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Day August 1, 2020

Remembering tragedy queen Meena Kumari on her birth anniversary

* Another fan Khanindra Kumar Dutta observed, ‘Without doubt, her life is expressed in a beautiful but sad way with Khayyam’s haunting music’ Amjad Parvez August 1 It was in 1970 that Khayyam composed music for actress and singer Meena… Continue Reading →

25-year-old meat supplier Attacked With Hammer In Gurgaon, Cops Watch

Gurgaon: Haryana Police has sent the meat for testing in a lab. One of the assailants has been arrested. GurgaonReported by Mukesh Singh Sengar, Edited by Divyanshu Cow Vigilantes: The attack took place in Gurgaon on Friday around 9 am.4New Delhi:  With… Continue Reading →

The Struggle Against Dalit Oppression in India

By Kunal Chattopadhyay Anand Teltumbde is a man of many shades. A senior professor at the Goa Institute of Management who identifies as a Marxist, Teltumbde has multiple qualifications: a degree in engineering from Nagpur’s Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology,… Continue Reading →

Covid-19 relief: RTI reply reveals lack of transparency bogs GoI help to Gujarat govt

By Pankti Jog*  Ever since March 24, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the nation-wide lockdown, civil society organizations (CSOs), religious bodies and citizen initiative groups have been working tirelessly to provide food to the lockdown-affected people, especially migrant workers…. Continue Reading →

India – Freedom begins with speech

By – Dushyant Let the Supreme Court see I am not free”. Images and videos of a man saying these words, speaking to a media person from behind police personnel and walls with barbed wire, went viral on social media yesterday. In… Continue Reading →

Prof Shoma Sen spends birthday in jail for third consecutive year

Happy 62nd Birthday Prof. Shoma Sen This is her third birthday that she will be spending inside a jail. It has been 750 days since her arrest. A professor and a human rights activist who is being denied bail repeatedly… Continue Reading →

What’s in a name? Stigma and shame, say the residents of Tiruchy’s Drainage Street

The street is said to have been so named as the Corporation’s sanitation workers lived here. A sign of the vicious cycle of caste, occupation and stigma, most of those workers were Dalit. By Jose K JosephExpress News Service TIRUCHY:  What’s… Continue Reading →

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