Public Lecture on Regionalising India By Prof. G. Aloysius

Department of Social Exclusion Studies, EFL-University

Invites you to a Public Lecture on

'Regionalising India'

By Prof. G. Aloysius


On 29 April, 2013, at 4 PM

Venue: Conference Hall, Administrative Block, EFL-University, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.


UK Parliament outlaws Caste-Based Discrimination


Eleventh hour change from the Government turned 1000 protesters into 1000 partygoers

For the third time in 6 weeks, Dalit groups, communities and campaign organisations made a call to rally in Parliament Square to continue to urge the government to do the necessary to legislate against caste discrimination in the UK. Our call was again answered as coach loads of people from across the country joined members of CasteWatch UK, Dalit Solidarity Network UK, Voice of Dalit International, Federation of Ambedkarite Buddhist Organisations UK, Central Valmik Sabha UK, Indian Christian Concern, Ravidassia Communities and Dr Ambedkar Memorial Committee GB, as well as scores of regional and community organisations and met at the rally on Tuesday 23 April. The date will now live in all our memories forever. 

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"Growing up in Birmingham I faced tremendous caste discrimination and ill treatment because I was a Dalit (or Untouchable) at the hands of so called high caste people. I became involved in the anti-caste movement so that victims of modern day discrimination would have a voice and legal redress. I am proud to be part of this momentous day‟: Rajinder Rattu, Community Activist and Managing Director, Neighbourhood Consultancy Ltd. 


Babasaheb Ambedkar's Birthday as National Holiday - 2


Neel Kranti Media

Neel Kranti Media has been talking to a few Ambedkarites on the significance of Babasaheb B. R. Ambedkar's birth anniversary for them. Here, in the featured video, you can watch Moggallan Bharti, Assistant Professor - Department Of Political Science, Gargi College, University Of Delhi, shares his views on what the day means to him.



Round Table India wholeheartedly supports the growing demand among the Dalitbahujans and others across the country that Babasaheb's birthday should be declared as a National Holiday and shall endeavour to feature the views of individuals and organizations in this regard as a campaign through out this year.


Babasaheb Ambedkar's Birthday as National Holiday


Neel Kranti Media

On Babasaheb B. R. Ambedkar's birth anniversary this year, Neel Kranti Media talked to a few Ambedkarites on the significance of the day for them. Here, in the featured video, you can watch Dr. Vivek Kumar, professor in JNU, and Prachi Beula, student, share their views on what the day means to them.




Sathyamurthy: People’s Poet and Leader Who Lived and Died Among the People


Karthik Navayan

Today 17th April is the 1st death anniversary of K.G.Sathyamurthy ('Sivasagar') the revolutionary leader and poet from Andhra Pradesh. He was the poor man among the poor, intellectual among the intellectuals and a soldier among the soldiers.

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Simple because of his social background, because he belonged to an untouchable community and faced discrimination and humiliation within the CPI (ML) (People's War) party of which he was the founder and central committee secretary.

The upper caste Hindu maoists expelled him from the party saying that he was involved in a conspiracy. Sathyamurthy kept on asking them to explain what "that conspiracy was?" No one explained what that conspiracy was.

According to Sivasagar, he was expelled from the party for the reason that he started speaking about the caste inequalities in the society, untouchability and Ambedkar which actually led to this. For Hindu Maoists, Party means power and money, not the people. 

If he had not been from an untouchable community, his leadership would have been accepted and he would probably have not started talking about the caste problem and Ambedkar. 

From 1990s to 2012, he lived among the general public, touring various districts in Andhra Pradesh: Nalgonda, Hyderabad, Guntur, Vijayawada. In between, he also visited his daughters in Visakhapatnam. He never lived like a traditional, biological family member of his own family. He simply lived like a life time revolutionary with a mission. 


Ambedkar aur Gandhi

On the eve of birth anniversary of

Dr. Babasaheb B.R. Ambedkar,

ambedkar gandhi


United Dalit Students' Forum (UDSF), JNU, and Asmita Theatre Group



Run for Caste Free India

On Sunday, 14th April

 at 6:30am.

Starting from Ambedkar Statue,Tankbund, Necklace road, Hyderabad. 

Caste Free India - A Cherished Dream



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