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Dhoni the common man's captain
It was 2004, when I was in 3rd year, on my way to complete law, that we saw Dhoni debuting for India. Since I was from Bihar, I had heard about “Mahi” much before than some of my college friends heard about him first. And in his first match, on his first ba...

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A confession of presstitute
Recently, the Caravan magazine brought
out an article detailing how almost 300 Madhya Pradesh based journalists cutting
across every newspaper, channels and what not, were allotted plots in Bhopal by
the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government in the early years o...

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25 journalists staying in government provided bungalows in Delhi
Twenty five media-persons are presently staying in Central
government provided type-4, type-5 and type-6 government flats in the
national capital. As per the response shared by the Directorate of Estates,
Ministry of Urban Development, to an   RTI   query f...

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The demand from Gujarat...
Former Home Minister and Congress leader  P. Chidambaram,   who is in the eye of storm
for his role in the Ishrat Jahan case, might have admitted the role and influence of a Gujarat based Congress
leader in the whole case. Chidambaram, while quoting his int...

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All good for journos in Shivraj's raj
The Madhya Pradesh government spent nearly Rs 93 crores in the last 4 year in giving advertisements to unknown news websites and news channel. The government has also given Rs 58 crores to 107 institutions for 'regional publicity' of the government. This in...

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Why Modi must act
The political honeymoon period of
BJP got over earlier then it would have expected and the marital discords that
a political party faces after coming to power have started even
sooner than it might ha ve anticipated. The historic mandate it received
in the ...

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Why the Aam Aadmi went for the party.
Almost all the exit polls have
predicted a comfortable win for the Aam Aadmi Party in the Delhi elections, and
for those who believe them, the Modi-Shah magic is likely to fail in mini-India
when the results are announced on February 10. Assuming that the r...

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Dasyu Samrat Malkhan
Thick curled moustache, sporting
a Ray ban aviator sun-glasses and a red vermilion mark on his forehead, Daku Malkhan
Singh, 74, a bandit of the Chambal region, who had more than 100 cases of
murder and dacoity against him when he surrendered in 1982, is no...

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The life and times of a Bachelor
Recently, numerous media debates and several articles have been
penned on the issue of racial profiling of the African citizens who are staying
in India. But the media, like it has done in the past, forgot to raise the
issue of another important allied subj...
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