Sanjay Rajoura
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The writer is a standup artist.

VARIETY

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Anthony Bourdain taught me to have no reservations about life

If there ever was a good example of a bad boy, it was him. He was so bad that it was impossible not to see the good in him.

VARIETY

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No RIPs for Stephen Hawking. It’s unscientific

One of the many important learnings from the renowned physicist's life and work is - if you are a (wo)man of science, your sense of humour will be refined.

HUMOUR

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How dare you doubt PM Modi's warning to gau rakshaks?

All will be well now. There may be 'short-term pain' and then... 'achhe din'.

HUMOUR

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Dear Chetan Bhagat, how was your Karva Chauth?

You have nailed it. Being strong dehumanises a woman, but being strong makes a man 'alpha-male'.

HUMOUR

 |   4-minute read

How dare you question India's surgical strikes?

Sadly, the nation is facing a rationalist attack on its belief system.

POLITICS

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Dalits are fed up with the holy cows of nationalist India

They are throwing the cattle carcasses at the government building, the seat of power represented by the Manu-loving Hindutvawadis.

POLITICS

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I am a liberal. Deal with it: Open letter to Chetan Bhagat

You ask liberals for solutions. Understand the problem first.

HUMOUR

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India-Pakistan talks can wait: Dial D for disturb

Sometimes, I wish stand-up comedians took over India-Pakistan relations. But wait, they already have.

POLITICS

 |   3-minute read

How India turned Yakub Memon and democracy into a reality TV show

The viewers were given minute-by-minute account of what transpired in the court and what will be the sequence of events from 4.30am till 7am.

HUMOUR

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Comedy of errors: India goes into Myanmar; I go to Lahore

It's absolute fun when you are an Indian in Pakistan, especially when there is an ongoing war of words between the not-so-friendly neighbours.