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Day March 7, 2020

Shaheen Bagh has shattered myth of oppressed Muslim woman who needs saving: Vasanth Kannabiran

Veteran feminist Vasanth Kannabiran traces the history of the women’s movement in India through the history of her own life. Her book Taken At The Flood analyses and reflects on the victories achieved by the movement thus far, and the… Continue Reading →

Jharkhand – Big ‘danger’ of NPR: A babu can tag anyone as doubtful citizen

‘ People in large numbers from across Jharkhand gathered at the Raj Bhawan in Ranchi to demand that the Hemant Soren government reject National Population Register (NPR) and stop all NPR-related activities. The people’s organisations which participated in the dharna… Continue Reading →

NWMI condemns attacks on journalists in Delhi, calls for action against perpetrators and measures to ensure safety of journalists

NWMI condemns attacks on journalists in Delhi, calls for action against perpetrators and measures to ensure safety of journalists The Network of Women in Media, India (NWMI) condemns, in the strongest terms, the widespread attack on journalists reporting on the… Continue Reading →

Media women unsatisfied with sexual harassment redressal mechanisms in their workplaces

A survey conducted by the Network of Women in Media, India, and Gender at Work, found that a large percentage of respondents had never attended a training workshop on sexual harassment, as required by the law. Bengaluru, March 7: “When… Continue Reading →

Chhattisgarh Govt Sends Notice to NCL Over Mine Allotment

The mining contract in southern Chhattisgarh for 326 million tonnes of high-grade iron ore, was given to NCL, a joint venture of NMDC and Chhattisgarh Mineral Development Corporation (CMDC), in 2014. Ritesh MishraHindustan Times, Raipur A Chhattisgarh government probe has… Continue Reading →

‘Long live Constitution, long live love’: Full speech of Harsh Mander, which govt says ‘incited’ violence during anti-CAA protests

During the Wednesday hearing, solicitor general Tushar Mehta read selective excerpts from a speech Harsh Mander made at Jamia Milia Islamia university Mehta alleged that Mander’s address incited the crowd urging them to decide India’s future on its streets He… Continue Reading →

NGOs supporting public causes can’t be penalised: Supreme Court

Voluntary organisations which have no connection with party politics and active politics cannot be denied access to foreign contributions only because they habitually engage in or employ common methods of political action, the top court held. In a judgment that… Continue Reading →

Full Text Of Justice Muralidhar’s Farewell Speech

. Justice S. Muralidhar. Photo: Twitter/@neljp This is the text of the farewell speech delivered by Justice S. Muralidhar in the atrium of the Delhi high court building on March 5. In the speech, the judge, who has been transferred to the… Continue Reading →

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