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POLITICS

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Amit Shah, Bihar polls, RSS, Narendra Modi

Modi must respect elders, or suffer

How the PM weathers the storm will determine the clout he is left with.

POLITICS

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Shah Rukh Khan, Indian Muslims, Religious Intolerance

Phir bhi dil hai Hindustani: NRIs outraged over SRK's treatment

Why are these ministers talking like this? Why doesn't Modi ever condemn their remarks?

POLITICS

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Shah Rukh Khan, Sahitya Akademi, Religious Intolerance

Does SRK have the right to speak of extreme intolerance in India?

King Khan is a Muslim whose status is vastly different from that of Mohammad Akhlaq.

POLITICS

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National Award, Vidya Balan, AwardWapsi

Bhakts, don't rejoice yet, Vidya Balan is still a liberal

Her refusal to return the National Award stems from love for an institution, not this or that government.

LIFE

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Marriage, George Clooney, Imran Khan

What George Clooney can teach Imran Khan about marriage

The Hollywood heartthrob never shies away from admitting in public that wife Amal is several notches over and above him in intellect and political commitment.

POLITICS

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LIFE

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Feminism, Women, Karva Chauth

Karva Chauth is regressive. Real men fast

I have never felt less than a man. Never. If anything, always more.

POLITICS

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SAARC, Narendra Modi, India-Nepal

No, Nepal isn't the 'most beautiful state of India'

The general attitude among Nepalis is that whatever their southern neighbour does for them is in its own interest.

ART & CULTURE

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Salman Khan, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, Bollywood

Kudos to Sooraj Barjatya for making another horrendous film, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

The director still thinks that a film as gaudy as the Salman Khan-Sonam Kapoor starrer can work.

HUMOUR

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Shiv Sena

Haggling in an open market in Mumbai

This is what plays out when a Gujarati named Shah bumps into a Marathi chap who goes by the name Shiv while shopping.