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Gujarat HC comes to rescue of police’s ‘first’ lesbian couple

Aug 01, 2020 Mahisagar in Gujarat is the hub of dinosaur tourism in India. In the 1980s, paleontologists had unearthed a large cache of dinosaur eggs and fossils there. These days the city is in news for a unique love… Continue Reading →

Elgaar Parishad Case – Who Is DU Professor Hany Babu M.T. Arrested Unexpectedly During Witness Summon?

Co-operate and get arrested! By Aditi Gupta -August 1, 2020 Hany Babu M.T., Associate Professor of English at the University of Delhi, Major in Language Ideology, Politics and Policy, Linguistic Identity, Marginalised Languages and Social Justice, was arrested by NIA (National Investigation Agency)… Continue Reading →

Remembering tragedy queen Meena Kumari on her birth anniversary

* Another fan Khanindra Kumar Dutta observed, ‘Without doubt, her life is expressed in a beautiful but sad way with Khayyam’s haunting music’ Amjad Parvez August 1 It was in 1970 that Khayyam composed music for actress and singer Meena… Continue Reading →

25-year-old meat supplier Attacked With Hammer In Gurgaon, Cops Watch

Gurgaon: Haryana Police has sent the meat for testing in a lab. One of the assailants has been arrested. GurgaonReported by Mukesh Singh Sengar, Edited by Divyanshu Cow Vigilantes: The attack took place in Gurgaon on Friday around 9 am.4New Delhi:  With… Continue Reading →

The Struggle Against Dalit Oppression in India

By Kunal Chattopadhyay Anand Teltumbde is a man of many shades. A senior professor at the Goa Institute of Management who identifies as a Marxist, Teltumbde has multiple qualifications: a degree in engineering from Nagpur’s Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology,… Continue Reading →

Covid-19 relief: RTI reply reveals lack of transparency bogs GoI help to Gujarat govt

By Pankti Jog*  Ever since March 24, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the nation-wide lockdown, civil society organizations (CSOs), religious bodies and citizen initiative groups have been working tirelessly to provide food to the lockdown-affected people, especially migrant workers…. Continue Reading →

India – Freedom begins with speech

By – Dushyant Let the Supreme Court see I am not free”. Images and videos of a man saying these words, speaking to a media person from behind police personnel and walls with barbed wire, went viral on social media yesterday. In… Continue Reading →

Prof Shoma Sen spends birthday in jail for third consecutive year

Happy 62nd Birthday Prof. Shoma Sen This is her third birthday that she will be spending inside a jail. It has been 750 days since her arrest. A professor and a human rights activist who is being denied bail repeatedly… Continue Reading →

What’s in a name? Stigma and shame, say the residents of Tiruchy’s Drainage Street

The street is said to have been so named as the Corporation’s sanitation workers lived here. A sign of the vicious cycle of caste, occupation and stigma, most of those workers were Dalit. By Jose K JosephExpress News Service TIRUCHY:  What’s… Continue Reading →

Ram Mandir: Supreme Court Judgements Have Contributed To ‘Hindu-isation’ of India

Dhavan was the lawyer for the Sunni Waqf Board and other Muslim parties in the Babri Masjid Ram Mandir case. By Betwa Sharma NEW DELHI — On 5 August, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party will fulfil its longstanding promise of building a… Continue Reading →

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