Nepal to access ground situation amidst political chaos in Nepal Communist Party

As the Nepal Communist Party has split into two, China is sending a senior political leader to Kathmandu to assess the political situation

Rahul Gandhi peddles The Print’s lies about India-Russia relations, gets ‘fact-checked’ by the Russian Embassy in India

Rahul Gandhi's attempt to mislead people on India-Russia annual summit caused another 'egg-on-the-face' moment for Congress.

West Bengal: After Suvendu Adhikari’s exit, four TMC ministers skip cabinet meeting, speculations rife

The political landscape in West Bengal heats up as the state gears up for assembly elections in 2021

Opposition politicise PM Modi’s Gurdwara visit, terms it appeasement politics by relating with ‘farmer’ protests

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib in Delhi in an unscheduled visit on Sunday

With an information overdose on social media and deluge of OTT platforms, it is time to be digitally ‘Atmanirbhar’

Getting 'cancelled' or ostracized on social media may seem harmless, but as these technologies weave themselves tighter into our day to day lives, the impacts of such cancellations can be far-reaching.

How to be a “political scientist” – Bihar edition

Meet D M Diwakar, an eminent political scientist of the A N Sinha Institute of Social Sciences in Patna.

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