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Delhi Police ignored complaints against Kapil Mishra, other BJP leaders for leading mobs

Dead and Buried PRABHJIT SINGH21 June 2020 Kapil Mishra, a Bharatiya Janata Party leader, addresses a rally against Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party government in January 2019. Following the violence that swept northeast Delhi in February 2020, Mishra was accused in… Continue Reading →

Bajrang Dal Members Force Muslim Man to Chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’, Thrash And Attempt to Slit His Throat on Refusal

POSTED ON JUNE 6, 2020 Amid COVID-19 pandemic, economic crisis and cyclone stress, some people just cannot give up on religious disharmony and the recent incident of a Muslim man thrashed and attacked on the head and neck with a… Continue Reading →

How an RTI Plea Managed to Bring Water to a Parched Dalit Village in Madhya Pradesh at Midnight

Posted On June 5, 2020 A Right to Information (RTI) query and swift action by the State Information Commission finally managed to bring water to a parched remote Dalit locality in Madhya Pradesh. This was made possible after Rewa-based activist… Continue Reading →

Amit Shah’s ‘Bhima Koregaon Model’ Used For Anti-CAA Protests

Nandini Sundar May 26, 2020 01:36 pm IST The recent arrests of Jamia student Asif Iqbal Tanha and two JNU students, Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal, both activists with Pinjra Tod, shows that the union home ministry is convinced the… Continue Reading →

As Kerala braces for the next Corona Wave….

Livelihood has to be taken care of. But we cannot accept the approach, espoused by some world leaders, that deaths are inevitable in the Covid war Published: 19th May 2020 04:00 AM   By T M Thomas Isaac The coronavirus is going to… Continue Reading →

Communal Harmony During the COVID Days

— by K P Sasi — May 18, Two recent reports deserve our attention:The first one is the case of a young labourer named Amrit, s/o Ramcharan and his friend Mohammad Yakub was travelling to Basti, UP from Surat, Gujarat. Suddenly Amrit became unconscious…. Continue Reading →

Gujarat horror: 70 year old found dead on the sidewalk, was admitted in hospital for COVID

Gunvant Makwana was found dead at a bus stop, 10 km away from Gujarat’s Ahmedabad Civil Hospital. His family members were forced to carry his body themselves without any protective gear Published: 17 May 2020, 6:45 According to a Scroll.in… Continue Reading →

India – Breaking down of Atmanirbhar package

Covid-19 India Economic Package: Much of the May 12 Atmanirbhar package of Prime Minister Narendra Modi totaling Rs 20 lakh crore and elaborated over the last five days by Sitharaman has been liquidity driven, with little burden on the exchequer…. Continue Reading →

1857 War of Independence… when Hindu-Muslim separatism, hatred wasn’t an issue

By Shamsul Islam* Large sections of Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs unitedly challenged the greatest imperialist power, Britain, during India’s First War of Independence which began on May 10, 1857; the day being Sunday. This extraordinary unity, naturally, unnerved the firangees and made… Continue Reading →

Ahmedabad Violence: Police fires 71 Teargas Shells, Pregnant Woman Beaten Up, One-and-A Half Year Old Kid Thrown Away by Cops, 27 People Arrested

10 May 2020 06:05 PM, IST Syed Khalique Ahmed | NEW DELHI, MAY 10—After a clash between the policemen and the local people under Shahpur police station of Ahmedabad in Gujarat on Friday evening, as many as 29 persons, including… Continue Reading →

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