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Mill workers’ kin: Hum kagaz kaise dikhayenge?

Nine years after allotting flats, govt waits for proof Families of mill workers martyred in the Samyukta Maharashtra Movement asked to furnish mill employment records from 1956, which don’t exist Shruti Ganapatye The fear of missing documents has not only… Continue Reading →

“Aghast at How Communal the UP Police Has Become”: Darapuri retd IG Police

Interview with SR Darapuri  NEW DELHI: “If they could do this to a retired Inspector General of Police, I hate to think of what they are doing to the common man,” said retired IPS officer S.R.Darapuri who was arrested by the… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Cases To Be Reviewed By Maharashtra Home Minister On Today

The case dates back to 2018 when violence had erupted near Bhima Koregaon in Pune district on January 01, 2018 – when Dalit groups were celebrating two hundred years of a war fought between Dalits and Maratha where Dalits had… Continue Reading →

Elgaar Parishad case: 9 arrested accused seek verification of data with ‘hash values’ of the original

The Indian Express22 January 2020 Of the 23 people who were named as accused in the Elgaar Parishad case, nine have till now been arrested. THE nine arrested accused in the Elgaar Parishad case on Tuesday submitted an application to… Continue Reading →

SC reinstates woman who accused Gogoi of sexual harassment New Delhi: The Supreme Court has reinstated a woman employee, who, after being dismissed for insubordination in December 2018, had levelled sexual harassment charges against previous Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi in April 2019. A three-judge SC inquiry… Continue Reading →

Anti-CAA stir: Munawwar Rana’s daughters booked, poet slams BJP

Noted Urdu poet Munawwar Rana has sharply criticised the Yogi Adityanath government and Lucknow Police after his daughters were booked during an anti-CAA protest. Women protesting against CAA at Clock Tower in Lucknow. (PTI File) HIGHLIGHTS Munawwar Rana has criticised… Continue Reading →

Why experts are urging caution on the use of facial recognition

The Digi Yatra initiative of the Indian government can drastically reduce the time you spend catching a flight at the airport. With the simple expedient of using your biometric data, say your face, it makes for a seamless glide past… Continue Reading →

Preamble-reading made must in all Maharashtra schools

Move Comes In Wake Of CAA Protests Vinamrata Borwankar & Bhavika Jain TNN Mumbai: The state education department has asked schools to ensure students read the Preamble to the Indian Constitution during assembly starting January 26, the 70th Republic Day…. Continue Reading →

‘Arvind Has His Heart in The Right Place’: Kejriwal’s Former Top Adversary Najeeb Jung is Now a Fan

But three years after Jung left his post, he looks to have put any hostility behind him. Sitting down for a chat with News18, the former IAS officer praised the work done by the Kejriwal-led AAP government and said the… Continue Reading →

Watch Testimonies of UP People’s Tribunal on State Action : Citizenship, Democracy and Protest

16th January 2020 | Indian Society of International Law, Delhi | 10:30 am – 6:30 pm Introduction As peaceful protests were organized around the country against the CAA, NRIC and the NPR, the state of Uttar Pradesh stands out for… Continue Reading →

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