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Victims, Experts Highlight Prime Minister Modi’s Human Rights Record at Washington Press Conference

Washington, D.C. (June 21, 2023) – At a Press Conference hosted today at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., victims of Indian government persecution and human rights experts called on the Biden administration to hold Indian Prime Minister Narendra… Continue Reading →

Debunking myths, misinformation: Truth about Rohingya Refugees in Jammu

Fazal Abdali June 20th marks World Refugee Day, a crucial event that seeks to bring attention and solidarity to the millions of refugees worldwide. This poignant reminder underscores the challenges that displaced individuals face and emphasises the pressing need for… Continue Reading →

Modi Visit Protests and other Actions in D.C. and New York

Access information on Events, Protests, Rallys, Teach-ins and more June 21st Morning – RALLY AT THE UNITED NATIONS Show Modi that NYC does not stand with him and Hindutva JUNE 21st Evening NYC FUNDRAISER a gathering that highlights the growing… Continue Reading →

Textbook changes made by NCERT part of ‘symbolic genocide of Muslims’, says historian Tanika Sarkar

Former JNU professor of history explains the reasons for this new writing of history Subhoranjan Dasgupta Published 19.06.23, 05:36 AM Representational image. File picture The NCERT, a government body that prepares school textbooks, has made controversial changes to the Class… Continue Reading →

Being Forced to Leave Homes, Claim Dalits in UP District

Posted On June 12, 2023 Four Dalit families have pasted handwritten posters outside their houses in Devrala village of Bulandshahr district claiming that they are being forced to leave the village because of “harassment” by a BJP head of Araniya… Continue Reading →

International referee speaks: ‘I saw Brij Bhushan standing next to her, she freed herself… something wrong happened to her’

Posted On June 9, 2023 Jagbir Singh on incident mentioned in FIR when WFI chief ‘touched’ wrestler’s buttocks Written by Nihal Koshie Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, Brij Bhushan sexual harassment, Brij Bhushan police complaint, women wrestlers, BJP MP, Wrestling Federation… Continue Reading →

’Amar bari, tomar bari, Naxalbari- on 56th Anniversary today

by Harsh Thakor — 25/05/2023 Today we commemorate the 56th anniversary of the heroic uprising of ‘Naxalbari’. Inspite of neo-fascism brimming at an unprecedented height Naxalbari s not dead and buried. Influence on Social Change and Movements Naxalbari was a… Continue Reading →

Nepal- People don’t give up caste hatred even when they move from villages to more urban areas

Cultural revolution needed Post Illustration Mitra Pariyar May 19, 2023 01:20 The plane landed in the southwestern town of Nepalgunj, and as I disembarked, I was hit by a blast of mid-May heat. Driving north for half an hour past… Continue Reading →

How much do you know Dakshayani, a Dalit woman member of the Constituent Assembly?

Posted On April 23, 2023 A few days ago, we had introduced you to such a personality related to the making of the constitution, whom the father of the constitution, ‘Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’ used to describe better than himself. And… Continue Reading →

India’s digital divide: From bad to worse?

February 16, 2023 Oxfam’s India Inequality report 2022 reveals the extent of the digital divide in the country and how it impacts access to education, healthcare, and financial service for marginalised communities. The India Inequality Report 2022: Digital Divide by Oxfam sheds some light… Continue Reading →

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