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India has many nationalisms; BJP’s is only one of them
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India has many nationalisms; BJP’s is only one of them

BJP's religious nationalism is the main reason why so many people wanted the party to decline in Gujarat, no matter what their political affiliation is

RSS Muslim wing organises Iftar in Ayodhya, participants take pledge to not eat beef
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RSS Muslim wing organises Iftar in Ayodhya, participants take pledge to not eat beef

Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM), the RSS's Muslim wing, organised an Iftar party in Ayodhya, where Muslims broke their fast with cow milk.

Mamata Banerjee in Odisha: Police detains Puri temple servitor for opposing West Bengal CM's visit
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Mamata Banerjee in Odisha: Police detains Puri temple servitor for opposing West Bengal CM's visit

A servitor of the Jagannath Temple was detained by the police on Tuesday for allegedly threatening to oppose West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's visit to the 12th-century shrine in Puri on Wednesday.

Parliament logjam: It's time to discipline members, end agitational politics
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Parliament logjam: It's time to discipline members, end agitational politics

Maintaining the discipline, decorum and dignity of the Parliament is of paramount importance for the Indian democracy, something our politicians seem to have forgotten

Ranchi: 22-year-old arrested over 'objectionable' Whatsapp message dies in police custody
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Ranchi: 22-year-old arrested over 'objectionable' Whatsapp message dies in police custody

A 22-year-old youth, Minhaj Ansari, from Dighari village, Jamtara district, in Jharkhand was arrested for a Whatsapp message on beef, touted as objectionable, reported Outlook India. According to his family, he was tortured while in custody. But the police have pointed to his medical records saying he had encephalitis, as the reason for his death.

Cow protection gangs twist knife into BJP's chances as Mayawati's stock soars
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Cow protection gangs twist knife into BJP's chances as Mayawati's stock soars

In the 2007 Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls, Mayawati gave tickets to 61 Muslim candidates — 15 per cent of the total BSP candidates. In 2012, the count rose to 85. For next year's polls, BSP will field 100 Muslim candidates — a clear jump to 25 per cent of the total number of candidates.

Non-vegetarian food banned in Lucknow varsity campus
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Non-vegetarian food banned in Lucknow varsity campus

Non-vegetarian food has been banned in the Baba Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar University (BBAU) mess here, officials said on Tuesday.

Did BJP rely too much on Modi? Five key things party could've done differently in Bihar
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Did BJP rely too much on Modi? Five key things party could've done differently in Bihar

Bihar defied the high-octane campaigning by Amit Shah-Narendra Modi combine on Sunday and voted the incumbent Nitish Kumar-led Grand Alliance into power.

Shiv Sena should be declared 'extremist' organisation, say Pakistani politicians and media
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Shiv Sena should be declared 'extremist' organisation, say Pakistani politicians and media

With India's internal troubles all over the media and Shiv Sena's 'ban-everything-related-to-Pakistan' stance, our neighbours have joined the debate.

BJP ministers battle over police postings while beef theatrics polarise Jammu and Kashmir
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BJP ministers battle over police postings while beef theatrics polarise Jammu and Kashmir

Rifts became evident within the Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday, when Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed left a cabinet meeting in obvious displeasure.