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September 24, 2018

Two TISS students and one IAS officer are ensuring rural folk get access to every government scheme.

 Here’s how They are using rural youth who know how to use a computer to visit BPL families and enter their data online and match them with government schemes they are eligible for Prajanma Das Edex Live 54 shares The… Continue Reading →

Filmmaker Kalpana Lajmi passes away at 64 #RIP

HIGHLIGHTS Renowned filmmaker Kalpana Lajmi died on Sunday morning at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. Lajmi was suffering from a chronic kidney disease and liver failure.   Critically-acclaimed director-writer Kalpana Lajmi was cremated Sunday in the presence of family, friends… Continue Reading →

Sister Lucy, who joined protest with nuns in Kochi, banned from church activities #WTFnews

Sister Lucy Kalappura of Mananthavady diocese, Wayanad, has reportedly been banned from prayer, teaching the Bible, attending worship service and other activities of the parish, including offering holy communion. T Have dioceses started taking action against the nuns who joined… Continue Reading →

India – Modi and the art of distraction

‘The arrests of Sanatan Sanstha members for committing murder and stockpiling explosives with the alleged intent of committing mass murder must be embarrassing to a majoritarian government,’ notes Devangshu Datta. The great Jadugar K Lal once told me that stage… Continue Reading →

I Fear Lynching More Than Triple Talaq: Journalist Arfa Khanum

  NEW DELHI — Renowned journalist Arfa Khanum Sherwani has asked if the government will act against lynching because she fears it more than Triple Talaq. The central government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi passed an ordinance on Wednesday making Triple… Continue Reading →

Rafale Deal: Truth of Benefiting Ambani Revealed Again

With the statement of former French President Francois Hollende, the truth has come to the fore again that in the Rafale Aircraft deal, the Indian government has played a direct role in favoring industrialist Anil Ambani’s company Reliance Defense Ltd…. Continue Reading →

Aligarh Encounter- Rights group writes to UP DGP, asks 11 questions

  Shabana, mother of 22-year-old Mustakeem who was killed by police in ‘encounter’ in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh on 20 September 2018. (Photo credit- Gajendra Yadav-The Indian Express) Caravan News LUCKNOW — Eminent human rights group Rihai Manch has demanded a high-level… Continue Reading →

India – Love, sex & the border patrol

Why love doesn’t set you free, especially in this country In broad daylight, a young man was killed in front of his pregnant wife. The murder was planned by his own father-in-law, to avenge the ‘dishonour’ he felt because… Continue Reading →

How a Madrassa became Oxford school

Modern madrassa-cum schools in UP combine Quran with computers Dressed in his uniform — a blue-and-white striped shirt and blue trousers — Zunaid Khan watches raptly as the laptop screen plays a movie about how pollution is affecting the… Continue Reading →

Julian Assange -Generation Being Born Now Is The Last To Be Free

  Julian Assange in Last Interview Before Blackout. September 20, 2018 “Information Clearing House“ –  Before his links to the world was cut by his Ecuadorian hosts, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange gave an interview on how technological advances are changing humankind. He said… Continue Reading →

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