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How the Brahmin beat Corona Virus

Kuffir Roundtable India Anu Ramdas: I would like to ask two questions. First, the updates you posted on the callousness exhibited by India in terms of not checking and isolating incoming travelers, can you please elaborate on them? Kuffir: No, it is… Continue Reading →

A letter to Anand Teltumbde, on his way to jail

‘You are being sent to jail because you are part of a tidal wave of dissent against this government and what it has done to Indian democracy.’— Vijay Prashad & Sudhanva Deshpande  Dear Anand, On Monday, there will probably be a… Continue Reading →

Dalit youth kills self after being tortured by Uttar Pradesh police for breaking quarantine rule

POSTED ON APRIL 2, 2020 A Dalit youth committed suicide on Wednesday after he was allegedly beaten up by the Uttar Pradesh police for breaking #quarantine rule As the total number of the people tested positive for Corona in Uttar… Continue Reading →

Corona virus and Caste: Is Our Response to the Pandemic Casteist?

POSTED ON MARCH 22, 2020 Coronavirus may go away, but there is no medicine which can cure the disease of caste. One can see it through the example of a hate tweet by a twitter handle Jyoti Sharma, who is… Continue Reading →

Patriarchal Killing – Triple-murder rocks Farrukhabad

In a suspected case of honour killing in Farrukhabad, a man and his cronies killed a couple and his son and injured three members of the family to avenge the abduction of his daughter on Friday night. The accused and… Continue Reading →

Days after girl goes missing, Dalit teen beheaded in Maharashtra village

The incident took place at Lakh Khandala village in Vaijapur taluka on the night of March 14. Police have identified the deceased as Bhimraj Balasaheb Gaikwad (17). By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 17, 2020 12:45:38 am Based on an… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case : Activists Anand Teltumbde and Gautam Navlakha denied anticipatory bail

A bench of Justices Arun Mishra and M.R. Shah asked both the activists to surrender within three weeks. ANUPAMA KATAKAM Anand Teltumbde, a file picture. Photo: Mandar Tannu Gautam Navlakha, a file picture. Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA/AFP In a setback to civil rights… Continue Reading →

Victory for local Dalits: London authorities ‘agree’ to turn Ambedkar House into Museum

There is good news on the Ambedkar House in London. While the permission to convert this house into a museum was refused by the local authorities, thanks to the Maharashtra government, which assisted a number people in London appeal against… Continue Reading →

We were told non-violence is cowardly: Bhanwar Meghwanshi, a Dalit activist who quit the RSS

SUSHIL KUMAR14 March 2020 In late 1980s, Bhanwar Meghwanshi, a 13-year-old from the Dalit community, started attending the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh’s shakhas in Rajasthan, without knowing much about the organisation. Over the course of around four years, Meghwanshi grew to… Continue Reading →

India – Over 400 manual scavengers die cleaning filth but not a single conviction

Shemin Joy, DHNS,  MAR 10 2020, 15:06PM IST They live in the fringes of the society, clean filth and die, but do not get justice even in death: this is the story government statistics tell. Over 400 people from marginalised communities have… Continue Reading →

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