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HC seeks publisher's response on reference to Bhindranwale as

The Bombay High Court has sought the response of Balbharti, the publisher of school textbooks, on a petition seeking deletion of a chapter in a history textbook in which separatist leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale is referred to as a "terrorist". DNA, 2 months ago

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Lessons from Gauri Lankesh's murder

'Once you set up a tweet-storm of vilification, labelling individuals anti-nationals, traitors, blasphemous, and foreign agents, you are creating enough justification for somebody with a gun to kill, or for a mob to lynch,' warns Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: A candlelight vigil in Thiruvananthapuram for murdered journalist Gauri Lankesh. Photograph: PTI Photo There are several things about Gauri Lankesh and her murder -- or more aptly, assassination -- that we know for sure. First, she was a powerful ...
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Why babas think they are above the law

The babas' vote banks and the politicians' greed for en bloc votes is the curse of Punjab and Haryana, says Shekhar Gupta. If the context hadn't been so stark we would have found this question more perplexing: Which part of our country has the most godmen per square mile? It is, indeed, an unusual suspect, Punjab and Haryana. This region is known for much else in our country, but not really for such a preponderance of religion, spirituality and self-styled godmen. Not all are crooks. Some have ...
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Why Dera Sacha Sauda draws followers

The backward classes and poor were left out of the prosperity ushered in by the Green Revolution.The need for a support system and to be part of a larger community was felt.It is this vacuum that deras like Sacha Sauda filled.They made the poor feel secure, cared for, loved, provided a support system and gave them dignity, says Sanjeev Nayyar. Image: Followers of Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh gather at his ashram in Sirsa on Thursday, August 24, ahead of the verdict in the ...
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