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Community-Based Mapping of Covid: Nothing Official About it

No doubt the clarification that India will not map Covid-19 infections on the basis of religion has many heaving sighs of relief. But will the peace last?Subhash Gatade 18 May 2020 “Move for community-based mapping of coronavirus?” a recent news item in a prestigious… Continue Reading →

Sure! I don’t look sick because I have an invisible illness

by –Payel Bhattacharya My determined looks don’t betray the nature of my disease and I knew somewhere down the line it would bring tough luck and I would have to face up to it. Unless people look at you and… Continue Reading →

The Long, Strange History of Bill Gates Population Control Conspiracy Theories

How the billionaire philanthropist displaced George Soros as the chief bogeyman of the right. MAY 12, 2020By KATHRYN JOYCE Three months into the global pandemic, Bill Gates has displaced George Soros as the chief bogeyman of the right. In April, dozens of Texans… Continue Reading →

VICTORY – Aarogya Setu app not mandatory

Govt softens stance in Lockdown 4.0 guidelines In fresh guidelines issued Sunday on Lockdown 4.0, the government has focused on the advantage of the Aarogya Setu app, however, added that it is not compulsory for private and government employees to… Continue Reading →

India – Breaking down of Atmanirbhar package

Covid-19 India Economic Package: Much of the May 12 Atmanirbhar package of Prime Minister Narendra Modi totaling Rs 20 lakh crore and elaborated over the last five days by Sitharaman has been liquidity driven, with little burden on the exchequer…. Continue Reading →

Modi Ji Why No ‘Atmasamman’ for the Disabled

National Platform for the Rights of the Disabled (NPRD) The final tranche of the Central Government’s so-called Covid stimulus package has been unveiled today. Like it belied all other deprived sections of the Indian population, so also in the case… Continue Reading →

Muzaffar Ali- Film Gaman chronicles the plight of migrants

| Updated: May 17, 2020, Filmmaker Muzaffar Ali on his 1978 directorial debut — about a taxi driver from Uttar Pradesh in Bombay — which chronicles the plight of migrants in the big cityI was moved to read Trisha Gupta’s, Tell me how… Continue Reading →

India’s Biggest Reverse Migration From A World Devastated By COVID-19

The Gulf Boomerang: Their dreams gutted by the coronavirus, lakhs return from the Middle-East only to stare at an uncertain future. Here’s the story of the Non-Resident Keralites Siddharth Premkumar May 2020 One day, historians will call this the Gelded… Continue Reading →

A dad trying to reach dying son

His naked grief shook me, forced me to stop to ask: Photographer A PTI photograph of a migrant labourer on the phone in Delhi, face twisted in grief, was on the front page of newspapers and was circulated widely on… Continue Reading →

Amid tragedy, a Modi celebration

BJP’s celebratory video makes no mention of the government’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis and dwells mostly on old schemesBy Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi Published 17.05.20, 1:48 AM The BJP on Saturday celebrated six years of the Narendra Modi government, releasing… Continue Reading →

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