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Centre refuses to make public Rohith Vemula's death probe report

Centre-Constituted Panel Shielding Ministers, ABVP: Rohith Vem...

Hyderabad: Rohith Vemula's brother on Thursday alleged that the report of the commission, constituted by Human Resource Development (HRD) ministry after the Hyderabad university scholar's death, was aimed at saving BJP Union Ministers, ..., 2 months ago

Lucknow's Dalit students suffer the same fate as Hyderabad's

Bias in the air: Dalit students discuss caste bias in the BBAU campus with Human Resources Minister Prakash Jawedkar Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the first time broke his silence over the tragic suicide of Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula when he ...
 Tehelka1 month ago
DNA India

Government enquiry commission questions caste of posthumous Dalit icon

Early this year, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) of India had put together an official enquiry commission to look into the death of Rohith Vemula, a Dalit research scholar who committed suicide on January 17, 2016. The Commission ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Chinks in the three acres scheme for dalits

The Telangana State Government scheme of distributing three acres of land per dalit family has many chinks even in the extent it has been fulfilled, going by the woes shared by Dalit beneficiaries at the public hearing conducted by Dalit Bahujan ...
 The Hindu6 days ago
The Hindu

A new idiom of Dalit assertion

There's a new turn in Dalit politics that entails taking charge of affairs in their own hands, and a widening of the terrain of struggle rather than restricting it to political power or religious conversion. There is a new swing in Dalit politics ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
India Today

SYL canal did no good to Amarinder in 2007. Will it sway poll-bound Punjab this time?

The Supreme Court overturns Punjab's abrogation of the 1981 water-sharing pact, putting SYL canal row centrestage in the state poll. SAD workers filling in a section of the SYL canal (Photo: Prabhjot Gill) In poll-bound Punjab, the raging ...
 India Today2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Tribals must get right to land, no one can snatch their land, says PM Modi

The Prime Minister also categorically said that natural resources in forests should not be exploited at the cost of tribals way of life. Inaugurating the first-of-its-kind tribal carnival at the national level, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Freedom for Dalits a far cry

Manjit Singh In India the spiritual/moral order remains intertwined with the economic and political order in such a way that any radical change is aborted even before it takes off. Women mourning the death of Sukhchain Singh, a Dalit youth who ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

Allot Erode industrial sheds meant for Dalits soon: Front

Tamil Nadu Untouchability Eradication Front has urged the State Government to take steps for allotment of 200 industrial sheds constructed exclusively for Dalits two decades ago by Tamil Nadu Adi Draidar Housing and Development Corporation (TAHDCO) ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

IIT Dalit group fears ban over Ravanaleela

New Delhi, Oct. 15: A Dalit and backward-class students' group at IIT Madras has alleged a move to ban it for supporting a Ravanaleela event in Chennai, a year after it was derecognised temporarily for criticising the Narendra Modi government. In ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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