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Secularism and majority nationalism

Our standing as the world’s largest democracy will be in peril if we do not treat all our citizens equally

Pallavi Model Schools: ‘Secularism a unique feature of India’

Being secular is what every country preaches but how to be secular is what a country like India perfectly proves. Being part of a...

Bengal CM protests removal of topics from CBSE curriculum

"Shocked to know that the central Government has dropped topics like citizenship, federalism, secularism and partisan in the name of reducing CBSE course during the Covid crisis," the CM tweeted.

‘Nationalism’, ‘demonetisation’ chapters dropped from CBSE syllabus

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) notified the new syllabus for classes 9 to 12 for the 2020-21 academic session on Wednesday after rationalising up to 30 per cent of the curriculum.

Campus theatre fest to explore secularism

ACT festival that will open on Sunday here will feature plays by 27 teams from different colleges across Delhi

Left groups to form human chain on Jan 30 at Rajghat

Earlier on January 26, Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan participated in a human chain organised by Left Democratic Front against CAA and NRC

Fare Well 2020!

Powering on the positives of the year gone by and bettering the basics on a preferential basis must be the fulcrum of focus

Sifting CAA facts and fiction

It is a policy decision taken through exercise of sovereign power and we must wait for the SC decision on it

Divisive agenda hurting India

Fissures and fault lines have now spread beyond religion to region and age deepening the divide in our country

YSRCP, JD(U) support Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 

Supporting the bill, JD(U) leader Rajiv Ranjan Singh asserted that the proposed legislation is not against secularism

Majoritarianism global threat to democracy, secularism: Prakash Jha

Jha's film, 'Pareeksha', slated for release next year, is being screened at the ongoing 50th edition of the International Film Festival of India

Pak avoids India’s questions in response to Khan’s speech

Zulqarnain focused his attacks on the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to divert attention from the substantial points made by India in its right of reply to Khan's speech that threatened war.

India is playing with fire in Kashmir: Pakistan President

Alvi expressed apprehension that India can stage a 'Pulwama-like operation' and then attack Pakistan but "we don't want to start a war".

Asaduddin Owaisi demands answer from BJP

Replying to queries on the verdict in the case, he said "justice should be done whichever religion the accused belongs to."

Certainly no festival

We are on the last leg of the largest electoral exercise in the world and nothing concrete has come of it except reinventing the smear

Secularism is sacrosanct

The prescription of Justice SR Sen of Meghalaya High Court that India should have been declared a Hindu country at the time of partition...

Actor Prakash Raj urges Indians to ‘question fearlessly’

Prakash marked it as "fake news" and captioned it: "By spreading such lies, instead of debating my views, you are proving to the world how frustrated... desperate... and the cheap levels you can stoop down."

Muslim leaders in Hyderabad urge people to oppose fascist forces

Hamid Mohammed Khan president JIH Telangana said confidence building process need to be strengthened among Muslims.

Parliament observes 75th anniversary of Quit India Movement launch

The Congress has often accused the RSS of playing no role in the freedom movement, a charge vehemently denied by it.

10 years on, SRK and team relive the ‘Chak De!’ journey

"The film is patriotic without being jingoist, it is cool without being frivolous, it is intense but not boring," Shah Rukh told PTI."Chak De!", regarded as one of Indian cinema's most successful and loved sports films, was released on August 10, 2007.

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