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    Captain Aladin and religious minorities

    We know that religion is the last refuge of a scoundrel. However, we did not know that our national son-in-law, Captain (r) Safdar, was so keen to...

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    Betwixt and between

    In almost every village in India, some ghost lurks in a tree or a deserted house. This ghost usually belongs to a person who failed to make the...

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    Deadly embrace

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