Opinion/Commentary
Zakir Naik is bigger threat than 'terrorists', but weak case against him - Dinesh Unnikrishnan, Firstpost
Zakir Naik is not a terrorist. Not till the moment there is hard evidence to prove his direct involvement in any of the terrorist activities either in India or abroad. The preacher and televangelist from Dongri, who connects with his young followers in English unlike the paan-chewing mullahs, can at best be booked for hate speech. But, here lies the danger Naik poses to India, including its 160 million-strong Muslim population.
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Leadership sweepstakes and the Modi factor - Sandeep Shastri, Hindu
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Reality check for Chacko - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
Goodbye Jet Airways? - Kushan Mitra, Pioneer
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Is the Election Commission toothless or is it refusing to bite? - Anuradha Raman, Hindu
History speaks for itself - B Deepanjali, Pioneer
Prize fight buzz in Varanasi - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
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Congress party continuously supporting antisocial elements and those who indulge in violence. It raises voice against the security forces and police personnel of the country. Which academic discipline requires students to wear masks and hold stones while studying? The Congress party always choose to stand with those who are inimical to the country and rile up security forces.
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