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Mohammad Akhlaq, Lynching, Mann ki Baat, Narendra Modi

Hum sabke Mann ki Baat - A suggestion for the PM's next address

Prime Minister Modi has asked for ideas towards his radio series. So, here's a full speech he could deliver.


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Lynching, Mohammad Akhlaq, Mohammad Afrazul, Rajsamand

Rajasthan hacking: Indians donating Rs 3 lakh to killer’s wife is disturbing

The state may be able to control violence, but not the hatred spreading in the name of 'love jihad' and 'gau raksha'.


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Gau Rakshaks, Mohammad Akhlaq, Lynchings, Pehlu Khan

Meet nobody, India's scariest serial killer, who lynched Pehlu Khan

Rajasthan Police in Alwar think none of those named in no uncertain terms by the victim and his kin are guilty.


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Hindutva, Mohammad Akhlaq, Jharkhand lynching, Narendra Modi

Three years of Modi government has gifted India public lynching

The regularity of such crime in different parts of India in recent years is not due to lawlessness but because of the state sanction behind it.


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Mohammad Akhlaq, WhatsApp, Right to Privacy, Vinod Khanna

Sharing Vinod Khanna's hospital picture was wrong

All of us need to dig deep inside and ask ourselves where our collective conscience has disappeared.


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Beef, Mohammad Akhlaq, Dadri Lynching, Rohith Vemula

Rohith Vemula's caste, meat in Akhlaq's fridge and shame made in India

The obsession with certifying the dead man's social bracket has eerie parallels with the way 'beef' rumours killed a man in Dadri.


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Mohammad Akhlaq, Uniform Civil Code, SIMI Encounter

Can India afford to be any more polarised?

Is it to do with a certain ideology and their progenies? Or does it always take two to tango?


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Communalism, UP Assembly Polls, Mohammad Akhlaq, Dadri Lynching

Dadri murder accused's body wrapped in tricolour: Isn't this perverse 'nationalism'?

After Ravin Sisodia's death by lung infection, it seems a riot-like situation is being carefully orchestrated in the poll-bound UP village.


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Beef, Mohammad Akhlaq, Non-vegetarianism

There's pleasure in biting into meat; but can you deny the violence?

Reading Han Kang's 'The Vegetarian' forces you to either arrive at or explain your moral position.