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Twin shockers in MP: Mentally unstable man thrashed; Dalit groom stopped from entering temple

POSTED ON JULY 18, 2021 By Anuraag Singh BHOPAL: Two shocking incidents happened in Madhya Pradesh on Friday night. While a Dalit groom and his kin were stopped from entering a Hanuman temple in the Manpur area of Indore district,… Continue Reading →

On Pegasus phone tapping news- ‘Who is spying in the government’

In India, on July 18, there were reports on social media that an important report related to the use of spyware software Pegasus is about to be published. These reports gained strength when Subramanian Swamy tweeted about it and wrote that… Continue Reading →

Statement against the UP Government Population Control Bill

July 14, 2021- The All India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) expresses grave concern over the Draft Uttar Pradesh Population Control, Stabilisation and Welfare Bill, 2021 which forms part of its Population Policy 2021-2030.  The Draft was made public on 11… Continue Reading →

Prayer and Love for Fr. Stan Swamy

By – Europa Doley and Sania Muzamil “But we’ll still sing in Chorus  A Caged Bird still can sing”  On 8th October 2020, Father Stan Swamy, a Tribal Rights activist and a Jesuit priest from Jamshedpur, was arrested by the… Continue Reading →

We Will Not Bow Down, Will Fight Back”- Muslim Women Targeted and ‘Sold’ on a GitHub App

‘Suli deal of the day’ -Cyber crime by- KIVLEEN SAHNI  An anonymous troll shared a link with Kriti (name changed) and when she opened the link her image popped up along with a text above, “Here’s Your Deal Of The… Continue Reading →

Dalit and Muslim Indian Women Leading Change in South Sudan

Rama Hansraj by Mariya Salim NEW DELHI, India, Jul 2 2021 (IPS) – Two Indian women, one Muslim and the other Dalit (former untouchables), separated by culture and geography, have found common ground in leading change in conflict-torn South Sudan. Rama… Continue Reading →

Hindutva groups take ‘Hindu Bank’ to Kerala; many call it polarisation tactic

Even as the cry for ‘Nidhi banks’ exclusively meant for Hindus grows louder in Kerala, experts say these are companies and not banks under the Nidhi Rules of 2014 and cannot be compared to Islamic banking on technical grounds Shahina… Continue Reading →

Action Alert – Affirmation of Feminist Principles- Sign-on Statement

JUNE 30, 2021 Women, feminist, LGBTIQ+, and trans-led organizations are coming together to reaffirm what we believe are core feminist principles and to amplify the positions that many feminists have historically taken in relation to understanding gender, sex, and sexuality. The affirmation… Continue Reading →

Mental health fears over Hungarian anti-LGBTQI laws

New legislation bans the portrayal of homosexuality to under-18s, sparking backlash from human rights and mental health experts. Ed Holt reports. Legislation that was passed on June 15 in Hungary banning the portrayal or promotion of homosexuality or sex reassignment… Continue Reading →

The Pandemic, Welfare States And The Need For ‘Food For All’

Title: The Pandemic, Welfare States And The by : Isheeta Sharma & Europa Doley The Right to Food campaign which began in 2014 is an informal network of people and organisations coming together to achieve the goal of the right… Continue Reading →

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