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December 3, 2018

India -Cop among 2 killed in mob riots over ‘cow slaughter’

Police Outpost, Vehicles Burned In UP’s Bulandshahr Meerut (UP): A police inspector and a youth were killed on Monday as a rampaging mob protesting against alleged cow slaughter in the area torched a police post in west Uttar Pradesh’s… Continue Reading →

‘If the voice of the Fourth Estate is stifled … India will become a Nazi state’

Rachna Burman The Madras High Court has, last month, made a strong case in favour of freedom of the press and media, noting that unless functions of the Fourth Estate are safeguarded, India may well become a Nazi State. Justice… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon case: SC directs Maharashtra to submit charge sheet by December 8

  The Pune Police had arrested lawyer Surendra Gadling, Nagpur University professor Shoma Sen, Dalit activist Sudhir Dhawale, activist Mahesh Raut and Kerala native Rona Wilson in June. NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Monday directed the Maharashtra government to submit… Continue Reading →

Gujarat riots: SC to hear Zakia’s plea against clean chit to PM Modi in January 2019

  A bench of Justices A M Khanwilkar and Hemant Gupta posted the matter for hearing in the third week of January. New Delhi: The Supreme Court Monday deferred till the third week of January the hearing on a plea… Continue Reading →

Someone from outside was controlling CJI Dipak Misra: Justice Kurian Joseph

  The retired judge said there were purported signs of influence with regard to ‘allocation of cases to different benches, when Misra would select judges who were perceived to be politically biased.’ Former Supreme Court Justice Kurian Joseph, who retired… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra – ‘Pissed-off’ BJP neta, aides beat up woman, her family #WTFnews

No FIR Lodged A Week After Assault In Pen Umesh K Parida Navi Mumbai: An elected representative of Bharatiya Janata Party allegedly beat up a woman and her family members at a highway eatery on Mumbai-Goa highway recently. Sanjay Bhopi,… Continue Reading →

UP- Woman on way to file FIR set ablaze by molesters #Vaw

  LUCKNOW: A woman, set on fire in Sitapur late on Saturday by two men who had harassed her, was battling for life after suffering 60 per cent burn injuries. The attack came when she was on her way to… Continue Reading →

Police Continue To Make Arrests Using ‘Unconstitutional’ Section 66A of IT Act, Struck Down By SC 3 Years Ago

Charu Bahri December 3, 2018 Mount Abu: On March 20, 2017, the Uttarakhand High Court accorded the status of living human entity to the rivers Ganga and Yamuna. The same day, Zakir Ali Tyagi, an 18-year-old from Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh posted… Continue Reading →

Women with disabilities come together: Dependence makes it harder to speak up #MeToo

A study, in 12 districts of Odisha covering a sample of 729 women with disabilities, showed that 12.6 per cent of the physically disabled respondents reported to having been raped  by Shalini Nair | “Most women with disabilities face sexual abuse from… Continue Reading →

India – Two Child Norm in Panchayats – Defeating Grassroots Democracy

By Litali Das In the judgment of the Supreme Court given on the 25th of October 2018, it upheld the dismissal of a former Sarpanch from his post, for having three children. Minasingh Majhi of Nuapada, Odisha, got elected in… Continue Reading →

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