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Filmmaker Terrorized for Exposing Caste Slavery in Tamil Nadu; Divya Bharathi faces death threats, criminal charges for documentary

Madurai, Tamil Nadu (OFMI): After releasing a documentary exposing in vivid detail the daily lives of manual scavengers in Tamil Nadu, 26-year-old filmmaker Divya Bharathi ...

Canada unit of SAD (Amritsar) seeks Ouster of Indian Diplomats

Canadian unit of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) here on 31st July 2017 criticized the actions of Indian Consulate and its associates (Canada India Foundation also know as CIF) in strongest terms, and termed their activities as their interference in Canadian affairs.

SGPC Woke Up To Compensation Promise Made To Pilibhit Torture Victims Two Decades Ago

Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) finally woke up to its two decade old promise made to compensate the Sikh victims tortured

Punjab Schedule Caste Commission Summons DC & SSP Sangrur

The Punjab State Scheduled Castes Commission has summoned the Deputy Commissioner, Sangrur and SSP Sangrur  on 08th August, 2017

1984 Sikh Genocide: CBI To Conduct Polygraph Test On Eye Witness Abhishek Verma, Accuse Jagdish Tytler Relived

As per the media reports the Delhi High court here on Wednesday directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conduct polygraph test of witness

Delhi High Court’s Reopening Of Sikh Genocide Case Upsets SCI, Says Rightly Or Wrongly Accuse Is Acquitted

As per the media reports the relative attempt of reopening of 1984 Sikh Genocide case by the Delhi high court here on Wednesday hasn't gone down well with

Declassify Records Related To June 1984 Military Attack On Darbar Sahib & November 1984 Sikh Genocide: Subramanian Swamy

Hindutva leaning MP of Rajya Sabha Subramaniam Swamy has moved a resolution in the Indian parliament, terming the military invasion of Darbar Sahib complex "deeply

Indian Supreme Court’s refusal to reopen cases of killings of Kashmiri Pandits disappointing: says Amnesty India

In a statement issued today the Amnesty International India has termed the refusal of Indian Supreme Court's refusal to reopen cases of killings of Kashmiri Pandits as disappointing.

Dal Khalsa To Protest On 14th Aug Against Misuse Of Colonial Era Sedition Law

In continuation of their resolve to fight against injustices and enslavement, the pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa has decided to organize

Pro-Freedom Militant Leader Abu Dujana Killed By Indian Security Forces, Apprehensive Govt Servers Internet Services In Kashmir

As per the media reports a joint operation carried out by J&K Police and Indian army has lead to the killing of militant leader Abu Dujana,

Arrest Of Sikh Leader In Jammu, Hindutva Mob Raises ‘Goli Maro’ & Indira Gandhi Slogans

During the commotion the mob were seen chanting the slogans like ''Desh Kay Gaddaro Ko Fasi Do'' & ''Desh Kay Gaddaro Ko Goli Marro'' suggesting that they

Restricting Travel Of Taslima Nasreen Unjustified Says Amnesty International India

Stopping Taslima Nasreen from visiting Aurangabad simply because a political party didn’t want her there marks a worrying capitulation by Maharashtra authorities

India Media outlets ToI, DNA, OutlookIndia (Hindi) remove story about 300% increase in BJP chief Amit Shah’s assets in 5 years

Chandigarh: A news story published by Time of India’s Ahmedabad edition about 300% increase in assets of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) president Amit Shah in ...

Lower Court Stays Non-Bailable Warrants Against Pro-Hindutva Leader Ramdev

As per the media reports the court of additional district and sessions judge (ADSJ) Narinder Kaur at district court Rohatak hasstayed the proceedings against

”Civilians Killed Were Wearing Pathan Suit” Says India’s Military Tribunal While Justifying Bail Out Of Convicted Soldiers

In a reasoning given by India's military tribunal while justifying the release of the five soldiers convicted for murdering unarmed civilian and dubbing

Macchil Fake Encounter: Army Tribunal Suspends Life Term Of Five Convicted Army Personnel

As per the media reports the Armed Forces Tribunal has on Tuesday suspended the life sentence of five army personnel

‘Gyarah Saal Salakho Kay Pichay’ A Book Providing Insights About Repressive Policy Of State Towards Muslims

A book titled 'Gyarah Saal Salakho Kay Pichay' written by Mufti Abdul Qayyum who had spent 11 years in jail for no crime

Upsurge Of 41 % Witnessed in Communal Violence Since 2014: NCRB

The Central government's own data made a surprising revelation in which it has stated that the incidents of communal violence went up

Bihar Needs Fresh Mandate: says Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI)

Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) President A. Sayeed, in a press statement said, Nitish Kumar's resignation from the post of Bihar's Chief Minister and shifting of loyalty from "Maha Ghatbandhan' to 'NDA' is against mandate of the people of Bihar.

Madras HC Imposes Nationalism By Making ‘Vande Mataram’ Mandatory In Schools, Govt & Private Offices

Impose majoritarian Indian (Hindutva) nationalism on other nationalities residing in the sub-continent, similarly on the same page the Madras High Court here on Tuesday made

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