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Lok Sabha Elections 2024: How Delisting is Polarising Tribals; Will it Impact Upcoming Polls?

Posted On March 31, 2024 A deep rift has arisen among STs. They are being divided into two camps in the name of tradition, culture, religion and heritage.  Tarique Anwar New Delhi: Delisting, which aims to strip converted tribals of… Continue Reading →

The ethical and legal violations of the Oscar-nominated ‘To Kill a Tiger’

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The Canadian documentary chronicles the fight for justice after a 13-year-old girl was gang-raped in Jharkhand, but its reckless approach violates India’s Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act Anna M M Vetticad Anna M M Vetticad is an award-winning… Continue Reading →

Caste Crimes Continue Against Women

Posted On March 8, 2024 Lucknow Gup on International Women’s Day By MEHRU JAFFER I wonder what the International Women’s Day on March 8 means for the 17-year-old Dalit girl from the historic city of Hathras in Uttar Pradesh (UP)… Continue Reading →

Caste-based discrimination: A call for equality and change

Posted On March 5, 2024 The caste system, the world’s oldest surviving social hierarchy, has left an indelible mark on societies, particularly in Nepal. Stemming from distinctions in professional roles that often lead to the derogation of certain professions, the… Continue Reading →

Digital Capabilities vs. Claims of Incapability by SBI in the unconstitutional, illegitimate, immoral Electoral Bond case

Written By mediavigil on Tuesday, March 05, 2024 | After making claims about robust India’s digital public infrastructure (DPI), comprising distinctive digital identification, a payments system, and a data exchange layer, the submission of State Bank of India (SBI) in… Continue Reading →

Foreign tourist is gang-raped in India as violence against women persists

By Anant GuptaMarch 4, 2024 NEW DELHI — Police in eastern India say they have arrested three men and are pursuing four others in the gang rape of a Brazilian tourist, a case that has drawn cries of fury and… Continue Reading →

Kolkata- German Counsulate hosts first transgender market

Jewellery to painting, salon services to pet care, the stalls sold a range of products and services Sudeshna Banerjee | Published 04.03.24, 06:54 AM Stalls put up by members of the transgender community on the lawns of the German consulate… Continue Reading →

Unveiling the Silence: Why Bahujan Women Matter on International Women’s Week

The Global Ambedkar Scholars Association (GASA) has initiated the Bahujan Women Week, a platform dedicated to honouring and celebrating the pivotal role of Bahujan women in shaping Indian society. Pratikshit Singh Lucknow- Globally, women’s empowerment movements often spotlight the struggles… Continue Reading →

Protection of the Rapist and the Molester in Neoliberal India

Why does there continue to be a disconnect between sexual assault and punishment of the perpetrator in India? We must recognise the potent nexus of political power, caste superiority, and muscle power that shields sexual offenders in our society. RANJANA… Continue Reading →

Rajasthan- Woman Stripped, Tortured Overnight, Branded Witch

Posted On February 29, 2024 The State Women’s Rights Commission took suo motu cognizance of the matter following allegations of delayed police action. Banswara Divisional Commissioner Neeraj K Pavan and Inspector General of Police S. Parimala visited the woman’s home… Continue Reading →

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