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How multiple Twitter handles changed their religion overnight to support CAB

Jignesh Patel14th December 2019 Multiple Twitter users claiming to be Muslim took to Twitter and shared an identical piece of text announcing their support for Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB). “I’m a Muslim. I support #CABBill. I strongly denounce the protests launched by my… Continue Reading →

Hyderabad Encounter: Has India Become A Khap Panchayat Of Bloodthirsty Citizens?

In a country where 90 rapes are reported every day and extrajudicial killings rarely shock people, the gunning down of the Hyderabad rape suspects only hints at a sloppy judicial system Puneet Nicholas Yadav 90 Rapes A Day 32,559 Total number… Continue Reading →

UN human rights official says Citizenship law is fundamentally discriminatory

The US and the UK also issued travel advisories asking their citizens to “exercise caution” while visiting the North-East in the wake of the Citizenship Bill protests in Assam and other places. Written by Shubhajit Roy | New Delhi | Updated: December 14,… Continue Reading →

Citizen Amendment Bill ( CAB) Vs New India

CAB, NRC have nothing to do with protecting those being persecuted but with persecuting those who are protected by- Dushyant Before I start with my weekly socio-legal gyaan, let me share an interesting story with you. ‘The Principles of Moral… Continue Reading →

Mumbai IPS Officer-Whom will you prosecute, people of your own country?

iNTERVIEW ABDUR REHMAN, MUMBAI IPS OFFICER Abdur Rehman, a Mumbai IPS officer who resigned hours after the Rajya Sabha passed the CAB on Wednesday, tells Mirror why he quit and what he plans to do next | Vallabh.Ozarkar@timesgroup.comTWEETS @vallabhMirror Abdur Rehman,… Continue Reading →

Expelled Kerala Nun’s Memoir Sheds Light On Abuse And Harassment In Catholic Church

Lucy Kalapura says her book is an attempt at a fair criticism of the church based on facts. “I am just playing the role of whistleblower.” By K.A. Shaji The autobiography of a Catholic nun with scandalous accounts of sexual abuse and… Continue Reading →

Kerala High Court declines to ban dismissed nun Sr Lucy’s autobiography

Sister Lucy has been speaking out against the church authorities and in her book, she speaks about the sexual abuse and harassment that nuns silently undergo. Published: 04th December 2019 11:10 PM   By IANS KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Wednesday declined… Continue Reading →

Rape accused Nithyananda gave himself a country – Kailaasa

We give him a preamble to his new constitution By Manavi KapurDecember 4, 2019 One of India’s best-known—certainly most entertaining—godmen has apparently sought to set up a country of his own. Nithyananda, who has been on the run after the parents of some… Continue Reading →

My daughter was murdered, I’ve lost everything: A Nithyananda disciple’s mother recalls her ordeal

Nithyananda, a controversial godman, was booked last week for the alleged kidnapping and wrongful confinement of children to make them collect donations from followers. The police say he’s on the run. But this isn’t Nithyananda’s first brush with controversy. Meet… Continue Reading →

Women Speak From Margins of Ayodhya Dispute

Not the loss of a mosque, but the disregard for Muslims causes anguish.Hasina Khan, Sana Contractor 26 Nov 2019 We, two Muslim women born and raised in Bombay, residents of Bhendi Bazaar, relived the pain and trauma of the 1992 riots on… Continue Reading →

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