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Day February 25, 2020

Why Modi and Sangh Parivar Want to ‘Disremember’ Golwalkar

PM Modi didn’t mention former RSS chief Golwalkar on his recent 114th birth anniversary. The idea is to implement his ‘essence’ in private while not mentioning him in public.Subhash Gatade 25 Feb 2020 The 114th birth anniversary of Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar… Continue Reading →

Justice Deepak Gupta-The Right to Dissent is the Most Important Right Granted by the Constitution

Deepak Gupta Justice Deepak Gupta delivered a lecture at an event organised by the Supreme Court Bar Association on February 24, 2020. The following is the full text of that lecture. Talking to the Bar about dissent is like taking… Continue Reading →

Protests in Bhopal, Indore-Trump sheltering Bhopal gas tragedy fugitives’

Organisations representing the 1984 gas tragedy survivors on Monday \staged a protest in Bhopal against the visit of US President Donald Trump. Donald Trump with PM Modi on his first maiden visit to India Organisations representing the 1984 gas tragedy… Continue Reading →

JSA Statement on Proposed US -India Memorandum of Understanding on Intellectual Property

25 February 2020 Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (JSA) is deeply concerned with the announcement of the proposed US-India Memorandum of Understanding on Intellectual Property Rights (MoU on IP). As per the news reports the MoU is purportedly a ‘knowledge-sharing agreement and… Continue Reading →

10 Dead In Delhi Clashes; Government Rules Out Calling Army, Say Sources

Northeast Delhi violence: Rival mobs from different communities armed with sticks were ranged against each other in parts of Bhajanpura. Negligible police presence made the situation worse. Inadequate police presence or policemen refusing to act was also visible at Chand… Continue Reading →

Kasturi Basu- Anti-CAA activist and documentary filmmaker faces threat in her house in south Kolkata

Intruders said “We will skin you alive”, says well-known documentary film maker Kasturi Basu, a resident of Patuli in south Kolkata, had come back from her routine evening door-to-door campaign against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) on Sunday night when… Continue Reading →

‘ Illogical to ask people not to be scared of CAA,’ says Bombay High Court’s outgoing CJ Pradeep Nandrajog

By Narsi Benwal Chief Justice Pradeep Nandrajog Mumbai: “It would be illogical to ask people not to be scared of the new Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), because this fear has been created by you (government),” Bombay High Court’s outgoing Chief Justice Pradeep… Continue Reading →

AAP Party and the Gender Conundrum

by Tara Krishnaswamy It took the February 2020 state election in Delhi for the media to recognise inflation, education, healthcare, water and electricity as feminine gendered terms in the language of electoral politics. Abetted by Delhi focused media blindness, so… Continue Reading →

Scientists Up in Arms over New Govt Scheme Pushing Research on Indigenous Cows, Call for Open Inquiry

Cows have a very important place in our country and are even worshipped. In general, you may find people killing and mistreating other animals but a cow is either worshipped or her urine is privatised and used to cure various… Continue Reading →

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