Mohammad Akhlaque, Majlum Ansari, Imteyaz Khan, Pehlu Khan, Sheikh Naim, Mohammad Halim, Mohammad Sajjad, Uttam Verma, Ganesh Gupta and now Zafar Hussein. Yet another horrific case of mob lynching, the second successive incident in Vasundhara Raje’s Rajasthan in last three months. The previous cases of lynching in UP, Jharkhand or
On 19th June, CPI(ML) General Secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya along with CPI(ML) Politburo member Prabhat Kumar and Rajasthan State Secretary Mahendra Choudhury and Udaipur District secretary Chandradeo Ola and other Left leaders including veteran CPI leader and former MLA Com. Meghraj Tabad and Udaipur district secretary of CPI(M) Com. Mohanji Khokhawat
The Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Mahasabha (AIKM) called for nationwide protests on 15 June against the firing on farmers in Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh that led to the death of 6 farmers while several others were severely injured. The farmers had been protesting against the governmental apathy to the deteriorating conditions of
It was through the notification published by CBSE dated 6th June that the students got to know that the upcoming NET exam will be held on 19 November 2017, which means the NET exam scheduled for July 2017 is being effectively skipped. It has been also reported in newspapers that
Since the day the Supreme Court ordered that liquor shops be shifted at least 500 metres away from highways, a state-wide anti-liquor movement has intensified in Uttarakhand. For a long time, women in Uttarakhand have been conducting a movement against state-encouraged alcoholism. However, instead from responding to the demands of
The left student and youth organisations in Bihar including AISA, AISF, SFI, AIDSO, RYA, AIYF, DYFI and AIYO called for Bihar Bandh on June 8 to protest against the massive rigging in the results of the Inter-Exam in the state. The effect of the Bandh was felt throughout the state.