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Guilty until proven innocent? #fabricated #illegalarrests #minorityrights Siddiqui is, of course, not the first journalist to be implicated in terrorism-related cases, though he is certainly among those whose predicament has not attracted due attention from media colleagues or civil society, says AMMU JOSEPH.   A charge-sheet against… Continue Reading →

#Gujarat- Even police don’t have sexual complaint panel’ #womenrights #Vaw

By Ramaninder K Bhatia, The Times of India, 20 February 2013 VADODARA: Despite the recent focus on exploitation of women in Indian society, home and workplaces, many offices of Gujarat government, including police force and labour department and also the Vadodara… Continue Reading →

#Gujarat -Sexual harassment panels still far off #Vaw

By Ramaninder K Bhatia, The Times of India, 20 January 2013 VADODARA: In one of the discussions following the brutal Delhi gang rape, a sad truth has emerged – nearly 16 years after the Supreme Court (SC) issued guidelines for setting up… Continue Reading →

#India-‘Don’t lock us up, make city safer’ #Vaw

By Ramaninder K Bhatia, The Times of India, 1 January 2013 VADODARA: Vadodara police’s order of banning tuition classes before 7am and after 9pm in the city after the New Delhi gang rape, has evoked harsh criticism from women across… Continue Reading →

Salaam Bombay # poetry #humor #sundayreading

  A City where everything is possible, especially the impossible . Where telephone bills make a person ill, Where a person cannot sleep without a pill. Where carbon-dioxide is more than oxygen, Where the road is considered to be a… Continue Reading →

What do women want from netas? #mustread

The Times of India, Ahmedabad, 28 November 2012 VADODARA: Do political parties which aspire to form governments and make policies for the public have a committee to stop sexual harassment of women in all spheres? And why hasn’t the state government set… Continue Reading →

The Hindu: It’s time to behave! #advertising

Anindita Sarkar, afaqs!, Mumbai, November 02, 2012 Section: News Category: Advertising While The Hindu continues to target the youth, in its latest television commercial it turns the spotlight on Indian politicians and focuses on the poor example of governance that is being set by them for… Continue Reading →

No one should be executed. Not even #AjmalKasab #deathpenalty

source-Amnesty Blog I was woken up yesterday morning by my phone beeping. A text message from Shashikumar, Amnesty India’s programme director: “Supreme Court likely to confirm Ajmal Kasab’s death sentence today”. No surprises there. The death penalty is on the… Continue Reading →

Jayalalitha Achievements- Promoting and Validating Dowry

Dear all A Full page ad in Times of India glared us today , larger than life Jayalalitha‘s Portrait and telling us her one year of achievements. 1. Rice at no cost 2. 4 grams of Gold for Thirumangalayam and… Continue Reading →

Petition protesting Nonadanga evictions and arrest of activists

To Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister, Government of West Bengal, Writers Building, Kolkata, India-700 001 We are deeply concerned by your government’s arrest of seven democratic rights activists and its earlier detention of residents of the Nonadanga slum on April 8,… Continue Reading →

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