Shameless plagiarism by the

Gaurav Somwanshi This isn't the first time this is happening nor the most blatant, but about time to start calling this out. Mainstream acads and journos are on the prowl for ideas, stats, facts, opinions, analysis etc to plagiarise and exploit. Intellectual labour is very vulnerable to exploitation, as it has always been. Roundtable India... Continue Reading →


Suggestively she moved her hips. Emboldened, he moved forward. But the look in her eyes stopped him. It was a test. Again. “Not again” he muttered petulantly. She laughed at him then. He felt some powerlessness, even hatred. A lot of hatred. She meant nothing to him. Lowly trash. SHE MEANT NOTHING TO HIM. His... Continue Reading →

NGOs should not substitute the force, Bombay High Court tells Maharashtra police

Hey dont Justice and Care do the same thing?? Time for Karnataka courts to take heed!! MUSTAFA PLUMBER | Fri, 20 May 2016-06:50am , dna As per the police, three minors were brought by the NGO, International Justice Mission (IJM) to narrate the incident in question. NGOs working in the field of anti-human trafficking and... Continue Reading →

Flooding forces minor design change of TenderSURE roads

Surprising that people who build roads dont have basic understanding of the underground drainage systems. Looks like any Tom, Dick or Swati can build roads if they have adequate political clout and backing by honchos like Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, who incidentally is the self acclaimed wealth of knowledge on every isssue under the sun. What... Continue Reading →

2 Central university professors arrested for harassing Dalit scholar

TNN | May 21, 2016, 07.32 AM IST  (Representative Image) Ajmer: Two professors of Central University of Rajasthan were arrested on Friday for expelling a Dalit scholar from the university on allegedly bogus charges of remaining absent for more than 15 days without information. The victim, Umesh Kumar Jonwal, had registered an FIR through a... Continue Reading →

 ‘Expensive uniforms, textbooks are being foisted on us by pvt. schools’

BENGALURU, May 12, 2016 Updated: May 12, 2016 09:12 IST TANU KULKARNI costly start:According to parents, one set of uniforms for a Class 1 student costs around Rs. 4,000. And many schools mandate that textbooks be purchased from them directly, often at up to thrice the retail price.— file photos Parents allege they are directed... Continue Reading →

A report on concerns regarding the ART centre, Bowring and Lady Curzon hospital, Bangalore

December 2015 Bowring and Lady Curzon Hospital is supposed to be a  multispeciality hospital, located in the heart of Bangalore City, at Shivajinagar. The hospital is over 100 years old ,approx 2 kms towards east of Vidhana Soudha. The mission and vision of the hospital was to bring about a work culture encompassing commitment, sincerity,... Continue Reading →

Rhetoric with a capital F

Not everyone can afford to fight chronic diseases ‘K.G. Halli residents can’t afford diabetes care’ The Hindu should stop promoting these kinds of neo liberal casteist organisations that have a penchant to blow up the obvious into some kind of mega research outcome. The organisation has probably published thousands of papers funded by thousands of... Continue Reading →

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