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‘Betrayal By Elected Govts’: Activist Aruna Roy On Suspension Of Labour Laws

Social and political activist Aruna Roy says the relaxation of labour laws by Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and other states is exploitative, undemocratic, and in a sense, unconstitutional. Salik Ahmad File photo of activist Aruna Roy. The Madhya Pradesh and… Continue Reading →

Tablighi FIR: Police probe indicates Saad audio clip was doctored

The audio clip mentioned in the police FIR against Markaz Nizamuddin head Maulana Saad Kandhalvi, had suggested that he had asked Tablighi Jamaat members not to follow social distancing norms and prohibitory orders. Written by Mahender Singh Manral | New Delhi | … Continue Reading →

Statement Demanding Immediate release of Dr. Kafeel Khan, Pediatrician arrested by the UP government

We, the undersigned, are a group of academicians, activists, researchers, doctors, lawyers who are deeply concerned about growing communalisation in India, which is adversely affecting people’s livelihoods, right to food, right to health and leading to social and economic boycotts,… Continue Reading →

Malegaon mystery: Covid count low but surge in overall deaths

12 due to coronavirus but 580 deaths in April is double the number last year, govt to randomly test next of kin. by ZEESHAN SHAIKH | Malegaon, Mumbai | Updated: May 4, 2020  Nine bodies were brought to Malegaon’s biggest burial ground in… Continue Reading →

Covid 19- Dr Kafeel Khan And The Story Of Another Epidemic

The expertise the imprisoned doctor offered to the fight against COVID-19 comes from a self-driven struggle with encephalitis, which kills thousands every year Mrudula Bhavani May 2020  The Supreme Court directed on March 23 that all prisoners, under trial or… Continue Reading →

Suicide note of an estranged journalist

by -Shoeb Hamid I am going to hang myself to the ceiling fan tonight, and perhaps this is the last shame I will have to bear in my miserable existence. But I am not entirely to be blamed for it,… Continue Reading →

Are We Chained to hatred?

A whole minority community was massacred over two decades ago in Rwanda. Looking back at the judgment that sentenced three journalists to life imprisonment DUSHYANT Do you think it is possible for a journalist or a news publication to incite children… Continue Reading →

Requiem for Shaheen Bagh- Women who lead

By Mani Shankar Aiyar The over 100-day relay protest at Shaheen Bagh is over. The protesters have not been thwarted by the government but by a malevolent force of nature — Covid-19. That was the only force that could have ended… Continue Reading →

Mysuru newspaper served notice for Islamophobic editorial

The local daily had published an Islamophobic editorial last week, calling to ‘get rid’ of ‘an annoying 18 percent’ of the population Alithea Stephanie MounikaSunday, April 12, 2020 – 11:56          Representational image Star of Mysore, an English daily evening newspaper… Continue Reading →

Telangana Woman Rides 1,400 km On Scooty To Bring Back Son Stranded In Andhra Pradesh

48-year-old Razia Begum did not send her elder son since she feared police might mistake him for a joy rider and detain him. Hyderabad:  A woman in Telangana rode nearly 1,400 km on a scooter over three days amid the… Continue Reading →

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