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UN human rights official says Citizenship law is fundamentally discriminatory

The US and the UK also issued travel advisories asking their citizens to “exercise caution” while visiting the North-East in the wake of the Citizenship Bill protests in Assam and other places. Written by Shubhajit Roy | New Delhi | Updated: December 14,… Continue Reading →

BJP gem – Speaking Sanskrit keeps diabetes, cholesterol at bay:

More than 97 per cent of the languages in the world, including few Islamic languages, are based on Sanskrit, said Ganesh Singh. Photo for representation BJP MP Ganesh Singh on Thursday claimed that as per a research done by a… Continue Reading →

Citizen Amendment Bill ( CAB) Vs New India

CAB, NRC have nothing to do with protecting those being persecuted but with persecuting those who are protected by- Dushyant Before I start with my weekly socio-legal gyaan, let me share an interesting story with you. ‘The Principles of Moral… Continue Reading →

Mumbai IPS Officer-Whom will you prosecute, people of your own country?

iNTERVIEW ABDUR REHMAN, MUMBAI IPS OFFICER Abdur Rehman, a Mumbai IPS officer who resigned hours after the Rajya Sabha passed the CAB on Wednesday, tells Mirror why he quit and what he plans to do next | Vallabh.Ozarkar@timesgroup.comTWEETS @vallabhMirror Abdur Rehman,… Continue Reading →

India – We need a Civil Disobedience Crusade against CAB

A former IAS officer, Harsh Mander first shot to national prominence when he resigned from the civil services to protest against the collusion of the state and the administration during the 2002 Gujarat riots. Since then he has been working with survivors… Continue Reading →

If Parliament passes the Citizenship Amendment Bill, India’s constitutional structure, as we know it, will lose its soul

The CAB-NRC poses the gravest threat to India’s secular democratic constitution since India became a republic, and must be fought with a nation-wide civil disobedience movement. The contours of this struggle need to be worked out by We the People…. Continue Reading →

Indian police killing rape suspects is not justice, it’s just more toxic masculinity

Meena KandasamyThe shootings are not a deterrent, but the work of a vengeful patriarchy that could encourage people to take the law into their own hands Tue 10 Dec 2019 1 On 27 November, a group of men raped, smothered and… Continue Reading →

Despite Supreme Court Stricture, Schools In 5 States Asked 75% Children To Show Aadhaar

IndiaSpend Team December 9, 2019 Mumbai: More than 75% of school-age children in five states were required to provide their Aadhaar–a 12-digit, biometric-based, unique identity number–for school enrolment in violation of a landmark Supreme Court order, as per the State of Aadhaar Report… Continue Reading →

With public naps and midnight strolls, women are reclaiming the streets

For Indian women, safety comes at the expense of freedom. But now women’s groups across the country are launching initiatives that assert their equal right to public spaces Earlier this year, Nabiha Tasnim rang in Independence Day by joining… Continue Reading →

Justice mustn’t turn into revenge: CJI

‘Nor Should It Be Instant; Will Lose Its Character Then’ Jodhpur: Justice must not take the form of revenge, Chief Justice of India S A Bobde said on Saturday, a day after four men suspected of raping and murdering a… Continue Reading →

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