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Japanese encephalitis, Yogi Adityanath, Gorakhpur

Gorakhpur children’s murder: Yogi Adityanath government is looking for a scapegoat

The Uttar Pradesh CM did not even bother to visit the grief-stricken parents.


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Kajal Aggarwal, Nene Raju Nene Mantri, Rana Daggubati, Tollywood

After Baahubali, what to expect from Rana Daggubati’s new superhero act

In Nene Raju Nene Manthri, he starts off as a simple moneylender who stutters when nervous.


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Modi government, India-China Ties, Doklam

Doklam standoff: How previous Congress governments tackled China and kept peace

The most important point is that in case of war, who will be with us?


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Cut Surd, Punjab, Indian Diaspora, Intolerance

How ‘cut Surd’ has stealthily gained currency among Indian Sikhs

But elsewhere, the community is reclaiming its lost identity.


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Vellaiilla Pattadhari, Rajinikanth, Dhanush

Dhanush drinks and dances in VIP 2, but disappoints yet again

He is also seen brazenly copying his father-in-law Rajinikanth in his later years.


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Rajya Sabha Elections, Congress, Modi-Shah, Ahmed Patel

Inside story of BJP’s fight against Ahmed Patel and its impact on national politics

During the climactic phase of the 2014 general elections, Modi had given an interview which raised the hackles in the Congress.


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Public health system, Yogi Adityanath, Gorakhpur

What does Gorakhpur children’s murder say about our conscience?

We will forget what has happened today. Then, someday, we will outrage again.


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Mumbai, Vijaypat Singhania, Raymond

Why Raymond's Vijaypat Singhania and his son are fighting

Both father and son are fighting in court over a flat in a redeveloped 36-storey house in Mumbai's posh Malabar Hill.


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Social change, Akshay Kumar, Toilet: Ek Prem Katha

Why Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is a poor ad for PM Modi's Swachh Bharat campaign

The first half of the movie is all about successfully stalking and demeaning women.


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Arundhati Roy, Satyajit Ray, Intellectuals

Trashing India sells better for Western audiences

The three unwritten rules for getting published abroad.