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Why the Gurugram namaz issue is unprecedented in the history of Hindu-Muslim relations in India

Why won’t the “Hindutva extremists” just let the Muslims perform their prayers? Why don’t these “Hindutva extremists” just live and let live?

Casteist professor who once said Twitter is ‘casteist’ for not verifying him now hails the new Twitter chief because he is a Baniya

After Dalit activists targeted new Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal assuming he is Brahmin, The Print columnist hails him because he is Baniya

“This is calumny”: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman responds to The Print report attributing fake quote to her, the portal removes the report

Nirmala Sitharaman says The Print report on her is fake and defamatory as the quotes attributed to her by the portal are not hers.

Research scholar calls out Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint for misleading, click-baity headlines

This is not the first time ThePrint's ethics are questioned

Politicisation of India’s historic Asian Games performance is unfair to our athletes

The Asian Games of 1951 and 2018 were very different, comparing the two and projecting the success from a political perspective is unfair to the athletes and their hard work

Of digital media, censorship, regulation and freedom

Any regulation that can just as easily morph into a tool of censorship must be opposed

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