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Dr Payal Tadvi suicide -Anti-ragging committee confirms harassment

Hearing of the bail applications of the three accused on June 10 | The anti-ragging committee of the Topiwala National Medical College has concluded that Dr Payal Tadvi, who allegedly committed suicide last month, faced harassment from the three accused… Continue Reading →

Gujarat -Train Hawker Sent To 10-Day Judicial Custody For Mimicking Politicians #foe

Toy vendor Avdhesh Dubey’s videos imitating politicians was widely shared on social media. Toy hawker Avdhesh Dubey was apprehended at Surat Railway stationSURAT:  HIGHLIGHTS A hawker used to mimick politicians while selling toys on trains Toy vendor was arrested at… Continue Reading →

Andhra Pradesh -Jagan Reddy Hikes Salaries Of Asha Workers’ By Rs. 7,000 #GoodNews

= Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy ordered revamp of 108 and 104 ambulance services and directed for vehicles to be kept fully operational. The Chief Minister also renamed healthcare programme of “Arogyasri” as “YSR Arogyasri”.AMARAVATI, ANDHRA PRADESH: … Continue Reading →

India – When doctors indulge in caste discrimination

WHEN DOCTORS DISCRIMINATE Dr Payal Tadvi’s suicide in Mumbai shows how deep caste prejudices run in medical colleges across the country. From not being allowed to perform important surgeries to being labelled ‘quacks’, TOI decodes the anatomy of bias… Continue Reading →

Caste Discrimination follows dalit students even to Harvard

Bias follows them even to Harvard Caste-based discrimination isn’t something that only happens in India, it follows Dalit students to American college campuses as well. According to an Equality Labs report from 2018, 25% of Dalits in the US… Continue Reading →

Uttarakhand- ‘9-yr-old Dalit survivor made to sit beside rapist, kept in police station for 13 hours’ Dehradun: In a gross violation of norms prescribed under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (Pocso), a nine-year-old Dalit girl, who was raped by an upper caste man in Tehri last week, was allegedly made to sit… Continue Reading →

Findings of Torture: The UN Rapporteur and Julian Assange

Dr. Binoy Kampmark – Global Research 1 Jun 2019 – Another crude and sad chapter, yet more evidence of a system’s vengeance against its challengers.  Julian Assange, like the dying Roman emperor Vespasian, may be transforming into a god of sorts,… Continue Reading →

Sudan protest group accuse junta ploy to forcibly break sit-ins

SUDAN June 2: Junta planning to forcibly disperse sit-ins The Sudanese Professionals Association, SPA, one of the main groups under the protest leadership in the country have alleged that there is an active plot by the Transitional Military Council, TMC, to break… Continue Reading →

India – So What Should Liberals Do Now?

ELECTION 2019 T K Arun Last week’s electoral outcome is a massive endorsement of Narendra Modi, not necessarily of the Hindutva agenda. The challenge is to resist the latter — in every sphere of life, without waiting for any party… Continue Reading →

A sprint across the rainbow- Dutee Chand India’s first openly gay athlete

Dutee Chand has been a fighter all of her 23 years. From being a female athlete with male hormones to a girl loving another girl, she has lived life on her terms Vinayak Padmadeo ‘This is nothing, I have seen… Continue Reading →

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