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Farmers’ Daughter” Bilkis Bano, Shaheen Bagh’s Dadi, Stopped From Joining Protest

The octogenarian emerged as the face of anti-CAA protests last year Bilkis Bano, fondly known as Bilkis Dadi of Shaheen Bagh, was stopped by the Delhi police on Tuesday at the Singhu border where she wanted to join thousands of… Continue Reading →

Farmer Protests Gain International Support, Trudeau Calls Situation “Concerning”

Canada and UK tweets  Farmers protesting in India against the new farm laws have garnered international support, with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau becoming the first country head to speak out on the issue. While addressing an online event on… Continue Reading →

Protesting Farmers upset over media misrepresentation, accusations; confront “godi media”

30 November 2020 Prabhjit Singh Protesters carry placards in light of misrepresentation of the farmers’ protest by the media at the Kundli border on 28 November. Several farmers present at the spot were telling off TV reporters who they deemed… Continue Reading →

Sheetal Amte, social worker and granddaughter of Baba Amte, Dies By Suicide

Pune/ Chandrapur, November 30, 2020: In a heartbreaking incident, Dr Sheetal Amte, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the leprosy services committee, died by suicide today in Chandrapur. Sources have revealed that she injected poison to end her life at her… Continue Reading →

We are not going anywhere: Farmers at Singhu border ready for long haul

Potestors united and clear on demand: Repeal of 3 ‘black’ agricultural laws and ammendment to Essential Commodities Act By Shagun Kapil Published: Sunday 29 November 2020 It is an unprecedented gathering at Singhu border gate in Delhi. Lakhs of farmers from Punjab and Haryana… Continue Reading →

What is Land Inequality and how does it threaten women

Land inequality is directly threatening 1.4 billion of the world’s poorest people, especially women.    By Rosie Frost : 27/11/2020  Land inequality is directly threatening 1.4 billion of the world’s poorest people, according to a recent report. New calculations have discovered that disparities… Continue Reading →

Kisan march pictures may not show you women farmers, but don’t forget to count their protest

The farmers’ protests in Haryana and Punjab aren’t only limited to men. They are walking for the women guarding the field at home too. JYOTI YADAV 28 November, 2020 A picture from this week’s farmers’ protest or Kisan Dilli Kooch has gone… Continue Reading →

Farmer Unions write to PM protesing treatment of farmers marching to Delhi

November 27th 2020 Shri Narendra Modi,Prime Minister of India. Dear Shri Narendra Modi ji, As you are aware, determined and resolute farmers are marching towards Delhi in lakhs from different states of India, including Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Madhya… Continue Reading →

Constitution Day Protest- New Govt of India policy seeks to ‘centralise, commercialise, communalise’ education

The civil rights network, All India Forum for Right to Education (AIFRTE), observe Constitution Day on November 26 as Reclaiming Social Justice Day, has decided to hold a large number of programmes to oppose the “dilution of Constitutional framework of… Continue Reading →

Breach at Kudankulam nuclear plant may have gone undetected for over six months: Group-IB

Nuclear Power Corporation of India had initially denied the cybersecurity breach that happened last year. It later acknowledged that malware had indeed spread in the IT network at Kudankulam. Nirmal John November 26, 2020, 08:00 IST New Delhi: The cybersecurity breach at… Continue Reading →

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