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Kerala BJP Seeks Discontinuation of Ranganath Report
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Kerala BJP seeks discontinuation of Ranganath report on Dalits

Kerala BJP today sought discontinuation of the Ranganath Mishra Commission report which has recommended inclusion of convert Dalit Christians and Dalit Muslims in the list of Scheduled Castes. Kerala BJP chief V Muraleedharan expressed hope that Prime ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Negative perception of Muslims a cause of concern, says an official committee

Lack of development and insufficient exposure to amenities, the negative perception of minorities particularly Muslims building up over recent past is an added worrisome trend, feels an official committee assigned to evaluate the implementation of ...
 DNA India1 month ago

TV, mangalsutra in poll pledge

Ranchi, Nov. 19: The Congress today went all out to woo voters from all sections of the society, stopping just short of promising the moon in its poll manifesto that had something for everyone starting from BPL families to brides. The 36-page poll ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago
Jagran Post

Cong Promises Free TV Sets and Rice in Jharkhand Poll Manifesto

The Congress today promised to provide 35 kg rice free of cost to people not in the Income Tax category and free TV sets to BPL families if it came to power in Jharkhand ahead of the five-phase polls beginning on November 25. "People who are not ...
 Outlook India3 days ago Congress promises free TV sets and rice in Jharkhand poll manifesto  Jagran Post3 days ago

Explained: Q for Quota

Maharashtra has decided to appeal the Bombay High Court decision last week to put on hold the 16 per cent quota for Marathas in jobs and education. Seema Chishti breaks down quotas: the 50 per cent ceiling, and the breaches. What is the maximum ...
 Indian Express4 days ago

Sampla's success story: Plumber to minister

CHANDIGARH: About two-and-a-half decades ago, a bereaved and young dalit Vijay Sampla, then 27, was trying to find his feet against the oppressive landlords of Jalandhar's Sofi Pind. His brother and he were left to fend for themselves after their ...
 Times of India1 week ago Vijay Sampla: Plumber to MoS  Times of India1 week ago
Index on Censorship

Jaspreet Singh: Ghosts of 1984

The novelist shares his memories of the aftermath of the assassination of then Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and its devastating impact on the country's Sikh citizens By Jaspreet Singh / 5 November, 2014 Novelist Jaspreet Singh's latest ...
 Index on Censorship2 weeks ago 'Too late in the day for giving closure to 1984 anti-Sikh crimes'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago 1984: Indira Gandhi's assassination and anti-sikh riots  Sify3 weeks ago
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Sikhs mark anniversary of injustice

, Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated by two members of her security detail, both Sikhs who had been deeply shaken by a June 1984 Indian army operation in the Golden Temple, the holiest of Sikh shrines. Over the next three days, in ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Sikh riots: Panel after panel said police helped mob, no one heard

Mansa Singh's three sons were among five of the family killed in the 1984 riots. A common thread runs through the reports of nine committees, and several rights groups and NGOs, which probed the 1984 riots — all point to police lapses, at times ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago Thirty years since 1984 anti-Sikh riots, we still need to learn lessons on political accountability  Economic Times3 weeks ago 1984 anti-Sikh riots: Court acquits three cops, one other  Economic Times1 month ago 1984 Riots: Court Acquits Three Cops, One Other  Outlook India1 month ago
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Failure of criminal justice system has resulted in influential politicians going scot-free

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu An overcrowded Sikh protection camp at Shahadara. Photo: The Hindu Archives Senior advocate Harvinder Singh Phoolka, who single-handedly took up the protracted battle for securing justice for the ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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