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'Lack of government support fuels migration from Bundelkhand'

National Politics HT Indore Newspapers BHOPAL, May 30 -- After his two-day visit to Bundelkhand, Harsh Mander, special commissioner to the Supreme Court in the right to food case, said the situation in drought- hit Bundelkhand was becoming ... HT Syndication, 4 weeks ago

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Harsh Mander for action against UoH V-C

Harsh Mander, civil society activist and writer, endorsed the view of students protesting against University of Hyderabad Vice-Chancellor Appa Rao Podile, calling for action against him. Mr. Mander was at the university at the behest of the Mass Communication ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Fascism is on the rise

Even as our world becomes smaller and more interconnected by the day with time and space becoming largely irrelevant, we seem to be further withdrawing ourselves into our own, little tiny shells. Look at the absurdity of Britain's EU referendum.
 Arab News3 days ago March of fascism, across the land  Kashmir Times3 days ago
Irish Independent

Game Of Thrones Season 6 Spoilers: Rickon Stark Storyline Was A Waste When There Could Have Been Unicorns

Game of Thrones Season 6, episode 9 , Battle of the Bastards, had its fair share of casualties. Because Game of Thrones is fiction, fans can feel cheated with an unsatisfactory conclusion or an ending that feels unwarranted. That's why the fate of ...
 International Business Times6 days ago Game of Thrones: Five things to expect from the epic 'Battle of the Bastards'  Irish Independent1 week ago
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Fleeing Bundelkhand's drought, seeking refuge in Delhi

'These people are living on the edge of starvation and governments need to show much greater compassion towards them.'Rashme Sehgal reports for Rediff.com   IMAGE: The Bundelkhand region in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh has been battling water shortage for many years. Its farmers, Rediff.com noted four years ago, 'are anguished about lack of access to ground water when their agriculture is totally dependent on rains, which is also scarce.' The situation has worsened this past year.
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Centre, states dither on relief to drought-hit areas

A month after the Supreme Court order on proper implementation of the National Food Security Act (NFSA) and the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) in drought-affected districts, the ground reports are disturbing. ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago Drought laxity finger at govts  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Govts Not Following SC Directive on Drought, Claim Outfits  Outlook India1 week ago

There's little to cheer in the Gulberg Society massacre verdict

Every communal massacre in India is marked by the stain of impunity. Impunity means the assurance that those who plan and execute the slaughter and rape of innocents, and the loot and arson of their homes and businesses will ultimately escape all ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

Little place for old in Raj, only Rs500 as pension per month

Jaipur: While Goa manages to give a monthly pension of Rs 3,000 to its old age and disability pensioners, Rajasthan offers only Rs 500; once a pensioner attains the age of 75, he or she gets Rs 750. That's much less than would suffice for a meal for ...
 Times of India1 week ago 10 lakh pensioners left high and dry  Times of India1 week ago

A majoritarian republic?

The editor of this volume, Mujibur Rehman, informs the readers that the collection of articles presented in his book have a two-fold objective: first, to highlight the forms communalism has assumed in postcolonial India owing to the changing role of ...
 The Friday Times1 week ago
Livemint.com

States have failed to comply with SC order on drought, say activists

So far not a single state has universalized the public distribution system in drought-hit areas New Delhi: It has been more than a month that the Supreme Court gave a series of orders to provide relief to the drought affected but state governments ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Activists present ground report, picking up holes in implementation of various mitigation schemes in drought-hit states  Times of India1 week ago
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