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BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES

Journalism student. Ed honcho at the India Today Group Mediaplex. God's Loyal Opposition. Useful Warning: Tweets may hurt religious sentiments.

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Jyoti Kumari's life is sport for middle class. Kuch yaad nahi rehta hai

While you will remember what happened to them, they have already moved on. Sab yaad rakha jaayega is a poetic line for middle-class soirees.

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Responsible Citizens vs Millions of Migrants

We are not short on sympathy. We just do not have empathy. We cannot put ourselves in the shoes cut out of a Bisleri bottle split in halves and walk 1,100 kilometres in them.

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Taxing taxis? Just take all the money people are left with

Make people feel at home by taking whatever they are left with, including hope.

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Astaghfirullah Halima Baji: Behave like a Muslim woman

The shock that Indians received seeing Deepika Chikhalia in short clothes is now experienced by Pakistanis who see Esra Bilgiç in a two-piece, fixing her hair in the open, on the beach.

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Jungle Book 2020: The Story of the Magical Bracelet

You want privacy? The mighty invisible predator doesn’t care about privacy. It will eat you. No bracelet, no protection you get. This is for your own protection. This is the rule of the jungle.

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Musk beta, wo sab to theek hai par kaun jaat ho?

We need to follow Mr Musk and begin naming children in a way that makes obsolete what should have been obsolete long, long ago.

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Tipplers will do anything for country

Indians have once again shown they can do anything for their country or even Indian-made foreign liquor (IMFL).

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Masterstroke after masterstroke

The government masterstroke of opening liquor shops is expected to neutralise the opposition offensive of offering free tickets to travel home.

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Coronavirus killed God, but humanity can still defeat it

Doing things you like in this life is sin and doing things you may get in another is a virtue. The virus, however, doesn't care about anything.

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A nightmare made in China

Today, in the middle of a crisis, the world seems to be angry with China. Not just because the virus originated in China but also because they have to look up to China in this hour of need.