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Which team do you think will qualify for the semi-finals?

After the match between arch-rivals England and Australia, Australia took the lead. With this win, Australia has also qualified further for the semi-finals. Also, New Zealand and India are also in the safe zone. So let us know who do you think has the better ability to mold the opponents and claim the spot for semi-finals?

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Shashi Tharoor Tweets Cartoon Condemning Mob Lynching in the Name of Lord Ram

Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Tuesday tweeted a cartoon of vigilantes attacking people in the name of Lord Ram. His reaction comes in response to the recent case of lynching that emerged from Jharkhand. He tweeted a cartoon that depicted a man being tied up to a tree and a group of people thrashing him with sticks and kicking him and asking him to chant 'Jai Shri Ram'. A massive controversy erupted after the mob lynching of a 24-year-old Muslim on charges for alleged theft. Earlier today, CCTV footage showed state police officers dragging the victim by the collar.

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Should Multiple Rape Offenders Be Allowed Parole?

Jailed Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who was sentenced to 20 years in jail for raping two women and for the murder of a journalist over 16 years ago, is now seeking parole owing to his "good conduct" in jail. The self-styled godman, who has a huge following in this region, has sought parole of 42 days. His conviction had led to violence in Panchkula and Sirsa, leaving 41 people dead and over 260 injured. Opposition parties say that the Khattar government is trying to appease the locals in Haryana by favoring the convict.

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PM Narendra Modi in the Lok Sabha Criticized A Former Congress Leader for Controversial Statements on Muslims

During his speech in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized a former Congress leader who said that it was not the duty of their party to uplift Muslims and “if they want to lie in the gutter let them be”. The comment was claimed to be made by PV Narsimha Rao, in 1986, while speaking to Arif Mohammed Khan, a former four-time MP. He declared that the Congress was not a party of social reformers and it wasn’t their responsibility to pull Muslims out of the gutter. Src- https://bit.ly/2X32gYR

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