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Story Posted on 17-04-2017


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CPEC, China, Jammu and Kashmir, Kashmir

Kashmir, China and Pakistan: What India must do to avert a three-way disaster

Modi cannot allow the theatres of conflict to simmer simultaneously.


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TRAI, Telecom companies, Reliance Jio

Jio is no longer free, but Dhan Dhana Dhan offer still up for grabs

There indeed is such a thing as free lunch, but for a limited period only.


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Mughals, British India, Hook-Ups, Sex in India

How India discovered sex, again

Along with MTV and international TV shows, came the internet.


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Superstitions, Vedas, IIT Kharagpur, Vastu Shastra

IIT Kharagpur to teach Vastu Shastra to students - what in the name of science

One can only hope that a Vastu puja will eliminate the 'doshas' that have sullied the ignited minds of the institution.


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Halala, Draupadi, Triple Talaq

Why Rukhsana is today's Draupadi

All that she wishes now is for her husband to be punished for his sins.


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Smoking, Health, Vitamins

This is how you must eat your vitamins

We are what we absorb (and not just what we eat).


 |  Angiography  |  11-minute read
Indian Army, Kashmir crisis, Kashmir

Kashmir video war strips Indian Army’s secular credentials

Pity that three years under Narendra Modi government has politicised the armed forces into ‘left’ and ‘right’ camps.


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UGC, Sedition, PU, Panjab University

Why is Panjab University using sedition against students protesting fee hike?

They have been charged under the law despite not having expressed dissent against the government.


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Racist indians, Fairness creams, Abhay Deol

Our issues with fairness creams are misplaced

In all fairness, marketers are at best being opportunists rather than racist.


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Sonu Nigam, Religion, Twitter

Noise of all religions: Why single out azaan, Sonu Nigam?

Indians must fight to ban loudspeakers from all kinds of religious activities and 'gundagardi' in the garb of culture and tradition.