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Story Posted on 21-11-2014


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Rape, Congress, Nehru, Swadeshi

Seven ways Mulayam has betrayed his mentor

What differentiates Ram Manohar Lohia from his student Mulayam Singh Yadav.


 |  Papad-azzi  |  3-minute read
Bollywood Gossip

Why is Bollywood first wives' club jealous of Kiran Rao

Your weekly dose of gossip from Bollywood.


 |  BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES  |  5-minute read
Taj Mahal, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Imam Bukhari, Azam Khan

Taj Mahal: It’s a shame Azam Khan’s wish is not your command

Won't it be better if Azam simply gifts the Taj to Mulayam Singh Yadav for the all the minority welfare programmes his son failed to launch?


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Scheme, Flats, DDA Draw

How long is the wait for DDA flats?

The DDA might unintentionally be playing with emotions.


 |  KOCH DIARIES  |  7-minute read
Bhavna Yadav, Delhi University, Honour Killing

Why the DU honour killing is not shocking

Girls like Bhavna Yadav come to the capital, learn to dream, dream of a flight towards freedom from regressive mentalities. But back home, the story doesn't change.


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Myanmar, G20, Fiji, Australia

Modi blogs on his visit to Myanmar, Australia and Fiji

What did we achieve and what were the outcomes for India during these visits.


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India, Spirituality, Jaggi Vasudev

We are a godless nation

Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev on who gets to define Indian culture, why we managed to live organically with our differences for a millennia, and why going back to that means ditching blue jeans.


 |  Breaking Views  |  2-minute read
Godman, Baba Rampal

Godmen or Conmen?

Like Rampal, many of our "Godmen" are beneficiaries of a cash rich "God" industry which continues to thrive under political patronage.


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Ebola, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Northeast

Making sense of breaking stories

Short analysis of the day's leading developing headlines.


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Conflict, Swar Utsav, Indian classical music

How music transcends conflict

In the universe of Indian classical music there is a common thread of wisdom and spirituality that neither recognises nor nurtures, any caste, colour, creed.