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Day February 28, 2020

‘What do we do now?’: Delhi carnage survivors recount horror

People point finger of blame at police and governing party leader for worst violence in decades that has left 42 dead.by Akash Bisht New Delhi, India – On the night of February 24, Al-Hind Hospital, located in the narrow and crowded… Continue Reading →

Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters Says CAA “Fascist”, Reads Delhi Activist’s Poem

The video has been widely shared by critics of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act amid violence in Delhi over those for and against the law. Pink Floyd bass player Roger Waters recited the poem in London on Saturday.69New Delhi:  Pink Floyd… Continue Reading →

Dongrias to oppose CAA, NRC at Niyamraja fest

Bhawanipatna: The Dongria Kondh and Jharnia tribals are all set to protest the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) during the annual Niyamraja festival on Niyamgiri hills in Kalahandi district which starts Friday. The tribals while… Continue Reading →

1 in 3 Aadhaar-based Payments for PM Matru Vandana Yojana Credited to Wrong, Untraceable Bank Accounts

, Says NITI Aayog ReportMoneylife Digital Team24 February 2020 2 One in three Aadhaar-based payments for the Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana (PMMVY) was credited to wrong bank accounts which are even untraceable by beneficiaries and field functionaries, reveals a report… Continue Reading →

Hindutva: Myths and reality

This essay is in response to demand from friends across the globe to make available a concise primer on the toxic ideology of Hindutva based on its own archives for ready reference.Shamsul Islam28 Feb 2020 The term Hindutvatook birth with… Continue Reading →

More than 175 activists write to CM Arvind Kejriwal regarding urgent intervention needed at government hospitals

To, Shri Arvind Kejriwal Chief Minister, Delhi CC: Shri Satyendra Jain, Health Minister 27 February 2020 Subject: Health System Response to Delhi Riot Victims Dear Sir, We, the undersigned rights based networks, organisations and individuals are writing to you to… Continue Reading →

India – While you were sleeping

Neither the judiciary, nor the police and the politicians, showed any urgency in halting the riots that have gripped Delhi since Sunday By- Dushyant To paraphrase Late Justice PK Goswami, India these days is the land of the bewildered and… Continue Reading →

The Scars of a Riot

Families of those who lost their lives in the communal violence in north-east Delhi struggle to pick up the shattered pieces of their lives and livelihoods #NEW DELHI Mudassir Khan’s family had been coming to the mortuary at GTB hospital… Continue Reading →

Comments to the Personal Data Protection Bill 2019

The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 was introduced in the Lok Sabha on December 11, 2019. by- Amber Sinha, Elonnai Hickok, Pallavi Bedi, Shweta Mohandas, Tanaya Rajwade General Comments 1. Executive notification cannot abrogate fundamental rights In 2017, the Supreme… Continue Reading →

SC to expedite hearing for disqualifying candidates seeking to revisit definition of Hindutva

The apex court would hear arguments for and against the plea from certain quarters to disqualify candidates if they used ‘Hindutva’ to seek votes in elections. The Supreme Court would expedite hearing on a pending petition seeking to revisit the… Continue Reading →

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