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Netizens demand arrest of ‘comedian’ Abish Mathew after his sexist tweet on Mayawati goes viral

The tweet had sexist, insulting statement against the prominent Dalit leader and former UP CM.

Comedian Neville Shah apologises for ‘quota admission’ joke after 5 year old video clip went viral

Stand-up comedian Neville Shah has issued an apology after a video clip of his performance five years ago went viral on social media.

Munawar Faruqui case: Co-accused Nalin Yadav quits stand-up comedy and starts working as a daily labourer

Nalin Yadav said that he could not go back to stand-up comedy as cafes where he had performed don't want him back

Comedian Rahul Dua deletes YouTube video, apologises for hurting the feelings of dentists and physiotherapists: Here is what he had said

"I don't know why physiotherapists call themselves doctors. After all, it is just an expensive massage," Rahul Dua had said.

While trying to mock Modi supporters, ‘comedian’ Mohit Morani mocks the Kashmiri Pandit exodus

In a gig mocking PM Modi's supporters, Mohit Morani was seen mocking the traumatic exodus of Kashmiri Pandit community

The paper-tigers of the Indian comedy circus: How mocking Hindus is a free hit but other faiths is a no-go

Indian comedians have displayed evangelical zeal in poking fun at Hindus and their faith but they have not exhibited the same alacrity in sneering at Islam and Christianity

Madhya Pradesh: Court denies bail to controversial ‘comedian’ Munawar Faruqui and another accused of hate speech against Hindu deities

Munawar Faruqui was arrested for making derogatory remarks against Hindu deities and Amit Shah during a show in Indore.

If Munawar Faruqui were ‘Charlie Hebdo’, he’d have been beheaded, not arrested, so cut the crap

Munawar Faruqui was arrested for insulting Hindu Gods in Madhya Pradesh following one of his new year performances.

‘Comedian’ Munawar Faruqui, who mocked Hindu victims of the Godhra riots of 2002 in his shows, sent to judicial custody

A local court in Indore rejected the bail pleas of the accused and sent them in judicial custody. Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Aman Singh Bhuria refused to grant bail to Faruqui and other four and remanded them in judicial custody till January 13.

Madhya Pradesh police arrest 4 other ‘standup comedians’ along with Munawar Faruqui for mocking Hindu deities and customs

A video had gone viral in which a group of Hindu activists roughed up the comedians for insulting Hindu Gods in Indore

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