Hate speech surges across the country as right wing organisations hold events where speakers target India’s religious minorities

Hate speech on the rise as right-wing organisations host events featuring speakers who target India's religious minorities

Telangana Hate Crimes: a closer look as Election Day approaches 

Minorities in Telangana face threats, attacks, hate speech over the year as electoral campaigns by various parties continue. The report, brought together by Citizen for Justice and Peace's Nafrat Ka Naqsha, highlights the hate that has been spreading throughout the state. 

Hindus for Human Rights (HHR) protests suspension of ‘X’ account

Progressive Hindus under the banner of Hindus for Human Rights (HHR) call out the Elon Musk-GOI axis in ensuring that their ‘X’ account is suspended

UP: Another teacher asks student to slap classmate, complaint lodged

Reports of a communal incident of another teacher asking a student to beat a Hindu student has come to light in Uttar Pradesh. The accused has been arrested.

3 lakh hectares of forest land diverted for non-forest use over 15 years, compensatory afforestation programme a showpiece  

Punjab tops lists of the MoEFCC provided data on divergence of forest land for non-forest use, mining projects account for the highest diversion

While Modi plays the OBC card, backward castes & Adivasis remain excluded from Central University

The premier educational institutes of the country continue to exclude marginalised communities. According to the latest figures, the constitutionally-mandated reservation policies are not fully implemented in 45 central universities. 

Hate Speech targeting minorities continue nationwide, from Daman to Delhi

Multiple incidents of derogatory and dehumanising hate speech towards Muslims reported across India.

Times Now Navbharat: Where hate sells like hot cakes daily

The Hindi news channel of the powerful Times Group has been belligerently pushing its anti-minority agenda through its shows: an analysis of their content of over just seven days, shows how tireless they are in propagating hate; where this leaves the quality and standards of fair and equitable practices in broadcasting is a question that bears examination

Tragic Odisha train crash claims lives of Bengal migrant workers

CJP and Bangla Sanskriti Mancha extend immediate support to migrant families affected by the Odisha train crash


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