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Day September 7, 2020

Hasdeo Aranya Forest: #StopAdani Investigation Reveals Illegal Acquisition of Land by Adani Group

Plots of 32 villagers – who hold Individual Forest Rights (IFR) – have been taken away by the Adani Group by getting tribal farmers to sign on notary affidavits, said villagers.Sumedha Pal 07 Sep 2020 Image Courtesy: scroll.in Amid the ongoing… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case – NIA issues two summons to a Journalist and a Professor related of Varvara Rao

 The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has summoned city-based journalist K. V. Kurmanath, the son-in-law of revolutionary poet Vara Vara Rao, for questioning with regard to the Elgaar Parishad case to Mumbai. Kurmanath, who works The Hindu-Business Line, was issued a notice along… Continue Reading →

Nobel Laureates and Global Leaders Call for Urgent Action to Prevent COVID-19 Child Rights Disaster

By Miriam GathigahReprint |         |  Print | Send by email The Laureates and Leaders for Children, founded in 2016 by Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi, state that if the world gave the most marginalised children and their families their fair share, which translates to 20 percent… Continue Reading →

Elgaar Parishad Case – Statement in Solidarity With Dr Partha Sarathi Ray IISER

A statement issued by different organisations, academicians and activists condemning brazen assault by the state on democratic activities and demanding immediate withdrawal of NIA’s menacing and threatening interrogation notice to Partha Sarathi Ray.   6 September 2020  We have come to… Continue Reading →

Rwandan president calls ‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero Terrorist , denied access to lawyer

The man who saved more than 1,200 lives during the country’s 1994 genocide has been accused by the president of supporting violent opposition groups. The former hotelier said he has not given them any financial aid. Supporters of Paul Rusesabagina, the… Continue Reading →

Kis Kis Ko Qaid Karoge – Activists protest arrest of rights defenders #IfWeDoNotRise

Centre plans majoritarian rule in India Culminating into mass protests across the state against “growing attacks” on civil liberties, the Jharkhand Janadhikar Mahasabha (JJM)-supported eight-day long campaign which ended on September 5 has seen activists carrying out several activities, including… Continue Reading →

Pash, my father: Daughter Winkle Sandhu remembers the revolutionary Punjabi poet

‘Her tiny hands were finding it difficult to cut the cake. She was stunned to see the candles, first lit and then blown off.’ Winkle had turned one. Thirty-eight winters ago, Pash had made an entry of his daughter’s first… Continue Reading →

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