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SC asking for law to curb hate speech on TV news is overreach. Problem lies in politics of hate

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Mohan Bhagwat’s visit to a Delhi mosque, only the second by an RSS chief after KS Sudarshan, is an important signal in times of polarizing socio-political discourse. It shows a belated attempt to reach out to Muslims. Trust deficit between the two is, however, deep. Consistent dialogue, engagement is key.

Trudeau denouncing Russian plebiscite but allowing Khalistan referendum at home shows hypocrisy

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s passionate denunciation of Russia’s referendum in occupied Ukraine would be more persuasive if he’d also condemned the faux-plebiscite Khalistanis are conducting in Canada. Both plebiscites are efforts to destabilise sovereign States. Trudeau’s polemic about international-law principles has only highlighted his unprincipled appeasement of his pro-Khalistan supporters.

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