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Stop Communalising the Covid 19 Pandemic

        Bebaak Collective Statement The communalising of COVID-19 pandemic, and criminalising of an international religious conference organised by Tablighi Jamaat at its headquarters in Nizamuddin in Delhi is highly unfortunate and deserves utmost condemnation. Bebaak Collective does… Continue Reading →

Mumbai – Covlateral Damage

Millat Nagar Hospital’s dialysis centre shuts down after two patients test positive for Covid-19. Now 257 patients – all requiring dialysis twice or thrice a week – have nowhere to go Hospitals around the city are turning them away fearing… Continue Reading →

Raipur AIIMS denies ‘spitting, misbehaviour’ by Tablighi Jamaat patient

Even the local MP Sunil Soni claimed that the boy associated with Tabligh-e-Jamaat had created “trouble-making” scenes the moment he entered the hospital. Published: 06th April 2020 02:56 PM  |   By Express News Service RAIPUR: As fake news of a Tabligh-e-Jamaat youth ‘spitting… Continue Reading →

RIP-Asrar Jamayee, the forgotten star of Urdu poetry who passed away as pauper in Delhi

By Firoz Bakht Ahmed* Hardly anyone had shown at the last rites, journey and burial of Asrar Jamayee (Abrar-ul-Haq) 83, Delhi-based eminent Urdu humorous and satire poet, the last of the series of the greatest mazahiya (humorous) poets, who breathed… Continue Reading →

UP migrant workers ‘sanitised’ by chemical bath on road

Bareilly: Bareilly, UP:  Close your eyes and those of your children, order personnel in protective gear, as a group of men, women and children squat on the road. Next comes a spray of bleach and many cry out as their… Continue Reading →

Anti-CAA, NPR protests amidst COVID-19: Women’s groups ask govt to negotiate

Several women’s organisations, collectives and individuals* have called upon the State and Central governments, institutions, authorities and elected representatives to urgently address take executive measures to ensure that the entire the process of National Population Register (NPR) data collection is… Continue Reading →

Eyes were burning from the paan, says Manipuri girl called ‘corona’ by Delhi man who spat on her

The 25-year-old woman was returning home in North Campus area after buying groceries when a man spat on her. PIA KRISHNANKUTTY 23 March, 2020 6:30 pm IST New Delhi: Delhi Police has registered an FIR against a man for allegedly spitting paan on a… Continue Reading →

Delhi Riots – Kardampuri and Kabir Nagar Fact Finding Report

Lawyers Against Atrocities (LAA) led a four-member team of law students, research scholars and teachers on a fact-finding in Kardampuri and Kabir Nagar in North-East Delhi on March 11th 2020. This fact-finding hoped to document and bring to light the… Continue Reading →

I stand with Asha Devi and I oppose the death penalty

by-Kalpana Kannabiran There is the smell of death clinging to the air. The four men convicted in the #Nirbhaya case have been executed. Unacceptable finality to a seven year struggle and debate on rape, carceral politics and the death penalty. However, I… Continue Reading →

Delhi Riots: Khureji Crackdown Fact Finding Report

 By Lawyers Against Atrocities Date of Visit: 29th February 2020 Team: Ashutosh, Harjot, Harshita, Nasir and Rahul Brief Overview of the Situation in Khureji Khas Since the 14th of January 2020, Khureji Khas in North East Delhi has witnessed peaceful… Continue Reading →

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