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The Seditious Half-Life of Facts

The indiscriminate use of draconian laws also denies citizens their rights, perhaps more blatantly, and also has a chilling effects on citizens.Subhash Gatade 12 Nov 2021 After recent developments in BJP-ruled Tripura, many concerned citizens and organisations have said that the… Continue Reading →

Tarun Tejpal Judgement: Reflection on judicial decisions in sexual assault cases against women

The controversial Tarun Tejpal case has become the most sensational case of alleged rape and sexual assault at the workplace. The 527-page long judgment has raised concerns over the tonality and reasonings penned down by the learned sessions court judge…. Continue Reading →

Not Just a ‘Survey’: Karnataka Govt Gets Intelligence Wing to Spy on Churches

In an order dated 18 October, State Intelligence Department has asked police officials to gather intel on churches.Nikhila HenryPublished: 23 Oct 2021, 10:07 AM IST i Even before tabling an ‘anti-conversion’ bill in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly, the state’s Bharatiya Janata… Continue Reading →

Shabana Azmi joins Pak physicist Hoodbhoy to condemn Bangladesh anti-minority violence

Several well-known South Asian activists and public figures of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Maldives have expressed “deep distress” by the spate of violence and killings in Bangladesh on the occasion of Durga Puja and Vijayadashami. “Attacks on minorities are… Continue Reading →

Advancing Environmental Awareness in Palestine

Someone once said that nature is a powerful teacher. If only people realized how rich these words are. Here, at Palestine Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability-Bethlehem University, we believe that we need to nurture more love of nature in our… Continue Reading →

International Day of the Girl Child 2021: ‘Digital Generation. Our Generation’

Through observing this day, an attempt is made to talk about and eradicate the issues concerning adolescent girl children. (Representational image: Shutterstock) International Day of the Girl Child 2021 will observe the theme of Every year, October 11 is observed… Continue Reading →

VHP threatens to Demolish Churches in Madhya Pradesh

BISHOP APPEALS TO THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA The onslaught on citizens of minority faith continues in Madhya Pradesh. Individuals claiming to be members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) say they are preparing to demolish churches in the Jhabua district… Continue Reading →

Hindutva Is Not Hindu Religion #SundayReading

Dismantling Global Hindutva, a series of virtual conferences, seeks to analyze and educate the public as to how Hindutva is destroying India, undermining India’s secular and democratic traditions and threatening to stifle academic freedom in India. Dismantling Global Hindutva, a… Continue Reading →

Catholic women condemn term “Narcotic Jihad” by Kerala Bishop

A Statement by Concerned Catholic Women of India The statement bemoans that a Kerala bishop used unfortunately “Narcotic Jihad,” a term coined without foreseeing its dreadful consequences for various communities in the country We are living in trying times in… Continue Reading →

The Right Pen Collective to Launch Australia’s first Muslim Writers Festival

The Right Pen Collective will present the inaugural Australian Muslim Writers Festival towards the end of September featuring renowned writer and journalist Waleed Aly and author and academic Dr Randa Abdel-Fattah. Taking place online from Saturday 25 September to Saturday… Continue Reading →

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