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Day June 13, 2021

WANTED: Immediate Justice in the Bhima-Koregaon Conspiracy

by- Cedric Prakash It was the virtual ‘midnight knock’! The irony was that the knock took place in broad daylight, and expectedly in a blatantly unjust, uncivilised and unconstitutional manner. On 6 June 2018, Sudhir Dhawale, Surendra Gadling, Mahesh Raut, Shoma Sen and Rona Wilson were arrested… Continue Reading →

NFIW condemns statement by CM of Assam on population control

National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW) is appalled and strongly condemns the reported ‘advice’ given by the Chief Minister of Assam that, “…the Minority community should adopt decent population control measures to reduce poverty and pressure on land.” NFIW is… Continue Reading →

Aravalli forestland encroachment: Faridabad’s Khori Gaon Basti residents protest demolition #RehabilitateKhori

8 arrested, 100 booked | Water, power supply snapped | Cops use mild lathicharge\ Updated At: Jun 12, 2021 10:25 AM (IST) Tribune News ServiceFaridabad, June 11 Hundreds of residents of Khori Gaon Basti colony staged a march-cum-demonstration in Surajkund today morning… Continue Reading →

The Rape and Murder of A Karbi Girl in Assam’s Nagaon District Throws Spotlight On The Grave Issue of Child Labour

The rape and murder of a Karbi Girl in Assam’s Nagaon District draws our attention to the grave issue of child labour, a broken justice system and the exploitation of indigenous communities by- Europa Doley On 23rd April 2021, a… Continue Reading →

In India’s pandemic, the rich buy luxury cars and the poor lose their homes

By Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg Opinion | Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg Opinion | Last Updated at June 13 2021 07:20 IST Kolkata: Migrants arriving at Howrah station via trains look for local transport to reach their destination, during the ongoing COVID-induced lockdown, in Kolkata… Continue Reading →

How baby Mrutyunjay was born in Malkangiri

By: Jayanti Buruda Illustration- Labani Janga In Adivasi hamlets in a reservoir area of Odisha’s Malkangiri, amid thick forests, high hills, and the state-militant conflict, erratic boat services and broken roads are the only ways to reach sparse health facilities… Continue Reading →

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