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NAPM condemns illegal arrest of Lingraj Azad, leader of Niyamgiri Suraksha Parishad, and demands his immediate release

Delhi, March 6: NAPM (National Alliance of Peoples’s Movements) condemns the illegal and deceitful arrest  of Lingraj Azad today by Odisha police. He is the leader of Niyamgiri Suraksha Parishad, who successfully fought the valiant struggle against Vedanta corporation along… Continue Reading →

Statement by Soni Sori on killing of 10 innocents by security forces

In the continuing onslaught of violence against the indigenous Adivasi population of Bastar, the incident of 7 Feb 2019 in village Tadiballa, Tehsil Bhairamgarh, Bijapur situated in the hills of Abujhmad is just the latest carnage. It is notable that… Continue Reading →

This Disease Is The 2nd Highest Killer Of Indians, Yet Doctors Or Patients Do Not Know Enough About It

Swagata Yadavar  Pune: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) was the second highest cause of death in India after heart disease in 2017, killing 1 million (958,000) Indians that year, according to University of Washington’s Global Burden of Disease study, 2018. COPD led to… Continue Reading →

India PM Modi ‘must apologise to dyslexics’

By Geeta PandeyBBC News, Delhi A leading expert in child psychology says that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi must apologise after he appeared to poke fun at dyslexia at a public event, triggering outrage. Mr Modi questioned if a programme… Continue Reading →

Muslim school kids told to ‘go to Pakistan’, mothers blame TV hate

Nazia Erum, author of the book Mothering a Muslim, says parents are scared of the psychological impact of such bullying and physical harm the kids may face. AMRITA NAYAK DUTTA  New Delhi: ‘Osama’, ‘Baghdadi’, ‘Mullah’, ‘Go to Pakistan’… These are some… Continue Reading →

Thousands of Tribals March Down the streets of Delhi Demanding Withdrawal of Eviction Order

The tribals are saying that the SC stay order is only an attempt at appeasing the people before elections.Ditsa Bhattacharya  Thousands of tribals walked down the streets of the capital today, under the banners of Joint Adivasi Youth Forum and… Continue Reading →

Modern Slavery Is Alive and Thriving in India, Say Rescued Bonded Labourers

“We make clothes for others, while our kids sleep naked in the winters. We build houses, we are forced to sleep under the bridges. This is a state of slavery in 2019 and that is not acceptable to us.” Sumedha… Continue Reading →

Disability activists protest against PM Modi’s insensitive remarks

National Platform For The Rights of the Disabled  There been a spontaneous outpouring of disapproval and indignation throughout the country at the Prime Minister’s mocking at people with dyslexia during an interaction with students at the Smart India Hackathon 2019 organised… Continue Reading →

Pilot freed, kin of ‘Missing 54’ ask, ‘What about our men?’

48 Years Have Passed Since 54 Indians Were Taken Prisoner In The 1971 War But Families Are Still Hoping For Their Return Neel Kamal & Himanshi Dhawan TNN Will their loved ones come back to them like Wing Commander Abhinandan… Continue Reading →

Punjab’s cold storage owners struggle to stay in business

As potato farmers abandon their produce in cold stores for over a year, storage owners are paying from their pockets to dispose old stock and make space for fresh cropNEXT NEWS ❯ By Kundan Pandey  Cold storage owners in Punjab are… Continue Reading →

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