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January 15, 2019

250 Parliamentarians and Eminent Citizens write to Prime Minister to release funds for MGNREGA and to respond effectively to rural distress

Nearly 90 Members of Parliament and 160 eminent citizens including former bureaucrats, leading development economists, prominent activists and leaders of farmers’ movements have written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling for an urgent response to the crisis… Continue Reading →

Red Rosa’ Luxemburg and the making of a revolutionary icon

‘ Revolutionary socialists Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht were executed 100 years ago in Berlin. In the ensuing century, Luxemburg has become a cult figure for the left — and for feminists, artists and pacifists. On Sunday morning, some 10,000 people… Continue Reading →

Why No ‘Human Rights Court’ Yet? SC Pulls Up States

By: ashok kini“Except in few States, there is no compliance of these orders and Session Judges have not been designated as Judges of Human Rights Courts created by the Act.” The Supreme Court has pulled up states for not setting… Continue Reading →

Stupid to underestimate the climate in which we live: Arundhati Roy at KLF

She was speaking at a session at the fourth edition of the Kerala Literature Festival that concluded here on Sunday. By Express News Service KOZHIKODE: The dangerous atmosphere prevailing in the country will not pass even if the current BJP-led regime is… Continue Reading →

Mumbai 1992-93 Riots- The Last Man Standing

1992-93 riots T Farooq Mapkar is the only victim of Hari Masjid firing who is fighting to put a cop on trial for shooting namazis Jyoti Punwanim When Congress leader Sajjan Kumar was convicted last month for his role in… Continue Reading →

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