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Day December 14, 2019

Odisha villagers, undeterred by criminal cases, prepare to fight a new steel plant

Satyasundar Barik December 13, 2019 In eight villages along Odisha’s Jagatsinghpur coast live some 2,000 ‘criminals’. They are charged with a range of crimes, some even with kidnapping and murder. Some of them have over 60 cases filed against them…. Continue Reading →

Supreme Court issues notice to Election Commission on ‘discrepancies’

The petition said there were six seats where the discrepancy in votes was higher than the winning margin./ Photo for representation   Petition says a study was done by them on discrepancy patterns found in ECI website and ‘My Voters… Continue Reading →

Hyderabad Encounter: Has India Become A Khap Panchayat Of Bloodthirsty Citizens?

In a country where 90 rapes are reported every day and extrajudicial killings rarely shock people, the gunning down of the Hyderabad rape suspects only hints at a sloppy judicial system Puneet Nicholas Yadav 90 Rapes A Day 32,559 Total number… Continue Reading →

Violence against women and collective guilt in India

How can women victims of violence get justice when the whole system is the perpetrator? by Gopika Bashi On November 27, a 27-year-old veterinary doctor was raped, murdered and dumped by the side of a highway in the Indian state of Hyderabad…. Continue Reading →

Rajasthan- Ghoonghat Pe Charcha

A conversation is opening up in Rajasthan over whether or not women should wear the veil, Aman Sharma reports An hour’s drive out of the state capital of Jaipur on the highway to Ajmer in Rajasthan, a group of women… Continue Reading →

UN human rights official says Citizenship law is fundamentally discriminatory

The US and the UK also issued travel advisories asking their citizens to “exercise caution” while visiting the North-East in the wake of the Citizenship Bill protests in Assam and other places. Written by Shubhajit Roy | New Delhi | Updated: December 14,… Continue Reading →

BJP gem – Speaking Sanskrit keeps diabetes, cholesterol at bay:

More than 97 per cent of the languages in the world, including few Islamic languages, are based on Sanskrit, said Ganesh Singh. Photo for representation BJP MP Ganesh Singh on Thursday claimed that as per a research done by a… Continue Reading →

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