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Day April 14, 2021

Gujarat: State-run hospital arranges for yagna to get rid of virus

Yagna being performed on the New Civil Hospital campus on Tuesday SURAT: Amid unceasing sirens of ambulances bringing in Covid-19 patients, chants of hymns recited on a loudspeaker rented in the air at state-run New Civil Hospital, south Gujarat’s biggest Covid-19 hospital,… Continue Reading →

Bombay Police have had ‘rogues in and out of uniform’ even before Param Bir Singh and Sachin Vaze

This is really the story of how a professional force has been maligned by a few rogue elements and exploited by politicians to serve their own interests. Who is interested in a professional force ? Sujata Anandan Long before former… Continue Reading →

Yoga Babaji announces its new hot product, “Gaumutra Infused Yellow Wine” #Covid19

In order to make battling corona virus more ‘fun’, Yoga Babaji announces its new hot product, “Gaumutra Infused Yellow Wine” by- Piyush Jain After a series of successful and spiritual product launches, Yoga Babaji has now announced their newest breakthrough… Continue Reading →

Gujarat man takes his mother’s body on hand cart for cremation after local panchayat refuses hearse

.. Yagnesh Bharat Mehta | TNN | Updated: Apr 12, 2021, 09:13 IST SURAT: Running out of options to carry the body of his mother to the crematorium, a banking professional in Olpad village of Surat had to use a handcart… Continue Reading →

Jharkhand – Covid patient dies at gate of Ranchi hospital, wailing daughter blames health minister

A Covid patient died outside the Sadar Hospital in Jharkhand’s Ranchi on Tuesday as no medical aid was provided by the hospital.  This happened even as the state health minister was taking rounds of the hospital to check Covid facilities…. Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case -Prof Shoma Sen challenges prosecution under UAPA; says evidence against her is unfounded, forged and planted on co-accused’s digital devices

AN accused in the Bhima Koregaon case, Professor Shoma Sen, has petitioned the Bombay High Court challenging her prosecution under the stringent anti-terrorism Unlawful Activities (Prevention) (UAPA) Act. Sen, a former Head of Department of English at Nagpur University, alleged… Continue Reading →

Kumbh in the Times of Covid: How World’s Largest Religious Festival Turned Super-spreader in the Past

Sadhus take a dip in the Ganges river during the first Shahi Snan at “Kumbh Mela” in Haridwar, India, March 11, 2021. (Reuters/Anushree Fadnavis) Kumbh Mela in Haridwar is once again being held in the time of a health emergency…. Continue Reading →

A voice of the voiceless, activist- actor-singer Vira Sathidar dies of Covid

Vira Sathidar’s Life Was a Lesson in Political Commitment and Solidarity Nothing perturbed Vira Sathidar, not even the constant harassment by the NIA or the local Nagpur police. Vira Sathidar. Courtesy: Vira Sathidar Sukanya Shantha On October 21 last year,… Continue Reading →

April 14 as #DalitDiwali: Are Bahujan leaders ‘insensitive’ in choosing symbols?

By Vidya Bhushan Rawat* Dr Mama Deshmukh is a veteran Bahujan historian. In a conversation with me recently, he said that only Ambedkarite Buddhists are capable to lead the Bahujan movement. He insisted, they should get united. An interesting part of his discussion… Continue Reading →

India COVID-19 wave: Seven key questions to health minister

India deserves urgent answers. The health and well-being of its citizens is at stake. Nidhi Razdan, Just as we thought things were getting better, India is reeling from a huge surge in covid cases. This time, every peak that was… Continue Reading →

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