-Bridge the Gap Bring the Change

Day June 5, 2021

Modi government issuing national health ID stealthily without informed consent

CoWIN app, used to book vaccination slots, has begun to enforce Aadhaar facial/biometric/OTP or demographic verification. These details are then used to create a health ID without informed consent By- Ashlin Mathew : 5 Jun 2021, The government of India… Continue Reading →

No Medical Care, No Awareness Programs: Covid-19 Pandemic Pushed Adivasis Further into Invisibility

In and around tribal areas, the health facilities and covid awareness are just not poor but almost missing. How State failure and paucity of medical facilities have impacted the Adivasis in the wake of coronavirus pandemic. by- Shreya Basak 28-year-old… Continue Reading →

Appeal to NHRC -Two Manipur Journalist and Activist arrested For Social Media Posts on ‘inefficiency of cow dung and cow urine in fighting Covid’.

Its shocking that the fabricated and arbitrary charges have been slapped of the National Security Act (NSA) on Mr. Wangkhemcha Wangthoi @ Kishorechand (journalist) and Mr. Erendro Leichombam (political activist). The Manipur Police detained them for writing social media posts… Continue Reading →

Transgender Rights, Full Pants, e-Shakhas: Hindutva Diaspora is Influencing the Sangh & How

POSTED ON JUNE 5, 2021 A vibrant Hindu diaspora has emerged in various parts of the world. Besides celebrating Indian festivals together, several members of the Hindu diaspora have also formed close-knit cyber communities and influential think-tanks. By BADRI NARAYAN… Continue Reading →

Indian govt’s schizophrenia led to Covid ravages: Amartya Sen

POSTED ON JUNE 5, 2021 Noted economist argues for a ‘big constructive change’ in healthcare and education India’s “confused” government focused on taking credit for its actions rather than working to restrict the spread of Covid-19, resulting in schizophrenia that… Continue Reading →

After years of delay, FIR against DSP for raping Dalit teen in Bihar Team

POSTED ON JUNE 4, 2021 New Delhi: The systematic delay in registering complaints of a Dalit girl against a DSP rank officer has put senior officials of Bihar Police, including former Bihar DGP, in the dock as a 14-year-old Dalit… Continue Reading →

The Tejpal Acquittal: NWMI’s Critique of the Judgement

JUNE 5, 2021 The Network of Women in Media, India (NWMI) is deeply disturbed by the judgement pronounced by a District & Sessions Court at Mapusa, Goa, on May 21, 2021, acquitting journalist Tarun Tejpal, the Editor-in-Chief of Tehelka magazine, who was… Continue Reading →

Pandemic-induced disruption of spatial-social order: Domestic violence, funeral pyres

by- Sudeshna Roy, Bidisha Chattopadhyay*  Covid-19 has led us to question and rethink the distribution, design and function of public space. Though phase-wise opening up of public spaces has happened, and under the second wave of virus surge in India;… Continue Reading →

On World Environment Day singer-composer Kailash Kher launches his latest single ‘Ek Soch Hai Jaagi’

By Asha ChowdaryJune 5, 2020 Kailash Kher, renowned singer and music composer, has launched a special song in collaboration with Welspun that will delight listeners on World Environment Day During the pandemic, when the world as we knew it, came to… Continue Reading →

H S Doreswamy: A Metaphor of a Model Citizen

We must always remember that his simplicity in living was his message as much as his willingness to stand up for fundamental freedoms of all by- Leo Saldanha * In May 2017, H S Doreswamy joined the efforts of the Namma Bengaluru… Continue Reading →

« Older posts

© 2021 Kractivism — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑