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#RIP- Vidya Munshi, First Working Women Journalist, relentless activist, and Veteran Communist leader

PIC: Subhendu Chaki, telegraph   Veteran Communist leader, scholar and writer, Vidya Munshi, passed away on Monday in Kolkata. She was 94. Arguably the first  working woman journalist of t he country, Ms. Munshi was born in Mumbai in 1919… Continue Reading →

No one killed Shehla Masood #RTI activist #WTFnews

TNN | Jun 6, 2014, 08.13 AM IST BHOPAL: Who fired at Shehla Masood? The question still remains a mystery, despite Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) chargesheeting 5 people in the RTI activist’s murder case, after a key accused expressed his desire… Continue Reading →

Another Gang Rape in Hauz Khas , South Delhi , one arrested #Vaw #WTFnews

TNN | Mar 31, 2014, NEW DELHI: A 40-year-old woman working with an NGO has alleged that she was gang-raped by three men in south Delhi. On the basis of the woman’s complaint, one person was arrested on Sunday.In her complaint, the… Continue Reading →

RIP- Dr. Vasudha Dhagamwar, A legal researcher, scholar and activist

India: Activist Vasudha Dhagamwar no more Pune Mirror – February 11, 2014 Activist Vasudha Dhagamwar dies Dhagamwar, 74, who succumbed to multiple organ failure, was instrumental in changing legislature pertaining to rape and known for her treatise on women and… Continue Reading →

#India – 16 alleged Maoist cultural wing activists arrested

Suvojit Bagchi, The Hindu, Dec 6 At least 16 Muria Gond tribals have been arrested in the last 48 hours in Bijapur district of south Chhattisgarh for allegedly acting as cultural activists of the outlawed Communist Party of India (Maoist)…. Continue Reading →

#India – RTI activist murdered for taking on corrupt sarpanchin Rajasthan #WTFnews

Jodhpur: A 35-year-old RTI activist was allegedly murdered by a sarpanch and his family members in Phalodi area of the district. “An FIR has been lodged against Jaisal village sarpanch Sodha Ram, his brothers Manohar Ram and Jagmal, two sons… Continue Reading →

Cambodian activist murder ‘scapegoats’ freed #goodnews

By AP News Sep 26, 2013 6:48PM UTC PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — Two Cambodian men wrongly convicted for the 2004 murder of a prominent opposition activist walked free on Thursday, one day after the country’s Supreme Court ordered their release. The… Continue Reading →

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