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PRESS RELEASE- Jharkhandi Organisation against Radiation , Jadugoda

 Press release – JOAR (Jharkhandi Organisation against Radiation, Jadugoda)  “ A person standing on tailing dam for a period of one year would still not be affected by any radiation” (Translated from hindi) – Mr. S. K. Malhotra (Head of Public awareness,… Continue Reading →

Jharkhand: The failed promise of an adivasi state #indigenous #tribalrights

  Richard TOPPO A tribal perspective from Jharkhand describes how the creation of the state, ostensibly for the welfare of tribal populations, has only led to their exploitation and displacement.   Almost a century ago, Katherine Mayo published a book… Continue Reading →

#Poem- Now its dangerous to be #Dayamani Barla #Jharkhand #Tribal #Indigenous

  Below is the poem by By Himanshu Kumar, On Dayamani Barla, The iron Lady of Jharkhand who  is behind bars now and has  been fighting for the land rights of the tribal people, and is now behind bars.Dayamani Barla is an indigenous tribal journalist… Continue Reading →

No place for Dayamani, in mainstream media why ?

No place for Dayamani, Media Watch, Thehoot .org A significant agitation against land acquisition and the bail and re-arrest of its leader were barely noticed by mainstream media.  Isn’t it the media’s disdain for lower caste/class dissenters, wonders ARITRA BHATTACHARYA…. Continue Reading →

#India- Woman of Steel #Dayamani Barla #Jharkhand #Tribal #indigenous #aboriginal

The Other Half Woman of steel   KALPANA SHARMA, The Hindu   Using her pen to fight for displaced tribals and to expose corruption, Dayamani Barla could teach even Mahendra Singh Dhoni a lesson or two about how to fight… Continue Reading →

Harassment of Dayamani Barla (Jharkhand) by local police

On 14th January, in the evening, a Police Mobile Van of Chutya Thana (Ranchi) landed at her hotel on Club Road, Ranchi, and started to harass her staff asking about her links with anti-social elements. The Sub-Inspector making the ‘enquiries’… Continue Reading →

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