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Liberating the Voices of Dalit Women

Bhukh Roti Ki Roti Bajre Ki Bajra Khet Ka Khet Thakur Ka - Om Prakash Valmiki  (an extract from Thakur Ka Kuan)   What recently happened in Hathras was not...

Dilli Chalo: Farmers brave heavy rains, water canons, tears gas &...

Commemorating Constitution Day, thousands of farmer families from various states, including Punjab, Haryana, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh are walking to Delhi as part...

RSS mourned when India passed democratic constitution instead of Manusmriti

The Constituent Assembly (CA) of India passed the Constitution on November 26, 1949 after almost 3 years' deliberations. It was an amazing...

Judiciary has to be unbiased and uphold Constitutional morality: Justice Kurien

On 31 October 2020, the Indian Social Institute, Bengaluru organised a discussion on Preamble to the Indian Constitution for youth, students, teachers, heads of...

SC on Shaheen Bagh Protests : “Public spaces cannot be occupied...

Pronouncing its verdict on the balance between the right to protest and other rights in relation to the protests that took place at Delhi's...

The Two Tales of Protection of Constitutional Guarantee of Civil Liberties

Recent judgements in the cases of Dr. Kafeel Khan, and Kochi students Allan Shuhaib and Thwaha Fasal, all dissenters who were framed for being...

Missing Parliamentary Opposition: Physically and Metaphorically

The monsoon session of Parliament started on a series of speeches from the opposition parties about the government handling of the COVID crisis, the...

Clarify Scope of Hate Speech: Civil Servants To SC On UPSC...

A group of former civil servants under the collective “Constitutional Conduct” have filed an intervention application in the Supreme Court, seeking a ruling on...

Maoist Literature, Presence at protest not grounds of arrest under UAPA:...

UAPA Arrested Youth from Kerala Granted Bail by Special NIA Court Two youths from Kozhikode who had been charged under the UAPA last year for...

Sudan Ends 30 Years of Islamic Law by Separating Religion, State

Sudan’s transitional government agreed to separate religion from the state, ending 30 years of Islamic rule in the North African nation. Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla...

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