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Story Posted on 24-03-2017

POLITICS

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Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, Anti-Romeo Squads

Are anti-Romeo squads for a woman's safety or against her independence?

If this is not moral policing, then I don't know what is.

VARIETY

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Trumpcare, Obamacare, Donald Trump

[Image of the day] ​In Trump's America, a room full of white men decide what women need

That involves getting rid of every shred of maternity and newborn care.

LIFE

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Equality, Indian feminists, Feminism, Feminazis

In defence of the feminazi - and Mira Rajput

Like Sita, millions of Indian women wish everyday that the earth opens up and gives them relief from the thousand conflicts they have to live out.

VARIETY

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Romance, Relationships

My 'naughty wife' met a stud and taught me how to have fun

'Be careful what you wish for, baby! Because remember - your thought becomes action.'

POLITICS

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Shiv Sena, Ravindra Gaikwad, Air India

AI should use the Shiv Sena MP 'moment' to bring wind beneath its wings

The erstwhile maharaja of the sky has been at the beck and call of the political maharajas for far too long.

VOICES

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Saadat Hasan Manto, Manto

Why I feel Nandita Das’s long short doesn’t do justice to Manto

Where is the hopelessness and the marginalisation of an artist? Where is the angst?

VOICES

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Partition, RSS, Muslims

My response to RSS ideologue on the Indian Muslim as a voter

The binary is the biggest threat to national integration.

POLITICS

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Parliament, Lawmakers, Shiv Sena, Ravindra Gaikwad

Shiv Sena's Ravindra Gaikwad is just one of our MPs who shame India

Meet the rest of the team.

VOICES

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Doctors Strike, Doctors Assault, Maharashtra

Save the saviour: Blaming striking doctors for protesting violence is despicable

In instances of patient deaths, the kin believe in exacting immediate revenge: using physical means rather than filing a case in court.

POLITICS

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Narendra Modi, Kashmir crisis

Modi government can't afford to mishandle Kashmir

Since the summer unrest of 2016, observers from Srinagar have been asking New Delhi to come to the negotiating table and start talks with the Hurriyat.