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Day June 12, 2021

Why we need a gender-sensitive pandemic management

Mitigatory measures need to recognize the fact that infected women and women caregivers get a differential treatment in villages due to discriminatory and insensitive perspectives Poonam Kathuria, Karen Pinerio, Krishna Keshwani and Neha Chavda Jun 07, 2021 Patan and Surendranagar, Gujarat The second wave… Continue Reading →

UP: Former dalit village head, five others ‘stripped’, beaten over poll rivalry

POSTED ON JUNE 12, 2021 JHANSI: A former village head, a former block development council (BDC) member and four other people, all belonging to the dalit community, were allegedly stripped and beaten in UP’s Mahoba district on Tuesday evening over… Continue Reading →

Dr. Siddalingaiah was a man of fiery poetry and wry humour

POSTED ON JUNE 12, 2021 Noted poet Dr. Siddalingaiah, who passed away on Friday, was in the 1970s known for his fiery poetry that inspired a generation of not just Dalit activists, but also all those speaking up against the… Continue Reading →

Farmers’ demonstration on the borders of Delhi on June 13

12-06-2021 The Indian Kisan Union will hold a rally on June 13 demanding the immediate release of intellectuals and democratic rights activists who have been mopped up by the Center for illegal cases. The rally will be organized by the Indian… Continue Reading →

Uttar Pradesh – Mahant named Ram fails to get Aadhaar

Ram Kumar Das, priest of Ram-Janki Virajman Mandir, was allegedly asked by a govt official to get a card in the name of lord Ram to sell wheat he grows on temple land Mahant Ram Kumar Das had all the… Continue Reading →

Child Labour Increases, Pandemic Puts 9 Million Children at Risk

By: Isheeta Sharma For the first time in 20 years the fight against Child Labour has hit a massive roadbump, says a report by International Labour Organization (ILO) and United Nation’s Children’s Fund (UNICEF). 2021 is the United Nations Year… Continue Reading →

Kerala’s Covid numbers ‘realistic’ unlike states like Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh

By IMPRI Team In continuation with the ongoing discussions on the Rural Realities around the country, the Centre for Habitat, Urban and Regional Studies (CHURS), Impact and Policy Research Institute (IMPRI), New Delhi, and International Institute of Migration and Development… Continue Reading →

Why custodial death of Faisal Hussain in Unnao district, UP, stands apart in horror

By KM Yadav, Anil Mishra, Shiv Narayan Sharma, Venkatesh Narayanan*  It is a depressing fact that the National Human Rights Commission of India (NHRC) has to have a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for dealing with after-the-fact custodial deaths and rapes…. Continue Reading →

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