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Kobad Ghandy – ‘I got support in all jail authorities except Tihar’

By NEETA KOLHATKAR February 15, 2023 ‘The IB and authorities knew I had given away all my property and had nothing in my name.’‘Even among police officers, they all respected me for this sacrifice which is rare these days.’‘They respected… Continue Reading →

India tried to rebrand Valentine’s Day as ‘Cow Hug Day.’ Here’s how it backfired

By Rhea Mogul, CNN ] Hindus worship a calf during the Gopashtami festival dedicated to Hindu deity Krishna and cows in Amritsar on November 1, 2022. Narinder Nanu/AFP/Getty Images CNN  —  For centuries, cows have been considered sacred by India’s… Continue Reading →

Scapegoats and Holy Cows

Crime and Justice Delivery System in the era of Sectarian Nationalism Ram Puniyani In the case of Jamia violence of 2019, 11 students were arrested. One of them was Sharjeel Imam, who was student of JNU. The others included likes… Continue Reading →

Indian PhD Students Say Long Australian Visa Delays Have Put Their Lives On Hold

By Neena Bhandari Indian doctoral students are stuck due to Australian visa delays. Credit: Unsplash Sydney, Jan 12 2023 (IPS) – When Megha Jacob, who had been applying for a doctoral degree at various overseas universities, received an offer from… Continue Reading →

How Complicit Governments Support Drug Trade

John P. Ruehl | 08 Feb 2023 Several governments or government entities play a double game of enforcing some drug laws while ignoring others. Their reasons vary, and history proves it will be difficult to stop. Image Courtesy: MaxPixel The modern… Continue Reading →

India – Tribals, Dalits feel budget lacks Amrit

Posted On February 6, 2023 Dalit organisation says budget far from addressing some of the people-centric issues In Amrit Kaal budget there is no Amrit for poor tribals and Dalits. This was felt by the members of the Dalit Arthik… Continue Reading →

Madhya Pradesh: Woman’s death triggers massive protest, kin allege medical negligence in Barwani

Posted On February 7, 2023 Barwani (Madhya Pradesh): The death of a woman in Barwani district’s Sanwariyapani village sparked a huge protest by tribals, who claimed gross medical negligence was the cause of her death and demanded a fair investigation… Continue Reading →

NGOs Campaign for a Torture-Free UN Trade Treaty

By Thalif Deen Credit: Torture Museum, Amsterdam, via Wikipedia UNITED NATIONS, Feb 7 2023 (IPS) – Hinting at “Western hypocrisy”, a senior UN official once told a group of reporters, perhaps half-jokingly: “When you go on one of those sight-seeing… Continue Reading →

Meet the Football Feminists Who Are Playing Against Patriarchy, One Kick At A Time

by- Shraddha g. It’s one thing to play a sport for recreational purposes, and another to turn it into an effective tool of resistance against patriarchy. Be it any sport, football, cricket, kabaddi or rugby, there is no escape from… Continue Reading →

Monica Lewinsky’s Verdict on the Johnny Depp- Amber Heard Trial – We all are Guilty

Courtroom porn and social media have turned innocent bystanders into a mass of mudslingers. By Monica LewinskyMay 31, 2022 Photos from Getty Images.  Unless you’re a troglodyte, you’ve been exposed to something about the Depp v. Heard trial in the… Continue Reading →

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