Caste discrimination in UK

In the first successful claim for caste discrimination in UK, the victim is awarded £184,00 by Tribunal   The infamous case of Chandhok versus Tirkey became the first caste discrimination case to be successful in the United Kingdom, with the victim receiving a sum of £184,00 from the Employment Tribunal. The Tribunal case concerned a... Continue Reading →

‘Stand together for an RSS-free India’

Pune Mirror | Oct 5, 2015, 02.30 AM IST 1 By Sandip Kolhatkar Ex-judges hold rally, urge for unity against 'fascist' govt Criticising the present government for its oppressive attitude towards minority communities and Dalits, retired high court justice, B G Kolse-Patil who, along with Supreme Court retired justice P B Sawant, has formed the... Continue Reading →

Ayodhya sadhus condemn Dadri lynching

Arshad Afzal Khan,TNN | Oct 4, 2015, 01.33 AM IST AYODHYA: Sadhus in Ayodhya have forcefully condemned the brutal lynching of 50-year-old Mohammad Akhlaq by a strong mob that gathered in Bisada village reportedly after a loudspeaker announcement in Bada Mandir on Monday that said that Akhlaq and his family were storing and eating beef... Continue Reading →

New life for an ancient myth

Posted by By ink at 2 April , at 08 : 57 AM Home » Essay/Opinion » New life for an ancient myth     Narendra Modi’s electoral campaign was premised on a government for ‘daridra narayan’ but he seems to be busy creating a class of new Aryans. BY DOROTHY M FIGUEIRA On February... Continue Reading →

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