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Some shocking facts about Maharashtra’s Muslims the state does not want you to know

The Mahmoodur Rahman Committee report on the socio-economic conditions of the state’s Muslims is yet to be officially released, but it reveals that the community has very poor social indices. Aarefa Johari · Maharashtra’s urban Muslims are poorer than even members… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra – 187 rioting cases, 710 Hindu radicals held in last week

Vijay V Singh,TNN | Jun 7, 2014, 05.52 AM IST   MUMBAI: Since last week, police have registered 187 rioting cases across the state, mainly in western Maharashtra, and arrested at least 710 miscreants belonging to various radical Hindu outfits for attacking… Continue Reading →

#India – UP tops communal list, Gujarat in top five #Namo #Feku

Deeptiman Tiwary, TNN Dec 18, 2013, NEW DELHI: Having witnessed gruesome riots in Muzaffarnagar in August-September that claimed 62 lives, Uttar Pradesh, not surprisingly, has topped the list of states with most incidents of communal violence and deaths this year. Government… Continue Reading →

#India- The Terrible cost of an Inhuman Counter- Insurgency #mustread

      The Naxalites, or more specifically members of the CPI (Maoist), have established themselves in the predominantly adivasi tracts of Central India. They have done this by working among the adivasis and gaining their trust through successfully fighting… Continue Reading →

#India- 16 year old Dalit Girl gangraped wants to become a Police Officer #Vaw #mustread

‘Whatever happened was bad, but I want to study and become a police officer’ AMRUTA BYATNAL, The Hindu Betrayed by boyfriend, Dalit girl was gang-raped twice On September 24, a 16-year-old Dalit girl in Maharashtra’s Dhule district was gang-raped twice… Continue Reading →

Sexist Maharashtra minister defies SC order, dance bars will remain closed #WTFnews

Mumbai: Maharashtra‘s Home Minister R R Patil continues his crusade against the opening of dance bars in the state, in defiance of last week’s Supreme Court order, which lifted the 2005 ban imposed by the state government, calling it unconstitutional.Notwithstanding the Supreme… Continue Reading →

#India- When Leelabai runs the farm #womenempowerment

July 17, 2013 P. Sainath The Hindu THE LAND LADY: While Ashanna is a symbol of success in agriculture in these parts, Leelabai is the woman behind the achievement. Photo: P. Sainath In a region of poor yields, a gritty woman… Continue Reading →

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