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Month July 2021

School toilets in bad shape, UP teachers seek 3-day period leave every month

The association, which was formed around six months ago, already has a presence in 50 of the state’s 75 districts. A newly formed association of women teachers in UP has launched a campaign seeking three-day ‘period leave’ every month, given… Continue Reading →

Karnataka Anti-Cattle Slaughter Law: Months On, Muslims Suffocated By Unemployment, Economic Loss & Fear Of Vigilante Violence

ByRushda Fathima Khan Days ahead of Eid ul Adha (Bakrid) in Bengaluru, six cattle were seized from the city’s DJ Halli area, a Muslim-majority locality. A case was filed under the newly introduced Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Ordinance… Continue Reading →

‘Inhuman not to acknowledge manual scavenging deaths in India, toll 26 so far this year’

Bezwada Wilson said that instead of revealing data on the manual scavenging deaths, the government was trying to bypass the question NEW DELHI: Bezwada Wilson, who heads the Safai Karamchari Andolan, an NGO working to eliminate manual scavenging, told TOI on Friday… Continue Reading →

How women are building mangrove classrooms on India’s border

         By Vasanthi Hariprakash In 2012, two women and a sewing machine made a 100-km journey from Kolkata to Hingalganj, an island in the Sundarbans in the lower Ganges delta, 5 km from the Bangladesh border. Today,… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case – How 5 Reliance Workers Fighting For A Better Deal Found Themselves In Jail On Terrorism Charges

JYOTI PUNWANI 29 Jul 2021  For 15 years, these Mumbai contract workers struggled to be treated on par with regular workers and went from success to success, despite arrests and dismissals. Then the State used a law meant to be used… Continue Reading →

From colonial era to today’s India- Criminalising Dissent: Consequences of UAPA

July 2021 By- Sania Muzamil Earlier this month NAPM organised ‘Young People’s Political Persecution and Resistance’, which was co-hosted by Akash Bhattacharya and Siraj Datta. Several distinguished and well known activists including students put their strong opinions forward about how… Continue Reading →

Gujarat govt gender insensitive? Cyclone package for fisherfolk ‘ignores’ poor women

A memorandum submitted to the Gujarat government by various fisherfolk associations of the Saurashtra region of Gujarat under the leadership of Ahmedabad NGO Centre for Social Justice’s senior activist Arvind Khuman, who is based in Amreli, has suggested that the… Continue Reading →

Tamil Nadu- 9-ft ‘untouchability wall’ pops up near Scheduled Caste colonies

By Express News Service TIRUCHY: The construction of an ‘untouchability wall’ separating Scheduled Caste residential colonies and farms at Kal Kandarkottai near Tiruchy has triggered a row, and functionaries of the CPM staged a protest on Tuesday, condemning caste Hindus. The nine-foot wall,… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case : Bombay HC calls for Hany Babu’s medical report

The Delhi University professor’s counsel informed the Bombay High Court that he has ‘largely recovered’ from his eye infection. The court was informed by Babu’s advocate that after receiving treatment for two months his condition has improved and did not… Continue Reading →

Invisibilization of Feminist aspirations and gender activism in Conflict areas.

by- Sania Muzamil After the second World War ended, and an apparently peaceful era began, a dismissal of the unsolved issues with respect to nationality and citizenship became an overarching practice. Conflict zones all over the world began to be… Continue Reading →

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