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Outlook magazine’s duplicity

js vinay

JS Vinay Recently, there was a controversy when the Outlook magazine released an issue with a cover story on “50 Dalits remaking India”. [1] Many anti-caste activists raised questions about the issue. Some were talking about the usage of the word “Dalit” since a court had ruled against the usage of the term in previous …

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Mutual Aid and Self-Organization in Anti-CAA and Farmers’ Protests

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Pranav Jeevan P توشاہیںہےپروازہےکامتیراترےسامنےآسماںاوربھیہیں- اقبال तूशाहीनहै,परवाज़हैकामतेरा ,तेरेसामनेआसमांऔरभीहै – इकबाल You are a falcon, your purpose is to fly, there are still more skies for you to transcend – Ikbal India witnessed two large scale protests in last 2 years which saw millions taking to streets against the oppressive laws passed by the Government. These were …

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Politics beyond Pity: Looking at the condemnation of the events of Republic Day, 2021

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  Naichashakh (नैचाशाख) The farmer’s protests which managed to persuasively register themselves in early November as the farmer groups and unions moved past the barricades, heavy police deployment, water cannons, and several other obstacles to lodge themselves firmly at the seat of political power have opened up the many contradictions which make or rather un-make …

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Call for Law Interns

Call for Interns

  Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project Call for Law Interns The Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project (CPAProject) is a research and litigation intervention working to build accountability against the unjust criminalisation of marginalised communities, and towards decarceration. We are looking for legal interns for remote internships from November 2020 to January 2021. The work …

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Assessment of Health and Economic Status of Adivasis during COVID-19 Crisis

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John Kujur The pandemic COVID-19 has wreaked an unprecedented health crisis and subsequently led to socio-economic instability across the world. The impact of the pandemic is perceived to be pernicious for every person irrespective of caste, class, sex, religion, race etc. However, the burden of such crises is often shifted to the vulnerable sections of …