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It has been the strategy of the RSS-BJP combine to make use of divisive and communal issues to climb the political ladder.
apicture Jacob Peenikaparambil
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The communal politics has reaped rich benefits by raking up Ayodhya, and Kashi seems to be next in line. How far can we keep picking up history as a tool to divide the society?
apicture Ram Puniyani
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With Corona deaths all over, neither the Government, nor the general public can shed away their responsibility. Getting a vaccine needs to become one of those new social norms.
apicture Manoj Varghese
19 Apr 2021
With the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic having pushed the nation to the wall, it is time the government gets over its evasiveness
apicture Pachu Menon
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Recently, The Indian Express carried a report of their investigation into the verdicts of the Allahabad High Court, during January 2018 to December 2020,
apicture Peter Mundackal
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People are not sure whether the elected candidate would remain in the same party till the end of the 5-year tenure. Has election not become a meaningless ritual?
apicture M L Satyan
19 Apr 2021
The film-makers are completely shattered by the decision to abolish the Tribunal which in several cases championed the artistic freedom.
apicture Joseph Maliakan
19 Apr 2021
The Supreme Court of India pronounced a significant verdict on 09 April 2021, “People are free to choose their own religion”. The bench of the court was led by Justice Rohinton F. Nariman.
apicture Dr. M. D. Thomas
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May sound cynical but I don’t support farmers the way everybody seems to be supporting them these days.
apicture Balvinder Singh
19 Apr 2021
That morning hundreds of school-students landed on that historic, large Gandhi Maidan in the heart of Bihar’s capital city Patna. They removed all the hoardings fixed onto the trees.
apicture F. M. Britto
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