Author: Somi Das

No attack on Pandits, RSS chief meant ‘Scholar’, Sunil Ambekar clarifies

A news agency later clarified that the error occurred because of wrong translation of Bhagwat's statement as he was speaking in Marathi.

India can’t be mute spectator to ‘historic’ DOJ lawsuit against Google, say Indian IT experts

India needs to take serious note of the ‘historic’ lawsuit filed by the US Department of Justice against Google, says Indian IT experts. Two years after Google came under scrutiny for influencing the US elections, on January 24 the United States Justice Department (DOJ) along with states including New York, California, Colorado and Virginia filed

Bombshells who ‘catwalked’ with Rahul Gandhi in Bharat Jodo Yatra

A collection of show-stopper moments from #bharatjodoyatra. Rahul Gandhi stuck to his white T-shirt and unkempt bearded look through his countrywide march. He was flanked by gorgeous women for a good part of the journey. A look at what brought these beauties to the yatra.

US-Europe NRI darling SRK urges Russians to watch Pathaan

The amalgamation of geo-political and cultural factors has opened up a new opportunity for Indian filmmakers in Russia. Will SRK be able to crack this market just like he won over the US-Europe Box Office?

Brij Bhushan to step aside till probe over: Anurag Thakur on WFI sexual harassment scandal

An oversight committee will have to submit its report within 4 weeks. The name of the members of this committee is likely to be announced on Saturday.

Reckless religious tourism in India needs to be checked

We must not downplay the reckless nature in which religious tourism is being pushed in ecologically sensitive regions of the country

Sunil Shetty begs UP CM for protection from ‘#BoycottBollywood’

Actor Sunil Shetty's call for Yogi Adityanath's intervention to help counter hatred against Bollywood comes at a time when UP CM is laying out the red carpet for Mumbai-based entertainment industry. Here's why Bollywood might be looking at UP CM to rescue it

Why Joshimath sinking should be declared as national emergency

Situated at a height of 6,000 feet, this town in Chamoli district is a gateway for Hindu and Sikh pilgrims to travelling to Badrinath and Hemkund Sahib.

Shraddha-Aftab case: India’s daughters speak up on Love Jihad

Many right-wing politicians have dubbed the Shraddha-Aftab incident a case of love Jihad. Now there is a demand for a law to punish love jihad. But what do India's youngsters think about Love Jihad? How has it changed their ideas about inter-religious relationships and marriages. We find out.

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