Good Evening dear reader! Here’s a gist of the top trending pieces on Swarajya today.
As India waits to play Holi, the self-appointed saviours and the new-found champions of environment have started surfacing, only to fade away in the riot of colours.
Railways sets a new precedent as the ribbon for the bridges re-built by the Indian Army were cut by a flower vendor at Elphinstone Road, women passengers at Kalyan and dabbawalas at Currey Road.
The opposition ‘pulse’ jibe aimed at Modi fizzled out when the Centre ramped up pulse production with the country expected to attain self-sufficiency sooner than later. However, our problems in pulses cultivation are far from over.
The media in Tamil Nadu has a bias against Hinduism. It becomes clear especially when a comparison is made between media stories that discuss Hindu and non-Hindu individuals and ideas.
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