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Rumour has it that riots are breaking out in your neighbourhood. What would you do?

Just this Sunday on Delhi streets, the Bharat Mata Ki Jai chants – an otherwise innocuous patriotic slogan – produced a menacing web of rumours.

JNU became ‘badnaam like Munni’ says ABVP leader, BJP MP says rename it after Modi

At an ABVP-organised Independence Day event Saturday, film songs and 'Bharat Mata ki jai' chants echoed across the JNU campus in New Delhi.

When Jai Shri Ram became a political tool to heckle Muslim MPs, it lost something

The oath-taking ceremony in the Lok Sabha turned into a sloganeering contest between MPs of various political parties.
Congress stakes claim to ‘Vande Mataram’ & ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’, says RSS copied them

Congress stakes claim to ‘Vande Mataram’ & ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’, says RSS copied them

In line with RSS drill, Congress is taking out prabhat pheris to mark Indira Gandhi’s birth centenary; claims its workers invoked nationalism during freedom struggle.

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Why vaccines should not be immune to market forces

Market prices for vaccines could ensure additional production, help differentiate between vaccines, and even allocation of resources.

Stray trains: Poor planning by Indian Railways or overwhelming load on some routes?

The Indian Railways reacted to the controversy over ‘stray trains’ by calling it “route rationalisation” of Shramik Specials, which are meant to ferry migrant workers back home.


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India waits for China’s diplomatic words to ‘translate into action on ground’ at LAC in Ladakh

Chinese diplomats said Wednesday situation at the border with India is ‘overall stable and controllable’, and that the countries must ‘enhance mutual trust’.
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PM, CM, DM: India’s 3 big power centres have been exposed by one disaster

The prime minister, chief minister and district magistrate are the three engines of India’s governance, but their handling of the coronavirus pandemic is going awry.