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Lodge FIR Against Khushboo Sundar for Insulting remarks

The Tamilnadu affiliate of the National Platform for the Rights of the Disabled (NPRD), is lodging police complaints in all districts of Tamilnadu seeking lodging of FIRs against film actress turned politician Khushboo Sundar for insulting & humiliating persons with… Continue Reading →

The music of the people: Protest songs

Anthems ring true because societies continue to experience repression, injustice and inequity Samir Nazareth   |     It’s rare for protests not to have an anthem. Anthems are an effective way of communicating the demands and the philosophy that drive protests. They create… Continue Reading →

Haryana woman locked in toilet by husband for over a year, rescued

 Neeraj Mohan A 35 year-old woman in Haryana was forced to live in subhuman conditions for the past one and a half years, locked in a toilet by her husband, in Rishpur village of Panipat district, claimed officials. The victim,… Continue Reading →

Sri Preston Kulkarni Pleads Ignorance About RSS

Career diplomat says he didn’t know about world’s largest paramilitary Pieter Friedrich In video footage leaked from a political house party held to support Sri Preston Kulkarni’s campaign for Congress in TX-22, the former diplomat pleads ignorance of India’s Rashtriya… Continue Reading →

U.P- Two gang-rape, molestation victims kill themselves

Lucknow,  OCT 14 2020, 16:31 IST Amid the outrage over alleged gang-rape and brutal murder of a woman in Hathras, two teens – one a gang-rape victim and the other a victim of molestation-allegedly killed themselves in different parts of… Continue Reading →

Protests erupt all over India over arrest of 83-year-old Tribal activist Stan Swamy

New Delhi: Cities across India on October 12 witnessed an unprecedented show of solidarity with an octogenarian Jesuit priest who has been arrested and jailed for alleged Maoist links. From New Delhi to the North East, from Bengaluru to Patna, and… Continue Reading →

Arundhati Roy: India’s Hindu Right Are Willing to Bury Democracy

By Arundhati Roy As Diwali approaches and Hindus prepare to celebrate the triumphant return of Lord Ram to his kingdom (and the spanking new temple that is being built for him in Ayodhya), the rest of us must be content to celebrate this season… Continue Reading →

U.P – Acid Attack on 3 minor dalit sisters in Gonda

Three sisters were attacked with acid in their sleep in Uttar Pradesh Gonda. The sisters, all minors, belong to the Dalit community. ADVERTISEMENT Kumar Abhishek LucknowOctober 13, 2020UPDATED: October 13, 2020 11:51 IST Three sisters, belonging to Dalit community, have been… Continue Reading →

Hathras Rape Case: Three steps India should take to ensure that rape survivors actually get justice

The aftermath of Delhi gangrape saw the country rally for stringent laws and reforms. ROHAN DESHPANDE writes on how these reforms have failed and the challenges that need to be plugged in to ensure justice for rape survivors. ——— The… Continue Reading →

Now Sex Workers Recognised as Informal Workers: National Human Rights Commission

Finally, after years of negligence, India’s sex workers have been recognised as the ‘Women at Work’. The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued an 11-page ‘Human Rights Advisory on Rights of Women in Context of COVID-19’ in which it… Continue Reading →

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