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Month May 2020

Revolutionary Poet Varavara Rao’s family members seek his immediate release

In the wake of arrested revolutionary poet Varavara Rao’s admission to JJ Hospital, Mumbai, from Taloja Jail amidst varied news reports, his wife P. Hemalatha has requested the Central and State governments of Maharashtra and Telangana to enable the family… Continue Reading →

India victims of 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy dying of coronavirus

Indian families that suffered from the deadly industrial disaster in 1984 accuse the government of abandoning them. Victims of a horrifying 1984 gas leak in the Indian city of Bhopal, who have long suffered the debilitating fallout of the world’s… Continue Reading →

Elgaar Parishad Case -Revolutionary writer Varavara Rao admitted to Mumbai hospital

Court asks JJ Hospital to submit report on P Varavara Rao’s health Rao’s family approached the special court on Saturday for direction to JJ Hospital for his detailed medical report. The activist, who has various ailments, was taken to the… Continue Reading →

Govt Apathy – A toddler trying to wake up dead mother shocks Indians

At least nine migrants have died in recent days, exposing the suffering of migrant workers due to coronavirus lockdown.28 May 2020 A viral video clip shared on social media showing a toddler trying to wake his dead mother lying on a railway platform in… Continue Reading →

Elgaar Parishad case -Mumbai court rejects bail to Sudha Bharadwaj

In her interim bail plea filed on medical grounds, Bharadwaj had said that she is at a high risk of contracting the virus in prison and in her present medical condition, it would be ‘life-threatening’. By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated:… Continue Reading →

Gender disparity: Untold tale of menstrual health during Covid-19 pandemic

By Subhanshi Negi* It is somewhat ironic that even when we are amidst a major national health crisis, one of the paramount health issues of ‘menstrual hygiene,’ which is recognized as global public health and human right by the United… Continue Reading →

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Bhima Koregaon case: NIA showed inexplicable, frantic hurry in moving Gautam Navlakha to Mumbai- Delhi HC

Posted On May 29, 2020 The High Court was scheduled to hear Navlakha’s bail application on May 27, but he was moved to Taloja Jail in Mumbai. The Delhi High Court on Wednesday criticised the National Investigation Agency for its… Continue Reading →

Gurugram: 22-year-old Kerala nurse attempts suicide after testing COVID-19 positive

A 22-year-old nurse, who tested positive for COVID-19, attempted suicide and is in a critical condition. The nurse from Kerala, who used to work at Medanta in Gurugram, has been admitted in ICU Published: 28 May 2020, 8:13 A 22-year-old… Continue Reading →

Covid-19 And The Supreme Court of India

By Mihir Desai This article is not about the efficacy of the video conferencing hearings or about how many or often judges should sit for hearings during this lockdown. It is about how, the Higher Courts and especially the Supreme… Continue Reading →

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