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Schrödinger’s cat in Supreme Court of India

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Amit Kumar (This article was written on 13th January, 2018 in the wake of the press conference by four Supreme Court judges. Author feels that it has relevance now in the context of recent actions and inactions of the Supreme Court.) The four Senior Judges of Supreme Court of India, the so-called guardian of the …

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Bojja Tharakam: The Dalit Leader

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  Prof. P. Kesava Kumar Bojja Tharakam (1939-2016), a Dalit leader of high eminence, passed away on 17th September 2016. He was a well-known Dalit leader with multiple facets to his personality. He left his mark on most of the democratic struggles of Telugu society in post independence India. He was a people’s leader, civil …

Atrocities

Atrocities & other offences committed by Justice C.V. Nagarjuna Reddy of A.P. High Court against a Dalit Judicial Magistrate

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  Kula Nirmulana Porata Samiti (KNPS) I) a) Mr. S. Ramakrishna was born in a poor Dalit family in a remote village of Chittoor District, A.P. and with his hard work he could get his Law degree and was selected as a Junior Civil Judge in A.P. State Judicial Service in 2003. He consciously discharged …

Assertion

Tsunduru trial: Judge drops contempt charges against Bojja Tharakam

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  Tsunduru Massacre Trial: 26 th March, 2014.  [Via Dalit Camera] Rakta Kshetram in Tsunduru, memorial to the martyrs Todays’ Court Proceedings: The judge dropped the charges against Bojja Tharakam and Ragunath. Actually in the morning, advocates in the AP high court were worried about ‘contempt of court’ faced by both the advocates. The court …