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Story Posted on 14-10-2015


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Dadri Lynching, Sahitya Akademi Award

By returning awards, we are forcing everyone to think

Atamjit, Punjabi playwright, on why he returned his Sahitya Akademi award.


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Muslims, Narendra Modi, Constitution, Uniform Civil Code

Why debate on Uniform Civil Code is godsend opportunity for BJP

The party will win accolades by implementing it, provided it is cautious enough not to make it a communal issue.


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India Vs South Africa, MS Dhoni

You wouldn't believe Dhoni's logic!

For second ODI vs South Africa.


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Sudheendra kulkarni, Dadri Murder

Dear Modiji, here are five easy ways to save India

If you are not doing any of this, then you are shedding crocodile tears and exposing yourself further.


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Net Neutrality, Internet.Org, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg

The day I met Mark Zuckerberg

The Facebook honcho says he's pushing forward with ideas and dreams because no one else seems willing to pursue them.


 |  The Cynic  |  4-minute read
Kalburgi murder, Sahitya Akademi

Oh No! Another open letter to the Sahitya Akademi

Here's why I am compelled to return my award in advance.


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Keki Daruwalla, Sahitya Akademi

Poet Keki N Daruwalla on why he is returning Sahitya Akademi award

The Akademi has a voice and that could have been used for attacking the mindset which is behind murders like Kalburgi's.


 |  Court Marshal  |  4-minute read
Public transport, Pollution, Delhi

Pollution tax will put Delhi on highway to hell

It's likely to increase traffic and also leave scope for misuse of the exemption to bypass the order.


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Narendra Modi, Congress, BJP, Dynasty politics

Is the BJP against dynasty?

The long list of political sons and daughters, who have been given election tickets in Bihar polls, suggests otherwise.


 |  Miscellany  |  4-minute read
Homosexuality, Section 377, Workplaces, LGBT rights

Why we need LGBT-friendly workplaces

Radhika Piramal agrees that her status as the boss of VIP Industries may have shielded her from discrimination at work.