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Day January 17, 2020

Morphed poster falsely claims ‘burqa, hijab’ dress code for CAA protest in Mumbai

Pooja Chaudhuri17th January 2020 BJP media panellist Yashveer Raghav shared a poster of a protest rally against the Citizenship Amendment Act (2019) which allegedly mentions that the dress code for women attendees is ‘Hijab or Burqa’. He wrote, “If you want to take… Continue Reading →

Remembering Rohith: the revolutionary and the dreamer

_Trigger Warning: Mention of death by suicide_] Pakistan-India Peoples’ Forum for Peace and Democracy – Pipfpd India Institutional murders occur the most in conflict areas. Kashmiris know this very well since thousands of their people have been involuntarily disappeared, adding… Continue Reading →

After Kerala, Punjab Assembly passes resolution against CAA

Punjab Assembly has passed a resolution moved by the ruling Congress demanding scrapping of the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act. ChandigarhJanuary 17, 2020 State Minister Brahm Mohindra moved the resolution against the CAA on the second day of the two-day special Assembly session…. Continue Reading →

Nazi symbol shared as Hindu symbol ‘Swastika’ disrespected on anti-CAA poster

16th January 2020 Pooja ChaudhuriPooja_Chaudhuri BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra tweeted an anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) poster and claimed that it disrespects the Hindu symbol ‘Swastika’. “Hum dekhenge…so this is what the protestors in Shaheen Bagh want to show in the name of CAA… Continue Reading →

CBI files FIR against Adani firm in coal supply case

Alleges Irregularities In The Selection Of Supply Co For Power Stations In Andhra New Delhi/Hyderabad The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a criminal case against Adani Enterprises Ltd for colluding with officials of the National Cooperative Consumers’ Federation… Continue Reading →

Govt has money for statues, not public health: Bombay High Court

Slams State Govt Over Funds Row At Wadia Hosps The court slammed the Maharashtra government for the delay in releasing funds for Wadia Hospitals for women and children The Bombay High Court on Thursday came down heavily on the Maharashtra government for… Continue Reading →

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