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Siwan’s tough choice between Hindutva and Shahabuddin

BJP’s rise in Siwan has coincided with Shahabuddin’s - and therefore RJD's - decline: the two forces hang in uneasy suspension.

posted by Abhishek Choudhary|November 3, 2015   in Articles|4 comments

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The things feminism has improved for me: A male perspective

Embracing feminism has made me a better and, yes, happier person.

posted by Shiladitya Sen|November 3, 2015   in Life|4 comments

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Dear Gadkari-ji, test separate lanes on roads for autonomous cars

An open letter to Nitin Gadkari

posted by Rain Man|November 2, 2015   in Governance|7 comments

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Is the government furtively trying to do away with non-NET fellowships?

A review committee would consider ‘economic and other criteria for non-NET fellowships’.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|October 29, 2015   in Articles|one comment

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NL Ki Class on political equations

Inspired by Arun Shourie, we present to you some more equations.

posted by Mahima Singh|October 28, 2015   in Life|21 comments

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Why I must bully and outrage on TV: A news anchor on role-playing in the studio

The louder and more obnoxious you are on TV, the more people notice you.

posted by Anon|October 23, 2015   in Life|10 comments

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To be or not to be anonymous at Newslaundry? Our subscribers and us have a new policy

Pseudonyms & anonymity will be accepted on a case-by-case basis.

posted by Abhinandan Sekhri|October 23, 2015   in Articles|3 comments

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The trials and tribulations of eating and serving beef in Delhi

Our reporter explores what it means to eat, serve and protect the cow in Delhi.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|October 22, 2015   in Articles|26 comments

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It’s turning out to be the uncrackable code: Uniform Civil Code

Your all-round guide to the UCC’s history, roadblocks, complications and how it works in other countries.

posted by Abhishek Choudhary|October 21, 2015   in Governance|3 comments

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IB runs background checks on RTI activists: What is the government scared of?

RTI activists invited to the annual CIC convention claim IB sleuths questioned them on their politics.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|October 16, 2015   in Articles|8 comments

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