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Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, Yogi Adityanath

Abrupt end to Lucknow lit fest proves Yogi's UP has no room for freedom of expression

The presence of Kanhaiya Kumar, Asaduddin Owaisi and Shatrughan Sinha created a controversy.


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Supreme Court, Periods, Menstruation

Why Supreme Court must not see temple ban on menstruating women as 'tenet of religion'

It is deplorable that India is still struggling with these retrograde, unscientific and irrational beliefs.


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BCCI, Hardik Pandya, India-Sri Lanka

Like Hardik Pandya, we too should be rested for the Sri Lanka series

We need to prepare for the fierce overseas' battles that lie ahead, and guard against possible burnout from watching yet another pointless series.


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Microsoft, Google, Quantum Computers, IBM

IBM announces the world's fastest quantum computer - what does it mean?

They have the potential to change the world.


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Rock Music, Neil Young

Why Neil Young is still going strong

His next album 'The Visitor' is set to be released on December 1 this year.


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Tamil cinema, Tamil Nadu, Kamal Haasan

Kamal Haasan, a big dream, but only a small sure step till now

He does not even have the kind of fan following which Rajinikanth has.


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Sanjay leela bhansali, Rajputs, Padmavati

5 reasons Padmaavat matters to Rajasthan more than you think

Any assertion that Rani Padmini - on whom Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film is based - was a mere figment of imagination is an affront to those who revere her.


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CBI raids, TTV Dinakaran, VK Sasikala, Jayalalithaa

Does the ‘Srini weds Mahi’ raid on Sasikala properties spell doom for Mannargudi clan?

In one of the biggest crackdowns, simultaneous raids were conducted at 187 locations in Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.


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Labour, Labour Laws, Labour problems, IT Industry

Why turning to the Left is not as bad as the Right would have us believe

It is a misconception that strong labour unions are detrimental to the progress of an industry, and the economy as a whole.


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NJAC, Judiciary, Prashant Bhushan, Dipak Misra

How a clash between the two topmost judges of Supreme Court undermined Indian judiciary

The high drama over Prashant Bhushan and Kamini Jaiswal’s petition was as much about judicial protocol as it was about the spirit of the apex constitutional institution.