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Govt keen to debate 'so-called intolerance'

The government is likely to seize on the Opposition's demand for a discussion on intolerance in Parliament's winter session starting tomorrow, viewing it as a "good opportunity to expose"...   | Read..

Modi wakes up to allies

Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears to have finally recognised the need for "greater coordination" between the BJP and its allies, the realisation dawning on the...   | Read..

Voices of support amid attacks

Snapdeal, the online retail store that is facing a boycott campaign because its brand ambassador Aamir Khan spoke out about intolerance, found support today from competition.   | Read..

Lagaan notice

Actor Aamir Khan has been told to pay up tax dues on land he owns in his ancestral village but film lovers this time are unlikely to be treated to a double bill: a...   | Read..

Cong to BJP: Don't twist dialogue

The Congress today accused some BJP leaders of twisting the intolerance discourse with their statements that India is the most tolerant and diverse country, arguing that...   | Read..

Not just Aamir who's 'insecure'

Actor Aamir Khan isn't the only one, even the average person from the minority community is living in an "atmosphere of insecurity" as the Centre refuses to allay...   | Read..

Ex-navy chief vents Orop angst

New Delhi, Nov. 25: Former navy chief Admiral L. Ramdas is the latest of senior military veterans to have written to the Prime Minister and the President sounding a warning...   | Read..

Cloud on four new IITs

The names of four proposed IITs do not figure in the information brochure for the Joint Entrance Examination-Advanced 2016, raising questions whether they would at all...   | Read..

Peter 'is being evasive'

The CBI plans to seek an extension of Peter Mukerjea's custody in connection with the Sheena Bora murder case as he has been "evasive" and "not...   | Read..

Climate meet divide finger at US

India today accused the US of trying to create divisions among developing countries ahead of climate talks, and iterated that it expects stronger actions by the developed...   | Read..

Centre defends IT law

The Centre has told the Supreme Court that a person can be prosecuted under the IT Act's Section 67 even if acquitted under the corresponding penal code section as the...   | Read..
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