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A voice of dissent is drowned by the AAP high command

Monday, February 3, 2014 – 11:18 IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Madhu Bhaduri I am a founder member of the Aam Aadmi Party. I had made a request to the Party secretary several days in advance of the… Continue Reading →

A Racist Turn in India

JAN. 24, 2014 Launch media viewer African students demonstrated against discrimination at a protest in New Delhi last June. Deepak Malik/Demotix via Corbis Contributing Op-Ed Writer By NILANJANA S. ROY NEW DELHI — The Africans — Nigerians, Ghanaians, Ugandans — began leaving… Continue Reading →

Khirki’s dilemma: Want Africans, transgenders to go, but who else pays such rent?

Had it not been for his roommate from Uttar Pradesh, he stood no chance of getting that flat on rent, a Delhi-based journalist was told recently by his former landlord in Malaviya Nagar. “You Assamese, you anyway don’t think think… Continue Reading →

African women -Whenever we walk by, men ask kitna paisa #Khirki

Jayashree Nandi,TNN | Jan 24, 2014,    African women in Khirki village share sordid tales of racial abuse, hate NEW DELHI: Somnath Bharti’s midnight raid to catch prostitutes at Khirki village “red handed” didn’t shock many African women in the neighbourhood. It made them… Continue Reading →

#Racism – Africans in Khirki wary, still in shock; locals resentful

IANS  |  New Delhi  January 21, 2014 Last Updated at 15:42 IST Four days since Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti’s midnight raid on “drug and prostitution rings” allegedly involving Africans in a south Delhi neighbourhood, Africans residing in the area are still to come… Continue Reading →

Everyday racism of a south Delhi mohalla , Somnath Bharti and the terrible

Last week’s savage attack on a group of Ugandan and Nigerian womenliving in Khirki Extension shocked the country. But what if you have been living in this neighbourhood and witnessing this xenophobia for years? By Aastha Chauhan Delhi Law Minister Somnath… Continue Reading →

#India – Khirki mob ‘molested’ us, say African women #Vaw

Raj Shekhar,TNN | Jan 18, NEW DELHI: The four African women who were allegedly evicted from their house in Khirki Extension and forcibly taken to AIIMS in the early hours of Thursday for a medical test for drugs have given a written… Continue Reading →

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