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June 2018

India – Who Killed Marya?

On the morning of the 28th of June 2018, Marya wore the same smile that she did every morning. She left the house assuring me that she would return rather soon as the weather conditions were clearly not right for… Continue Reading →

Mumbai-Bandra Police STOPS #Aadhaar Hearing at National College #Emergency

As Part of Break Aadhaar Chains Campaign we are having public events, meetings , hearing nationwide , we had events in Chennai, Bangalore Thane  and many more will Happen The Mumbai Public hearing on Aadhaar was scheduled on June 30th at… Continue Reading →

India- Have your heard of our very own Bob Dylan – Gaddar ?

But the revolutionary poet-singer from Telangana is iconic in his radical creativity and pursuit of social justice. BRAHMA PRAKASH But a bird that stalks Down his narrow cage Can seldom see through his bars of rage his wings are clipped… Continue Reading →

NWMI Stands with Women in Cinema Collective, Protests AMMA’s Reinstatement of Dileep

The Network of Women in Media India (NWMI) strongly condemns the Association of Malayalam Movie Artistes’ (AMMA) decision to reinstate actor Dileep who stands accused of being the mastermind behind the abduction and assault of a prominent woman actor from… Continue Reading →

Why Pride Isn’t Everything #LGBTIQ

By: Rashima Kwatra and Emma Rosner | Once again, Pride is upon us. At this time of year, it is easy to get caught up in the outpouring of excitement and visibility within the queer community, but we also cannot forget our anger at… Continue Reading →

Jaggi Vasudev backs Sterlite, says ‘lynching large businesses is economic suicide’ #WTFnews

“Am not an expert on copper smelting but I know India has immense use for copper,” Jaggi Vasudev said. Jyotsna Raman Spiritual guru Jaggi Vasudev, known as Sadhguru, has spoken up in defence of the Sterlite Copper plant in Thoothukudi…. Continue Reading →

The Monks Who Spew Hate

Why Jailing of Gnanasara Did Not Become News in This Part of Asia Subhash Gatade “Ordered disorder, planned caprice, And dehumanised humanity…” – Bertolt Brecht in The Exception and the Rule (quoted in The Sunday Leader) “I have done my duty… Continue Reading →

5 custodial deaths daily during 2017-2018, India must ratify the UNCAT

New Delhi: Asian Centre for Human Rights in its report, “Torture Update India” (, released on, the 26th June, the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture 2018, stated that a total of 1,674 custodial deaths including 1,530 deaths in… Continue Reading →

India – When One WhatsApp Message Killed 22

Death By WhatsApp The fatal messages were both in text and in audio. They were in Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Hindi, Assamese and Gujarati among others. Guys please be on high alert10:24 PM Three kids were kidnapped from my friend’s area… Continue Reading →

When Daughter meets her mother in Prison #ReleaseShomaSen #DefendDissent

Mulaquaat #1 By Koel Sen Yerwada Women’s Jail Pune 26 June 2018 She says, “It’s nice, not as bad as I had expected”.. Maa already looks different. “No cots in the barrack… But the womens cell seems OK. Bedsheets and… Continue Reading →

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