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February 21, 2018

RSS hoardings which called Dalits ‘untouchable’ brought down after protest

Ishita Bhatia| TNN | Dalit leaders who took out a march were protesting against a line in the hoardings which they said was derogatory. MEERUT: A group of Dalits tore down hoardings put up for RSS mega convention Rashtrodyacalling the contents derogatory to… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon violence: Arrest Milind Ekbote now, SC reprimands state government

  The court clarified that its earlier order stating that in the event of his arrest Ekbote should be released on bail upon furnishing a bond of Rs.1 lakh did not restrain the state from arresting him      … Continue Reading →

Punjab woman gangraped on Delhi-Ranchi train attempts suicide #Vaw

  Two days after the rape, the teenager, who did not tell anyone about her ordeal, attempted suicide by consuming poison, but was rescued and rushed to a hospital. Saurav Roy Hindustan Times, Ranchi A 19-year-old girl was allegedly gangraped… Continue Reading →

More than 30 per cent of world’s organic producers are in India

Jitendra   But they are mostly marginal farmers sharing only 2.59 per cent of total area under organic cultivation  Going by the average, each organic farmer in India does cultivation on less than two hectares of land. Credit: Samrat Mukherjee India… Continue Reading →

India – Marital Connections: Rotomac Kothari, Adani, Panama Papers Et Al

l One married into the Ambani’s family, the other into the Adani family  NEW DELHI: Wheels within wheels, building connections that make the difference between lack lustre and booming business. So while news focused on Nirav Modi and his relationship by… Continue Reading →

500-page chargesheet filed against Ness Wadia in Preity Zinta sexual harassment case

The incident had taken place inside Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on May 30, 2014 during a Kings XI Punjab match.   HT Correspondent Hindustan Times, New Delhi Preity Zinta and Ness Wadia are the co-owners of Kings XI Punjab. Four years… Continue Reading →

Vyapam scam: First conviction -Five get 7 years in jail for constable test irregularities

Special CBI counsel Satish Dinkar said this is the first conviction tracing the inter-state ramifications of the Vyapam scam after the central agency took over the investigation in 2015. Written by Milind Ghatwai | Bhopal | Special Judge S C Upadhyay convicted… Continue Reading →

Landmark Swedish Court Judgment against Nuclear Waste Repository #mustshare

Courtesy: MKG MKG, the Swedish NGO Office for Nuclear Waste Review has made an unofficial translation into English of the Swedish Environmental Court opinion on the power industry’s Nuclear Waste Company SKB’s license application for a final repository for spent nuclear… Continue Reading →

Nagaland – Violence against Women ( VAW): mum’s the word

  Aheli Moitra   When it comes to public policies on Violence Against Women in Nagaland, mum’s the word.   At a recent program titled ‘The Big Picture—Policy Matters’ held in Dimapur on February 17, representatives of political parties, all… Continue Reading →

Man transcends algorithm; cannot be enmeshed inside it, says Gopal Subramaniam #AadhaarHearing

Senior Advocate Gopal Subramanium resumed arguments for the 11th day of the Aadhaar hearing on behalf of the petitioners. Adding to the thread of earlier arguments in the case, he began by saying that the Aadhaar Act is unconstitutional. “After the Puttaswamy judgment read with NALSA and Subramaniam… Continue Reading →

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