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Day October 23, 2021

Why Killing of Lakhbir Singh Concerns Everybody and Not Just Sikhs

It legitimises the politics of hurt sentiments and normalises violence over the controversial idea of blasphemy.Subhash Gatade 23 Oct 2021 The rather lonely cremation of Lakhbir Singh, a Dalit Sikh from the Tarn Taran district, amidst heavy police security and only… Continue Reading →

Not Just a ‘Survey’: Karnataka Govt Gets Intelligence Wing to Spy on Churches

In an order dated 18 October, State Intelligence Department has asked police officials to gather intel on churches.Nikhila HenryPublished: 23 Oct 2021, 10:07 AM IST i Even before tabling an ‘anti-conversion’ bill in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly, the state’s Bharatiya Janata… Continue Reading →

Billion Vaccine Doses: Devil is in the Details

The media celebration is premature and misconceived. Just about 30% of India’s population is fully vaccinated, and a substantial number are paying for these jabs. Ujjwal K Chowdhury 22 Oct 2021 India crossed the one billion (100 crore) COVID-19 vaccinations… Continue Reading →

16 yrs on, accessing info under RTI Act not yet hassle-free

Saturday, 23 October 2021 | SASHIPRAVA BINDHANI A global movement is working towards ending corruption by promoting transparency, accountability and integrity in public offices. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030 aims to build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at… Continue Reading →

Punjab’s Dalits are shifting state politics, flocking churches, singing Chamar pride

Posted On October 17, 2021 In this ground report, ThePrint travels across 7 districts of Punjab to highlight the fault lines, and focus on a revolution that is now starting to be recognised. SHUBHANGI MISRA and URJITA BHARDWAJ Jhaloor (Sangrur):… Continue Reading →

Karnataka – Intern files sexual harassment case against advocate

Mangaluru Police Commissioner N. Shashikumar said that a student from a law college in the city has filed a case of sexual harassment and the accused will be taken into custody and investigation will be conducted. By NewsdPublished on :Tue… Continue Reading →

Shabana Azmi joins Pak physicist Hoodbhoy to condemn Bangladesh anti-minority violence

Several well-known South Asian activists and public figures of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Maldives have expressed “deep distress” by the spate of violence and killings in Bangladesh on the occasion of Durga Puja and Vijayadashami. “Attacks on minorities are… Continue Reading →

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