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Hardline Hindu youth call the shots on streets of northern India| Reuters
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Hindu Yuva Vahini calls the shots on UP streets

One recent afternoon, dozens of young Hindu men, swords drawn and saffron scarves draped around their necks, rode motorcycles through a Muslim neighbourhood near the capital of India’s most populous state and chanted “Jai Shri Ram!” In the preceding ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago

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Hindu girl 'kidnapped' in Pakistan

A young Hindu girl was allegedly kidnapped from a village in Tharparkar district of Pakistan on Tuesday.The parents and relatives of the girl told media that the kidnappers took away 16-year-old Ravita Meghwar after giving sleeping pills to her 15 family ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago
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The new faces of Kashmir's protests are a problem for India

Girls in the Kashmir valley hurling defiance at the security forces will detract from the legitimacy of India's response and its standing in the world, observes Ajai Shukla. IMAGE: A Kashmiri student throws a stone at security forces in the Kashmir valley. Photograph: Danish Ismail/Reuters For years now, India has faced almost negligible pressure from the international community to resolve the Kashmir issue. Most other countries, even China, have largely respected India's position that Kashmir ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Stealth theocracy: Selective condemnation in Kashmir brings its own problems

It is admirable to read about young Kashmiri Muslim women (not all of them believers) stepping forward and making it their life's work to speak out for the female victims of injustice, rape with impunity by the Indian Armed forces, mental health issues due to ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Holy cow: as Hindu nationalism surges in India, cows are protected but minorities not so much

Indolent Indian cows sitting or eating on the busiest roads of the country’s cities are common sights for anyone who has ever visited the subcontinent. Today, this mammal is at the centre of the country’s increasingly violent social upheaval. In ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Indian women are better off – but it’s not all good news

A richer India is bringing more cell phones, bank accounts and schooling to women but other signs of female advancement in the $2 trillion economy remain patchy, including the most basic: births. First, the good news. Education levels among women have risen ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 days ago

Is it social engineering or caste politics by Siddaramaiah?

If one asks Chief Minister Siddaramaiah whether caste or poverty should be the base for designing the government's welfare schemes, probably he would settle for the former. He has been vehemently arguing that poverty among the Dalits and the backward class is ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago
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'What bravery is it that you molest our women, disrobe them?'

The BJP has chosen a Dalit to be India's next President.How will that momentous decision change the lives of the nation's Dalits?Agnibhaskar Buddh lives in Shabbirpur village, a Dalit area in Uttar Pradesh's Saharanpur district.On May 5, his village was ransacked and burnt by a mob of upper caste men.Buddh's story reveals that while Ramnath Kovind's ascension to the Presidency is an encouraging sign, little may change for the Dalits who encounter discrimination and violence on a frequent ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Arundhati Roy: The Utmost Unhappiness of Being Indian

WHAT MUST IT be like to be Arundhati Roy? People in power are accustomed to being loved and hated in equal measure. But what of authors? Aren’t they the ‘sensitive type’, rheumy-eyed, thin skinned and prone to bruising? Fifty-five-year-old Roy, it would ...
 Open Magazine3 weeks ago
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Child marriages on the rise in some parts of India, finds survey

In a survey of the 70 districts with the highest incidences of child marriages in India, over seven districts in Rajasthan have the most such among girls, while Maharashtra, with 14 districts, recorded the highest number of child marriages among boys. The 70 ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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