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Day January 8, 2020

Does ‘Chhapaak’ portray acid attack convict as a Hindu named ‘Rajesh’? No, false claim

Pooja Chaudhuri8th January 2020 Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone expressed solidarity with students injured on the intervening night of January 5-6 during violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). Padukone’s visit to the campus irked a section of individuals who, since last… Continue Reading →

January 5th 2020 -Attack on JNU: An Orchestrated Conspiracy

8 January 2020 PUDR strongly condemns the violence unleashed by right-wing hoodlums inside Jawaharlal Nehru University campus on the evening of 5 January 2019. A group of around 100 masked goons carrying rods, hammers, canes/lathis among other weapons barged into… Continue Reading →

Coal import case: SC notice to Adani Group on DRI’s appeal

IANS08 January 2020  The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued notice to Adani Enterprises on an appeal by Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) in a matter connected with the alleged over-invoicing of Indonesian coal imports.Get Moneylife’sTop Stories by EmailSUBSCRIBE A bench headed… Continue Reading →

India – Universalise Ration-Pension and include all workers

Increase Minimum Wage and link it with inflation The Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS), Rajasthan Asangathit Mazdoor Union (RAMU), and the Mazdoor Kisan Kirana Vyapar Private Limited (MKKVPL) supported the All India General Strike on the 8th of January, 2020. The national strike, organised… Continue Reading →

The deaths in Kota bare the light on a healthcare system founded on apathy towards the poor

What is urgently required is not the involvement of private players but a sincere engagement by the state in matters concerning peoples’ health. Reports have shown that most of the babies in Kota died due to suffocation at birth; low… Continue Reading →

Ye tukde tukde kaun hai ? This rap song should be the anthem of the revolution

There can be no protest without music. Whenever people have been fed up about anything, they have sang. And sang. Protest music, for centuries, has been the refuge of the oppressed — a weapon against social and political unrest and… Continue Reading →

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