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Day April 17, 2021

Former IPS Amitabh Kumar Das returns police medal to defend the Khuda Baksh public library

Das decried the government’s decision to destroy part of the iconic library for construction of a flyover nearby. Patna : In a bid to decry Bihar government’s plan to demolish a large part of the historic Khuda Baksh Oriental public… Continue Reading →

Demands to take urgent measures for food and social security in view of lockdown in Chhattisgarh

In the current scenario of the second wave of corona epidemic, government in Chhattisgarh state has imposed a lockdown in most of the districts of the state. The poor suffered the most in the lockdown imposed last year. Last year,… Continue Reading →

I’m Dalit. This is How My Caste Impacts My Mental Health

POSTED ON APRIL 17, 2021 My Scheduled Caste identity has been like a placard hanging around my neck, making me an easy target for ridicule and even hatred among upper-caste friends and colleagues. By Agnee Ghosh “Why didn’t you tell… Continue Reading →

‘Difficult to Predict how Many Waves of Covid-19 India will Have’—Vaccine Specialist Sanjay Rai

Multiplicity of vaccine brands will certainly lead to commercialisation of vaccines, the top scientist warns. byAjaz AshrafApril 17, 2021 Few had expected the second wave of the Coronavirus disease, or Covid-19, to sweep across India. As cities are placed under curfew… Continue Reading →

Chamoli in the Grip of Fear, Trauma and Sleeplessness

Two Months After Floods 16/04/2021 Seema Sharma Raini village, Chamoli, Uttarakhand: It has been over two months since the flash floods in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, on February 7. The flood was triggered by a massive rockslide just below Ronti peak,… Continue Reading →

How marginalised communities gave folk expression to ‘lost’ inheritance in eastern UP

By Vidya Bhushan Rawat Fourteen years ago, when noted Hindi author and historian Subhash Chandra Kushwaha took the initiative to create a space for folk artistes against the culture of indecency and vulgarity in the name of folk culture, particularly… Continue Reading →

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