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India – Here, women lose sleep over a bucket of water

Village women living in four parched hamlets of Nashik district have to make midnight treks to their only source of water. Sometimes, a few litres take all night Life has been a series of miserable summers for Paribai Waghmare…. Continue Reading →

India Elections- Game of thrones

Despite its 70s sarkaari aesthetic, Kissa Kursi Ka is a piece of our cinematic past that speaks uncannily to our present by- Trisha Gupta Main pratigya karta hoon ki ya toh bhrashtachar ko khatam kar doonga, ya khud khatam ho… Continue Reading →

Inside BJP’s Whatsapp group- Modi’s Sena #MustShare

Inside a WhatsApp group where no fact is sacrosanct and history only material for convenient memes. Target – PMModi2019A Mirror correspondent joins the group where party propaganda, in the form of photos and videos, ranges from riotously funny to downright… Continue Reading →

India Elections and the Issue of Civil Liberties

Only Congress and two Left parties have focused on civil liberties in their manifestos, which is a welcome expression of their commitment after a break of many decades.Gautam Navlakha  Image for representational use only.Image Courtesy : Scroll Civil liberties and… Continue Reading →

Kathua rape victim’s father duped of donation money

The father of the Kathua rape case victim has been deceived of donation money without his knowledge. Pooja Shali Jammu and Kashmir (Image for Representation) HIGHLIGHTS Money was withdrawn from his account without his knowledge The money was received through donation… Continue Reading →

Veterans’ Concerns for a Secular Military Neither News nor Fake!

MAJOR GENERAL S.G.VOMBATKERE  All responses meticulously recorded  Editor’s Note: Union Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told ANI ““Worrying that fake letters being signed by vested interest groups. Condemnable. Rashtrapati Bhawan has also said that they have not received the letter.” A… Continue Reading →

The “Global gag rule”: Curtailing women’s reproductive rights

Ruth Macklin Abstract The Global gag rule (GGR), originally known as the Mexico City Policy, is a United States policy that limits the reproductive rights of women in many resource-poor countries. In 2018, the US administration of President Donald Trump… Continue Reading →

Prof Haragopal, Venugopal, Prof Katyayani others detained

Several activists, mostly teachers, including prominent educationist Prof G Haragopal, were detained by the Hyderabad police on Saturday as they attempted to hold an indoor meeting to demand the release of revolutionary writer Varavara Rao and other intellectuals, who are… Continue Reading →

Supreme Court pulls up Maharashtra for poor efforts to clean Ulhas river

The SC has asked principal secretary (environment) to come back with the steps the state has taken to comply with previous SC orders on restoring the rivers, by the next hearing on July 17. Badri ChatterjeeMumbai The Supreme Court (SC)… Continue Reading →

How medical malpractice has made hysterectomies a big business in Marathwada

Radheshyam Jadhav  Pune | Hysterectomies are turning cane-cutter women in Marathwada into ‘living working machines’ The National Commision of Women’s decision — following a report by BusinessLine — to issue a notice to Maharashtra Chief Secretary UPS Madan asking for legal action to… Continue Reading →

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