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September 25, 2018

Aadhaar Verdict in SC , Here’s All You Need to Know

On Wednesday, 26 September, the Supreme Court will pronounce its verdict on a batch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the Aadhaar Act, 2016 on the grounds of it being violative of the fundamental right to privacy. A five-judge… Continue Reading →

Persecute the Renegade

Prasenjit Chowdhury | It is clear that the arrests made in a concerted countrywide swoop reek of vendetta. It turned out to be a synchronised arrest of lawyer Sudha Bhardwaj, activist-lawyer Vernon Gonsalves, poet Varavara Rao, human rights activist Gautam… Continue Reading →

Sex and the village: The sexual lives of rural Indian women

Women in villages of Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh talk to Lounge about navigating sexual desire and seeking pleasure amidst prejudices of gender, caste and class Ashwaq Masoodi Photo: Shutterstock. (All photographs have been used for representational purposes only) The first… Continue Reading →

Gujarat Firm Heads Left India Before Case Filed In Rs.5,000 Crore Fraud

Chetan Sandesara and his brother Nitin of Sterling Biotech left India before investigators came to know of the alleged fraud and opened a case against the firm by Neeta Sharma | Updated: September 25, 2018 10:23 IST Sterling Biotech: Properties worth Rs. 4,703 crore have… Continue Reading →

India – #Aadhaar data resided in HP servers at Texas, USA in 2016 #WTFnews

Aadhaar whistle blower document to Indian Supreme Court judges contains proof that in November 2016, Aadhaar data resided in HP servers at Texas, USA  

Tamil Nadu- Inmates segregated on basis of caste in prison Chennai: Within the high walls of the central prison in Palayamkottai in southern Tamil Nadu, prison officials practice one of the worst forms of caste discrimination with impunity. Inquiries with former prisoners reveal that for over a decade, the… Continue Reading →

‘The government is linking us with Maoists to discredit us’

‘The Elgar Parishad turned out to be the first rallying cry against the BJP and RSS in Maharashtra.’ ‘The speakers took a vow not to vote for the BJP.’ Jyoti Punwani reports from Pune. IMAGE: Laughing at the Pune police’s… Continue Reading →

In The Name of Sardar Narmada’s Lynching’ #Poem

Rohit Prajapati (Trupti Shah), 24.09.2018 In the name of Sardar Look, What Modi Government is doing Communal Violence, Dalits – Tribals – Minorities Oppressed ‘Anti-Nationals’, ‘Urban Naxal’ are labelled those who raise voice Then this Modi Government In the name of Sardar installs “Statue of Unity”… Continue Reading →

Pranay’s murder and opposition to inter-caste unions: Why is the state not doing more?

Political parties are aware that they cannot come to power without the support of Dalits, and yet, they don’t take a serious stance on these atrocities and killings. Raviteja Rambarki Pranay’s murder, a consequence of the patriarchal institution of marriage,… Continue Reading →

Loveratri becomes Loveyatri: Other Indian films that have changed titles under unpopular demand

For the Indian Offence Brigade, there’s a lot in a name. The course of true love never did run smooth. Neither does the course of some love stories, especially if they are being shot in India. The latest to feel bumps along… Continue Reading →

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