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Day January 12, 2020

Anurag Kashyap wants to see PM Modi’s father’s birth certificate

By – IANS With the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) coming into effect on January 10, Anurag Kashyap has raised in voice in protest once again. The filmmaker, who has been vocal against the CAA ever since it was passed by Parliament on December… Continue Reading →

Tulsi Gabbard Campaign Violently Assaults Peaceful Protestor

On 8 January 2020 evening, I attended a Concord, New Hampshire town hall for presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard and raised signs regarding her association with the Nazi-inspired RSS paramilitary. I was immediately violently assaulted by Gabbard campaign thugs, who attacked… Continue Reading →

Sleepless, penniless and hopeless on Brazilian streets

Shobhan SaxenaJANUARY 11, 2020 21:34 In the past seven years, the number of homeless families has increased about 16 times Last Sunday, Carlos da Silva, a 39-year-old homeless man, was sleeping on a pad of flattened cardboard boxes at a… Continue Reading →

36 year old Iranian scientist, Ghanimat Azhdari spent her life fighting for Indigenous voices in conservation

Ghanimat Azhdari was born in southwestern Iran into the nomadic Indigenous Qashqai tribe and became an expert in participatory mapping. She was returning to study at Canada’s University of Guelph when she died aboard Ukrainian Airlines Flight 752. Photo: ICCA… Continue Reading →

Joint Statement by Disability Rights Organisations #Reject NPR/NRC/CAA

We, disabled citizens of India and their representative organisations declare our unequivocal opposition to the discriminatory NPR/NRC/CAA. We view the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 as being violative of the fundamental principles of the Indian Constitution.. The preamble, citizenship provisions (Article… Continue Reading →

India – The Importance of a Caste-Based Census

Written by Tanoj Meshram Published on 11 January 2020 Tanoj Meshram (The Maharashtra assembly, on the initiative of its speaker Mr. Nana Patole – who is also an important OBC leader of the Congress in Maharashtra – has passed a resolution on January… Continue Reading →

JNU Tapes: India Today unmasks ABVP attackers in a big sting

Armed with a stick, his face covered with a helmet, Akshat Awasthi, an ABVP activist, showed the viral video and said he could be seen rushing through the hostel corridors in maddening rage and knocking anything and anyone that came… Continue Reading →

Just 7% poor Gujarat kids ‘admitted’ in private schools under RTE? Who all are left out?

By Rajiv Shah The other day, I went to attend an NGO event in Ahmedabad. It was called “Policies of Inclusion: Education and Wealth”. Organised at the Ahmedabad Management Association by an NGO which claims to be working with governments… Continue Reading →

Man, Wanted In Gauri Lankesh’s Murder, Arrested in Jharkhand

Rajesh, eluding arrest for the past one-and-half years, has been working at a petrol pump in the town, taking an alias name for the last eight months, he added. Gauri Lankesh was shot dead by unidentified assailants with the incident… Continue Reading →

NRC, NPR, Aadhaar are part of huge surveillance plan

By GOPAL KRISHNA ‘This updated NPR database along with Aadhaar Number would become the mother database and can be used by various government departments…’ the home ministry declared in July 2015.‘UID/Aadhaar has been used as a fish bait to ensnare and… Continue Reading →

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