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Nationalism debate: Rijiju uses serving jawan’s video as fresh ammo
Refusing to back off in the political slugfest over “nationalism”, junior home minister Kiren Rijiju on Wednesday tweeted a video of a serving Army jawan criticising those who allegedly batted for terrorists like Afzal Guru and Maoists or flagburners while the armed forces put their lives on the line.
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Kohli, Ashwin chosen for Polly Umrigar and Dilip Sardesai awards
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Jio ups data benefits, tariff war continues
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