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To Asghar Ali Engineer Saab, I say …

By- Ramu Ramanathan 1. To the local astrologer, I went and asked Junaab: yeh inquilaab kab aayega? 2. His followers prohibited from worshiping idols Yet his lordship prays to his fleet of Rolls Royce engines Instead of blessing his tribe… Continue Reading →

#India -‘It is an insult to women’s cricket to be treated this way’ #Vaw #Gender

Interview by Abhishek Purohit January 29, 2013 Diana Edulji, a former India captain and one of the pioneering woman cricketers from the country, represented India between 1976 and 1993. Years after her retirement, she and Shanta Rangaswamy are among the… Continue Reading →

Judge attacks forced marriage that put disabled woman ‘at risk’ #goodnews

  A judge has said the forced marriage of a Muslim woman with learning difficulties should be annulled and condemned the “insulated” families who arrange them. An overcrowded train approaches station, Dhaka, Bangladesh Photo: Andrew Biraj, Bangladesh, Reuters By Martin Beckford, Home Affairs… Continue Reading →

The great unmentionable in disability politics #mustread

      RAHILA GUPTA , 31 July 2012    “I felt there was no space for me to express grief at my son’s disability”. The grief of those who care for people with a disability is betrayal of the Cause.  Rahila… Continue Reading →

‘Sponsored’ doctors under scanner’ #Goodnews :-)

      By Express News Service – NEW DELHI 11th July 2012 10:18 AM Eleven doctors from Madhya Pradesh, who allegedly went with their families to England and Scotland, are facing a probe, with the Ministry of Health and… Continue Reading →

Climate change and social justice towards an Ecosocialist perspective

Asit Das After the Kyoto protocol and the IPCC report, climate change has emerged as a serious issue facing mankind. Climate change and the issues of social justice should be seen in the context of the urgency of the global… Continue Reading →

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