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'Khatra hai': Fear grips Dalits & Thakurs in Saharanpur flashpoint Shabbirpur
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'Khatra hai': Fear grips Dalits & Thakurs in Saharanpur flashp...

“The officers have gone to the houses across the road,” a Dalit villager remarks as we ask him for directions. “I can't go there, khatra hai ,” he says while walking briskly towards his house. The village square divides the Dalit and ... catchnews.com, 2 days ago

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Ground Zero Saharanpur: We were Hindus only till polling, Dalits complain

“When the elections come around, we are seen as Hindus. But as soon as they end, we again become chamars, jhimars, valmikis,” Lokesh Kumar, a Dalit, says, as we chat under a tree in the courtyard of the Ravidas Hostel in Saharanpur. Lokesh, one of ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago

What India's youth can learn from Gandhi

'You are beginning your professional life in a time of global turmoil, when economic systems and the earth's eco-systems are in deep crisis.' 'Societies across the world are struggling with the complexity of technological and social change happening at a speed that our species has never experienced before.' 'May you be more excited than frightened by the times we live in.' 'Precisely because the crises are so deep, there are also unprecedented opportunities for pioneering and brave work that ...
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Turning vision into reality

... Thus it was that Bijaykumar Bhattacharya, Jyotishchandra Roy, and Upendranath Das came to the village of Nabagram (literally 'new village'), some 17 kilometres south of the town of Burdwan, in 1935, and set up a school called Vidyalaya, where they hoped to put into practice the educational ideas and ideals of the charismatic spokesperson of the new language of non-violent struggle whom they had accepted as their political and spiritual guru - Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, still not ...
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