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Story Posted on 28-03-2016


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Harish Rawat, Narendra Modi, BJP, Uttarakhand

President's Rule in Uttarakhand shows Modi sarkar is desperate

Come 2019, BJP will have no one to blame but itself for their inevitable rout.


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National Film Awards, Modi government, Bharat mata

And the Bharat Mata ki jai National(ist) Film awards go to...

Satyamev Jayate.


 |  Thinking Deva  |  5-minute read
Anushka Sharma, World T20, Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli is not Sachin, but he's great as well

What we, Indian fans, are the least good at is letting our celebrities be.


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Health, WHO, Diabetes, Non-communicable diseases

India needs to address non-communicable disease crisis

There is lot that health policymakers in the central and state governments can do to curb this rising menace.


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Food, Healthy Diet, Health, Weight Loss

What to eat this summer to lose fat

Instead of embarking on fancy diets, know your options and eat clean for effective weight loss.


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Hindutva, Nationalism, RSS, BJP

What we in BJP/RSS mean when we talk of nationalism

Culture is integral to the concept of the nation.


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Congress, JNU, Anti-national, Freedom speech

BJP/Congress must stop misusing patriotism to seduce voters

In a democracy, it gives you the right to speak as much as the right to remain silent.


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Narendra Modi, Harish Rawat, President's rule, Uttarakhand

President's Rule should not have been imposed in Uttarakhand

BJP is increasingly showing signs of paying scant regard to constitutional norms while Congress has been caught napping.


 |  An American in Mumbai  |  4-minute read
Photo essay, Mumbai, Bombay, Photography

What photographing Bombay streets taught me about myself

Tables turn when despite being the photographer, I actually become the one being watched.


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Budget 2016, Delhi Government, AAP, Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi, beware of Kejriwal's misleading Budget

Advertisement and publicity is the only department where spending of the AAP government has increased substantially.