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Day March 22, 2020

COVID-19 : Occupational risks to nurses must be minimised to enable them to continue their vital work

Geneva, Switzerland; 20 March 2020-In this week’s International Council of Nurses (ICN) COVID-19 updatewe share the tragic news that a number of nurses have died from the infection. ICN President Annette Kennedyhas met with World Health Organization Director General Dr… Continue Reading →

Stand in Solidarity with Prof. Anand Teltumbde and Gautam Navlakha

In August 2018, the Pune Police implicated Prof. Anand Teltumbde and Gautam Navlakha with other human right activists and lawyers in the now-infamous fabricated Elgar Parishad case. The police presented concocted theories since day one and these theories have not… Continue Reading →

Environmentally yours: Is the coronavirus outbreak a sign that it is time for a correction?

By Stalin Dayanand Lets take the origin of a very dangerous Zootonic Virus. This means the virus has found its way into human through animals which are infected or are carriers. The planet has paused, literally everything has slowed down. The… Continue Reading →

India did not stockpile COVID protective equipment for health workers despite clear WHO guidelines

VIDYA KRISHNAN22 March 2020 The India government took till three weeks after the World Health Organisation issued guidelines about a disruption in the supply of personal protective equipment for healthcare workers before it completely prohibited its export. RAFIQ MAQBOOL/AP PHOTO On… Continue Reading →

The last letter Bhagat Singh wrote to his comrades on 22nd March 1931

On 22nd March, Bhagat Singh wrote the last letter of his life to his comrades and the last words he spoke from gallows were-Inqilab Zindabad and Down with Imperialism, spoken so loudly by all three martyrs-along with Sukhdev and Rajguru that… Continue Reading →

Corona virus and Caste: Is Our Response to the Pandemic Casteist?

POSTED ON MARCH 22, 2020 Coronavirus may go away, but there is no medicine which can cure the disease of caste. One can see it through the example of a hate tweet by a twitter handle Jyoti Sharma, who is… Continue Reading →

Patriarchal Killing – Triple-murder rocks Farrukhabad

In a suspected case of honour killing in Farrukhabad, a man and his cronies killed a couple and his son and injured three members of the family to avenge the abduction of his daughter on Friday night. The accused and… Continue Reading →

Water Could Both Starve and Drown India as Climate Change Intensifies- #WorldWaterDay

By Mrigakshi Dixit 20 hours ago Every year, March 22 is celebrated as World Water Day and the theme for 2020 is ‘Water and Climate Change.’ Water conservation and efficient usage is the need of the hour—as more than 2 billion… Continue Reading →

Frontline Health workers don’t need just clapping but resources and equipment- Covid-19

Doctors say they wrote to the health ministry demanding protective equipment a month ago, but there has been no movement. A key part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for a self-imposed janata curfew or people’s curview on Sunday involves… Continue Reading →

Covid 19- Sanitary workers ‘most unprotected’ against coronavirus, Gujarat CM told to act

By Our Representative Manav Garima, a grassroots voluntary organization, which works for the amelioration of the sanitary workers of Gujarat, has raised the alarm that the coronavirus pandemic may harm those involved in different types of cleaning work on streets,… Continue Reading →

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