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Adani’s Carmichael mine is unlikely to go ahead, and most people know it

John Quiggin When the project was launched in 2010, the prospects for thermal coal looked rosy. Today it is hopelessly uneconomic @JohnQuiggin There’s general agreement that Adani’s proposed Carmichael mine in the Galilee Basin will be a big issue in the… Continue Reading →

Victory! NBSA rules in CJP’s favour in Complaint against Zee NewsBroadcaster warned, asked to remove content

03, May 2019 | CJP Team In a huge victory for CJP’s campaign against hate speech, the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) has acted on our complaint against Zee News and asked the channel to take down inflammatory and violence inducing content… Continue Reading →

Union Minister Jayant Sinha- Gave Financial Aid to Ansari Lynching Convicts

Union Home Minister Jayant Sinha (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@jayantsinha)  : Min Jayant Sinha SHUBHANGI MISHRA Union Minister Jayant Sinha’s act of garlanding the convicted in the 2017 Alimuddin Ansari lynching case made headlines and sparked national outrage in July 2018. It’s been revealed now… Continue Reading →

A Catholic Priest Whose Father Was Forced To Convert To Hinduism

 by K P Sasi — April 23, 2019 Fr. Manoj Nayak, 44 years old, is one of the main leaders of the Kandhamal Survivors’ Association. After the major communal violence in Kandhamal in 2008, he has been involved in relief, rehabilitation, peace… Continue Reading →

The alarming assault on the free press #WorldPressFreedomDay

By Suzanne Nossel Two Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists who exposed the killing of 10 Rohingya Muslim men and boys will spend the next seven years in jail. (CNN)Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists who had worked for Reuters and exposed… Continue Reading →

Gauri Lankesh and Kalburgi murder: Police on lookout for key conspirator

Police are looking for Mahesh alias Shiva for his alleged involvement in killings of Kalburgi and Gauri Lankesh. Nagarjun Dwarakanath BengaluruMay 3, 2019 Gauri Lankesh and MM Kalburgi The Special Investigation Team (SIT), probing the murder cases of MM Kalburgi and… Continue Reading →

Bombay HC- Include 1 column for transgenders in name change form

POSTED ON MAY 3, 2019 Mumbai, The Bombay High Court on Tuesday observed that the Maharashtra government should take steps to include a for transgenders in the online application form for change of name in the official gazette. A division… Continue Reading →

Javed Akhtar threatened for his ‘ Ghoonghat Ban’ comment

Javed Akhtar threatened for his “Ghoonghat Ban” Comment Yesterday, during an event in Madhya Pradesh, Javed Akhtar made a controversial statement when the lyricist said he was not averse to enacting a law banning burqa if it was accompanied with… Continue Reading →

Seeking to arrest Navlakha, Maharashtra govt points to Gadchiroli attack

Mumbai, May 2 Opposing the interim protection from arrest granted to activist Gautam Navlakha by the Bombay High Court, the Maharashtra government on Thursday invoked the Naxal attack in Gadchiroli, saying he is accused of being a member of “such… Continue Reading →

Rajasthan electricity consumers pay more due to the state company’s coal deal with Adani Enterprises

NILEENA MS Electricity consumers in Rajasthan are paying at least Rs 0.30 more per unit of electricity than what they would pay if the RRVUNL was buying coal at the standard notified price. COURTSEY RAJASTHAN GOVERNMENT Electricity consumers in Rajasthan are… Continue Reading →

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