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August 3, 2018

Kerala defeating Npayoff of social spending’

Varghese K George Vinod Thomas Economist stresses on investment in education and health The quick and effective response to the Nipah outbreak recently in Kerala is a clear demonstration of the benefits of investment in education and health over a… Continue Reading →

Justice for Shanavi Ponnusamy- Condemn Gender Discrimination and Transphobia

    Women Against Sexual Violence and State Repression (WSS) strongly condemns the denial of a job by Air India to Shanavi Ponnusamy on account of her identifying herself as a transwoman.  In a shameful but sadly commonplace instance of… Continue Reading →

Afghan national in Pune, who managed to get Aadhaar card and Indian passport, sent back

Qadiri had come to India on a student visa in 2014 and lived in Kondhwa area, said police sources. His details were registered with the Foreigner Registration Office of Pune City Police by Chandan Haygunde | Pune | X In the verification… Continue Reading →

UIDAI’s #Aadhaar Helpline Creeps Into Contacts Of Smartphones #WTFnews

UIDAI’s Aadhaar Helpline Number Is Getting Mysteriously Added To Your Contact List And Nobody Knows How The UIDAI recently changed its helpline number recently. (Representational) NEW DELHI:  HIGHLIGHTS The new number has been pushed into people’s phone books On Twitter,… Continue Reading →

India – Govt drops the Plan to monitor Social Media

 Monitoring Social Media Dropped: Centre To SC; Hearing On Plea Against It Closed BY: LIVE LAW NEWS NETWORK  The Centre today submitted before the Supreme Court that it has dropped the proposal to create social media hubs to monitor social… Continue Reading →

Modi Rule of 4 years- 3,000 Communal Incidents in India, 389 Dead

  A scene of violence during communal riot in Kasganj of Uttar Pradesh in January 2018. (Photo – IANS) Caravan News NEW DELHI: In the last four years, from 2014 to 2017, some 2,920 communal incidents took place in the… Continue Reading →

Genetically modified food: Whose health, whose business

People are concerned about the possibility of eating GM food.  Can we not expect the government to ensure that they have the right to choose? By Sunita Narain The minimum we expect from the government is to differentiate between right and… Continue Reading →

Marital Rape Debate: Justice DY Chandrachud on Right to say “no” after Marriage

FacebookTwitterWhatsAppShare640 The hearing in the challenge to Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code which criminalises adultery is progressing before a Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court. The matter is being heard by a Bench of Chief Justice of India,… Continue Reading →

Scrap Bullet Train Project Now ! Political Parties Lend Support to Farmers Workers Protest Against Bullet Train Project

Bullet Train Feasibility Report Omits Crucial Chapters, Shrouded in Secrecy Political Parties Lend Support to Farmers Workers Protest Against Bullet Train Project Scrap Bullet Train Project Now ! New Delhi, August 2 : Bullet train is pure megalomania of a despot and… Continue Reading →

India – When the rural elite hijacks welfare schemes

Although there are multiple factors that interfere with the fair implementation of rural welfare programs, it is important to break the stranglehold of the rural elite and often co-opted local administration Sanjiv Phansalkar Women working to build a pond under… Continue Reading →

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