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Story Posted on 18-03-2016


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Sanjay Dutt, Bollywood, Conclave 16

#Conclave16: I am a patroit and won't harm my country, says Sanjay Dutt

The Bollywood actor talks of his long-drawn battle to get his name cleared.


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Afzal Guru, JNU Row, Shehla Rashid, Kanhaiya Kumar

#Conclave16: If I'm irresponsible, so is Rajnath Singh, says Kanhaiya

Easily the fiercest session, Kanhaiya Kumar, Shehla Rashid and others showed how student politics in India is about reinstating progressivism.


 |  RIGHT Foot Forward  |  5-minute read
TMC, Mamata Banerjee, West Bengal polls

Saradha or Narada, nothing can sting Mamata in West Bengal polls

TMC has very little to worry about at the macro level.


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Fashion, AIFW A/W 2016

5 trends that stood out on AIFW A/W 16: Day 2

Apart from clothes, what really made a mark was the sensibility to carry accessories.


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IndVsPak, Shahid Afridi, Pakistan, World T20

Why I want Pakistan to win World T20

If our arch-rivals lose the Cup, Shahid Afridi and Shoaib Malik could be persecuted after they return to their country for praising us.


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Women's Empowerment, Gul Panag, Reham Khan, Conclave16

#Conclave16: No plan to change for any man, woman or child, says Reham Khan

Two fiery women, including the former Mrs Imran Khan and Gul Panag - talk misogyny, inequality, electoral politics in India and Pakistan.


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Tejas, LCA, IAF

IAF should stop cribbing about LCA Tejas

The fighter aircraft may not be the best, but is the best we can afford.


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Bharat Mata Ki Jai, Bollywood, Shabana Azmi, Javed Akhtar

#Conclave16: Will Asaduddin Owaisi say 'Bharat Ammi ki jai', asks Shabana Azmi

Jibe at the AIMIM leader notwithstanding, Javed Akhtar and the veteran actor enthral all on Indian democracy, politics of intolerance, romance and more.


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Bollywood, Nana Patekar

How we do injustice to Nana Patekar

Firmly committed to the ethos of popular Hindi cinema, he could still manage to stay away from tags such as 'character actor'.


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Arvind Kejriwal, Narendra Modi, World Culture Festival, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

It's not you Sri Sri, it's the state patronising 'crony spiritualism'

Identifying with his activities is also a subtle attempt by government to cultivate a distinct Hindu vote bank.