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Has the Dalit movement sank hook, line and sinker?

The irony is biting. At a time when Maharashtra is seeing mind-numbing atrocities against Dalits like the one at Javkheda-Khalsa, the Ambedkarite political movement is on the wane as evidenced by the rout of Dalit parties in the state. It was the ... DNA India, 1 month ago

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AIMIM looks to forge Muslim-Dalit social coalition

RNA Research & Archives In an attempt to forge a Muslim and Dalit social coalition in the Maharashtra, where the communities together account for over 24% of the population, the All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) has taken up the ...
 DNA India1 month ago

State of parties: Fringe players Panthers, BSP have failed to make a mark

The politics of J&K has its share of regional outfits and also the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) seeking to make a mark. Chief among the fringe players on the regional landscape is the J&K National Panthers Party (JKNPP). Founded in November 1982, ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

BJP promised Cabinet berth in writing, says RPI's Ramdas Athavale

While the Shiv Sena's tussle with the BJP has taken the centrestage, another BJP ally, dalit leader Ramdas Athavale's Republican Party of India (A) has thrown a tantrum over its leader not being included in the union council of ministers. ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Activists block roads, highway to protest ag...

AURANGABAD: Strongly protesting the gruesome killing of three members of a Dalit family in Ahmednagar district in October, thousands of agitators resorted to a 'rasta roko' andolan in various parts of Aurangabad district on Friday. The agitators, ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Conspiracy of silence over death of Dalits

How many deaths will it take for the government to say that too many Dalits have died? The recent massacre of a Dalit family in Javkhed tehsil of Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra has brought into sharp focus the atrocities and ...
 DNA India1 month ago Vote share of Dalit parties slips sharply  The Freepress Journal1 month ago

The MIM's New Foray

The party of the Owaisi brothers makes a mark outside its traditional bastion and experiments with a Dalit-Muslim alliance, says G Vishnu Radical outreach Asaduddin Owaisi In the din of the BJP 's spectacular performance in Maharashtra and ...
 Tehelka2 months ago

Dalit woman raped near Hadapsar

A 19-year-old married woman, belonging to the Dalit community, was allegedly gangraped by two thieves in Wadki village near Hadapsar on Saturday night. The woman has been admitted to a government hospital and a complaint lodged against the accused ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago
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Maharashtra Dalits Backed BJP Due To Frustration: Eknath Awad

Countercurrents.org Photo Credit/100heroesproject.com Fondly called as "Jija" or "The respected" (in Marathi) by his followers, one of the tallest Dalit activist of India, Eknath Awad works for economic empowerment of the most depressed ...
 Counter Currents2 months ago

500 Congress activists join NPP

Srinagar, Dec 20: More than 500 Congress activists including Subhash Chandra Boss, Mahi Chauhan, Harsha, Asma, Sonia Chaudhary, Abdul Razak, Reshma, Shyam Sunder Sharma, Kali Ram Tomar, Deepanshu, Ramnath, Mohd. Shafi and others were welcomed at the ...
 Oneindia1 week ago
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