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If Sardar Patel had become PM, India would have become Pakistan:
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If Sardar Patel was PM, India wouldve become Pakistan: Kancha ...

Dalit activist and author Kancha Ilaiah stirred a controversy by saying that India would have followed the likes of Pakistan had Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel become the nation's prime minister. Speaking at the Times LitFest on Sunday, Ilaiah said ... Hindustan Times, 1 day ago

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Dalit writer Kancha Ilaiah attacks PM Modi on inequality

New Delhi, Nov 6: Writer and activist for Dalit rights Kancha Ilaiah on Friday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for allegedly not working towards promotion of the backward castes in the country. "The question is what is he doing for the ...
 Oneindia3 weeks ago Dalit Rights Activist Kancha Ilaiah Attacks PM on 'Inequality'  Outlook India3 weeks ago Dalit writer attacks PM on inequality  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago 'Kancha Ilaiah Could be Next Kalburgi'  New Indian Express4 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Feudalism is back in Telangana, says Dr Ilaiah

Hyderabad: Prominent academic and writer Professor Dr Kancha Ilaiah on Saturday said that feudalism is coming back in Telangana after the bifurcation. He said while suicides are increasing in the villages of Telangana due to draught the government ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Only Feudal Lords Celebrate Bonalu,Bathukamma, Says Kancha Ilaiah  New Indian Express1 month ago

Snooki marks wedding anniversary with throwback pic

Modi appeals for donation of organs Calcutta News.Net - Sunday 29th November, 2015 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday urged people to donate organs, and said it was the most vital donation one could think of. "Organ donation can save ...
 Calcutta News.Net1 day ago Not retiring from politics Parrikar  Calcutta News.Net1 day ago CRPF trooper injured in Jammu and Kashmir firing incident  Calcutta News.Net1 day ago John Doyle Barbarians at the Gate a classic drama on Wall Street greed  Calcutta News.Net1 day ago
Siasat Daily

Constitution Day celebrated in MANUU

Hyderabad: All the Indians should honour the Constitution of India and should act upon it. Especially for the Muslims, it is essential to popularize the message of love and affection and eradicate hatred. It is their religious obligation. These ...
 Siasat Daily5 days ago

Two-day seminar on Buddhism concludes

There is a profound influence of Buddhism on the Indian Constitution, said Chairman of Board of Secondary Education, Government of Chhattisgarh, K.D.P. Rao. He was speaking at the valedictory of the two-day international seminar on Buddhism and ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
Siasat Daily

Teach political leaders a lesson in Warangal as in Bihar: Zaheeruddin Ali Khan

Bihar voters taught lesson to those who indulged in hate politics and made them bite the dust. But instead of rejoicing over the Bihar results, secular minded people should promote the experience of Bihar in other states of the country and expel ...
 Siasat Daily2 weeks ago

Symposium on Intolerance, in the light of religions

Hyderabad , News A symposium on Intolerance, in the light of religions will be held in connection with the foundation day celebrations of Jamiat ul Mominat on November 15, at 10 am, at Abul Kalam Oriental Research Institute, adjacent Public ...
 Siasat Daily2 weeks ago

Secularism is India's need, not a luxury

Intolerance is an outcome of extremism. Whether it is religious extremism, ultra-nationalism, extremist views about an ideology or about the superiority of a race, all encourage intolerance towards others. The rise of intolerance in India these days ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago

Universities celebrate Diwali the Dravidian way

On Diwali day, as most celebrated the festival with lit diyas and crackers, students of two State universities in Telangana held festivities of a different sort. Amidst fireworks, they mourned the death of Narakasura, whom they held in the esteem of ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Two universities celebrate Diwali the Dravidian way  The Hindu2 weeks ago
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