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January 18, 2019

India- Manipur shows the way – new anti-lynching law

Harsh Mander Its anti-lynching law breaks important ground in attempting to control hate crimes and ensure police action  Six months have passed since the Supreme Court — anguished by what it described as ‘horrific acts of mobocracy’ — issued a slew of… Continue Reading →

I Never Thought In My 80 Years I Would Be Charged With Sedition In My India: Hiren Gohain

‘The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill will have dangerous consequences’  NEW DELHI: “No I most certainly never thought, never imagined that I would be charged with sedition in my life,” Hiren Gohain told The Citizen in an interview today. Eighty years into his… Continue Reading →

A scholar made of stardust: Why we must never forget Rohith Vemula

On the third death anniversary of Rohith Vemula, we speak to his friends from the Ambedkar Students Association on how things have changed and what they remember of him Senthil Kumar.  Ankita Veghda.  S Amravati.  Balmukund Bharati.  Manish Kumar.  Dinesh… Continue Reading →

PM Modi’s Sabarimala Comments “Contempt Of Court”: Sitaram Yechury

PM Modi had said the conduct of Kerala’s CPM-led LDF government on the Sabarimala issue would go down in the history as one of the “most shameful behaviours by any party and government”.A Sitaram Yechury said PM Modi has “demolished… Continue Reading →

APCO to Kotler – The Artificial Glossing of Modi’s Image

– subhash gatade Narendra Modi, the present incumbent to the Prime Minister’s chair, had a little break the other day for an award ceremony. Well, little different from the usual award ceremonies — where the Prime Minister presents awards and… Continue Reading →

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