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Sedition Case Against Rpper Hard Kaur Over Posts On Yogi Adityanath, RSS

A first information report or FIR has been filed against Hard Kaur in Varanasi under various sections of the Indian Penal Code that includes sedition. All India | Hard Kaur, aka Taran Kaur Dhillon, was born in India; she later moved… Continue Reading →

“Attack Not only on Journalists’ Right to Write but also on Readers’ Right to Read”

17 Jun 2019 08:06 PM, IST India Tomorrow New Delhi, June 17—The recent incidences of arrests of journalists across India and violent assaults inflicted on some other scribes have left the civil society contemplating about the dangers the advocates of… Continue Reading →

Human rights, environment activists unsafe in Asia: Report

By Kiran Pandey Tuesday 18 June 2019 Asia continues to be a dangerous place for defenders of human and environment rights, even after 20 years of United Nations Declaration on Human right defenders (HRDs), according to a report.  The biennial report,… Continue Reading →

धर्मयुग – 1975 – दुष्यंत कुमार और धर्मवीर भारती के बीच ग़जलिया पत्राचार

दुष्यंत कुमार की गजल एवम कवितायें जनांदोलनों का नारा बनकर आज भी उद्वेलित करती हैं . विधानसभाओं और संसद में सबसे ज्यादा उद्धरित किये जाने वाले कोई कवि हैं तो वे दुष्यंतजी ही है. १सितम्बर १९३३ को राजपुर नावड़ा बिजनोर… Continue Reading →

Assaults in loos to chest stares… My life without gender

If you don’t fit into neat gender boxes like he or she, life can be hard. A first-person account of what it is to be non-binary in India Smita I am a non-binary person assigned female at birth, currently living… Continue Reading →

India – How crime is getting a communal spin

Incidents like the Aligarh girl’s murder show how social media is being used to tar a particular community and fan fear Himanshi.Dhawan Earlier this month, the body of a two-year-old who had gone missing from her home in Aligarh, Uttar… Continue Reading →

India’s First Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Shekhawat Says Water Scarcity a ‘Media Creation’

Last month, the Centre had issued a ‘drought advisory’ to Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu, asking them to use water judiciously. New Delhi: With a majority of western areas in the country reeling under drought-like conditions, newly… Continue Reading →

The Prashant Kanojia Bail Order: Two Constitutional Issues

A high premium on personal liberty by- Gautam Bhatia IN this blog post, Abhinav Sekhri has lucidly highlighted some of the systemic issues around the journalist Prashant Kanojia’s arrest and subsequent release on bail: in particular, the heavily politicised character of the… Continue Reading →

India- Over 4000 UCIL workers go on indefinite strike

JAMSHEDPURJune 11, 2019, Demand wage revision, production affected in seven mines Jadugora, June 10: Over 4000 workers of Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL) Monday went on an indefinite strike in support of their demand for wage revision and other benefits… Continue Reading →

Mumbai Press Club condemns UP & Karnataka police action against journalists

The Mumbai Press Club condemns the incidents of attacks on freedom of press by the police in Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka. Two days ago, the UP police arrested Prashant Kanojia and Noida-based TV channel’s Ishita Singh and Anuj Shukla on… Continue Reading →

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