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Story Posted on 18-01-2016
Ink Attack, Arvind Kejriwal

Come ink or stink, Arvind Kejriwal

No matter how it is wielded, for AK-365, the pen will always be an ally.


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Rape, terrorism and partying is robbing us of a tomorrow

We don't enjoy picnics by the waterside, or appreciate rosy sunsets as those before us.


 |  1-minute read
Cricket, T20 cricket, Chris Gayle

Sex or six: Revealing Chris Gayle’s two-track mind

With a quickie for an explanation.


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Mahatma Gandhi, Indian freedom struggle, Nathuram Godse

Why Nathuram Godse saw Gandhi as the greatest enemy of Hindus

He stood staunchly against the ideologies of the Mahatma which he considered hypocritical.


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Terrorism, Bangladesh War, Islamic State

West Bengal at risk of jihadi extremism. Mamata must help Bangladesh fight terror

It is in India’s own national security interest that it should extend all possible aid to prime minister Sheikh Hasina.


 |  Hello, Health  |  4-minute read
Fitness, Health

Want to lose weight? Stop making resolutions you can' t keep

An abandoned target is far worse than not making one.


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Supreme Court, Prashant Bhushan

The bitter PIL: How Prashant Bhushan gives judiciary a headache

The senior lawyer has left the courts rattled with his endless PILs to uncover scandals.


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Dalits, ABVP, University of Hyderabad, Rohith Vemula

Rohith Vemula’s suicide was a protest

Agnes Amala, PhD scholar, centre for human rights department and ASA member, spoke to Mona Ramavat.


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Hindus, Muslims, Kaliachak, Malda riots

Bengal is a graveyard of Hindus thanks to Muslim appeasement policy

The Kaliachak attack is a natural corollary of the Islamic shift in the demography of the state.


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Health, Work-Life Balance

5 signs your job is slowly killing you

Identify the dangers and make the changes to minimise the damage.