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Story Posted on 26-03-2018


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Bancroft, Australian cricket, Ball tampering, Steven Smith

How the ball-tampering controversy will stump Australian cricket

The Bancroft incident brings to focus the reputation of Aussie cricketers, which now lies in tatters.


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Comedy, Hindi, Television, Kapil Sharma

Why the new Kapil Sharma show is worse

He used to body-shame Kiku Sharda for fun. He is still doing the same.


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Farmers long march, JNU, Narendra Modi, Facebook

NaMo app exposé: 3,00,000 Facebook likes won't help Modi win 2019 general elections

Discontent among farmers and students across the country is turning into anger.


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Sand Mafia, Madhya Pradesh, Journalist attacked, Illegal mining

Reporter’s death in MP raises questions about safety of journalists in India

Sandeep Sharma had been working against the sand mafia flourishing in the state.


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Vedanta, Tamil Nadu, Sterlite

Why hundreds of Tamils won't quit protests against Vedanta's Sterlite

Expansion of a copper plant that has, for decades, been accused of polluting the state’s air, water and soil seems like a cruel joke.


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Maternity benefits, Minimum wage, Supreme Court, Construction workers

What Supreme Court wants government to do for construction workers

In the 57-page judgment, the court directed the Union government to legislate a model welfare scheme by September 30.


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GST, National Cadet Corps, NCC, Rahul Gandhi

Why Rahul Gandhi was right to admit he didn’t know about NCC training

Frank admission of ignorance is in keeping with the core values of the National Cadet Corps.


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Data Privacy, NaMo App, Facebook, Cambridge Analytica

Why the woke Indian is still not worrying enough about data privacy

Blindly trusting organisations or people to safeguard your information is naïve.


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Zakir Musa, Ashraf Sehrai, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Kashmir dispute

What Tehreek-e-Hurriyat chief's son becoming a militant says about unrest in Kashmir

Young men like Junaid Ashraf Sehrai see soft separatism as a failed project.


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Religion, Islam, Manto, Gustakh Manto

Aaj ka muslaman hypocrisy ki ek aala misaal hai: Muslims must stop being hypocrites

Matters concerning education and employment find no place in the community’s scheme of things.