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Day August 13, 2020

Kerala Bishop Franco Mulakkal Charged In Nun Rape Case

The 43-year-old nun, a member of the Missionaries of Jesus congregation based in Punjab, had filed a rape complaint in 2018 against the then Bishop of Jalandhar Diocese, Franco Mulakkal. The Special Investigation Team had arrested rape-accused priest Framco Mulakkal… Continue Reading →

Bengaluru violence: Local Muslim youth saved me, says instigator’s mother

Kiran Parashar | TNN | Updated: Aug 13, 2020, R Jayanthi BENGALURU: “Had local Muslim youths not come to my rescue, I don’t think I would have been alive today,” Jayanthi R, mother of Naveen P who is accused of posting… Continue Reading →

Cops ‘Stomped on’ at least 15 Women’s Private Parts at Jamia Protest:

The NFIW report said at least 45 protesters, including 15 men and 30 women, were sexually assaulted by Delhi Police.ASMITA NANDYUpdated: 12 Aug 2020, At least 45 people – including 30 women and 15 men – were sexually assaulted by Delhi… Continue Reading →

India losing its Mahabharat against Covid?

India is the only nation, to repeat, that has consistently been going up in terms of number of cases from the start till now Representational image (AFP) BY- Aakaar Patel The “Mahabharat” against Covid-19 has been lost. India had registered more… Continue Reading →

Surviving the nuclear bomb at Nagasaki 75 years ago showed me nuclear weapons shouldn’t exist

People like me learned first hand the results of using nuclear weapons. A full-scale nuclear war would destroy both the world and humanity as we know it. By Dr. Masao Tomonaga, vice president, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear… Continue Reading →

Women And Armed Revolution: The Telangana Peoples’ Struggle (1946-51)

Posted On August 12, 2020 By Sajneet MangatFrom popular imagination to legal discourse, women’s bodies are characterized as victims of violence more often than perpetrators. There is good reason why this narrative exists; it informs protections of women and children in… Continue Reading →

COVID-19’s Impact on Women of Color

By: Simone Soublet  The COVID-19 pandemic has been claiming countless lives across the United States, regardless of age, race, or social status. Yet people of color have been shown to be disproportionately impacted ever since coronavirus cases and deaths began to… Continue Reading →

One Nation One Ration? Govt ‘ignores’: 40% beneficiaries don’t have ration card

Right to Food Campaign (RtFC), reacting to the Government of India’s recent One Nation, One Ration (ONOR) scheme, has said that, in its current form, it is unlikely to ensure universal food security, as just 60% of the population has… Continue Reading →

Mumbai -1 in 10 death on railway track deaths from January to July 2020 was a suicide: WR data

Aug 13, 2020, 07:32 IST IMAGE USED FOR REPRESENTATIONAL PURPOSE ONLYOver the same period last year, only 1 in 25 such deaths was registered as a suicide; CR also sees an increase. While the number of deaths on Mumbai’s train… Continue Reading →

Trini Lopez, 1960s singer mentored by Frank Sinatra, dies at 83 following Covid 19

Incidentally, Trini Lopez had just finished recording a song, with business partner and musician Joe Chavira, meant to raise money for food banks during COVID-19.The Associated Press August 12, 2020 09:08:26 IST Trini Lopez, a singer and guitarist who gained fame… Continue Reading →

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