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2006 - Communalism in Orissa, A Report

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Indian People’s Tribunal and Angana P. Chatterji
Synopsis

COMMUNALISM IN ORISSA
Report of the Indian People's Tribunal on Environment and Human Rights

Tribunal Led By:
Justice K. K. Usha (Retired)
Former Chief Justice, Kerala High Court

Tribunal Convenors and Report Editors:
Dr. Angana P. Chatterji and Advocate Mihir Desai

 

 

2006 - Communalism in Orissa, A Report

Copyrights
Indian People’s Tribunal and Angana P. Chatterji
Synopsis

COMMUNALISM IN ORISSA
Report of the Indian People's Tribunal on Environment and Human Rights

Tribunal Led By:
Justice K. K. Usha (Retired)
Former Chief Justice, Kerala High Court

Tribunal Convenors and Report Editors:
Dr. Angana P. Chatterji and Advocate Mihir Desai

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Jobless shoe polish workers in Mumbai face risk of starvation

The livelihoods of almost 35,000 shoe polish workers in Mumbai are at risk as they face possible starvation amidst the lockdown. Entirely dependent on the earnings of Mumbai's millions of daily local train passengers, they are now being mistreated and asked to vacate the station premises by the railway authorities. Manohar Das, a shoe polish worker, appeals to the authorities for relief.

Jobless shoe polish workers in Mumbai face risk of starvation

The livelihoods of almost 35,000 shoe polish workers in Mumbai are at risk as they face possible starvation amidst the lockdown. Entirely dependent on the earnings of Mumbai's millions of daily local train passengers, they are now being mistreated and asked to vacate the station premises by the railway authorities. Manohar Das, a shoe polish worker, appeals to the authorities for relief.

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Delhi HC

Hate Speech and Delhi Pogrom 2020

A spate of provocative speeches, that amount to hate speech in law and should be prosecuted allowed blood letting to spill on the streets of north east Delhi in February-March 2020
hashimpura

Hashimpura Massacre

The Lemmings of Hashimpura
summer

Summer Culture

Our first summer culture bouquet features fiction from Syria and Iraq and poetry and art from Palestine.
khoj

Teaching Without Prejudice

Report of the CABE Committee on 'Regulatory Mechanisms for Textbooks and Parallel Textbooks Taught in Schools Outside the Government System

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