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Over 300 Kashmiri Students from Uttarakhand, Haryana Reach Mohali; Many Head Home to J&K

In the wake of the terror strike, reports emerged of Kashmiris across the country being assaulted and harassed. The Home Ministry had on Saturday even issued an advisory to all states and Union territories to take measures to ensure the… Continue Reading →

Video of Pakistani SSG commando training shared as that of arrested terrorist #PulwamaTerrorAttacks

J Jignesh Patel “देर शाम कश्मीर में 15 आतंकी हिरासत में लिए गए। उनमेसे एक आतंकी की मेहमान नवाज़ी देखें। जंग शुरू होगयी हैं, जय हिन्द”(Late in the evening, 15 terrorists were arrested in Kashmir. Look how one of the… Continue Reading →

Government and Media Please Do Not Impersonate the Army

Carnage at Pulwama   S.G.Vombatkere S.G.Vombatkere was commissioned as an officer into the Madras Sappers in 1962. In 1993, President of India awarded him the Visishta Seva Medal (VSM) for distinguished services rendered during military service in the cold, high… Continue Reading →

Yunus Dehlvi was the Mirza Ghalib and Maulana Azad of Urdu magazines!

Home Contact Us About Us Politics Economy Human Rights Gender More… By Firoz Bakht Ahmed* We have all grown through the fragrant flairs of our childhood, one of them being our childhood mother-tongue historic magazines like, “Thakurmar Jhuli” (Bengali), “Khilauna”… Continue Reading →

India- Manipur shows the way – new anti-lynching law

Harsh Mander Its anti-lynching law breaks important ground in attempting to control hate crimes and ensure police action  Six months have passed since the Supreme Court — anguished by what it described as ‘horrific acts of mobocracy’ — issued a slew of… Continue Reading →

Bulandshahr Violence Main Accused Yogesh Raj Sends “Wishes” In Bajrang Dal Posters

Hindutva organisations Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad have put up posters in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr district that carry a photograph of local Bajrang Dal leader Yogesh Raj wishing the public on Makar Sankranti and Republic Day. Bulandshahr: Yogesh Raj,… Continue Reading →

Mumbai 1992-93 Riots- The Last Man Standing

1992-93 riots T Farooq Mapkar is the only victim of Hari Masjid firing who is fighting to put a cop on trial for shooting namazis Jyoti Punwanim When Congress leader Sajjan Kumar was convicted last month for his role in… Continue Reading →

Over 30 authors to boycott literary meet over cancellation of invite to Nayantara Sahgal

  Marathi writers stand up for Sahgal ;Raj Thackeray apologises S The rescinding of an invite to noted English language author Nayantara Sahgal to participate in the 92nd Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Sahitya Sammelan has triggered a strong backlash in the… Continue Reading →

Discrimination over menstruation a breach of human rights: Indian Biologists

Written by Sabrangindia | Published on: December 31, 2018facebooktwitteremail Biologists from eminent universities and education centres in Mohali, Bangalore, Trivandrum, Jodhpur and Coimbatore said that that discrimination against women on account of menstruation in any form and any place is a glaring breach of… Continue Reading →

Gandhi Falls in Ghana as University Topples Statue Donated by India

  Ghanaian professor: “This is part of a greater movement for black dignity and self-respect” ACCRA, Ghana: Dec. 13, 2018 — Ghanaians made history this week when they tore down a statue of Indian icon Mohandas Gandhi. Installed on the University… Continue Reading →

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