Vandana

OPEN TO OPINION

Author is a Delhi-based journalist.

ART & CULTURE

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Manmarziyaan is way more real than Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. It's all about how we love and lust

The Anurag Kashyap-directed movie is not about sacrificing lovers but being go-getters.

VARIETY

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Chilling: The picture that emerged when Aung San Suu Kyi unmasked herself

The Myanmar leader defending arrest of Reuters journalists for reporting the Rohingya crisis is suppression of freedom of expression.

SPORTS

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India vs England: Why we must all learn to lose like Virat Kohli

The tone in which the Indian skipper talks in post-match press conferences makes it clear that we can get to cricket only after we get over the arrogance.

VARIETY

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5 things Lalu Yadav can do to fight back depression

Two things bogging down former Bihar CM’s spirits are corruption cases and political one-upmanship between his two sons - Tejaswi and Tej Pratap.

VARIETY

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Why we should welcome brands to celebrations on the striking down of Section 377

The aversion we have for brands making profits in a capitalist society shows we haven't come to terms with the changes of the globalised world.

VARIETY

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Why the fuel price hike is not as bad as it looks

According to the Economic Survey 2018, India will need about $4.5 trillion in the next 25 years for infrastructure development.

VARIETY

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Why Virat Kohli with Anushka and Ravi Shastri with Nimrat Kaur provide a healing touch to heartbroken fans

How else would people be able to handle the fact that India has so ridiculously lost the Test series to England?

VARIETY

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Why Lois Sophia calling BJP 'fascist' on board a flight to Tuticorin is an act of anarchy

Air safety rules clearly state that verbal intimidation in a flight is a punishable offence.

SPORTS

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Stop celebrating Asian Games 2018 successes, India! Look at China

With 106 gold, 68 silver and 50 medals, the neighbouring country is right at the top of the game - quite literally.

POLITICS

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Why Rahul Gandhi blaming 2014 loss on generational feud will have a bearing on 2019

With a Gandhi to his surname, the Congress president has the privilege of issuing a clean chit for himself.