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Monday, April 4 2022


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In 20 years, 40% Hindus will be killed. If you want to change this, be a man. A man keeps weapons. (If) India gets a Muslim Prime Minister, 50% of you will change your faith in the next 20 years.

That’s what Yati Narsinghanand allegedly said at a Hindutva event organised in Delhi—where several journalists—including those from The Quint and NewsLaundry—were assaulted by a mob. What’s notable: The event was held even though the Delhi police flatly refused permission. Also: Narsinghanand is currently out on bail on a previous hate speech case—where he called for the ‘genocide’ of Muslims. He has been charged again—though no one has been arrested.


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Big Story

Playing the ‘foreign hand’: Imran Khan vs the military

The TLDR: Pakistan was thrown into an unprecedented constitutional crisis as the Prime Minister dissolved the Parliament—and called for elections. What caught our eye: The Pakistani military’s public declarations of affection for the US in the midst of this chaos. What’s going on here?


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In today’s edition

Headlines That Matter

  • The Russian invasion: The latest update
  • Sri Lanka in crisis: The latest update
  • And the Grammy winners are…
  • Australia wins the World Cup
  • A new covid variant
  • Aryan Khan case: An unexpected update
  • A very hot month for India
  • Women are unhappier than men, period

 

Sanity Break

  • Post-independence painter YG Srimati's art that reclaims Indian tradition from its colonial legacy

 

A list of good reads

  • What does it mean to become a ‘patient’?
  • Did you know feeding monkeys in cities is bad for the forests?
  • A useful guide to cutting down on alcohol
  • Why courts should not be in the business of interpreting religion

 

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