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Day September 1, 2021

‘Hindustani Islam’ is different: Naseeruddin Shah

NEW DELHI: Drawing a distinction between “Hindustani Islam” and the practice of the faith in other parts of the world, actor Naseeruddin Shah on Tuesday condemned sections in the Indian Muslim community who are “celebrating the Taliban’s return to power”. In a video… Continue Reading →

Government Must Do More to End Caste-Based Sexual Violence, Say Dalit Women’s Rights Activists

Aug 31, 2021, 08:46 ET NEW DELHI, Aug. 31, 2021 — Dalit women’s rights activists in the National Council of Women Leaders (NCWL) are voicing serious concerns about how India is failing to meet its legal and moral obligations to protect Dalit women and girls from sexual… Continue Reading →

Uttar Pradesh – Thakur BJP leader accused of breaking Dalit reporter’s legs, attacking his family

POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 1, 2021 SUNIL KASHYAP Bharatiya Janata Party leader Yadavendra Pratap Singh has been accused of harassing and brutally assaulting Dalit reporter Santosh Kumar, breaking his legs and threatening the journalist and his family with murder. Santosh works… Continue Reading →

Nizar Banat’s death highlights brutality of Palestinian Authority

Bethan McKernan Nizar Banat knew he was going to die. As he grew bolder calling out corrupt members of Fatah, the party which controls the Palestinian Authority, the death threats mounted. In May, his home near Hebron was attacked by… Continue Reading →

Abortion Law Completes 50 Years, Malayalam Cinema Shines A Light On Women’s Right To Choose

ANNA MM VETTICAD 30 Aug 2021  The discussion on abortion, contraception and women’s bodily autonomy in two new Malayalam films has generated widespread debate in Kerala, drawing attention to the continuing battles against patriarchy in the same Malayali society from which… Continue Reading →

Punjab Women Collective announces launch of Women’s Manifesto

Sep 1, Ludhiana Punjab Women Collective announce to release Women manifesto by end of year , as State elections were due February 2022. at a meeting held yesterday at Amar Kaur Memorial Hall, Ludhiana. The meeting was chaired by Bibi… Continue Reading →

Women’s Mental Load- Exacerbation during the Covid-19 pandemic

A Year gone by: by Sania Muzamil It has been a year and a half since India abruptly shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The subsequent lockdown has been a testing experience for everyone. The world came to a… Continue Reading →

Citizens raise voice- say ‘No’ to waste energy plant in Gurugram

Residents, environmentalists, social workers raised their voice in public hearing for WtE plant in Bhandwari, Gurugram 31st August, 2021; Gurugram- The government’s plan to set up a waste-to-energy (WTE) incinerator plant at the city’s Bandhwari landfill has brought into debate the effectiveness… Continue Reading →

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