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Aug 29, 2018
Facebook is intolerant of opposing political thought, alleges employee group'FB'ers for Political Diversity' complain that Facebook is intolerant of opposing political thought.
Jun 24, 2018
BJP's policies reflect its clear 'Hindutva' ideology, should not be confused with conservative right-wing politicsThe BJP does not fall into the 'Right' category, nor do its policies conform broadly with what the world defines as 'Right'.
Dec 04, 2017
Australia reacts to reports of foreign interference in national politics, will introduce tougher espionage lawsForeign interference in Australian politics has become a "serious problem", a top official said Monday, with tougher laws on espionage to be introduced.
Nov 22, 2017
Donald Trump implicitly endorses Roy Moore, emphasises Alabama Senate nominee's denial of sexual assault allegationsDonald Trump all but endorsed Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore on Tuesday, discounting the sexual assault allegations against him.
Jun 11, 2017
Three years of Narendra Modi govt: India hasn't turned intolerant, we've always been this wayOne of the things the Narendra Modi government is wrongly accused of is turning India into a sort of illiberal nation.
Apr 09, 2017
Kumar Sundaram row: Being progressive is no excuse for activist groups to ignore gender issuesMasculinity and sexism within progressive collectives have been allowed to persist because the questions on gender issues are always under-prioritised to make way for discussions about “issues which actually matter” or are ”larger concerns”.
Feb 21, 2017
Attacks on Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Tarek Fatah: What the tale of two intolerances tells usThis is a tale of two 'intolerances'. The first incident took place on 27 January. A Bollywood filmmaker who was working on a period biopic was roughed up by the activists of a fringe group for "distorting history".
Dec 26, 2016
Aamir Khan wins Dangal: Jingoism loses to Indians who don't tolerate intoleranceIt doesn't need a genius to know who won the Dangal between Aamir Khan and the trolls who wanted his film boycotted. Numbers speak for themselves.
Dec 17, 2016
'Honeymoon ending?' Canada's Trudeau sees first big drop in polls | ReutersOTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's approval rating has dropped 10 percentage points in the last three months amid rising dissatisfaction with the economy and concern about pipeline approvals, a public opinion poll released on Friday showed.Still, Trudeau remained far more popular than his two political opponents and more popular than any recent prime minister, with 55 percent of Canadians expressing confidence in his performance, the Angus Reid poll showed.That was down 10 points from the 65 percent approval rating Trudeau enjoyed in September, according to the survey, which carried the headline "Is the honeymoon ending?""While this level of approval may well be the envy of prime ministers past and future, it also represents the lowest approval he has recorded at any point since his Liberal Party won a majority mandate in last October’s election," Angus Reid said in the poll. Trudeau, dogged by accusations that rich donors to the Liberal Party have gained privileged access, will be questioned by Canada's ethics commissioner to see whether he broke conflict of interest rules, an official said on Thursday.The poll showed Trudeau remained far more popular than either of his main political opponents, interim leaders of the Conservative and New Democratic parties, who will be replaced in 2017.
Aug 25, 2016
Cabinet missteps test Canadian PM Trudeau's teflon image | ReutersArray