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Day October 13, 2020

U.P – Acid Attack on 3 minor dalit sisters in Gonda

Three sisters were attacked with acid in their sleep in Uttar Pradesh Gonda. The sisters, all minors, belong to the Dalit community. ADVERTISEMENT Kumar Abhishek LucknowOctober 13, 2020UPDATED: October 13, 2020 11:51 IST Three sisters, belonging to Dalit community, have been… Continue Reading →

Hathras Rape Case: Three steps India should take to ensure that rape survivors actually get justice

The aftermath of Delhi gangrape saw the country rally for stringent laws and reforms. ROHAN DESHPANDE writes on how these reforms have failed and the challenges that need to be plugged in to ensure justice for rape survivors. ——— The… Continue Reading →

Now Sex Workers Recognised as Informal Workers: National Human Rights Commission

Finally, after years of negligence, India’s sex workers have been recognised as the ‘Women at Work’. The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued an 11-page ‘Human Rights Advisory on Rights of Women in Context of COVID-19’ in which it… Continue Reading →

Karnataka Police files FIR against Kangana Ranaut for insulting farmers with tweet

  Karnataka Police has lodged an FIR against actor Kangana Ranaut over her tweet against farmers who were protesting against the controversial farm laws passed by the government. FIR against Kangana RanautAfter a Karnataka court directed the police to file… Continue Reading →

Aadhaar not mandatory for birth, death registration, clarifies Registrar General of India

In a petition, Trinamool Congress MP says UIDAI was seeking to hire a social media agency to monitor and influence conversations related to Aadhaar.   If Aadhaar is provided voluntarily, it must not be printed on any document or stored… Continue Reading →

“What If It Was A Rich Girl”: High Court Questions Hathras Cremation

Lucknow:  Questions about financial and class divide were brought up on Monday by the High Court in Uttar Pradesh, which was examining the conduct of the police in the Hathras case. The huge public condemnation of the police move for… Continue Reading →

Do Your Employees Feel Safe Reporting Abuse and Discrimination ?

The #MeToo and Black Lives Matter movements each took the working world by storm, bringing to the forefront issues of workplace sexual assault, sexual and racial harassment, and discrimination. But while heightened awareness is making workplace conversations about sexism, racism,… Continue Reading →

Condemn the arrest of journalists and activists under UAPA for demanding justice in the case of the brutal gangrape of a dalit woman in Hathras!

Oppose the impunity provided to dominant caste perpetrators of violence by the Uttar Pradesh government and police! October 12th 2020 The Campaign Against State Repression (CASR) condemns the arrests of activists Atiq-ur-Rehman, Masood Ahmed and Alam and journalist Siddique Kappan… Continue Reading →

Jharkhand – Activists Fast against Stan Swamy’s arrest in Bhima Koregaon Case

Attack on Birsa Munda’s legacy, says demonstrators Animesh Bisoee   |   Jamshedpur   |   Published 13.10.20, 01:43 AM Over 60 representatives of public organisations and tribal activists staged a hunger strike near tribal icon Birsa Munda’s memorial in Ranchi on Monday to protest against the arrest… Continue Reading →

10 Dalit women raped every day, Supreme Court should intervene

India’s top Dalit advocacy groups in have insisted that the Supreme Court should take suo moto cognisance of the rising atrocities against Dalit women and minor girls in the country. In a joint statement, the All India Dalit Mahila Adhikar… Continue Reading →

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