The Wire journalist Rohini Singh on Wednesday took to Twitter to share an image wherein she claimed that her child drew a mosque and a temple side by side and wrote an essay on tolerance.
Devendra Fadnavis told Warin Pathan not to mistake tolerance of Hindu community as a weakness
Karnataka: Inspired by Basavanna’s teachings, Muslim man joins Lingayat Matha, to be anointed as head
33-year-old Diwan Sharief Rahimansab Mulla is all set to be anointed as the head of the Murugharajendra Koraneshwara Shantidhama Matha in Asuti village on February 26.
‘Fascist Modi’ or ‘Over Tolerant Modi’: When Modi pardoned Muslim men for sending him threatening letters
Is the Modi Government intolerant or is it too over tolerant?
Congress files complaint against makers of show ‘Sacred Games’ for depicting Rajiv Gandhi in ‘poor light’
The Congress party does not entertain any constructive criticism against the first family of the party.
Pranab Mukherjee and ‘constitutional patriots’ should understand that tolerance is not a one way road
Pranab Mukherjee's idea of Constitutional Patriotism is good, but, we need to fix some contradictions if that idea has to sustain
You are right that some people have reduced ‘nationalism’ to joke, but read on.
#MarchForIndia received a huge response. People deliberately tried to malign the whole event by going against the ideologies they stand for.
Darshan Pal, the coordinator of the farmer protests, was a founding member of Maoist organisation PDFI. Read details
Darshan Pal, who demanded special parliament session to repeal farm laws, was convenor of 51-member executive committee of Maoist group PDFI
This matter was flagged by a Twitter user asking government to take action against Wikipedia for displaying a wrong map of India
‘Jinnah did everything that is banned in Islam’: Images of alcoholic drink ‘Ginnah’ named after Pakistan founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah go viral
A photo of a gin bottle 'Ginnah', eponymously named after Pakistan's founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah, has gone viral on social media websites
Even pandering doesn’t get India Today a free pass: Here is why ‘liberals’ are today cancelling Rajdeep and Rahul Kanwal
'Liberals' are cancelling India Today, Rajdeep Sardesai and Rahul Kanwal over their coverage of the allegations against Shehla Rashid
Pro-AAP blogger Dhruv Rathee wants foreign interference in country’s internal matters to offer Indians a solution
Dhruv Rathee claimed that India’s institutions have already been hijacked and have become puppets at the hands of Modi government
Ex-Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s father Yograj Singh joins Farmer’s protests, justifies “Indira thok di” comment
Multiple videos of Yograj Singh, Yuvraj Singh's father, have gone viral on social media where he has been giving provocative speeches amid the ongoing farmer protests
Indian man proposes to his Australian girlfriend during Ind vs Aus cricket match, here is what happened next
While India's performance has been below par, netizens found happiness in the unusual proposal that became the highlight of the match.
Webchutney: A marketing company with a ‘liberal’ CEO that seems to be dragging Swiggy through the mud
Food delivery app Swiggy recently stoked controversy by responding to a troll account taking an extreme political side
No politicians, farmers only: Centre bars Yogendra Yadav from being a part of farmers’ delegation for the discussions
Yogendra Yadav, a political activist and self-proclaimed psephologist, had wanted to be a part of the discussion but the government objected to his presence.