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Caste And Faith In The Dalit Mirror

In October 1956, sixty years ago, Ambedkar embraced Buddhism. Does the Dalit experience surpass religion? Or can it be articulated through it? Does it only divide or also offer grounds for introsp­ection? We inv­ited four prominent Dalits—a ... Outlook India, 4 days ago
Sakaal Times

City witnesses second silent march

Pune: People in large numbers participated in Sanvidhan Sanmaan Silent March in the city on the occasion of Constitution Day from Deccan Gymkhana to Council Hall via Laxmi Road on Sunday. This was the second silent march in the city in recent times.
 Sakaal Times1 week ago Sanvidhan Sanmaan Silent March on Nov 27  Sakaal Times1 week ago

Bengal records more Muslims in govt. jobs

Both Trinamool and Left claimed credit for the rise in the number of minorities with govt. jobs The Trinamool Congress government in Bengal and the Left Front are both claiming credit for a rise in the percentage of Muslims in government service ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Muslim groups join chorus against Uniform Code

Upset over the Central government's proposal to implement Uniform Civil Code, representatives of various Muslim organisations on Tuesday came together and declared that they would protect the Sharia law at any cost. At a meeting organised in the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Uniformity is not Equality

THE CPI(M) extends its full support to the movement of Muslim women for abolition of what women have described as the un-Islamic practice of instant and arbitrary triple talaq. The demand has received substantial support from both men and women ...
 Peoples Democracy.in1 month ago
The Hindu

Deciding issues of personal law

The Supreme Court can and must make a pronouncement on the widely excoriated practice of triple talaq Thirteen years ago, Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer, pleaded in a piece titled Unifying personal laws in The Hindu (September 6, 2003): My powerful ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

BJP govt is no champion of women's rights

While most Opposition parties have been reluctant to take a clear position on the issue of triple talaq for fear of annoying Muslim conservatives and the clergy, CPI(M) Polit Bureau member and long-time women's activist Brinda Karat has openly ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

1984 riots: Sajjan faces HC flak for casting aspersion on judge

The court came down heavily on Kumar for seeking transfer of the matter to another bench. New Delhi: Delhi High Court on Monday took strong exception to Congress leader Sajjan Kumar for casting "aspersions" on a judge for hearing a case relating to 1984 ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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