Story Posted on 27-06-2019
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On June 22 two years ago, Junaid was lynched in a train, targeted in a fight over his skull cap. His family still lives in shock, fear and grief. But they are determined to get justice for Junaid.
She Says | 5-minute read
Gay Pride, And Straight Too: Being heterosexual is as innate as being gay. It merits as much respect
This Pride Month, let us truly accept others for whoever they are.
Talk About What? India should not waste a second with the Hurriyat, Pakistan's poisonous spent force
If Delhi talks to anyone, it must be to Kashmir's elected representatives and other stakeholders, not waste time on the perfidious and pointless Hurriyat, which has only harmed India's interests.
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Not saffron but secular: The banning of instant triple talaq is a crucial first step towards Uniform Civil Code
Just like regressive divorce practices, ruled by religious notions, can't be allowed, neither should we accept the lack of a secular Uniform Civil Code, which 'minority appeasers' denied India thus far.
Why KCR loves his Vaastu: Will a new and expensive vaastu-compliant secretariat strengthen KCR's regime?
Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao laid the foundation stone for a new Assembly-secretariat complex in accordance with Vaastu. Good luck to KCR even as his state faces huge difficulties.
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'Like father, like son' is such an understatement for Kailash Vijayvargiya and Akash.
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Junaid, Akhlaq, Tabrez: Muslims aside, we are also lynching our laws and legal system each and every time
Most of the accused in cases of lynching have either been released on bail or never arrested at all. This is despite the Supreme Court's severe injunction to the authorities to ensure justice.
Musings from afar | 4-minute read
Despite all the baggage, Pompeo’s visit has succeeded in injecting a renewed vigour in Indo-US bilateral discourse and in Jaishankar he managed to find a partner who is equally focused on delivering practical outcomes.
The grand old party seems adamant to cling to the Nehru-Gandhis and not reinvent. But PM Modi's continuing obsession with the Congress also indicates that perhaps all isn't lost for it.
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