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United Nations Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide welcomes the adoption by the General Assembly of an International Day for Countering Hate Speech

The United Nations Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, Alice Wairimu Nderitu, welcomed the adoption by the General Assembly on 21 July of resolution A/75/L.115 on “Promoting interreligious and intercultural dialogue and tolerance in countering hate speech”. The resolution… Continue Reading →

BJP’s religious math’s appeasing Lord Shiva

Despite fears of a third wave, the Uttar Pradesh government seems reluctant to cancel the Kanwar Yatra in the state. The ruling party BJP does not want to hurt the sentiments of Hindus due to the people’s attachment to religious… Continue Reading →

‘Bitter struggle’ of Dang tribals working as sugarcane cutters

Friday, July 23, 2021 By Debarun Dutta Nearly two lakh tribal workers migrate every year from districts of Dang and Tapi in Gujarat and Nandurbar and Dhule in Maharashtra to harvest sugarcane in farms of South Gujarat. The workers are… Continue Reading →

Singer Mangli targeted by Hindutva activists for song, Dalit-Bahujans extend support

POSTED ON JULY 23, 2021 The ‘Bonalu’ song is dedicated to Maisamma, a village deity who doesn’t come under the Brahmininical fold. By Balakrishna Ganeshan Singer Mangli, who has sung popular numbers like ‘Saranga Dariya’ from Love Story and ‘Ramuloo… Continue Reading →

Newsroom gender gap: Men get over 80% of TV panel slots, 75% of bylines

A report by Newslaundry in partnership with UN Women and Hyatt finds that men still dominate newsrooms across print, digital and broadcast media. BySidharth Singh Jul, 2021 Conversations have been initiated across the world about gender equality, but the Indian… Continue Reading →

Yogi government spent Rs 160 crore on TV ads in one year, Network18 hit the jackpot

The figures, disclosed under the RTI Act, show that Network18 was the biggest beneficiary of the UP government’s deep pockets in 2020-21. ByAyush Tiwari& Basant Kumar21 Jul, 2021Kartik Kakar The Uttar Pradesh government spent a staggering Rs 160.31 crore on… Continue Reading →

Airports Authority of India (AAI) find Adani in violation of branding, logo pacts; Group begins making changes

    By Deepak Patel New Delhi, Jul 21 (PTI) Three committees of the Centre-run Airports Authority of India (AAI) in January found the Adani group to be in violation of branding norms, prescribed in the concession agreements, at the airports in… Continue Reading →

What is Pegasus spyware and how does it hack phones?

David Pegg It is the name for perhaps the most powerful piece of spyware ever developed – certainly by a private company. Once it has wormed its way on to your phone, without you noticing, it can turn it into… Continue Reading →

People Bashing Cricketer Shivam Dube For Marrying Muslim Girl Is Exactly What’s Wrong With Society

Prakash Rai   Indian all-rounder Shivam Dube married the love of his life Anjum Khan in a private ceremony on Friday. While many congratulated the all-rounder on entering a new phase in life, there was no shortage of people spewing hatred and questioning… Continue Reading →

“The one who stood in the eye of the storm”: Jamia Millia Islamia’s statement on the death of Danish Siddiqui

The Caravan On 16 June, Danish Siddiqui, a Pulitzer-winning photographer, was killed while on assignment in Afghanistan. Siddiqui was the chief photographer for Reuters at the time. He was a prolific photojournalist whose images spoke to defining moments in Indian… Continue Reading →

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