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December 10, 2018

Human Rights Day: 10 books your kids can read to become better persons #mustshare

  Get your kids to read these books to learn about the basic human rights, from equality to education. Human Rights Day: Introduce your kids to these books. (Source: Amazon) Human Rights Day is observed annually on December 10 to… Continue Reading →

Republic TV Journalist Booked For Sexually Assaulting Woman Journo #MeToo

I Republic TV’s Assam correspondent Anirudha Bhakat Chutia has been accused by a Guwahati-based woman of kidnapping and physically assaulting her. An FIR has been registered against Chutia at Guwahati’s Dispur Police Station on 1 December on the basis of the… Continue Reading →

Dalit youth tied to tree, beaten up till he became unconscious; time to protest: Jignesh Mevani

Strongly objecting to what he called “police terror” in Ahmedabad, Gujarat’s top Dalit rights leader Jignesh Mevani has said that cops of the city’s Kagadipith police station “tied Dalit youth named Umesh Solanki with a tree till they became unconscious”,… Continue Reading →

Book on Bhopal gas leak exposes official’s laxity, greed at time of tragedy

RABINDRA NATH CHOUDHURY Unfolding The Betrayal of Bhopal Gas Tragedy, authored by Moti Singh, chronicles travails and betrayal of victims.  Famous photographer Raghu Rai’s picture of a victim child’s burial The Bhopal gas tragedy of 1984, that had left more… Continue Reading →

 Yogi Adityanath, not demonetisation, is PM Modi’s biggest blunder

Even if it paid rich dividends in Uttar Pradesh elections soon after, Modi erred in gifting away that incredible success to Yogi Adityanath who no one had voted for. Demonetisation broke his government’s economic momentum. Yogi Adityanath may wreck his… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon violence: Dalit anger still simmering even after two probes and numerous arrests

Rural police named two Hindu leaders in FIR but never filed a charge sheet. Urban police arrested 10 activists, blamed Maoists for violence Yogesh Joshi Hindustan Times, Pune Protests by Dalit groups in the aftermath of the Bhima Koregaon clashes… Continue Reading →

India – Curious case of sexual “offence”, when Supreme Court pulled up Gujarat High Court

BY R.K.MISRA The law is an ass unless you propose to ride it. Then it bucks you to spread-eagled state ! Is the search for truth in the quest for justice ,a matter of just right or wrong, a matter… Continue Reading →

Rajasthan’s Poorest TB Patients Left Out In Govt’s Search For Missing Cases

Stone-crushing workers, highly vulnerable to tuberculosis, are suffering as the ‘active case finding’ campaign is failed by poor management and lack of infrastructure. By Anumeha Yadav ANUMEHA YADAV Santosh Devi, the daughter-in-law of an MDR-TB patient, finished a course of… Continue Reading →

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