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Row over conversion, reconversion Conversion : Personal choice

The row kicked up over the reconversion of over 200 people into Hinduism is an indication that secularism is alive and kicking in India. Something unimaginable in a theocratic country and this is one point which gives hope to the people of India. Sangai Express, 2 months ago

Kejriwal watches movie, asks party workers to 'chill'

people across Delhi exercised their franchise to elect a new Assembly, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo Arvind Kejriwal asked his party workers to 'chill' and 'relax' on Sunday.According to most exit polls, the AAP is likely to clinch the Delhi ...
 24Dunia3 weeks ago Desperate Kejriwal making false promises to people: Sheila Dikshit  24Dunia3 weeks ago Kejriwal alleges BJP ad abused his community, to move EC  24Dunia4 weeks ago Delhi polls: Why getting clear mandate will be onerous task for Arvind Kejriwal  Oneindia1 month ago
Times of India

Taapsee Pannu: I have dated a South Indian but can never date a Sikh

Taapsee Pannu, 26, may not have visited South India prior to doing films there, but she now speaks Telugu fluently and has managed to be the leading lady in many Telugu and Tamil films. She is not only transparent and intelligent but also ...
 Times of India1 month ago Exclusive: I actually chased this role: Taapsee on "Baby"  Pink Villa1 month ago

How Do We Grow To Like The Foods We Once Hated?

Jasjit Kaur Singh, an Indian chef, cooks kaala channa, a traditional spicy Sikh dish. A psychologist says that children who grow up in cultures with lots of spicy food are taught to like spice early on. Richard Lautens/Toronto Star via hide ...
 NPR1 month ago
Indian Express

No-turban rule may well kill basketball in Punjab: Sikh players

Amritpal Singh, Amjyot Singh and Yadwinder Singh Players from Indian basketball's powerhouse, Punjab, had a miserable outing at the recently concluded national championships in Bhilwara, getting ousted in the quarter-finals. But concerns over the ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Business Standard India

Harry Baweja's Chaar Saahibzaade rakes in Rs 70 crore globally

A colleague was surprised to see people queuing up outside a cinema hall to see an animated Punjabi film named Chaar Saahibzaade in New Delhi. On asking, she was told that many Gurudwaras had bought tickets for their patrons. The cab driver was all ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago Harry Baweja's Chaar Saahibzaade gives 250% returns  Smart Investor1 month ago

Hundreds take political plunge

Photo: Contributed Philpott with her family. How many people would fight tooth and nail to get into a profession almost guaranteed to earn them a reputation as self-serving liars and cheats, if not outright crooks? Lots, it turns out. ...
 Castanet.net2 months ago Who would want to become a politician? Turns out a lot of people  Metro Canada2 months ago Hundreds take political plunge, despite cynicism, politicians' bad reputation  610 CKTB2 months ago Cynicism doesn't dissuade political newcomers  News Talk 650 CKOM2 months ago

Dear BJP, it's Bharat Ratna, not Hindu Ratna

With its choice of the latest Bharat Ratna awardees, the BJP-led government has not left a shred of doubt about its agenda. No surprises there, it's Hindutva, not development, on the plank of which it won the 2014 elections. The government ...
 Arab News2 months ago

'As long as Pakistan exists, we can't say it was a flawed idea'

'Muslims, like people of all other faiths, are quite comfortable with the idea of nationalism and democracy today. But are they following Islam in its spirit? That is a different question.' Image: Muslim children read the Quran at a madrasa.Photograph: K K Arora/Reuters "Iqbal feared that since democracy was about numbers, the Hindu majority would dominate Indian politics, culture and society and Muslims would be slowly marginalised and obliterated from India," says Zafar Anjum, author of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Irish Mirror

'I aborted my baby because it was a boy': Outrage after 'feminist' blogger claims gender prompted termination

The woman says her "bad experiences with men" led her to have the sex selective abortion Backlash: People have criticised the blogger for allegedly aborting her baby because of his sex A "feminist" blogger has provoked outrage after ...
 Irish Mirror2 weeks ago
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