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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 →

No It Is Not Anant Kumar Hegde’s Mann Ki Baat It is BJP’s Dil ki Baat, Goodbye Constitution, Enter ManuCracy !

by Subhash Gatade13/03/2024 How BJP dreams to Usher In Hindu Rashtra Democratically ? Anantkumar Hegde, BJP MP from Uttari Karnataka, is again in the news. Close on the heels of his controversial statement about demolition of a mosque and his… 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 →

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 →

50,000 Dalits in Gujarat to Embrace Buddhism on Ambedkar Jayanti in One of the Largest Conversion Ceremonies Ever Seen

Posted On February 6, 2024 On April 14, a momentous mass conversion ceremony is set to take place in Gujarat’s capital Gandhinagar, wherein approximately 50,000 Dalits from various cities and towns will formally adopt Buddhism and renounce Hinduism. The event,… Continue Reading →

Dalit Teacher’s Protest against alleged casteism at Delhi University

Posted On February 3, 2024 The Delhi Police positioned themselves like a wall between the two sides, and their chanting, “Jai Shri Ram vs. Jai Bhim,” filled the air. An increasing demonstration in a Delhi corner has mainly gone unreported… Continue Reading →

Bihar: How Muasahar Women Rewriting History With Small But Steady Efforts

Posted On February 2, 2024 Door to acceptance is opening for thousands who have long lived on the fringes of society. Tarique Anwar Patna— Prerna is not a profit-oriented institute. Founded by Padma Shri Sudha Verghese, who has devoted herself… Continue Reading →

Tamil Nadu: The continuing relevance of Immanuel Sekaran

Posted On September 21, 2023 Last week, the DMK marked the death anniversary of Sekaran, who was murdered in 1957. His death continues to reverberate in contemporary Tamil Nadu, illustrating the divisions between the backward Thevar community and Dalits in… Continue Reading →

PUDR welcomes the release of Vernon Gonsalves and Arun Ferreira on bail, but protests onerous bail conditions

By Peoples Union for Democratic Rights People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) welcomes the Supreme Court order granting bail on merits and release of Vernon Gonsalves and Arun Ferreira, two of the accused in the infamous Bhima Koregaon case under… Continue Reading →

Udhayanidhi’s ‘Eradicate Sanatan Dharma’ Call is What Periyar, Ambedkar Sought

Ram Puniyani  Hinduism is not a prophet-based religion, neither does it have a single book, nor is the word Hindu part of holy scriptures. This gives enough leeway to different interpreters and reformers to attribute diverse meanings to what Hindu… Continue Reading →

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