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Month October 2021

Death of three women farmers: ‘It was their first time at agri protest site’

The women were sitting on a road divider waiting for an auto rickshaw this morning when a truck ran over them. The women were members of BKU Ugrahan. Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana |Updated: October 29, 2021 9:34:51 am… Continue Reading →

No material to show active participation of accused in the activities of CPI (Maoist), says SC; Restores NIA court order granting bail to Kerala UAPA accused Thwaha Fasal

The frenzy around Aryan Khan’s bail order yesterday invisibilized an important order handed down by the Supreme Court in a UAPA case. Justice AS Oka writing for the bench comprising Justice Ajay Rastogi and himself granted bail to Kerala’s Thwaha… Continue Reading →

TN Minister Sekar Babu Has Annadhanam With Tribal Woman After Her Community ‘Denied Food In Temple’

POSTED ON OCTOBER 30, 2021 The Narikurava people are indigenous community members, who were earlier dependent on hunting, but now they are selling ornaments and beads for a living. Chennai: The Tamil Nadu Minister for Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments… Continue Reading →

Christian Minorities and Indian Democracy

Ram Punyani As sectarian nationalism is becoming more assertive and strong, the religious minorities are being subjected to intimidation and violence on regular basis. As such there is an increase the frequency of this phenomenon during last decade in an… Continue Reading →

Telangana Dalit man dies in Gulf prison after 20-year-long wait for help

Posted On October 29, 2021 Jeddah: A Dalit from Telangana State died after waiting for help for nearly two decades in a prison in an alien land. The Indian officials are working to trace the family to repatriate the body…. Continue Reading →

Tribals protest in Bijapur jungles to seek action on Edesmetta encounter report

The protesters demanded an FIR be registered against security personnel involved in the Edesmetta encounter and ₹1 crore compensation to each tribal who died Updated on Oct 30, 2021 03:16 AM ISTBy Ritesh Mishra, Raipur Around 200 tribals are protesting in the… Continue Reading →

Many unorganised workers’ accounts not Aadhar-linked, e-SHRAM shows, may not be getting subsidies

Of the 5.29 crore informal sector workers registered on e-SHRAM portal so far, the bank accounts of 74.78% aren’t linked to Aadhaar. MOUSHUMI DAS GUPTA 29 October, 2021 = New Delhi: The two-month-old national database of unorganised workers shows there could be… Continue Reading →

NCB under fire: 5 drugs cases in a year, same witness in all

October 30, 2021 Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was on Saturday released from Mumbai’s Arthur Road jail, where he was being held in a drugs-related case initiated by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). The federal agency has… Continue Reading →

Rajasthan -Sleeve-snipping to check examination cheating in invites NCW ire

Cutting Sleeves, Making Women Remove Bra During Exams Is Wrong. Period. Guard cuts woman’s sleeves: Authorities were seen cutting sleeves of women candidates’ outfits for the Rajasthan Administrative Services as a strict measure against cheating. The National Commission of Women… Continue Reading →

Judgment ‘Fit for 5th Century’, Says Goa Govt Challenging Tarun Tejpal’s Acquittal in Rape Case

OCT 29,2021 In a virtual hearing on Wednesday, the Goa government told the Bombay High Court that the trial court’s judgment acquitting journalist Tarun Tejpal in the 2013 rape case, while naming and shaming the victim, was “retrograde” and “fit… Continue Reading →

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