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Rajasthan- Ghoonghat Pe Charcha

A conversation is opening up in Rajasthan over whether or not women should wear the veil, Aman Sharma reports An hour’s drive out of the state capital of Jaipur on the highway to Ajmer in Rajasthan, a group of women… Continue Reading →

BJP gem – Speaking Sanskrit keeps diabetes, cholesterol at bay:

More than 97 per cent of the languages in the world, including few Islamic languages, are based on Sanskrit, said Ganesh Singh. Photo for representation BJP MP Ganesh Singh on Thursday claimed that as per a research done by a… Continue Reading →

Former Civil Servants Express ‘Anguish’ Over the ‘Injustice’ of Ayodhya

CONCERNED CITIZENS | 4 DECEMBER, 2019 Pledge Not to Allow the Constitution “To Be Emptied of Its Soul”  We, a collective of retired civil servants deeply committed to the values and guarantees of the Indian constitution, share with our fellow Indians… Continue Reading →

AIPWA Statement on Hyderabad Fake Encounter: No Custodial Murder In Our Name

The four suspects in the Hyderabad rape and murder case have been killed by the police in an early morning “encounter”. This “encounter” has all the hallmarks of a custodial murder, dressed up to look like an “encounter”. Since the… Continue Reading →

STOP SEXUAL VIOLENCE ON HEALTH WORKERS Statement on the Rape and Murder of Dr. Priyanka Reddy, India

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Statement Issued by: The Network: TUFH and Women and Health Together for the Future We, the undersigned medical students, health professionals, academics, activists, and progressive groups around the world, are outraged by the rape and murder of Veterinary Doctor Priyanka… Continue Reading →

Hospitals can’t hold back patient, body over unpaid bills Mumbai: Patients cannot be detained for non-payment of hospital bills, according to the new draft rules issued by the state public health department. And “under no circumstances, a dead body be withheld for non-payment of hospital bill or any… Continue Reading →

India suffered world’s highest climate deaths in 2018

Nagpur: India has accounted for the highest fatalities in the world due to catastrophic climate events, which claimed 2,081 lives in the country last year. The country also witnessed the second-highest economic losses of over $37,000 millionequivalent to nearly four… Continue Reading →

In India- Who is a farmer? Government has no clear definition

Priscilla JebarajNEW DELHI, DECEMBER 02, 2019 00:00 IST Undefined entity: The implications of having no definition of a farmer hurt communities working the land. Such an ambiguity has serious implications for the design and beneficiaries of schemes meant to help them… Continue Reading →

Mumbai – Doctors pouring in for Mahul residents as they are left to die of toxicity in the neighbourhood

**Residents expect relief from the Shiv Sena led govt., as the party supported demand of relocation of Mahul residents earlier*  *Mumbai | 1st December:* Due the presence of refineries and various industrial units handling hazardous chemicals, Mahul (a fishing village near… Continue Reading →

Remembering Jyotiba Phule

By- Pani Haq Samiti The inclusion of the word Socialist in the Preamble to the Constitution indicates how deeply embedded socialist values are in the philosophies that shaped our country. The term ‘Socialist’ implies social and economic equality. Social equality… Continue Reading →

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