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Day January 4, 2021

How a Supreme Court judgment brought back the sedition law in India

A.G. Noorani Read the newspapers carefully and you will find that second only to murder and rape, the offence which has seized the small minds of our ministers and the police is sedition. It is as if the country is infested… Continue Reading →

Women Rise in Anger at Farm Law Protests Breaking Patriarchy and Stereotypes

. One of the fascinating fallouts of the protests by farmers at the border of Delhi has been the emergence of women in the forefront taking charge. Women have also been active in protests against the farm bills in Punjab,… Continue Reading →

Probe Right-wing Violence in Madhya Pradesh : Punish the Culprits: Uphold Rights of Religious Minorities

NAPM Demands unbiased investigation and stringent action against the culprits Madhya Pradesh Govt. must uphold the constitutional rights of religious minorities State Govt. must ensure safety of citizens, peace and tranquility at all costs 3rd Jan, 2021: NAPM is deeply disturbed and… Continue Reading →

Kamal Haasan’s ‘women’s Dignity Over Self-defence’ View Slammed Amid Gender Equality Push

Addressing a gathering at Yercaud, Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) chief Kamal Haasan has said that his party would work to provide equal rights to women Addressing a gathering at Yercaud, Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) chief Kamal Haasan has said that his party… Continue Reading →

Who is Loujain al-Hathloul -The activist behind bars

Following the sentence, al-Hathloul’s sister Lina al-Hathloul posted on Twitter: “Loujain cried when she heard the sentence today. After nearly three years of arbitrary detention, torture, solitary confinement – they now sentence her and label her a terrorist. Loujain will… Continue Reading →

Information under RTI can’t be denied if citizenship proof not provided, rules CIC

Jan 2 2021 The Central Information Commission (CIC) has ruled that information cannot be denied if citizenship proof is not given along with the Right to Information (RTI) application. In a recent order, information commissioner Vanaja N Sarna quoted the… Continue Reading →

Riots ‘expanded’ to new rural areas post-2002 Gujarat carnage: Report

By Rajiv Shah  Buniyaad, a Gujarat-based civil society organization, engaged in monitoring of communal violence in the state, in a new report, “Peaceful Gujarat: An Illusion or Truth?” has said that a “new trend” has come about in communal violence… Continue Reading →

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