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United States pulls up Pakistan over the new social media restrictions

Pakistan has passed a set of regulations last month, granting immense powers to the government to fine or ban social media platforms over their users’ content

Supreme Court eases norms laid by Maharashtra Government for dance bars in the state

Supreme Court dilutes Maharastra government's Act, regulating dance bars in the state.

Following Modi govt’s crackdown foreign funding of Indian NGOs drops by 66%

This is a result of the government's crackdown on FCRA violations

Govt revokes JNU’s FCRA registration after it failed to file its annual returns

Other institutes whose licenses have been revoked include IIT Dehi and Delhi University

Yogi govt stops funding of 46 madrasas for not adhering to regulations

There are total of 560 fully aided madrasas in the state

Center and Supreme Court tighten the screws to make NGOs more accountable for their actions

There would be no financial free run for the NGOs just because they claim to be involved in working for the betterment of the society

Dear Supreme Court, tell me how to celebrate Hindu festivals

An ode to the SC, to make religious customs safe

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Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has a prolonged meltdown, announces a movie on Arnab Goswami, “Arnab, The News Prostitute”

Ram Gopal Varma vented his spleen against the Republic TV Editor-in-Chief in a series of tweets on Twitter.

Is ED violating its guidelines by registering money laundering case in connection with SSR’s death? Here’s how NDTV journalists peddled fake news

The Enforcement Directorate has recently lodged a case of money laundering in connection with the alleged suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput.

Second FIR registered against Drone Boy’ Prathap after he calls his lawyer to his hotel to arrange for ‘bail from his quarantine’: Here’s what...

'Drone Boy' N.M. Prathap has had a second FIR registered against him after he violated quarantine for the second time.

Delhi violence started with Ladeeda’s call to Jihad on 11th December, now, she has another message ahead of Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan

Ladeeda Farzana, the face of the violent protests that swept Jamia Millia Islamia University last year, shared the picture of Babri structure with the message: "Never forget, never forgive"

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Here is why #BabyPenguin is trending on Twitter, and why Aaditya Thackeray is called so by some

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Delhi Police confirm OpIndia report, say that Tahir Hussain has confessed he had planned the Delhi riots to teach Hindus a lesson

Tahir Hussain confesses before Delhi police that he had planned the Delhi Riots, collected materials in advance for the same

Barkha Dutt interviews Sushant Singh Rajput’s therapist, who breaks client confidentiality to give a clean chit to Rhea in middle of investigation

Barkha Dutt and Susan Walker Moffat breaks patient confidentiality by releasing mental illness history of Sushant Singh Rakput

Why it’s wrong to call Aatish Taseer a ‘bastard’ even if he is one

All Amit Shah ever did to Taseer was revoke a privilege that allowed him to circumvent the usual visa application process that common people go through.

Delhi violence started with Ladeeda’s call to Jihad on 11th December, now, she has another message ahead of Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan

Ladeeda Farzana, the face of the violent protests that swept Jamia Millia Islamia University last year, shared the picture of Babri structure with the message: "Never forget, never forgive"

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