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What is International Women’s Day for Black women ?

Edna Bonhomme Today much of the world marks International Women’s Day. From Afghanistan to Guinea-Bissau and the United States, March 8 is recognised as the day to celebrate the achievements of women’s rights movements. The origins of International Women’s Day… Continue Reading →

Raped 27 yrs ago, woman lodges complaint after son asks father’s name

One Naki Hasan of her locality had entered the house when she was alone and allegedly raped her, Superintendent of Police (City) Sanjay Kumar told PTI on Saturday.PTI, ShahjahanpurPUBLISHED ON MAR 06, 2021 05:20 PM IST Raped on several occasions… Continue Reading →

“Free At Last”: Poet Varavara Rao, 81, Released After Last Month’s Bail

Varavara Rao had been granted bail for six months by the Bombay High Court on February 22 on medical grounds last month. New Delhi:  : NDTVDate: March 7, 2021 Varavara Rao, the 81-year-old poet-activist who has been in jail for over… Continue Reading →

Andhra vs BJP’: Massive Response to AP Statewide Bandh Against Vizag Steel Plant Privatisation

Workers’ unions and Opposition parties are saying that the BJP cannot sustain in Andhra if it doesn’t withdraw its privatisation plans. Prudhviraj Rupavath 05 Mar 2021 Hyderabad: ‘Konadaniki Vadevvadu, Ammadaniki Vadevvadu Vishaka Ukku Andhrula Hakku’ (Who are they to buy, who are they to… Continue Reading →

Andhra Pradesh to Return 2,000 Acres Marked For Kakinada SEZ to Farmers

PTI Amaravati: The Andhra Pradesh government on Thursday issued an order for returning 2,180 acres of land, which was originally sought to be acquired for the Kakinada Special Economic Zone (SEZ) back in 2007, to the farmers following a protracted struggle…. Continue Reading →

‘I will shoot whoever I see’: Myanmar soldiers use TikTok to threaten protesters

By Reuters Staff SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Armed Myanmar soldiers and police are using TikTok to deliver death threats to protesters against last month’s coup, researchers said, leading the Chinese video-sharing app to announce it was removing content that incites violence. Digital… Continue Reading →

Women protesters including 2- year -old on their way to Gurdwara Rakabganj refuse to remove ‘flags’, detained

A two-year-old was also held Updated At: Mar 04, 2021  Representational image Ghazipur, March 3 The Delhi Police picked up a group of 25 women and a two-year-old toddler near Chanakyapuri. The group was travelling from the Singhu border and was… Continue Reading →

Woman falls to death , leaves text saying ‘don’t miss me’, family pulls up in-laws

Prema Rajaram   A 25-year-old woman in Kolkata, Rashika Agarwal, fell to her death at her in-laws’ place in a posh locality last month. Now her family has alleged she was tortured by her husband and others, leading to her death…. Continue Reading →

‘Towards authoritarianism..’: India downgraded from ‘free’ to ‘partly free’ in new Freedom House report

India fell four points in the new freedom report released by the US-based think tank Freedom House. The watchdog has demoted India from “free” to “partly free”. “Indians’ political rights and civil liberties have been eroding since Narendra Modi became prime minister… Continue Reading →

Labour activist Shiv Kumar gets bail in third case; released from Sonepat jail

. Mukesh Tandon Sonepat, March 4 Labour activist Shiv Kumar, an associate of activist Nodeep Kaur, on Thursday got bail in connection with an alleged attempt to murder case which was registered on January 12. After the court’s order, he… Continue Reading →

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