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Mohan Bhagwat: tectonic shift

Bhagwat signals a tectonic shift for RSS

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) wants a samwad and it would leave its opponents nowhere to run.

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Ruffians have gone overboard on Rafale

Ruffians-on-Rafale: Time to shut them up

The Ruffians-on-Rafale would be on steroids till 2019 General Elections.

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Prashant Bhushan-Arundhati Roy: Credibility crisis

Roy-Bhushan duo: we no longer believe you

It is perfectly legitimate that Arundhati Roy-Prashant Bhushan may hold different opinion to mine.

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Kerala floods: man-made disaster?

On Vijayan’s 700-crores lie and whether Kerala floods are “man-made disaster"

Two Supreme Court judges, Justice Kurian Joseph and Justice KM Joseph, both from Kerala, made significant

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Political fishing in Kerala waters

Media won’t tell you why UAE aid is being refused

“We feel that we can cope with the situation on our own and we will take their help if needed.” These famous words were 

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Aiyar: return of the terrible

Aiyar’s return throws many disturbing questions for Congress

Mani Shankar Aiyar’s re-induction in Congress is a disturbing news from multi perspectives.

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Sidhu: plainly in bad company

Sidhu has done few dumber things in life

Navjot Singh Sidhu has done few dumber things in his life than going to Pakistan in the swearing-in ceremony of his “friend” Imran Khan.

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Subhas Bose: the final journey

August 18: Subhas Bose’s final journey, in remembrance

(1945 was a tumultuous year in world history. Adolf Hitler committed suicide and Germany surrendered on May 8.

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The untold heroism of Hausabai

The unsung heroism of Hausabai

(In the week of Independence Day, as a tribute to our freedom fighters, we present an untold story of Hausabai Patil, a revolutionary who is 91 and, still, f

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1946 Direct Action Day: Week of Long Knives