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Ladakh BJP MP Jamyang Namgyal’s wife discloses over camera how Kanhaiya Kumar was framed by police

This has to come as second surpise in the day for BJP from their recent Poster Boy Ladakh MP Jamyang Tsering Namgyal . First one of the day was Namgyal’s statement showing pleasure at J&K and Ladakh being discussed in… Continue Reading →

UN FOS Expert- Kashmir Shutdown ‘Unprecedented’ for a democracy

David Kaye, the U.N. Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression, said the communication blackout is a ‘disproportionate’ interference with the rights of Kashmiris. Twelve days have passed since the Indian government snapped mobile services, landlines and the internet… Continue Reading →

Six years after Dabholkar murder: ‘When will CBI arrest masterminds’- Hamid Dabholkar

Bring masterminds of Dabholkar’s murder to book: MANS Shoumojit Banerjee The threat to progressive thinkers in society loomed large as long as the masterminds of rationalist Dr. Narendra Dabholkar’s murder were roaming free, said the Maharashtra Andhshradha Nirmulan Samiti (MANS)… Continue Reading →

India – How the Pehlu Khan case fell apart

Differing medical opinions, two sets of accused and suspect videos led to the collapse of a seemingly open-and-shut case. Aman Sharma reports Three investigating officers, two sets of doctors with differing medical opinions, two videos whose source remained suspect and… Continue Reading →

Invisible Killer Called Malnutrition – Why Shining India Is In Grip Of An Epic Calamity

Rage Of A Silent Despite designing the world’s earliest and largest schemes on hunger and malnutrition, having surplus grains and food wastage, millions of Indians go to sleep hungry every night. It’s an invisible emergency that India must get rid… Continue Reading →

Magsaysay award winner Sandeep Pandey Put Under House Arrest Second Time in Week for Kashmir Protest

Sandeep Pandey had announced a candlelight march in solidarity with the people of Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the abrogation of Article 370 and the clampdown on communication. Police outside Sandeep Pandey’s house on August 16. Photo: Sandeep… Continue Reading →

RTI activist asks for rainfall data, Telangana govt demands Rs 20 lakh to give info

RTI The fee of Rs 20 lakh demanded by the state government includes a whopping Rs 3 lakh as GST. Balakrishna Ganeshan Friday, August 16, 2019 – 13:00 27-year-old Rajesh Serupally, an independent journalist and RTI activist, based in Nizamabad… Continue Reading →

Maj General fired without pension for sexual harassment of woman officer

HIGHLIGHTS A serving Army Major General who played a key role in the June 2015 surgical strike on the bases of terrorists in Myanmar has been dismissed for sexually harassing a woman officer The alleged sexual harassment took place in… Continue Reading →

Anti-lynching law will treat silent spectators as accomplices: Pehlu Khan’s lawyer Asad Hayat

Sagar 13 August 2019 Shahid Tantray for The Caravan In July last year, the Supreme Court recommended that the parliament should enact a special law to deal with cases of mob lynching. The court passed a detailed judgment in Tehseen… Continue Reading →

Telangana Private hospitals not to accept Aarogyasri patients from today

Hans News Service   |  16 Aug 2019 2:23 AM HIGHLIGHTS Around 240 private hospitals in various districts of Telangana are stopping treatments under Aarogyasri scheme from Friday (12 am onwards). Hyderabad: Around 240 private hospitals in various districts of… Continue Reading →

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