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November 18, 2017

Uttar Pradesh CM Adityanath’s Claim Of No Riots During BJP Rule False

by Devanik Saha     On November 16, 2017, chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath claimed that the law and order situation had improved in the state, and not a single riot had taken place during the eight months of his government…. Continue Reading →

Safe and Clean Community Toilets: Mumbai Women Demand Their ‘Right to Pee’

On November 19, which is World Toilet Day, the campaign activists will approach Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and raise issues of open defecation. Campaign launched to highlight the lack of clean and safe public toilets in the city A month… Continue Reading →

‘‘जब पानी में आग लगी थी’’ महाड़ सत्याग्रह के नब्बे साल

– सुभाष गाताडे प्रस्तावना   ‘क्या पानी में आग लग सकती है ?’’ किसी भी संतुलित मस्तिष्क व्यक्ति के लिए यह सवाल विचित्र मालूम पड़ सकता है। अलबत्ता सामाजिक-राजनीतिक आंदोलनों पर निगाह रखनेवाला व्यक्ति बता सकता है कि जब लोग… Continue Reading →

First-ever bill on Palestinian human rights introduced in U.S. Congress

U.S. lawmakers seek to prohibit taxpayer funds from supporting abuses against Palestinian minors in Israeli military detention system Sheren Khalel  Rep. Betty McCollum (D-MN) introduced a House bill on Tuesday that seeks to prohibit the U.S. from funding the… Continue Reading →

In Education System -Segregation Is Subtle Form Of Discrimination = SC End #Edpartheid

Edpartheid  is a policy enabled segregation of school students separating children based on perceived difference resulting in othering and islolation and almost completely absent understanding of diversity Posted by Abha Khetarpal November 17, 2017 Recently the Supreme Court of India has… Continue Reading →

Rs 5 crore reward for beheading Deepika Padukone, Sanjay Leela Bhansali #WTFnews

 Chatriya Samaj jumps into Padmavati row Demanding a ban on Padmavati, Thakur Abhishek Som, an office-bearer of the Chatriya Samaj announced the reward. Deepika has played the titular role of Queen Padmavati in the movie.  By Zee Media Bureau | … Continue Reading →

Gender discrimination thriving in Uttarakhand #Vaw

by  Rakesh Agrawal The hill state of Uttarakhand is largely the result of a struggle lead by women who fought for a separate state that was carved out of Uttar Pradesh on 9 November, 2000, just about 17 years ago and… Continue Reading →

India – By Age 22, 50% Of Women Stay Home Or Are Married

Vipul Vivek,  Students walk in a street in Sanjeeva Reddy Nagar, Hyderabad’s IT skills training hub. Not only were fewer women training themselves for the labour market, far more women were married by age 22 in 2016 than men,… Continue Reading →

Bombay HC rejects plea for ban on Marathi film ‘Dashkriya’ #FOE

Bench Cites SC Ruling On Artistic Freedom Mohammed.Akhef The Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court on Friday dismissed a plea seeking a ban on Marathi film ‘Dashkriya’ citing recent orders of the Supreme Court urging judges to be more… Continue Reading →

Punjab – Adopt Nirmal Singh Model to shun stubble burning

Six villages in Punjab’s Faridkot shun stubble burning, courtesy this man Of 12,00 farmers here, around 930 did not burn stubble after Nirmal Singh suggested alternatives. Gagandeep Jassowal Hindustan Times, Faridkot Patwari Nirmal Singh At a time when the state… Continue Reading →

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