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December 1, 2018

India – Single Women can now jump the Adoption Queue

“The Central Adoption Resource Agency has modified its rules to ensure that Single Women over the age of 45, wishing to adopt a child are given priority and allowed to jump the queue. Since this change 250 Single Women have… Continue Reading →

P. Sainath: Farmers Are Moving From Suicide To Active Protests, This Is A Historic Beginning

Parliament must be made to work for the people, says the journalist, who is hopeful the people of Delhi will turn out to support the farmers By Pavan Dahat HINDUSTAN TIMES VIA GETTY IMAGES Sainath said the Nashik-Mumbai march earlier… Continue Reading →

Delhi High Court Suggests Measures to Deal with Communal Riots Cases

  A burnt Tato Nano car is seen after the communal riots in Trilokpuri in East Delhi. (HT Photo/Virendra Singh Gosain)   Caravan News NEW DELHI — The Delhi High Court on Wednesday upheld the conviction and punishment of 88 people… Continue Reading →

SC Tells Chhattisgarh- ‘Can’t Hang Sword of FIR Indefinitely Over Someone’s Head’

  Responding to a plea by Nandini Sundar for the quashing of “malicious” FIR, the Supreme Court issued notice to the Chhattisgarh government. Effigies of Bela Bhatia, Himanshu Kumar, Nandini Sundar, Manish Kunjam and Malini Subramaniam held aloft by uniformed… Continue Reading →

No Riots in Gujarat, MP, UP & Chhattisgarh After Our Govts Came To Power: BJP Chief Amit Shah. All Claims False

by Anmol Alphonso     Mumbai: “Hamari sarkare baar baar kyu aati hai? Gujarat mai hum 27 saal se shaasan me hai, Madhya Pradesh me 15 saal, Chhattisgarh me 15 saal se.. kyu baar baar sarkare ati hai.. development hi toh… Continue Reading →

India’s rewritten textbooks talk of demerits of democracy, praise Hitler, underrate Mughals

A 7th grade book shows Maharana Pratap fighting a Muslim warrior in Haldighati A detailed, 3,800-word review of the books rewritten under directions of the BJP rulers across India since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in May 2014… Continue Reading →

India – The Group of Ministers (GoM) may review POSH act #MeToo

Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi. File   | Photo Credit: WCD ministry has suggested changes The Group of Ministers (GoM) constituted to examine sexual harassment at the workplace may consider amending the law against sexual harassment at… Continue Reading →

World AIDS Day 2018: Theme, awareness , history, key facts

Do you know when the iconic red ribbon that represents fighting HIV/AIDS was conceptualised? Find out all about HIV/AIDS this World AIDS Day 2018. 1 in 4 people don’t know they have HIV/AIDS. Know your risks=know your status. (World AIDS… Continue Reading →

Marathwada farmers harvest water in streams, reap rich yields #mustshare

Farmers in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra that is prone to droughts have made agriculture remunerative by harvesting rainwater in pond-like pockets in streams, leading to groundwater recharge Shashank Deora Jalna, Maharashtra   Falling in a rain shadow region, Jalna district in… Continue Reading →

After Reporting Sexual Harassment, One Professor Found Herself Under Investigation

‘Things Got Out of Control’: By Sarah Brown On Wednesday, when a professor published a blog post with the title “Why I’m Firing Michigan State: Sexual Harassment, Online Harassment, and Utter Institutional Failure,” it evoked themes familiar to anyone who has followed… Continue Reading →

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