Story Posted on 25-06-2019
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Living without Sanjiv Bhatt: It's been over nine months. I haven't had any tea as I can't have it with Sanjiv on our balcony
Former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt has been sentenced to life imprisonment by Jamnagar Sessions Court in Gujarat, which found him guilty in a 1990 custodial death case. Bhatt's wife Shweta writes on life without him.
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Tweet More, Rahul: After the outrage Rahul Gandhi’s ‘new India’ tweet sparked, he should call out Modi govt much more
Yoga Day became all about Narendra Modi once again. It took a tweet by Rahul Gandhi to call this out. But Rahul needs to raise his voice on far more serious issues, and far more often.
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Who knew fashion had such superpowers!
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The dying political parties of India: These six parties face total extinction. Or can they ride out the saffron tide?
There's still one way to continue to be relevant. But can these parties make the transition?
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The trains ran on time, the press crawled: An Emergency lesson was that Indians are not obsessed with political freedom
We romanticised the 1977 election ending Mrs Gandhi's rule. Sterilisation and the Opposition's imprisonment showed the Gandhis to be amateurs. Anyone could learn from their mistakes today.
| 4-minute read
Do we find ourselves drawn towards captivity? If yes, what does that say about us?
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Even as Afghanistan fails to win matches, they're winning hearts.
| 8-minute read
Just establishing terror camps and sending jihadis to India isn't terrorism. Terrorising a section of your own people is also terrorism. And Pakistan, by its very nature, cannot stop doing that.
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