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Month December 2020

Denied December 31 nod, Elgaar Parishad organisers say will hold event on Jan 30

Justice (retd) Kolse Patil said, “We will now hold it on January 30, at the Ganesh Kala Krida Manch in Pune. And if not there, we will hold it on the streets. If not allowed to do that, we will… Continue Reading →

Demand to Repeal Labour Codes Grows Louder in Shadow of Farmers’ Protest

On Wednesday, multiple workplaces saw protests with unions planning on courting mass arrest next month.Ronak Chhabra 30 Dec 2020 New Delhi: A “national protest day” was observed at multiple workplaces across the country on Wednesday, primarily to say that the “working… Continue Reading →

Kerala woman who worked as part-time sweeper at panchayat office is now its president

A Anandavalli was elected on a Communist Party of India (Marxist) ticket in the recently concluded local body election and elevated to the post of block president on Wednesday. INDIA Updated: Dec 30, 2020, Ramesh BabuHindustan Times, Thiruvananthapuram For almost 10… Continue Reading →

‘The Axe Might Forget but the Tree Never Does’: Jamia and AMU Students Recall Police Attack

Justice as a refuge from trauma HUDA MOHAMMAD | 31 DECEMBER, 2020  It was a year ago that the students of many universities protesting peacefully against Parliament’s citizenship amendments faced police brutality on their campus with the permission of the university… Continue Reading →

Kerala Assembly passes resolution demanding withdrawal of farm laws passed by Parliament

While moving the resolution, chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said in the one-hour special session that the country was now witnessing one of the most iconic protests ever by farmers in its history. INDIA Updated: Dec 31, 2020, 12:05 IST The Kerala… Continue Reading →

Ten Defining Moments for Women in 2020

UNITED NATIONS, Dec 23 2020 (IPS) – While 2020 will be remembered most for the way COVID-19 changed our lives in nearly every way and in every part of the world, we made some strides for women’s rights and gender equality…. Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case: Sudha Bharadwaj , Hany Babu and Gautam Navlakha Denied Access To Books And News Paper In Prison

एल्गार परिषद: नवलखा, बाबू और भारद्वाज ने कहा, उन्हें भेजी गईं किताबें जेल प्रशासन लौटा दे रहा है POSTED ON DECEMBER 31, 2020 एल्गार परिषद मामले में जेल में बंद कार्यकर्ताओं गौतम नवलखा, हेनी बाबू और सुधा भारद्वाज ने कहा… Continue Reading →

One Month on, women hold the fort at India farmer protests

Dec 31 , 2020NEW DELHI – The men arrived first. And they arrived with a bang. Tens of thousands of them, marching like an army, driving trucks and trailers, prepared to choke key highways that feed into India’s bustling capital. But… Continue Reading →

Wheelchair -bound G N Saibaba denied woolen cap, physio items in Nagpur jail

Wheelchair-bound, former DU professor GN Saibaba was convicted in 2017 and awarded a life sentence for having links with Maoists and indulging in anti-India activities. I File photo of GN Saibaba (Picture Courtesy: Twitter @Red_Pastures) Nagpur Central Prison authorities refused… Continue Reading →

Woman accuses RSS volunteer of raping her at gunpoint in UP’s Firozabad #Vaw

A woman has alleged that a man used to often forcibly enter her house in Uttar Pradesh’s Firozabad and one such day he raped her at gunpoint and left saying he is an RSS worker and nobody can do anything…. Continue Reading →

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