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Muzaffarpur: This TV reporter is winning praise for relentlessly questioning an errant BJP leader
Watch: Shoaib Akhtar slams ‘brainless’ captain Sarfaraz Ahmed as India thump Pakistan in World Cup
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World Cup 2019: Sarfaraz’s almighty yawn becomes a meme magnet even as Pakistan falter against India
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Doctors’ strike: Mamata Banerjee proposes setting up a team to communicate with patients’ families
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The criticism of a book on transmen in India raises essential questions about power and privilege
Nandini Krishnan’s ‘Invisible Men’ has been at the centre of many recent critiques but the author’s response to them has been even more telling than the book.
· Jan 26, 2019 · 05:30 pm
First person: A simple bio note for a lit fest reminded me of the relentless scrutiny of queer lives
Children’s book writer and queer feminist activist Shals Mahajan writes about the insidiousness of everyday discrimination faced by queer people.
· Sep 23, 2018 · 01:30 pm
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