Bridge the Gap! Bring the Change!


August 5, 2018

‘Justice is never served’: Nia Wilson and the fear of racial violence

A teenage girl was stabbed in an unprovoked attack by a white man. Her death has become a powerful symbol of American racism Sam Levin in Oakland Nia Wilson wondered what would happen if she ever became a hashtag. The 18-year-old Oakland woman… Continue Reading →

Lawyer Satish Ukke, Petitioner in Judge Loya Case arrested in 17-year-old case #WTFnews

By ARSHU JOHN AND ATUL DEV |  SHAHID TANTRAY FOR THE CARAVAN In June this year, Uke had filed a petition in the Bombay High Court demanding official compensation for the family of the late CBI judge BH Loya. In the evening… Continue Reading →

The #Aadhaar Challenge and the harm unleashed on people

 ANUPAM SARAPH In an India where every government document had to be attested by a gazetted officer, the pendulum has swung to the other extreme.  TRAI chairman R. S. Sharma Instead of examining the harm caused to the country by… Continue Reading →

India – The Poor done by #Aadhaar

The poor are the guinea pigs for immature financial technologies Jean Drèze Vimla Devi is a poor widow who lives in Kodakel village of Khunti district in Jharkhand. In a short video circulated recently on Twitter, she explains how she… Continue Reading →

Decade of Kandhamal : Call for Action on Kandhamal Day August 25th, 2018

Dear Friends, We hope you remember the grave communal genocide in Kandhamal in Odisha, which happened in 2008. Barely after eight days after celebration of Independence day, India witnessed the biggest organized communal attack against the Christians in the last… Continue Reading →

Scientists write to President of India against ‘Political intervention’ at ISRO

  Caravan News NEW DELHI: A group of eminent scientists from across the country has appealed to President of India against alleged political intervention in the prestigious Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Seeking President Ram Nath Kovind’s intervention in the matter,… Continue Reading →

India – Cracking eAadhaar password in 2 seconds with Maths #mustshare

Somdev Sangwan This article is already kind of lengthy so let’s get straight to the point. Every eAadhar letter is locked with a password which is a fixed string of following schema: first_four_letters_of_name_in_uppercase + year_of_birth Basically there are 4 uppercase… Continue Reading →

Dear Modi ji – Extend NRC to all of India

by-G. Sampath At least three categories of fake Indians can be weeded out Before you start vomiting your liberal prejudices about human rights, let me tell you something: there are more than 10 million people in the world who don’t… Continue Reading →

Chharanagar police brutality to be turned into a play #Artivism

By Ramu Ramanathan Theatrewallah Daxin Bajarange may turn the story of alleged police brutality in Ahmedabad’s Chharanagar last month into a new play.Budhan is a good example of why we need politically explicit theatre in this day and age. The play is… Continue Reading →

Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Bhim!

S.G.VOMBATKERE | The soldier, the farmer, the Dalit come together  It was Lal Bahadur Shastri, when he was India’s prime minister, who coined the slogan “Jai Jawan! Jai Kisan!”, in the realistic understanding that the Jawan provides national external security (since then… Continue Reading →

© 2019 — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑