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Tribals protest in Bijapur jungles to seek action on Edesmetta encounter report

The protesters demanded an FIR be registered against security personnel involved in the Edesmetta encounter and ₹1 crore compensation to each tribal who died Updated on Oct 30, 2021 03:16 AM ISTBy Ritesh Mishra, Raipur Around 200 tribals are protesting in the… Continue Reading →

Don’t want any death in tribal areas due to lack of medical aid, malnutrition: Bombay HC to Maharashtra govt

The plea also raised concerns on the dearth of gynecologists, pediatricians and radiologists in public health centres in Melghat and other tribal areas in the state. MUMBAI: Tribals have to be brought into the mainstream for health care, Bombay high court said… Continue Reading →

Inglorious end? SC dismisses Vedanta petition claiming iron ore mining rights until 2037

By Rosamma Thomas  Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal filed by Vedanta Ltd against a Bombay High Court order of November 2019 concerning their alleged iron ore mining rights for a period of 50 years, until the year 2037. A… Continue Reading →

Father Stan Swamy’s struggle to be taken to panchayats

Animesh Bisoee One of the conveners of Shahid Father Stan Swamy Nyay Morcha said the awareness campaign will start on September 1 and continue till October 8 Members of trade unions, non-BJP parties and civil society organisations who have come… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra Health Survey once again proves Health workers toiled, but the under-resourced Health system faltered

The survey was carried out in July this year and covered 122 primary health centres (PHCs), 24 rural hospitals and 14 sub-district hospitals in 17 Maharashtra districts Key findings- State level survey on Rural health services by Jan Arogya Abhiyan… Continue Reading →

Poem by Aquila Khan – तल्ख

ऐसा न था की हम से बनाई ना गईबात इतनी तल्ख थी,की सुनाई ना गई वो कहता रहा मैं अदल का मुहाफीज हूंजब खुद पे बात आई तो निभाई ना गई हमने अक्सर कहा,मुख्तलीफ है हम तुमसेहां कह दिया,मगर ज़ेहन… Continue Reading →

Looking Into The Global Problem Of Witch Hunting In The 21st Century

by- Europa Doley The practice of witch hunting is not just a thing of the past, although the initial incidents of witch hunting traces back to the 17th and 18th century in Europe, where the Catholic Church encouraged such practice… Continue Reading →

SC Commission demands accountability over Hyderabad manual scavenging deaths

Posted On August 11, 2021 Two men had died due to asphyxiation, after they were forced to manually clean a flood pipeline in National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) Vice Chairman Arun Haldar on Tuesday visited the spot in Hyderabad… Continue Reading →

World Indigenous Peoples Day: How net-zero climate goal alienates tribals

Promotion of net-zero climate targets may alienate tribals from their land when science tells us that there is simply not enough land By Sandip Chowdhury Published: Monday 09 August 2021 The impacts of climate change have become tangible, and polluters across the… Continue Reading →

Witch hunts, not just a thing of the past- August 10 World Day against Witch Hunts

by- Maxwell Suuk and Isaac Kaledzi Witch hunts are far from being a thing of the past — even in the 21st century. In many countries, this is still a sad reality for many women today. That is why August… Continue Reading →

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