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Day April 7, 2020

Gujarat: Surat couple arrested for harassing woman doctor with virus taunts

Surat: A couple was arrested on Monday in Surat in Gujarat for allegedly harassing a woman doctor with taunts over the coronavirus outbreak, police said. The couple, identified as Chetan and Bhavna Mehta, would ask the doctor, who works in a civil hospital, if she was infected with the… Continue Reading →

Coronavirus: Nurses association in Kerala moves SC seeking safety of health officials

The petition said the pandemic is a ‘persisting and ever escalating spread’ and the nurses are ill-equipped to protect themselves from the infection. The United Nurses Association in Kerala on Monday moved the Supreme Court seeking directions to the Centre to formulate… Continue Reading →

Condemn the impending arrest of Prof. Anand Teltumbde and dropping of trumped up charges against him

All-India Forum for Right to Education (AIFRTE) 06/04/2020 STATEMENT AIFRTE organised a virtual press conference on 6th April 2020 to register its strongest condemnation of the impending arrest of Prof. Anand Teltumbde, Member Presidium of AIFRTE and Senior Professor and… Continue Reading →

COVID-19 pandemic- Farmers are at their wits’ end

R. RamakumarAPRIL 07, 2020 00:15 As global trade falls and supply disruptions persist, a prolonged lockdown will adversely affect food security The COVID-19 pandemic has led to global concerns on the state of agriculture and food security. On the one hand, the… Continue Reading →

I Lost My Husband to Covid-19

Conrad Buchanan, 39, died after testing positive for the coronavirus. His wife Nicole shares his story. Katie CouricF Conrad Buchanan woke up the morning of March 14th — the very day that he, his wife Nicole, and daughter Skye, 12,… Continue Reading →

Activists Urge Roping In ASHA Workers And Other Novel Approaches As Domestic Violence Rises During Lockdowns

Akshita Nagpal April 6, 2020 New Delhi: As the United Nations (UN) chief called for a “ceasefire” in domestic violence against women and girls during the ongoing COVID19 pandemic, Indian rights workers and activists have urged for inventive responses to the spike in domestic… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case: How 2-minute Phone Call Keeps Jailed Activists In Touch With Families

Why is the Maharashtra government sitting on the Supreme Court order? Are they waiting for people to die in prison? ask kin of activists. Preetha Nair06 April 2020  In this file photo, P Varavara Rao and Sudhir Dhawale, two of… Continue Reading →

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