Monday, April 6, 2020
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Is CAB stimulating secular hue?

Was the Bill directed towards adjusting the difference among the voters on religious lines?

Azam Khan dangles between to be or not to be

What Azam Khan, Samajwadi Party MP, uttered in the Parliament was too sweet as it was the quality of Urdu language reacted none other than his wife Tazeen Fatima.

Will other Asian cricket team enter into last four?

The cricket world cup is reaching near another stage where the top four teams are to be declared on the basis of points.

Where Rahul Gandhi errs, BJP gains

Little did Rahul Gandhi know of the reactions coming over his fiddling with the mobile during the President's speech in the parliament.

Rahul Gandhi becoming Bahadur Shah Zafar

Rahul Gandhi seems to be losing everything like the last Mughal emperor. Just as his influence was limited to the Delhi fort so as Rahul Gandhi’s fortresses were crumbling one after another.

Bihar shows way to respect elderly

Considering this significant point the Bihar government’s fresh decision to punish the irresponsible wards with jail term against abandoning their parents raises hopes of parental care.

Sidhu’s stroke always stirs hornet’s nest

Whether it was the cricket field, or the largely attended laughter show or the hard politics, Sidhu had always stirred a hornet’s nest.

Hockey Olympian likes to step into Rahul’s shoes

Our country’s hockey Olympian Aslam Sher Khan has also been dreaming of stepping into Rahul Gandhi’s shoes.

India’s win raises hopes for ICC Cup

The 6-wicket approved their play of a stronger team. Now hopes are surely high with this latest result.

Congress shows double standard on TV ban

In the midst of the political parties’ ban on its spokespersons from TV appearance, the Congress party has also imposed ban but for Kerala.

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India’s left liberals, the perennial Muslim-appeasers, are once again up in arms against Arnab Goswami

His tough stand regarding the Tablighi Jamaat meet at Nizamuddin Markaz has therefore faced the ire of left-liberals and Islamists masqueraded as journalists alike.

Let us invoke the Dunkirk spirit and the god principle

Modi depresses liberals yet another time for 5th April event. And people with slap them with its grand success!

Do not support ‘corona terrorism’ in the name of opposing Modi, we need Uniform Civil Code

Only by enacting Uniform Civil Code, we can save India from misuse of multi-privilege in the name of secularism.

The COVID-19 cases in India are about to surge and here’s what you need to know

Despite multiple efforts carried out by the Indian govet along with medicos and police, to contain the disease in the country; they are slightly on the losing side after the immature actions by certain parts of the society.

Why Tablighi Jamaat should be under scanner

it took the stature of National Security Advisor to plead before the Maulana Saad to vacate the premises. No one ever of this stature has negotiated directly even with terrorist or in hostile conditions.

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An irresponsible state under the responsible state

Country's minority group must understand that majority group can not be only responsible for maintaining the communal harmony in a society.

कोरोना की भयावहता और भारतीय कानून

भारत सरकार की जैविक प्रबंधन आपदा के 2008 रिपोर्ट में कहा गया की 1897 की महामारी कानून सक्षम नहीं है एवं इसे बदलने की जरुरत है. यह कानून केंद्र को जैविक आपातकाल के दौरान ज्यादा शक्ति प्रदान नही करता.

Islamic fanaticism – Beyond the ignorance of COVID 19 & a desperate need for rejecting the ideology by Muslims

Islamic fanatics often through the theological and social control of the community are trying to hard oppose the social distancing & medical help being provided to them.

How Siddharth Varadarajan, editor of The Wire, defended heinous killers and slandered victims of the Godhra carnage

Siddharth Varadarajan implied in August 2004 that the post-Godhra riots would have happened even without Godhra!

Kabul terror attack:Last nail in the coffin of anti-CAA protests?

The barbaric attack comes barely two and a half months after the vandalisation of Gurdwara Nankana Sahib, the birthplace of Guru Nanak Dev, by a violent mob in Pakistan.