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Has India done enough for Tibet’s cause?

N. S. Venkataraman Nandini Voice for The Deprived  More than six decades have gone after China forcibly entered Tibet and occupied the land and unjustifiably claimed that Tibet belongs to it.. His Holiness the Dalai Lama had no alternative other than leaving Tibet with his disciples and he entered   Indian territory on 31st March,1959. When China […]

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Indira Gandhi: A Life in Nature :: a book by Jairam Ramesh

Portrait of India Prime Minister Mrs Indira Gandhi, 1966.Indira Gandhi, prime minister of India for sixteen years, was as charismatic as she was controversialat once admired and criticized for her political judgements and actions. Yet beyond such debate, what has not been fully understood is her life-long communion with nature and how that defined her […]

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Custodial death in 2013. After 4 years, victim family is going to be paid meager amount as compensation. No one is guilty, No one is accountable. Hence no justice was provided

[themify_hr color=”red”] To The Chairman National Human Rights Commission Manav Adhikar Bhawan Block-C, GPO Complex, INA New Delhi – 110023 13 January 2014 District Magistrate, Murshidabad (Ref No. MASUM/DM/MSD/483/3731/14) Superintendent of Police, Murshidabad (Ref No. MASUM/SP/MSD/483/3732/14) Respected Sir, I want to draw you kind attention regarding one incident of custodial death of Mr. Rafikul Seikh […]

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Liquor revolution in Bihar towards Social Harmony and Sustainability – a grassroots movement (2011-2015) of around one million women

Vivek Umrao GlendenningThe Founder & Editor, Ground Report IndiaThe Vice-Chancellor, The Gokul Social UniversityCo-Founder, The Gokul Social University The inception and dispersal of the new liquor policy in Bihar state In the year 2005, the alliance of Janta Dal United (JDU) and Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) formed the state government in Bihar. Nitish Kumar of JDU and […]

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GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION AGAINST VEDANTA AT THEIR AGM

Protests held by communities in Zambia and India. Activist shareholders to again disrupt London AGM today. Vedanta battles international arbitration and UK compensation case over Zambian pollution. Loud and theatrical protests will again be held outside the AGM of British mining company Vedanta Resources'(1) at the Lincoln Centre, Lincoln Inn Fields, London at 2 pm […]

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Shabnam Hashmi returned the National Minority Rights Award-2008

[themify_quote]Shabnam Hashmi returned the National Minority Rights Award-2008 on 27th June 2017 to National Commission for Minorities, NCM. [/themify_quote]   Shabnam Hashmi’s statement: I return today the National Minority Rights Award conferred on me in 2008 by the National Commission for Minorities. I am returning it in the memory of the innumerable innocent victims lynched by […]

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Three years down the lane, has the Modi Government taken the citizens for a ride?

Dr Ram Puniyani On May 26, 2017, the Modi Government completed three years in office. Various programmes such as the Modi fest were organised at various places and there are plans to celebrate them in different cities across the country. The underlying message of these programmes is that Modi government has done remarkable work and […]

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Do poor Indians and Chinese need Australian coal?

This has reference to the news items that the Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will arrive in New Delhi today on a four-day visit. It is widely expected that he will advocate for, among other things, increased coal and Uranium export from Australia to India. The issue of coal export to India gains significance in the […]

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Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Bill, 2016: Needs Certain Amendments

The movement towards a more inclusive and diverse workplace is a progressive development. A major limb of this movement is the drive towards creating workplace policies that encourage more women to enter and more crucially, continue to be a part of the workforce. It is quite common to see women employees leaving employment after the […]

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Electoral Reforms : Towards a Continuously Evolving Democracy

Kuppuswamy Raja Rajan A technologist by qualification (IIT Chennai), a farmer by option and Gandhian activist by conviction. Practicing consultant in Design of Material Handling and Mineral Processing Equipments and Plants. Having a horticultural farm near Chennai. Trying to create awareness by writing articles and books on matters of public interest and welfare. President – Gandhian […]

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IMPROPER AND UNWISE SUGGESTION TO DECLARE PAKISTAN AS TERRORIST STATE

N S Venkataraman Nandini Voice For The Deprived [themify_hr color=”red”] A member of parliament in India spoke in the parliament demanding that India should declare Pakistan as a terrorist state. Not surprisingly, a few other members of parliament and some politicians in India also echoed this improper and unwise demand. It is good that Narendra […]

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IMPROPER AND UNWISE SUGGESTION TO DECLARE PAKISTAN AS TERRORIST STATE

N S Venkataraman Nandini Voice For The Deprived [themify_hr color=”red”] A member of parliament in India spoke in the parliament demanding that India should declare Pakistan as a terrorist state. Not surprisingly, a few other members of parliament and some politicians in India also echoed this improper and unwise demand. It is good that Narendra […]

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River Connect Campaign Agra : memorandum to the president of india

Brij Khandelwal River Connect Campaign, Agra [themify_hr color=”red”] Through this memorandum/petition we wish to bring to your kind notice the sad state of river Yamuna in Agra region, in particular draw your attention to the alarming concretization of the Yamuna river bed and its flood plains disturbing the natural ecology of the river and its […]

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River Connect Campaign Agra : memorandum to the president of india

Brij Khandelwal River Connect Campaign, Agra [themify_hr color=”red”] Through this memorandum/petition we wish to bring to your kind notice the sad state of river Yamuna in Agra region, in particular draw your attention to the alarming concretization of the Yamuna river bed and its flood plains disturbing the natural ecology of the river and its […]

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BUDGET 2017–18: IS IT INDEED A PRO-FARMER BUDGET?

Neeraj Jain Lokayat, Pune [themify_hr color=”red” border_width=”5px”] It is now well established that demonetisation has had a crippling impact on the Indian economy, and in particular, has sent the informal sector into a coma. The informal sector consists of small scale manufacturing, most of the construction industry, perhaps three quarters of the remainder of the […]

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BUDGET 2017–18: IS IT INDEED A PRO-FARMER BUDGET?

Neeraj Jain Lokayat, Pune [themify_hr color=”red” border_width=”5px”] It is now well established that demonetisation has had a crippling impact on the Indian economy, and in particular, has sent the informal sector into a coma. The informal sector consists of small scale manufacturing, most of the construction industry, perhaps three quarters of the remainder of the […]

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