Vandana

OPEN TO OPINION

Author is a Delhi-based journalist.

VARIETY

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Is Justin Trudeau holidaying in India on taxpayers' money? Canada wants to know

It is worth noting that his India itinerary includes just half a day of official engagements in New Delhi.

VARIETY

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Man masturbates next to student on Delhi bus: Why does law go easy on creeps?

It is high time courts deal with those who traumatise women with their depravity.

VARIETY

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Mohan Bhagwat must explain why he has lost faith in Indian Army

The RSS chief doesn't see the difference between lumpen elements and soldiers at the height of the Siachen glacier.

POLITICS

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Liberals should stop whining, Modi and Amit Shah are unbeatable

People believe in the prime minister's 'mann ki baat', making him a formidable force to reckon with.

VARIETY

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Why videos of rape, lynching and hackings are on the rise in India

The videos exist in public domain titillating its 'consumers' and gradually normalising the crime itself.

HUMOUR

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HUMOUR

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Why do all faulty EVMs malfunction in favour of BJP? Asking for a friend

The final word on the debate has been said: the voting machines are tamper-proof, they just happen to tilt in favour of one party.

VARIETY

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Diversion of Rs 121cr by PSUs for Statue of Unity is sheer violation of social responsibility

The allocation is a blatant joke directed at the myriad Indians who die because they don't get food for months.

VARIETY

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GVLN Rao insulting actors, flag-bearers of India's soft power, proves BJP's ignorance

Artists have all the right to question the government on its egregious blunders - demonetisation and GST.

VARIETY

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#MeToo exposes a chilling truth: Not a single woman is spared of sexual harassment

There is a pattern at play to tell women that their dreams are despised, their existence threatened and this world is no place for them.