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Condolence Meeting- Young revolutionary and cultural organiser Shalini passes away #RIP

Announcements – 4 April 2013 Condolence meeting in memory of Shalini, president of Janchetna Books Society, 5 PM, Janchetna, D-68, Nirala Nagar, Lucknow. Organised by: Janchetna and Rahul Foundation.  Delhi. Shalini, a young revolutionary and a strong piller of several… Continue Reading →

#India- Girl gets ‘fate of #Delhigangrape’ threat- #WTFNEWS #Vaw

PTI Allahabad, January 19, 2013 A student of the Allahabad University allegedly sent an e-mail to a classmate he was infatuated with, threatening her that she will meet “the same fate as the victim of the Delhi gang-rape” if she… Continue Reading →

#India- 15- year- old set on fire after failed rape attempt, is critical #Vaw #Wtfnews

By IANS – LUCKNOW 07th January 2013 A 16-year-old in Uttar Pradesh‘s Allahabad town is battling for life with 70 percent burns after she was set on fire allegedly by her neighbour who attempted to rape her. When she fought… Continue Reading →

INVITATION- Seema Azad and Vishwavijay – speak in JNU on 3rd September

The singer was singing And they question him Why do you sing? He answers them as they seize him Because I sing And they have searched him: In his breast only his heart In his heart only his people In… Continue Reading →

Seema Azad, Vishwavijay step out of Allahabad Jail

    By Ajit Sahi8/7/12, Newzfirst   ALLAHABAD – Human rights activists and journalists Seema Azad and her husband, Vishwavijay, Tuesday stepped out of Allahabad‘s prison 30 months after they were arrested on February 6, 2010 on charges of being… Continue Reading →

Allahabad HC grants bail to Seema Azad, Vishvijay convicted for #sedition #goodnews

Ashish Tripathi, TNN | Aug 6, 2012, 01.45PM IST LUCKNOW: The Allahabad High Court has granted bail to journalist and civil right activistSeema Azad and her husband Vishvijay. The couple were convicted by a lower court on June 8, 2012, on charges of sedition…. Continue Reading →

How are legitimate citizens converted into public enemies?

— By Ilina Sen [ PUCL Bulletin, August 2012, www.pucl.org ] On June 26, as we remembered the clamping down of the internal Emergency on the people of the sovereign democratic republic of India 38-years ago, why is that our thoughts turn,… Continue Reading →

A Stick Called 124(A) The State finds a handy tool in a colonial law to quell dissent

Outlokk-National Magazine | Jul 02, 2012   Sentenced Seema and her husband Vijay being taken to jail sedition law: misuse Panini Anand, Debarshi Dasgupta Wrong Arm Of The Law Why ‘sedition’ rings hollow in India 2012 The law Section 124(A)… Continue Reading →

Update on Seema Azad Case- Protest on June 26th- Emergency Day

  Kavita Srivastava- This is short note to give you a quick update in the Seema Azad case. At a few hours notice a meeting was called on the 13th of June, 2012 at the Gandhi Peace Foundation against the conviction by… Continue Reading →

PUCL on conviction of Seema Azad and her husband by an Allahabad Court

PEOPLE’S UNION FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES Founder: Jayaprakash Narayan 270-A Patparganj, Opposite Anandlok Apartments, Mayur Vihar– Phase I, Delhi 110091 12th  June, 2012 Press Release           On the Conviction of Seema Azad and her husband by an Allahabad… Continue Reading →

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