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Day May 11, 2020

Tamil Nadu -Casteism has raised its ugly head during the Covid 19 pandemic.

A deeper malaise ILANGOVAN RAJASEKARANP The coronavirus scare has not deterred casteist forces in Tamil Nadu from committing atrocities against the marginalised, especially against Dalits. While the quantum spike in COVID-19 cases is worrying for health officials, the sharp escalation of… Continue Reading →

Mumbai: Hinduja Hospital nurses stage protest demanding affected staff be treated in-house

By Swapnil Mishra Four nurses from Hinduja hospital tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, adding to the number of positive staffers at private hospitals. Want affected staff to be treated in-house, hospital cites rules Hinduja nurses protest raw deal Mumbai: Nurses at the PD Hinduja… Continue Reading →

Lockdown: Uttarakhand Disregards Stranded Van Gujjars

The pastoral nomads are forgotten by Uttarakhand. Seema Sharma 09 May 2020 Mohammad Manzur, 28, a van gujjar, did not catch a wink of sleep all last weekend. A thunderstorm nearly blew up the tarpaulin-sheet that is his family’s only abode. He and his brothers held tight to the edges of their tent, their only safety net, whenever the storm grew worse. Manzur’s… Continue Reading →

Covid 19- Three migrant workers recount riding their bicycles for hundreds of kilometres to return home

AKHILESH PANDEY10 May 2020 Anil Kumar, Manjit Singh and Prem Kumar reached their homes safely, only to find that they had few options left to earn a living. Still, the three of them were content with being home. “If we… Continue Reading →

Ahmedabad Violence: Police fires 71 Teargas Shells, Pregnant Woman Beaten Up, One-and-A Half Year Old Kid Thrown Away by Cops, 27 People Arrested

10 May 2020 06:05 PM, IST Syed Khalique Ahmed | NEW DELHI, MAY 10—After a clash between the policemen and the local people under Shahpur police station of Ahmedabad in Gujarat on Friday evening, as many as 29 persons, including… Continue Reading →

Covid 19- 158 prisoners test positive in Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail

In all 185 persons – 158 prisoners and 26 jail staff – have tested positive so far. File image of Arthur Road jail in Mumbai. Photo: PTI/ Mitesh Bhuvad Mumbai: Conditions at the Arthur Road Central Prison in Mumbai have worsened,… Continue Reading →

Indian Women: The invisible face of hunger

The lockdown has left poor women with no support. Extend help, reach the most vulnerable ANALYSIS Updated: May 10, 2020 20:07 IST Renana Jhabvala Sunita Haldar lives in a village in Fulia district of West Bengal. Her husband migrated to Kerala… Continue Reading →

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