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Hindu Mahasabha opens Godse library: ‘Will show that he was true nationalist’

Previously, a temple dedicated to Godse was set up by the Mahasabha at their Gwalior office. It was removed following an uproar by the Congress. e | Bhopal | Updated: January 11, 2021 1:27:31 pm Gwalior was chosen as the site… Continue Reading →

Why farmers call Govt of India anti-pollution law on Delhi an ‘act of vengeance’

By Dr Gurinder Kaur* Delhi – this year as every other year – is engulfed into smog with the onset of winter and the Delhi government as usually immediately started blaming other states for air pollution in Delhi. The Central… Continue Reading →

India is under siege from a few driving a majoritarian agenda

Name-calling, intimidation and ham-fisted use of state repression—India is under siege from a few driving a majoritarian agenda. Progress will come only when citizens from dominant groups recognise the equal rights of all minorities and then force change from within…. Continue Reading →

SC asks govt. to repeal law which confiscates cattle before owner is found guilty of cruelty

Krishnadas Rajagopal ‘Your Rules are plainly contrary to Section 29 of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, under which only a person convicted of cruelty can lose his animal,’ says CJI Sharad A. Bobde The Supreme Court on Monday asked… Continue Reading →

Women Rise in Anger at Farm Law Protests Breaking Patriarchy and Stereotypes

. One of the fascinating fallouts of the protests by farmers at the border of Delhi has been the emergence of women in the forefront taking charge. Women have also been active in protests against the farm bills in Punjab,… Continue Reading →

Riots ‘expanded’ to new rural areas post-2002 Gujarat carnage: Report

By Rajiv Shah  Buniyaad, a Gujarat-based civil society organization, engaged in monitoring of communal violence in the state, in a new report, “Peaceful Gujarat: An Illusion or Truth?” has said that a “new trend” has come about in communal violence… Continue Reading →

Politics of ‘hate, division, bigotry’: 104 ex- IAS officers ask UP CM to withdraw love jihad law

In an open letter, as many as 104 former civil servants have asked Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath to withdraw the ordinance on interfaith marriage, insisting, “The anti-conversion ordinance of your state is being used as a stick to… Continue Reading →

Do You Know These Six Braveheart Women In Sikh History

by- Simran Dhawan Women are the backbone of any society, culture, tradition and religion and Sikh history places women at par with the men. This equal position of women is evident in words of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first Sikh… Continue Reading →

UP Muslim teen meets Dalit girl for ‘pizza outing’, lands in jail under anti-conversion law

POSTED ON DECEMBER 25, 2020 Teen accused of trying to elope with the minor girl and convert her to Islam. But the girl’s father — the complainant — claims he never made any such allegation. ANANYA BHARDWAJ Bijnor: Sonu alias… Continue Reading →

Merry Xmas Father Stan Swamy

By- VidyaBhushan Rawat None would ever have imagined that an octogenarian Stan Swamy would face such a harsh treatment for his committed work for the Adivasis of Jharkhand. When the governments of the world over honor activists who work in… Continue Reading →

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