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PUCL Demands Repeal of Anti Farmer Legislations

RESPECT THE DEMOCRATIC RIGHT  OF  PROTEST The People’s Union for Civil Liberties is committed to the defence and promotion of civil liberties in India, irrespective of differences regarding the political and economic institutions that maybe suitable for the country. The… Continue Reading →

International Day Of Persons With Disabilities: Why The Indian Constitution Still Fails At Inclusivity

By Shampa Sengupta -December 3, 2020122  On 27th August 2010, a private member’s Bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha titled “The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2010 (to amend articles 15 and 16).” It was moved by Smt Brinda Karat. There was not much… Continue Reading →

Poem – “Every case is different” says Milord

byRaju Z Mora Why should there be consistency In how the majestic courts decide? It depends on so many factors Including who appears on which side “Every case is different” says Milord Why should decisions be the same? Provide us… Continue Reading →

Our love will defeat your hatred: Bangalore protest against BJP’s ‘Love Jihad’ Bogey

“Love is the essence of the Constitution. These people have not understood the constitution. Until you learn we will keep protesting. “ By :Gauri Lankesh News Desk |December 2, 2020  A protest against the ‘Love Jihad’ happened in Bangalore yesterday… Continue Reading →

Social movements, civil society and eminent citizens express solidarity with farmers movements

IN DEFENCE OF DEMOCRACY AND THE FARMERS’ MOVEMENT 2 December 2020 The widespread farmers agitations against the pro-business and anti-farmer legislations passed undemocratically by the Indian Parliament in September 2020, has been met with a predictable insensitive and muted response… Continue Reading →

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 →

Maharashtra Farmers Organisations Call for Mass Struggle on December 3

*Decision of AIKSCC State Meeting* The AIKSCC Maharashtra state chapter has decided to intensify the ongoing countrywide struggle against the Farm Acts and Electricity Bill of the Central Government throughout Maharashtra on December 3.  The BJP Central Government and Haryana… Continue Reading →

Braving odds, 18 year old authors his first book in Kupwara district’s far off village

Monday, November 30, 2020 By Basharat Rashid*For last few years, the young writers in Kashmir valley have been showing exhilarating passion in publishing their books on different aspects in nook and corner here. Most of the writers have been writing… 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 →

Farmers learn social media skills to counter criticism

Parvesh Sharma Tribune News Service Sangrur, November 30 Farmers are not only fighting against the Central farm laws on the ground, but in the virtual world as well and that too with equal success. They are using social media tools… Continue Reading →

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