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Unshakeable conscience of the so-called most conscious Indian citizens


  Dharmaraj Kumar  Two recent incidents of crime should have shaken the nerve of the conscience of the Indian citizen, but they failed to do so. In the first incident a girl named Sanjali, returning from school was allegedly caught by some men and burnt alive in broad daylight. As it is clear that the …


Kambalapalli Carnage

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  Written By  Oruvingal Sreedharan &R. Muniyappa Published by  Babasaheb Dr.B.R. Ambedkar Adhyayana Kendra, Bangalore-9 Dedicatedtolate Sriramappa and other Six Dalits who were burnt alive at Kambalapalli We sincerely acknowledge the support given by the following DSS/BSP activists for bringing out this small booklet O. Rajanna, N. Shivanna, Krishna Chinthamani, Dr.L. Hanumanthaiah, Marasandra Muniyappa  ~ Will …


First Day at the ‘National Tribunal – Violence Against Dalit Women in India’

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The National Tribunal – Violence against Dalit Women in India (on 30th September and 1st October, 2013, at the Constitution Club in New Delhi) was conceived in the hope that it would be ‘one small step in the long and arduous journey of Dalit women for reclaiming their rights‘. Asha Kowtal very succinctly expressed the …