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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 →

India- Suicide Country, Catching Mental Illness Before It Is Too Late

Written by Aradhna Wal | Published on: October 11, 2019 Yavatmal, Amravati, Nagpur, Mumbai: Baby Kinake, 39, did not recall anything odd or amiss in her husband’s behaviour in the days before he took his life 12 years ago. Farm widows Baby Kinake (left) and… Continue Reading →

India among 70 nations hiring ‘cyber troops’ for propaganda, says Oxford University study

The study finds India’s cyber troops of ‘medium capacity’, meaning they’re full-time staff members employed year-round to control ‘information space’. SIMRIN SIRUR Updated: 30 September, 2019 7:09 pm IST Text Size: A- A+ New Delhi: A study by the University of Oxford has found that India… Continue Reading →

Chhattisgarh: Activist Soni Sori arrested in Dantewada district

She was arrested ahead of a meeting regarding the release of innocent Adivasis from various jails in Bastar region. The Chhattisgarh Police arrested Adivasi leader Soni Sori on Saturday, hours before she was scheduled to address a large gathering of… Continue Reading →

Ravish Kumar’s Full Speech at Gauri Lankesh National Award for Journalism

Senior journalist Ravish Kumar was awarded the inaugural Gauri Lankesh Memorial Award in Bengaluru on 22nd September, for his ‘sharp news analysis and uncompromising secular stance’. In a stimulating 52 minute speech, he delved deep into topics that ranged from… Continue Reading →

When Hindu Nationalism and White Nationalism Meet

BYTHOMAS CROWLEY Narendra Modi and Donald Trump’s love fest over the weekend was sickening. It was also a reminder that our fight against the far right must be international. In 1947, the puppet show Howdy Doody popularized the phrase “peanut gallery” for… Continue Reading →

Madhya Pradesh’s biggest sex scandal: 1,000 clips of sex chats and explicit videos, powerful politicians, civil servants and journalists involved

The infamous sex scandal of Madhya Pradesh is spiralling out control for the state government with top politicians, bureaucrats and journalists now being named behind the racket. Police have recovered 1,000 clips of sex chats and explicit videos from the accused… Continue Reading →

Why This Malayali Journalist’s Documentary On Demonetisation was not screened

Became Controversial In Delhi A screening of the documentary at Kerala Club in Delhi was cancelled after threats from members of the Sangh Parivar. When Malayali journalist and filmmaker Sanu Kummil decided to screen his documentary on demonetisation at the… Continue Reading →

Right to internet part of right to education & privacy: HC

TIMES NEWS NETWORK Kochi: In a landmark ruling, the Kerala high court has held that right to access the internet is part of right to education and right to privacy. It said female students cannot be prevented from accessing internet… Continue Reading →

What Hindi keeps hidden

Biting My Tongue– SAGARI I was born into Hindi, and brought up in it. It was the language of my parents and siblings, my cousins and friends, all our neighbours in the Dalit ghetto in the small town in Bihar… Continue Reading →

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