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Day October 9, 2020

Rajasthan temple priest set on fire over land dispute, main accused arrested

The deceased’s family has sought action against the SHO, a probe by a deputy rank official, compensation and government job to a family member. By: Express News Service | Jaipur | Updated: October 9, 2020 7:39:26 pmXAccording to the police, the five accused… Continue Reading →

Punjab: Woman gang-raped by 3 men in Amritsar, thrown out from moving vehicle

Police said they are checking the records and the CCTV footage of the hotel where the victim was taken and raped. The victim said she did not reveal the crime to anyone on that day due to fear. Agencies Amritsar… Continue Reading →

How HUL is dealing with sexual harassment and ensuring women are safe at the workplace and beyond

Women employees are encouraged to complain about any sexual harassment without fear of retaliation. To prevent harassment and ensure their safety, women are encouraged to avoid late working hours. When one does work late, her line manager gets an automated… Continue Reading →

Indian Politicians Making Sexist Remarks On Hathras Case Must Be Called Out

October 7, 2020 The only harrowing thing comparable to the brutality of crime in the Hathras case is the morally bankrupt reaction to it from certain politicians. In the wake of mounting anger towards the Uttar Pradesh government and police… Continue Reading →

Gujarat Vidyapith not living up to Gandhiji’s ‘legacy’: Online petition seeks broad support

An online civil society-sponsored petition has sough broad support stating that the university founded by Mahatma Gandhi during the freedom struggle, Gujarat Vidyapeeth, is not living up to its historic legacy, as evident from events starting with January 2020, when… Continue Reading →

Repeal of National Trust Act Unacceptable

The National Platform for the Rights of the Disabled (NPRD) expresses its strong opposition to the proposal to  repeal the National Trust Act.  Enacted in 1999, the intended aim of the NT Act was the welfare and empowerment of certain categories… Continue Reading →

India -Online classes spell end of education for rural girls

With boys getting preference to use the single multimedia phone at home, girls from poor rural households have discontinued studies, resigning themselves to an early marriage Jigyasa Mishra Oct 09, 2020 Shravasti, Uttar Pradesh With her brother using the single… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case – NIA arrests 83-year-old Tribal Activist Father Stan Swamy

Father Stan Swamy, an activist working with tribals, was picked up from his home in Jharkhand capital Ranchi by a team of NIA official from Delhi. All IndiaReported by Haribansh Sharma, Manish Kumar, Neeta Sharma, Sreenivasan Jain, Edited by Shylaja VarmaUpdated: October 09, 2020 9:24… Continue Reading →

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