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#India – Effective PDS lifted 38 million people out of poverty in 2009-10

Case for food security: Effective PDS implementation by states has helped pull millions out of poverty By Avinash Celestine, ET Bureau | 10 Nov, 2013, ​New research argues that the public distribution system lifted 38 million people out of poverty in… Continue Reading →

#Chhattisgarh, a primitive tribe in trouble #indigenous

KAWARDAH (CHHATTISGARH), February 28, 2013 Suvojit Bagchi Hut of Primitive Tribes crushed by administration, hundreds homeless. Photo : Special Arrangement Administration argues pulling down their huts will ensure ‘safety of wildlife’ A day after the Union government announced a Rs.100-crore grant… Continue Reading →

#India- Air attacks in Mizoram, 1966 – our dirty, little secret

19 FEB, 2013,  ABHEEK BARMAN,ET BUREAU The original villages, crops and granaries were destroyed to deny wandering insurgents shelter and food. One month and four days after becoming prime minister of India, Indira Gandhi was faced with a problem familiar to her… Continue Reading →

Why silence from dalit leaders over the Bathani Tola judgment and loud protests over the Ambedkar cartoons ?

Bathani Tola and the Cartoon Controversy Vol – XLVII No. 22, June 02, 2012, economic and political weekely | Anand Teltumbde Why has there been such a silence from dalit leaders over the Bathani Tola judgment acquitting all those accused of killing… Continue Reading →

10-year-old’s RTI posers stump PMO, Government

NEW DELHI, May 25, 2012 Gaurav Vivek Bhatnagar, The Hindu Girl questions father of nation status for Gandhi When some simple questions came to the mind of Aishwarya Parashar, a Class-VI student of the City Montessori School, Lucknow, she did… Continue Reading →

Stop tampering with NCERT textbooks #censorship

PEOPLE’S UNION FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES RAJASTHAN Jaipur, 12th May, 2012 Statement by the PUCL, Rajasthan branch On the controversy created by the Indian Parliamentarians on the BR Ambedkar-Nehru cartoon in the NCERT text book of Standard XII   STOP TAMPERING… Continue Reading →

Ambedkar Cartoon Debate: A Perspective

  Ambedkar Cartoon Debate: A Perspective   A raging controversy has erupted over a 1949 cartoon of Ambedkar and Nehru in a NCERT political science textbook, leading to an uproar in Parliament, and an announcement by the HRD Minister that the… Continue Reading →

Delhi: Dead girl found at Metro Station

A dead body of a 22 year old girl has been recovered near the Nehru place metro station. Police is suspecting that the girl was first raped and then murdered. Crime in the National capital is on rise [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbVBBtpqSfA&feature=player_embedded]

The Cover Up

By- Anand Ranganathan A mongoose is a strange animal. In the wild it lives largely underground, spending a considerable chunk of its time constructing large burrow complexes that are as gawk-worthy as any of the upcoming mega-commercial projects you come… Continue Reading →

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