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Indian Democracy under siege

Dushyant Dave Liberty, equality and fraternity are becoming subservient to a new idea of sovereignty The Constituent Assembly formation was the culmination of the final stage of the struggle for freedom and Independence, which was won by the supreme sacrifices… Continue Reading →

Corporate Loot and People’s Resistance in Niyamgiri

BY CDRO AND GASS 20 August, 2019 On August 18, a report titled “Corporate Loot and People’s Resistance in Niyamgiri” was released at the CDRO Convention on UAPA and other Draconian Law held in Jalandhar, Punjab.  The report is an… Continue Reading →

Police book Priest and Nuns for defaming Sister Lucy Kalappura who demanded arrest of rape-accused Bishop Franco Mulakkal

Vellamunda police in Kerala have booked six people, including a senior priest, for defaming Sister Lucy Kalappura who has openly demanded the immediate arrest of rape-accused Bishop Franco Mulakkal. Sister Lucy Kalappura (File Photo)  |  Photo Credit: ANI KEY HIGHLIGHTS Sister… Continue Reading →

Elgaar Parishad case: Inquiry Commission plans to examine Dhawale and Gadling in Yerwada jail

Dhawale and Gadling had earlier filed affidavits before the Commission of Inquiry, which is looking into the sequence of events that led to the violence in Koregaon Bhima on January 1 last year, in which one person died and several… Continue Reading →

Aadhaar-social media profile linking: Supreme Court concerned at dangers of dark web

Attorney General K.K. Venugopal stresses need to link social media profiles of registered users with their Aadhaar numbers The Supreme Court on Tuesday stressed the need to find a balance between the right to online privacy and the right of… Continue Reading →

Kashmir – Lancet does what Indian media won’t

‘The people of Kashmir need healing from the deep wounds of this conflict, not subjugation to further violence and alienation’By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi AddThis Sharing Buttons410 If nature abhors a vacuum, so does journalism. The Lancet, an international medical journal,… Continue Reading →

Art, the final ‘illusion’ of freedom

When Justice Chandrachud, the dissenting judge in the UIDAI judgment, chose to remain mum on the contentious issues while delivering a lecture in Mumbai on Independence Day VICKRAM CRISHNA LITERATURE Live! Evenings, a Mumbai-based lecture organiser, has been hosting an annual… Continue Reading →

“Before Newton, Concept Of Gravity Explained In Indian Scriptures”: HRD Minister Pokhriyal

Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on August 17 said that the concept of gravity was mentioned in Indian scriptures long before Issac Newton discovered the phenomenon. He made the comment while he was speaking at RSS-affiliate Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas’s… Continue Reading →

NLU topper skips convocation to avoid receiving award from CJI Ranjan Gogoi over sexual harassment claims

Surbhi said she did not want to receive the award from CJI Gogoi because of the manner in which the Supreme Court handled the case in which a female employee had accused the CJI of sexually harassing her National Law… Continue Reading →

Morally abhorrent: SC rejects Tarun Tejpal’s plea to quash 2013 sexual assault case

The Supreme Court has dismissed a plea by Tarun Tejpal seeking relief in the 2013 sexual assault case, saying it is a very serious offence. ADVERTISEMENT India Today Web DeskNew Delhi Tehelka founder Tarun Tejpal. HIGHLIGHTS SC has rejected Tarun… Continue Reading →

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