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Schooling? 50% Odisha children didn’t get any support during pandemic, says study

Children, despite being less affected by coronavirus, are bearing a disproportionate burden of the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic and it is not just affecting their physical health but also their mental wellbeing. The prolonged school closure and movement restriction… Continue Reading →

Ex-babus on India’s poor rankings: Hard won democratic rights, life, liberty ‘at stake’

The Constitutional Conduct Group (CCD), representing “concerned” former civil servants of the All India and Central services, has alleged that India’s plummetting rank in key global indices “amounts to violation of Constitutional provisions”, regretting, Government of India, instead of expressing… Continue Reading →

Hyderabad: Teacher allegedly forced Dalit girl student to strip

Posted On November 18, 2021 Hyderabad: In a horrifying incident, a Dalit female student studying in St Andrews’ School located in Hyderabad was allegedly forced to strip naked as her teacher suspected the student of cheating in an exam. Although… Continue Reading →

Jai Bhim: The Indian film breaks international hollywood records

Posted On November 18, 2021 (Web Desk) – Critically acclaimed courtroom drama  Jai Bhim , featuring actors Suriya, Lijo Mol Jose and Manikandan in the lead, has overtaken cult classic  The Shawshank Redemption  to claim the number one spot in… Continue Reading →

22-year-old Dalit youth battered to death with sticks in UP

Posted On November 15, 2021 The police in Chandauli, Uttar Pradesh, is on the lookout for a group of persons who allegedly lynched a 22-year-old Dalit youth. UP Dalit youth lynched The prime accused has been arrested (Representative Image).   … Continue Reading →

Who Is Varavara Rao And Why His New Book Is In Controversy

Posted On November 15, 2021 Varavara Rao, a Telugu poet, began writing poems when he was around 17 years old. Six decades on and the 81-year-old poet’s life’s work is now in limbo, as Penguin Random House has reportedly put… Continue Reading →

Alec Baldwin and the neglected trauma of unintentional killing

Jenna RyuUSA TODAY Two weeks ago, Alec Baldwin accidentally killed a young and beloved cinematographer named Halyna Hutchins.  Tragedy struck on the film set of “Rust” Oct. 21 when the actor discharged a prop gun in a shocking incident that resulted in Hutchins’ death and the injury… Continue Reading →

Two journalists booked in Tripura for reporting on anti-Muslim violence

Maktoob Staff Samriddhi K Sakunia and Swarna Jha, two journalists at HW News Network have been booked by Tripura Police while reporting on anti-Muslim violence unleashed by Hindutva groups in the northeast state. “@Jha_Swarnaa and I, the correspondent at @hwnewsnetwork… Continue Reading →

Meet Archana Soreng, A Tribal Climate Warrior From Odisha Who Aims To Bring The Indigenous Wisdom To Climate Actions

Posted On November 12, 2021 New Delhi: According to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), for better management of forests for climate mitigation, it is important to empower indigenous people and enhance local community collective actions. And… Continue Reading →

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 →

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