Hate brigade attacks Shah Rukh Khan: Will BJP act against them?
Actor Shah Rukh Khan's outspoken interview to NDTV on intolerance has become a national headline. The actor is now facing a backlash from the hate brigade that has gone so far as to compare him to 26/11 terror mastermind Hafiz Saeed. BJP MP Yogi Adityanath said Shah Rukh's language was the same as that of Hafiz Saeed. BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya first tweeted that Shah Rukh's heart was in Pakistan, then retracted it. On The Buck Stops Here, we ask: isn't this attack on Shah Rukh Khan absolutely shameful? Why are the people making such statements not facing action from the BJP? And how far can the BJP stretch the 'fringe' argument?
PM Modi tech savvy; realized value of Aadhar: Nandan Nilekani To NDTV
Infosys co-founder and Aadhaar creator Nandan Nilekani tells NDTV that he is "not suited for mainstream politics" and will be "better off" bringing change with technology. Is the 60-year-old the "right man in the wrong party" as his new book 'Rebooting India' says? "I am still a member of the Congress... let's see how that goes," he said.