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Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan: Muslims for Composite Indian Nationalism

Ram Puniyani As per the recent communiqué from Chief Minister of Haryana M.L. Khattar’s, the Government of Haryana has decided to change the name of Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan Hospital in Faridabad to Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hospital. So far we… Continue Reading →

Young J&K Activists Launch People’s United Front to Raise Voice against Administration

The new organisation aims at raising issues that have created problems for the common people and create awareness.Sagrika Kissu 14 Jan 2021 A group of young independent activists from Jammu have come together under the banner of Peoples’ United Front (PUF)… Continue Reading →

Stop Bharat Biotech’s COVAXIN trial in Bhopal – 42 Organizations and 189 citizens demand investigation

Bharat Biotech’s COVAXIN trial at People’s Hospital, Bhopal; initiating an investigation into legal and ethical violations; and providing compensation for trial participants  Civil Society Statement in support of  demands for stopping  Bharat Biotech’s COVAXIN trial at People’s Hospital, Bhopal; initiating an… Continue Reading →

India – Army officer staged Shopian encounter for ₹20L, say police

A police statement on December 27 after the filing of the charge sheet said the investigation revealed the conspiracy was hatched to abduct the victims and stage the encounter. The army captain charged with killing three youths in the July… Continue Reading →

When your Best Friend is your Secret Stalker

A 19-year-old student was inundated with lewd messages and fake Facebook profiles pretending to be her. The most shocking part was the person behind it all by Amira Aleem  ·  Illustrations by Kaylynn Kim  ·  Edited by Farah Mohammed   ·  1.7.21 Editor’s note: Trigger Warning This article contains descriptions… Continue Reading →

India -2020 Report of 10 Worst Victims of apathy: Dalits, Adivasis

How this year saw amplified instances of attacks on historically oppressed & marginalised communities facing both discrimination and violence While the world debates whether 2020 has been the worst year for humankind, bedevilled by the pandemic and insurmountable suffering, some… Continue Reading →

Some European officials use virus as a cover to target Roma People

By MARIA CHENG and TEODORA BARZAKOVA BURGAS, Bulgaria (AP) — In Bulgaria, Roma communities were sprayed with disinfectant from crop dusters this spring as coronavirus cases surged in the country. In Slovakia, their villages were the only ones where the… Continue Reading →

Amartya Sen: ‘World is facing pandemic of authoritarianism’

Economist and Nobel laureate Amartya Sen was awarded the 2020 Peace Prize of the German Book Trade on October 18. The ceremony took place in Frankfurt, Germany without any invited guests due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Sen participated in… Continue Reading →

An Excerpt from the phone call of Stan Swamy from the Prison

Dear Friends,  Greetings from Taloja prison, Mumbai. I hope you are all keeping fine. I want to share with you that I am keeping good health, despite some ailments. A few fellow prisoners are very helpful to me. Considering my age and… Continue Reading →

Love Jihad: Why every interfaith marriage has potential to turn into communal flareup?

By Vidya Bhushan Rawat*A young aspiring Nikita Tomar was murdered by Tauseef, who happened to be stalking her since here college days, as both studied in the same institution in Faridabad, a North Indian town. Nikita, it is reported, had… Continue Reading →

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