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Day June 7, 2021

COVID-19 vaccine: After doses, states struggle to get syringes

By Vivek Mishra Published: Monday 07 June 2021 India is vaccinating its 900 million adults against the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at a snail’s pace even as fears of a third wave loom. The shortage of syringes is the lastest hurdle… Continue Reading →

NAPM condemns Chhattisgarh government’s attempt to stifle civil society investigation into Silger firing

June 7, 2021: National Alliance of People’s Movement demands an immediate end to the Chhattisgarh government’s efforts to restrict movement of civil society groups investigating the killing of four Adivasis by security forces in Silger village, Sukma district of Chhattisgarh. A… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case : Marking three years since the first arrest

Recalling the first set of arrests made in the questionable Bhima Koregaon violence case almost exactly three years ago, NIHALSING B. RATHOD, in this first of a three-part series, recollects the personal horrors of trying to track Surendra Gadling in the… Continue Reading →

Pakistan -Peasants Rise Up : The oppression of small milk farmers

 A woman dairy farmer from Punjab, the biggest agricultural land area in Pakistan, is seen milking her family’s cow. A vast majority of work in the fields and in agriculture is carried out by women. In Punjab alone, 93% of… Continue Reading →

Bengaluru: Caste-based Covid Vaccination Drives, Case Filed Against DCM Ashwath Narayan

Earlier, BJP MP Tejaswi Surya and BJP MLA S. Raghu were also accused of diverting vaccines to private hospitals and vaccine drives for BJP Party members and their families. Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister (DCM) Dr. CN Ashwath Narayan had organized… Continue Reading →

Dushyant Dave: Vaccine Policy Unconstitutional, Breaches Fundamental Rights, SC Should Strike Down”

In a 25-minute interview to Karan Thapar for The Wire, Dushyant Dave, a former President of the Supreme Court Bar Association, said “everyone has a right to be vaccinated for free” and then, more questionably, added “and it must be… Continue Reading →

How A Dubious Crowdfund Was Started in A 9-Yr-Old Climate Activist’s Name

A crowdfunding appeal by Licypriya seeking Rs 1 crore to buy 100 oxygen concentrators has come under scrutiny. by- Chitra Ahenthem Nine-year-old climate change activist Licypriya Kangujam’s crowdfunding appeal on Ketto seeking Rs 1 crore to buy 100 oxygen concentrators… Continue Reading →

Pre-Monsoon Rains Expose Threats to NTPC Barrage in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli

Villagers, labourers live in fear, as they recall death of over 80 persons and more than 120 who went missing in the flash flood disaster that hit Chamoli in February this year. Seema Sharma The affected region of Joshimath in… Continue Reading →

The ABC of Oppression, Privilege and Unlearning: An attempt to simplify social justice for the masses

by Vaidehi Gautam* We coexist within a complex web of identities and orders, where each practice and concept have its own complicated history according to which a society tends to function. With advancement in the human intellect and an evolving… Continue Reading →

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