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Story Posted on 11-02-2016


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Gujarat Fake Encounter, 26/11 Mumbai Attacks, David Headley, Ishrat Jahan

Will Ishrat Jahan's sympathisers say sorry now?

After David Headley's testimony, the 'LeT operative's' supporters are trying to change the narrative.


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Siachen, Indian Army, Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad

Mourn Hanamanthappa, but spare a thought for other jawans

It is time we improved their lot and gave our army men a decent living standard.


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IndvsSL, Cricket, Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli

What happens now if Anushka Sharma stays away from cricket?

[Satire] And what if she doesn't.


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Shah Jahan, Agra, Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal is as much a symbol of love as Mughal power

What remains a mystery, however, is what plans Shah Jahan had for his own burial.


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ABVP, Kashmir, JNU, Afzal Guru

'Anti-national' JNU clash over Afzal Guru: Death of free speech on campus

Nationalism cannot have two narrative streams while in opposition and when in government.


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Women's Rights, Sexual harassment at work, Teri, RK Pachauri

Pachauri promotion: TERI has sent out a scary message

Fight at your own risk.


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Media, Donald Trump, Narendra Modi

Why didn't Indian media oppose Modi the way America is grilling Trump?

When journalists are busy taking selfies with the PM instead of doing their job, we know that something is wrong.


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Fitoor, Katrina Kaif, Dubsmash

[Hilarious] Katrina-Aditya's role reversal in Fitoor dubsmash will have you in splits

The actors, along with MTV VJ Zerxes Wadia, took to social media to promote their upcoming film.


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Juvenile Justice Bill, Children, Arun Jaitley, Budget 2016

Jaitley must give us a children-friendly Budget 2016

They may not be voters as yet but they are going to decide on future governments.


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Nawaz Sharif, Narendra Modi, Pakistan Policy, India-Pak

Modi government's Pakistan policy deserves credit

Consistency - which critics argue is missing in our stand vis-à-vis Islamabad - is not necessarily a virtue in foreign relations.