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July 4, 2018

Legal notice to Arnab Goswami and Republic TV by Advocate Sudha Bharadwaj

PUBLIC STATEMENT BY ADVOCATE SUDHA BHARADWAJ, Visiting Professor, National Law University Delhi and National Secretary, Peoples’ Union for Civil Liberties   I have been informed that Republic TV aired a programme on 4 July 2018, presented by anchor and MD Arnab… Continue Reading →

UP- Paraded Naked, Dalit Woman Raped #Vaw

The incident took place in Kurara in Hamirpur district. According to the victim’s husband, who belongs to the Nishad community. THE ASIAN AGE. | AMITA VERMA Lucknow: In a shocking incident, a 35-year-old dalit woman was thrashed and then paraded naked after… Continue Reading →

India – The marriage penalty on women

An exclusive focus on educating women or financial inclusiveness is unlikely to be effective in making women economically more empowered The discourse on economic development has become increasingly gendered, in recognition of both the ethical construct of equality between men… Continue Reading →

178 Women Film Practitioners across genres condemn AMMA’s move to reinstate Actor Dileep

Express solidarity with women artistes in the Kerala film industry   On the night of February 17, 2018, a well known actress, who has worked in Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu films, was kidnapped and molested in a moving car while she… Continue Reading →

Viral: Fake news of march by Muslims demanding release of Mandsaur rape accused

By Arjun Sidharth The brutal rape of an 8-year old in Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh in June 2018 is being given a brazenly communal spin on social media. Thousands of users are sharing a message, according to which members of the… Continue Reading →

Monsanto’s Loss of Patent Over Bt Cotton is a Victory for Farmers and Indian Seed Companies

Varnika Chawla The Delhi High Court in its decision on 11 April 2018 ruled that Monsanto, the American seed giant building its monopoly on agriculture across the world, cannot assert patent rights over Bt cotton in India. The case presents… Continue Reading →

Mob Lynching And Vigilantism- ‘These Kind Of Instances Cannot Occur’, Says SC, Reserves Judgment Order…

  JULY 3, 2018… “We intend to pass the judgment on the petitions, keeping the contempt alive…these kind of instances cannot occur…it is the obligation of the states to prevent the same… hence, an elaborate judgment is needed”, said CJI…. Continue Reading →

Land and caste are still root causes of Dalit repression  

    Representatives of various people’s organisations meet the family of the Dalit farmer who was burnt alive   July 3, Bhopal. An elderly Dalit farmer was burnt alive at his farm, nearly 70 km away from Bhopal on June… Continue Reading →

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