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Kerala Maoist couple’s daughter vows to get them out

According to officials, the intelligence bureaus of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Telangana joined forces to make the arrests. Written by Shaju Philip | Valappad (kerala) | Updated: May 6, 2015 8:26 am Ami and Savera with their… Continue Reading →

#Goodnews – Nepal SC orders Journalist Kanak Mani Dixit’s release

Supreme Court orders Kanak Mani Dixit’s release Kanak Mani Dixit with Nepal Police personnel after his release at the Supreme Court. Photo: Twitter/KundaDixit KATHMANDU: The Supreme Court of Nepal on Tuesday ordered the release of journalist and Sajha Yatayat Chairman… Continue Reading →

CPDR Condemns the Action against the Students by the JNU Authorities

The JNU row over the organization of a meeting by some students on 9 February on the anniversary of hanging of Afzal Guru and the so called anti-national slogans given there has already exposed the evil design of the ABVP/BJP… Continue Reading →

Malegaon Blast Case – Guilty until proven innocent

GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT Mumbai Mirror The eight men discharged from the 2006 Malegaon blasts case say it’s time all the cops who ‘conspired to ruin their lives’ are punished. ‘We were arrested to shield actual terrorists’ Noorulhuda Samshodduha Accused… Continue Reading →

Maoist leader Azad calls off hunger strike

By Prameya News7     Bhubaneswar: Maoist leader Dunna Keshav Rao alias Azad dropped his indefinite fast on Wednesday in the SCB Medical at Cuttack. Accepting the request of ADG (Jail) Arun Ray, Azad called off his fast which was going… Continue Reading →

Kashmiri Woman Pens Powerful Response To Chetan Bhagat’s ‘Open Letter To Kashmiri Youth’

Kashmiri Woman Pens Powerful Response To Chetan Bhagat‘s ‘Open Letter To Kashmiri Youth’  A letter, attributed to a ‘Arshie Qureshi’ who identifies herself as a Kashmiri woman, gives a fitting response to author turned armchair (read Twitter) political critic Chetan… Continue Reading →

Masih Alined: “Women in Iran are breaking the law every day just to be ourselves” #Vaw

  “And I’m a master criminal because the government thinks I have too much hair, too much voice, and I am too much of a woman.” ALLISON MALONEY Speaking to a packed house today, journalist Masih Alinejad took the stage… Continue Reading →

1,000 postcards sent in support of Soni Sori returned by CM’s office

Ishita Mishra | TNN |    1,000 supporters sent postcards from across the world, but the chief minister’s office just sent the package right back! RAIPUR: US-based Suresh Ediga, a software engineer and activist, started the #OneMillionPostCardCampaign for #SoniSori #Bastar campaign… Continue Reading →

Odisha – Tribals protest police atrocities, illegal arrests

Tribals protest police atrocities Muniguda:  Scores of tribals of Niyamgiri Surakhya Samiti (NSS), an outfit fighting for the protection of the hill, Monday staged a demonstration before the local police station here protesting alleged police atrocities. They also submitted a… Continue Reading →

Powerful Reply from Maoist Leaderʹs Daughter to Home Minister

In the first week of July, Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala wrote an open letter to the daughters of Maoist couple – Rupesh and Shyna, who were arrested by the Andhra Pradesh police in May this year. Reports say that… Continue Reading →

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