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Sudarshan TV case – Supreme Court should define the contours of hate in speech

Suhrith Parthasarathy September 21, 2020 The Sudarshan News case is a chance to infuse clarity on offensive speech, hate speech, and the exceptional cases On September 15, the Supreme Court of India injuncted a Hindi-language television channel, Sudarshan News, from continuing… Continue Reading →

Untold story of Delhi riots book: A ‘planned’ conspiracy against activists, communities

Even as the Delhi police is investigating into the Delhi riots, three human rights organizations, Karwan-e-Mohabbat, Anhad and Muslim Women’s Forum, have release an exhaustive review of the controversial book authored by Hindutva protagonists, “Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story”,… Continue Reading →

Sudarshan TV case: You are maligning a whole community; this is where it goes from free speech to hatred, says SC; refuses to vacate stay

The Supreme Court Friday refused to vacate its stay order even as it took strong exception to Sudarshan TV’s show which suggests that the Muslim community was part of a larger conspiracy to infiltrate the civil services. The tarring of… Continue Reading →

Wake Up – Slogans Jai Shree Ram, Allah-o-Akbar ‘war cries’ defeating the whole purpose of religion

By Sandeep Pandey, Shivi Saba* What purpose does a religion serve? It serves you the meaning of living a life in the right way. Lately, the sentiment around the religion in our country is undergoing transformation, religion has become a… Continue Reading →

After Bajrang Dal Campaign, 500-Year-Old Mosque Demolished in UP’s Mahoba

September 15, 20200 The place of worship for Muslims was destroyed and its debris was thrown into the nearby pond which has been a source of drinking water for centuries NEW DELHI – A 500-year-old mosque was demolished in Uttar Pradesh’s… Continue Reading →

Police arrest JNU activist Umar Khalid in connection with northeast Delhi riots

Delhi Police has arrested former JNUSU member Umar Khalid in connection with his alleged role in the northeast Delhi riots that shook the national capital in February of this year following widespread protests against CAA/NRC. ADVERTISEMENT Arvind Ojha New DelhiSeptember 14,… Continue Reading →

A Swami who fought for Haryana bonded workers, Dalit entry in Nathadwara temple

By Vidya Bhushan Rawat*The death of Swami Agnivesh is a great loss to the civil society movement in India, of which he was an active member all through his life. Those of us who have been frequenting various protests at… Continue Reading →

पाश: भगत सिंह के विचारों को कविता में ढालने वाला कवि

पाश जितने पंजाबी के कवि हैं, उतने ही हिंदी के और इसके अधिक आंदोलन के कवि हैं by- Piyush Raj अवतार सिंह संधू उर्फ पाश वैसे तो पंजाबी के कवि हैं लेकिन हिंदी में उनकी लोकप्रियता कहीं से कम नहीं… Continue Reading →

25th anniversary of the disappearance of Bhai Jaswant Singh Khalra Human Rights Activist #IfWeDoNotRise

हमअगरउट्ठेनहींतो ਜੇਕਰਅਸੀਂਉੱਠੇਨਹੀਂਤਾ In the late 1980s when the Indian state implements a policy of extrajudicial killings in Punjab to snub the Sikh freedom movement, a human rights activist Jaswant Singh Khalra initiates a very challenging work of finding those Sikhs… Continue Reading →

The Truth Behind The Lies-Arrests based on ‘forced conversion’

Shibu Thomas — August 28, 2020 Fabricated Charges leading to the imprisonment of innocent Christians has become increasingly common and is on a steep upsurge. Since 2018, Persecution Relief recorded 194 cases of false charges and arrests made against Christians of… Continue Reading →

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