Always love when Islamists show Libtards who is the boss. Wish Biryani Pasha here.
Biryani Pasha's bio says Wire. Just how many Jinnah idolizing Islamists has that US Sooarajan hired? BC ek ne toh riots hi plan kar diya
Now we have "journalists" who openly idolize Jinnah, man who was singularly responsible for lakhs of murders. The same lot then also shames others for supporting Godse.

Just where are the hockey sticks saala

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14 Oct
So it seems that NDTV story about 'attack' on Tanishq Gandhidham is based on such media reports… that quote an "unnamed" staff saying some people pasted this apology, though no violence etc. has been reported. So "attack" part clearly was fake news by NDTV.
The same report quotes another staff, again, unnamed, saying “Many of our customers have been dialing us and registering their protest and displeasure over the ad campaign. Our daily business has also been affected adversely.” - so clearly they were feeling the pressure.
So in all probability, they pasted the apology themselves because the customers were angry, and then planted this 'mob forced' story in media so that they can tell the Tanishq HQ that they were "forced" to do it and they didn't act of their own by going against company's policy.
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5 Sep
While entire focus is that an atheist dude said something offensive to our gods and now some are getting even by being more offensive (which I think is a fair game), guess bigger issue is how this whole thing started. (1/n)
I'm saying 'bigger issue' because abuse to our gods are hardly new. It's been literally in vogue for over a century, and even today Bhim Army types do it daily and easily get away. So abuse is not new here, the abuser and circumstances are. (2/n)
How it started? Atheist dude tears Quran and spits on it. Gets RTs and laughs from Hindus, so he decides to insult Hindus too. He wasn't being equal opportunity offender, though he may think so, but he was basically uncomfortable 'being seen' among Hindus. (3/n)
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26 Jan
On a serious note, BJP never looked like winning Delhi at all. Kejriwal has lowered bijli-paani bill and that's a difference people can see, just like Modi giving cylinder and houses. However, Sadji's image is a problem, & Shaheen Bagh's Hinduphobia I believe can throw surprises.
Sadji is visibly scared. No doubt about that. And Sadji is shrewd. He knows he has good reasons to be scared.
Sahi hai. Bana lo ek aur Shaheen Bagh. BJP majority nahi, BJP sweep hi karwa lo
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16 Jan
Islam crushing Hinduism. Thanks for removing all doubts.
The bindi of hijabi women can't be missed obviously. Same as in Kashmir, when the mosques asked Kashmiri Hindus to leave Kashmir but leave their women behind. Nice that even Muslim women like Saba are excited at such thoughts.
Remember that "la ilahi.." is part of the ISIS flag, which is more directly linked to Fascism & genocide than Swastika is linked to Nazism. But seculars bulldozed shampooboy Shashi into accepting that it's Islamic, and nothing to do with ISIS. But Swastika, no, they'd desecrate.
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24 Dec 19
This I've heard from many, and mostly people agree to the sentiments, and it's easy to see why. Because 'friendship' is a nice thing, and it is. But what is friendship? You can't be friends with random people. You must have something common - values, interests, history, etc.(1/n)
Now most of the friends that we make are from school or colleges and thus the campus automatically is one thing common. Then there are other things, which could be specific like hobbies, or totally random commonality like sitting on the same bench, or maybe common rivals. (2/n)
As you grow, your interests, values, hobbies, experiences, etc. change, so you lose many common threads with friends. Many friendships are lost just because of distance or time, and it's natural. E.g. you don't feel the same connect again when you meet some old classmates. (3/n)
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