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After 180 days of fast for Ganga, Atmabodhanand to stop drinking water too Haridwar: After fasting for almost 180 days (since October) for a clean and free-flowing Ganga, 26-year-old seer Atmabodhanand has now decided to quit drinking water as well. Atmabodhanand, who hails from Kerala, told TOI that he has lost all hope of a clean… Continue Reading →

Kerala- Gomathi Augustine from Idukki appeals ‘ Vote for Justice ‘

‘Vote for Justice’ Leader of the historic Munnar plantation workers struggle, Leader of the historic Munnar plantation workers struggle, Gomathi Augustine is contesting in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections from Idukki constituency. as an independent Below is her appeal Dear friends, I am contesting… Continue Reading →

Freedom is a revolution: How idea of Azadi has changed over the years

Jostling for space among many slogans in this election is the promise of azadi — from hunger, from the enemy at the border, from joblessness and fear. But how has this idea changed over the years, through music and song… Continue Reading →

Gandhi and RSS: Diverse Nationalisms

Ram Puniyani There are continuous attempts from RSS camp to show that Mahatma Gandhi looked up to RSS with respect. The latest in this direction is the piece by RSS joint General Secretary Shri Man Mohan Vaidya. (The Mahatma and… Continue Reading →

CJI and Sexual Harassment -Spectacle fit for a Kangaroo court

The writer is a practicing advocate in the Supreme Court and a published authorIn response to sexual misconduct allegations against him, CJI Ranjan Gogoi calls for a special hearing on a Saturday and then proceeds to chair it GAUTAM BHATIA… Continue Reading →

No End to Travails of Jharkhand Victims of Cow Mob Attack, Medical Treatment Denied: “You Are Fine Now”

ASAD ASHRAF | 20 APRIL, 2019  NEW DELHI: More than a week after four Christian Adivasis were attacked and lynched by cow vigilantes, the victims who survived the attack have been left isolated and terrified by the state government and local administration…. Continue Reading →

Statement on CJI and sexual harassment by Women in Criminal Law Association

WOMEN14 HOURS AGO Women in Criminal Law Association, a recently established collaborative group for women in criminal litigation, issued a statement on Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi’s handling of a sexual harassment charge levelled against him by a former… Continue Reading →

Vindictive externment order from Nasik, Thane and other areas issued by Nasik City Police to Dr Dhondiram Limbaji Karad, National Vice President CITU

 Vindictive externment order from Nasik, Thane and other areas issued by Nasik City Police to Dr Dhondiram Limbaji Karad, National Vice President CITU and President Maharashtra State committee of CITU leading the Nasik Workers’ Union under section 51 of Maharashtra… Continue Reading →

Bhopal Gas Tragedy Among World’s ‘Major Industrial Accidents’ of 20th Century: UN Report

In the Chernobyl disaster in April 1986, one of four nuclear reactors at the Chernobyl power station in Ukraine exploded, releasing at least 100 times more radiation than the atom bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima. The report released by… Continue Reading →

“Another Modi government would mean a virtual shutdown of the Indian academic world”

Karan Thapar in conversation with Romila Thapar April 20, 2019 The last five years have been about everything besides the issues on which the BJP campaigned and came to power in 2014: employment, corruption, economic growth, and development. The country… Continue Reading →

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