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Why I am a Hindu book review: Shashi Tharoor takes on political Hindutva with his personal Hinduism
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Why I am a Hindu book review: Shashi Tharoor takes on politica...

Hinduism has been debated over and defined innumerable times by an array of theologians, sages, kings and philosophers. Going by the records of interpretations of Hinduism, it would be difficult to point out one particular way or ritual that could be defined ... catchnews.com, 2 weeks ago
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Maha Shivaratri 2018: What to do and what to avoid on this auspicious day

New Delhi : One of the most auspicious days in the Hindu calendar is here. Maha Shivratri dedicated to Lord Shiva will be celebrated on February 13th this year according to the Gregorian calendar. Shiva devotees observe fast, visit temples and offer their ...
 Sify2 months ago

Speak, Memory

A HISTORICAL NOVEL WITH a sprawling canvas, Memories of Fire is publishing veteran Ashok Chopra’s first foray into fiction. Set in Shimla and Punjab, the story revolves around five friends who bond at St Edward’s School, Shimla and stay connected for over ...
 Open Magazine5 days ago
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Karnataka polls: The coast seems clear for BJP

The economic muscle in the Mangalore region is generally sympathetic to the BJP, says Aditi Phadnis. IMAGE: BJP president Amit Shah (2nd from right) with his party’s CM candidate B S Yeddyurappa (left) and Union minister Ananth Kumar (extreme right), in Bengaluru during an election campaign. Photograph: Kind courtesy @AmitShah/Twitter Of all the regions in Karnataka, the most interesting possibly is its coastal region, dominated by Mangalore, or Mangaluru as it is now called.
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The politics of naming, showing and shaming

Image for representation only. On facebook, a rash of people are showing the face of the police officer who is the principal accused in the rape case in Kathua. It is not clear what is achieved by doing this. If the idea is to shame the man, he is already ...
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Ruminations: Symbols of a divide

It needs powerful symbols to anger, or to keep the peace. Like Gandhiji's Dandi march defying the salt ban or BR Ambedkar’s Mahad satyagraha to challenge upper caste Hindus by leading untouchables to use a public tank. Both actions proved to be defining ...
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Why Dalits feel left out from Modi's 'sabka saath'

'The government says it will file a review petition against the Supreme Court, but there is no conviction here.''It is doing this purely because it is worried.''It comes from the same sentiment as asking BJP MPs to spend two nights in a Dalit village,' says Aakar Patel. IMAGE: 'Hindutva wants to include all Hindus, but this inclusion happens on Hindutva's terms,' says Aakar Patel.Photograph: Kind courtesy www.narendramodi.in The prime minister has encouraged Bharatiya Janata Party MPs to reach ...
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Javadekar and the art of doing what's practical and possible

Javadekar, along with Piyush Goyal and Dharmendra Pradhan, is among the few ministers who have party as well as ministerial responsibilities.He is one of the managers for the upcoming Karnataka elections. How he will deliver that responsibility remains to be seen, says Aditi Phadnis.  IMAGE: Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar addresses the Smart India Hackathon 2018, in New Delhi on Friday. Photograph: Press Information Bureau of India Hindu-Muslim riots broke out in Mumbai in 1992 ...
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'Modi is not defending SC/ST Atrocities Act'

'In 2013, Modi said his government would be of Dalits and OBCs.''During his tenure, the highest number of atrocities have taken place.''What they want is that this Ambedkar Constitution must not be practised in India in the future.' IMAGE: 'The government and the bureaucracy do not want Dalits to be liberated or be treated as equal,' says Kancha Ilaiah. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters On March 20, 2018, the Supreme Court diluted the provisions mandating immediate arrest under the ...
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Four signals from Bihar that indicate impending churn in politics

With just about a year left for the term of the current Lok Sabha to end, heavy churning has begun in political corridors. The latest bye-polls in Uttar Pradesh were an early indicator of this churn. A large number of other key signals are coming from Bihar.
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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