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Day July 17, 2021

Wipe Out Sedition From The Penal Book Completely

Colin Gonsalves Two recent decisions of the Supreme Court—first, -issuing notice on a petition asking for Section 124A -(sedition) of the Indian Penal Code to be declared entirely unconstitutional, and the other of quashing the -prosecution of journalist Vinod Dua… Continue Reading →

Bulldozers, cops ‘used’ to demolish 600 plus houses off Delhi, whither rehabilitation?

By Ishita Chatterjee, Neelesh Kumar, Manju Menon, Vimal Bhai*Demolition has continued in Khori village during the first monsoon rains in Delhi. Sitting in the comfort of her office, Garima Mittal, the commissioner of Faridabad Municipality, carried out the demolition drive.On… Continue Reading →

Cartoonist , Designer & Filmmaker Gautam Benegal Passes Away at 55 #RIP

On July 16, Benegal—a filmmaker, writer, cartoonist and artist—died at home of a cardiac arrest. He was 55. National Award-winning writer, cartoonist, animation filmmakers Gautam Benegal has passed away due to a cardiac arrest. He was 56. News of Benegal’s… Continue Reading →

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photojournalist Danish Siddiqui Is Killed In Afghanistan

Reuters said Siddiqui had been embedded as a journalist earlier this week with Afghan Special Forces based out of Kandahar and “had been reporting on fighting between Afghan commandos and Taliban fighters”. Written by Dipankar Ghose , Aranya Shankar | New Delhi |Updated: July… Continue Reading →

Two Years After His Death, Doctor Gets Transferred, Promoted In Uttar Pradesh

Prayagraj, July 17 (TNA) It couldn’t get more bizarre but when you are in Uttar Pradesh, be prepared for any and everything. Yes, for a doctor who passed away long two years back has been transferred by the state government. And… Continue Reading →

Between a Rock and a Hard Place : Lakshadweep Locals set to Fight Tourism Plans

By Seema Sharma / July 16, 2021 Residents and environmentalists want administration to consider ecology, existing climate change impacts before undertaking development in the region Lakshadweep is on the boil these days. The cause of mass resentment are the newly introduced draft laws–the… Continue Reading →

Remembering Surekha Sikri, National Award-winning actor loved across film, theatre and television

Veteran actor Surekha Sikri passed away in Mumbai on Friday (July 16), leaving a void in the Hindi film and television industries. As tributes poured in from all corners celebrating her phenomenal acting and stage presence, Amul too joined in to pay… Continue Reading →

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