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Elections -EVM-VVPAT Vulnerable to Manipulation – Public Unaware EC Silent

3.7k ENGAGEMENT Video editor: Purnendu Pritam The voter-verified paper audit trail or VVPAT machine was included in the election process by the Supreme Court in 2013 to assure voters that their vote has been correctly registered by the electronic voting machine… Continue Reading →

US Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Justifies 2002 Gujarat Pogrom

A| On 05, Oct 2019 Rights group accuses Gabbard of “victim-blaming” for asking “who instigated it?” Londonderry, NH: October 5, 2019 — Answering a question at a recent campaign event in New Hampshire, US Congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard appeared… Continue Reading →

Three Years Since Najeeb’s Disappearance, His Ammi Continues To Fight For Answers

Qasim Masumi  Najeeb Ahmed, a 26-year-old MSc student of biotechnology went missing from his Mahi-Mandvi hostel the day he had a fight with students allegedly affiliated with the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) where he was beaten and dragged out of his room and… Continue Reading →

A New Study Tells You How Fake News Is Spread On WhatsApp

Researchers found that the sensationalism of mainstream media formats and genres works very well when edited and used out of context in WhatsApp-based propaganda or misinformation. By – Gopal Sathe BENGALURU, Karnataka—A new WhatsApp-backed study has found that fake news is… Continue Reading →

U.P- 11 year old watched his father die in Police Custody

3 cops suspended According to his son, who witnessed the assault, Tomar was kicked, punched, hit with planks of wood, given electric shocks and pierced with a screwdriver repeatedly. On Sunday evening, Pradeep Tomar (35) left home in Uttar Pradesh’s… Continue Reading →

RTI amendments regressive, why is Centre not making rules? asks Justice Lokur

By Our RepresentativeJustice Madan Lokur, retired Supreme Court judge, has told a public meeting in Delhi that the recent amendments made to the Right to Information (RTI) Act are regressive and will have an impact on the functioning of the… Continue Reading →

Rajasthan: At wedding without priests, vows sworn on Constitution

Rajasthan: At wedding .. The wedding was plastic-free and guests went home with a copy of the Constitution and a sapling. Rajendra sharma | TNN | Updated: Oct 17, 2019, 14:32 IST Bride Babita, a postgraduate, riding a chariot and leading her… Continue Reading →

Australia-Musicians for refugees bag prestigious awards

Posted by AMUST Media | 18 Oct, 2019 | Australia, Featured | 0  |      Caption: Philip Feinstein and Adriaan Mees. Musicians, Philip Feinstein and Adriaan Mees were presented with awards earlier this month for their long-term voluntary services in helping refugees. In 2008 Philip, an ex-South African and Adriaan, an… Continue Reading →

RSS expanding their footprint among the urban poor by giving them a “Hindu” identity

The RSS and its various affiliates enter slums through running schools, organising medical camps, etc. RSS shakhas are also expanding their footprint among the urban poor by giving them a “Hindu” identity. Written by Badri Narayan | The writer is professor, Govind… Continue Reading →

Karnataka varsity scraps Kanhaiya Kumar event

Writers and thinkers accuse “fascist forces” of denying people even their fundamental rightsBy K.M. Rakesh in Bangalore AddThis Sharing Buttons61 Former JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar had to abort a scheduled address to students of a university in Karnataka after the institute’s… Continue Reading →

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