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Day August 7, 2020

Elgaar Parishad Case: NIA Questions Social Activist Stan Swamy in Jharkhand

Ranchi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday questioned social activist Stan Swamy at his residence here in connection with the Elgar Parishad violence, an official said. A team of the NIA reached his house in Ranchi’s Namkun area and questioned him… Continue Reading →

Slum dwellers are more disciplined than those in high-rises: BMC chief

Mumbai civic body commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal speaks to Forbes India about plans of opening up the city, scaling testing and the BMC’s preparation on tackling the second wave of coronavirus infections  BY NAANDIKA TRIPATHI, Forbes India StaffT In May this year,… Continue Reading →

More than 1,300 Appeal – Don’t harass activists and shut down dissent

Appeal after questioning of Delhi University professor in connection with riots in the capital More than 1,300 people, including Congress MP Kumar Ketkar, have issued a public appeal against the “harassment” of activists by police that they said was part… Continue Reading →

Run By Trans Women, This Budget Canteen Empowers & Serves Yummy Food in Kerala

POSTED ON AUGUST 7, 2020 Up until March this year, if you visited the ‘Oruma’ (translates to unity in Malayalam) Canteen in Palakkad, you would see 10 members in checkered green aprons happily serving their customers with delicious local snacks… Continue Reading →

Gloom on National Handloom Day : Govt scraps handloom, handicraft boards

Experts slam government move to get rid of advisory bodies, say they let stakeholders present their case By Joyjeet Das Last Updated: Thursday 06 August 2020 As India celebrates the National Handloom Day August 7, 2020 it would do so for… Continue Reading →

Kashmir: A Place Without Rights

by Angana P. Chatterji August 5 is a day of mourning in Kashmir. On this date in 2019, Kashmir’s autonomy was countermanded by the Indian government. To prevent public protests marking the first year of the siege, various areas across Kashmir have been… Continue Reading →

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