Maharashtra: Police arrest occult practitioner ‘Baba Karim Khan Bengali’ for cheating young woman, media reports call him ‘Tantrik’
On Monday, a self-proclaimed 33-year-old occult practitioner named Baba Karim Khan Bengali was arrested by Navi Mumbai police in Maharashtra for duping a 26-year-old woman of Rs 4.57 lakh after promising her of performing "black magic" to lure her estranged lover into marrying her.
You see, Satish Acharya wouldn't really want to be Charlie Hebdo'ed, right?
There are around 1000 state-run madarsas in Assam and that the state spends about Rs 260 crore annually on them.
Mahua Moitra had reportedly got angry after seeing a journalist at a party meeting, and had said "who has called this two-paisa press here."
Indians, how they get ‘secularism’ so horribly wrong and how the atmosphere changed after Islam and Christianity entered India
Indians are generally highly intelligent. Yet when it comes to secularism, most intellectuals, media and politicians get the concept wrong, so wrong that it looks as if Indians were purposely fed wrong information.
Remembering Sushma Swaraj: Watch her historic speech in Lok Sabha on secularism, being unapologetic Hindu and Ram Mandir
In June 1996, Sushma Swaraj had spoken in Lok Sabha on secularism, communalism, Ram Mandir and being an unapologetic Hindu
Petition seeks to restore Preamble of Constitution of India to the one originally drafted by Dr Ambedkar. Do you know who changed the constitution...
A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court of India to restore the Preamble of Constitution to the one originally drafted by Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar, the architect of Indian Constitution.
NGOs, Environmentalist silent as ‘secular’ Shiv Sena allows axing of 300 trees for metro construction in Mumbai
After creating a ruckus over the felling of trees in Aarey forest, the Congress alliance partner - Shiv Sena has now decided to cut and transplant more than 300 for the elevated Metro-2A corridor between Dahisar and DN Nagar in Mumbai
Here are 10 incidents in last three months when journalists were attacked at ‘tolerant and secular’ gatherings
There have been several cases where mobs attacked journalists brutally and the 'ecosystem' kept shut
Non-Muslims are requested to carry out anti-CAA protests in non-Muslim majority areas too: Read how these protests have roots in Ram Janmabhoomi verdict
The more you read such posts on social media, the more you realise that the anger is more about the Ayodhya verdict than the CAA.