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Bhopal gas leak: 30 years later and after nearly 600,000 were poisoned, victims still wait for justice

On this day in 1989, US multinational Union Carbide agreed a deal to pay $470m to victims of the world’s worst industrial disaster. Campaigners say that was never enough Adam Withnall When the gas first started seeping into their thatch… Continue Reading →

J&K terror attack: Intelligence sent reports 10 days back on fidayeen, local JEM plans

By Law Kumar Mishra*The deadliest-ever attack on the security forces in Kashmir martyred 42 jawans of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on National Highway (NH) 44 (Jammu-Srinagar) near Awantipura, 20 kms from Srinagar on Thursday noon. Unprecedented, it was… Continue Reading →

Day after launch by PM Modi, Train 18 breaks down 200 km outside Delhi

Train 18 breakdown: The Vande Bharat Express was being brought back to New Delhi from Varanasi for its first commercial run on Sunday when the breaks jammed in one of the last coaches. There is uncertainty over Sunday’s first commercial… Continue Reading →

‘Jai Hind’ – A martyr’s nephew exposes the fake nationalism of hate-mongers

By Saket Gokhale. The day the BJP-RSS used my slain officer uncle’s death for their politics (and tried to engineer a riot): This is amongst the several stories that I’d left untold until now. But seeing the filthy politics being… Continue Reading →

Elgaar Case- State told to file say on Gadling’s plea for seized e-data’s cloned copies Pune: Officiating UAPA judge S S Gosavi on Friday asked the state prosecution to file a written say on activist Surendra Gadling’s plea seeking cloned copies of the 25 terabyte electronic data police seized in the Elgar Parishad case from all… Continue Reading →

Government exceeded approved expenditure by Rs 99,610 crore, says CAG in report

The Ministry of Finance spent Rs 1,157 crore on various heads during FY 2017-18 without obtaining prior approval of the Parliament, the CAG report said. By Anuradha ShuklaExpress News Service NEW DELHI: In violation of the basic principles of democracy, the Union… Continue Reading →

CJI Sacks Two SC Officials For Tampering With Order in Anil Ambani’s Contempt Case

What prompted the extraordinary step from the CJI was an instance of tampering with Justice Nariman’s order in January when a show-cause notice of contempt was issued to Anil Ambani. Utkarsh Anand |  New Delhi: Reliance Communication Ltd. Chairman Anil Ambani… Continue Reading →

‘How many Deaths will it take till we know That too many people have died?’ #PulawamaAttack

Pakistan India Peoples’ Forum for Peace & Democracy PIPFPD is shocked and saddened by the loss of lives of 44 CRPF personnel in a militant attack in Lethapora, Pulwama, Jammu & Kashmir. The gruesome manner in which an explosives laden… Continue Reading →

India has the lowest divorce rates in the world

An ordeal by fire for women Women face an insensitive system and society while seeking divorce from abusive husbands, who deny them their rightful claim by- Dushyant Why don’t you try and have a child? This question was posed to a… Continue Reading →

Noam Chomsky, Angela Davis Condemn Modi Govt’s Clampdown On Activists

An association of activists and scholars said that Modi government has been “using its authority to silence any voice that challenges its domination and repression”. The clampdown on political dissent since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in 2014 has received global… Continue Reading →

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