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Everything you need to know about Babri Masjid demolition and the trial thereafter

byIbad MushtaqSeptember 30, 2020 The Supreme Court in its Ramjanmabhoomi judgment recognised the illegalities of Babri Masjid demolition while allowing for the construction of the temple. Today’s long overdue judgment by the trial court will be interesting to see in… Continue Reading →

Landmark LGBT case and new laws on sexual harassment in China

 September 22 2020 Diversity and inclusion (“D&I”) values are becoming increasingly important in the management of today’s multinational organisations. Recent events, such as the Black Lives Matter protests and a landmark decision prohibiting LGBT discrimination by the Supreme Court in… Continue Reading →

Women’s Groups Felicitate Bilkis Dadi, Salute Spirit of Shaheen Bagh Peaceful Protest

Members of women’s collectives, while acknowledging Bilkis Dadi proudly, are outraged at Delhi police’s investigation that has allegedly projected their ‘Peaceful Movement for Equal Citizenship as some sinister conspiracy to cause the terrible Delhi riots Mohd Aasif | NEW DELHI… Continue Reading →

‘Don’t let political parties exploit you’: Navjot Singh Sidhu urges farmers to contest polls

He said that 60 per cent of Punjab’s population works in the farming sector, hence farmers are in majority in the state. Chandigarh: The furore among farmer organisations in Punjab over the Modi government’s three new farm laws has brought former state minister… Continue Reading →

Legal notice to Kerala government for making Aadhaar mandatory for ILGMS log in

S.R. PraveenTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM:, SEPTEMBER 29, 2020 Representational photo.   Activists say it is against Supreme Court judgment The petitioners in the Puttaswamy case that challenged the constitutionality of Aadhaar in the Supreme Court have sent a legal notice to the State government… Continue Reading →

Who won the first Trump-Biden presidential debate?

Anthony Zurcher In a debate that was the political equivalent of a food fight, the winner is the man who emerged least covered in slop. On Tuesday night, that man was Joe Biden – if only because his main goal… Continue Reading →

Kerala activists attacking abuser is consequence of broken system

While a section is lauding the women for hitting back, another is asking how vigilante justice can be condoned. And of course, the inevitable question: is this feminism? Sowmya Rajendran Kerala is divided on an incident that took place on… Continue Reading →

Amnesty Halts India Operations, citing Government “Witch-Hunt”

Amnesty International said it had been compelled to let go of staff in India and pause all its ongoing campaign and research work.———– AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL INDIA HALTS ITS WORK ON UPHOLDING HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA DUE TO REPRISAL FROM GOVERNMENT… Continue Reading →

Delhi police ‘saving’ actual perpetrators of violence, suppressing voices of dissent

By Gauhar Raza* The Delhi Police, which operates directly under the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, has been creating a narrative about the North-East Delhi violence (February 2020), which can very well qualify for a fictional novel, on… Continue Reading →

Aadhaar-related project bid process unfair: 3 IT firms

Furquan Moharkan, DHNS, New Delhi,  SEP 29 2020, 01:04 IST The three tech majors — Wipro, IBM and Dell — in various letters to the CVC and UIDAI, have raised objections to the participation of HP-Enterprise in the bidding process. Credit: iStock…. Continue Reading →

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