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Devaswom Board Rejects Filing Review Petition, Deadlock continues in Sabarimala

An emergency meeting has been convened by the members of Devoswom board in Thiruvananthapuram in the Sabarimala case, but it failed to end the deadlock because the board rejected the proposal to filing a review petition in the Supreme Court  Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran  Thiruvithamkoor Devaswom Board’s (TDB) meeting with the stakeholders broke down as the Board rejected the proposal for filing review petition before SC. It is alleged that TDB took an adamant stand, de

Life between Collapses and Risks in Mamata’s Jungle Raj

A massive fire at a chemical factory in Kolkata is the latest disaster in Mamata’s Bengal where accidents are no more accidental. Killings, bridges collapsing and Dalits getting killed is the ‘new-normal’ Mamata Banerjee- 'Directionless, anti-people'  A massive fire broke out at a chemical factory in Kolkata’s Tangra area on October 15 evening, ANI reported. According to initial reports, the fire broke out at 5.23 pm following which ten fire tenders were rushed to the

Who is Sabotaging the Repatriation of Bru Refugees?

After Central Government made a breakthrough on repatriation laced Bru refugees, the implementation of the same is being sabotaged on the ground. The question that remains unaddressed is whether the Bru tribe will ever be welcome to their home state of Mizoram after more than two decades of exile -SK Kaul   In 1997, Bru (better known as Reangs) had to flee from their villages in Mizoram. It happened after an incident involving the murder of a Mizo lady alleged to have been committed by Reangs. Their
Women Volunteer Gear Up to Stop Other Women from Entering Sabarimala; are we going to Witness the People’s Faith Vs Law Scenario Now?Women volunteers have reached Nilakkal, the gateway to Sabarimala Temple, by about 10 am today, October 16, to make sure other young women do not go to the Sabarimala shrine. Now, they are stopping the vehicles and giving awareness advices against the temple entry of women between the age of 10 and 50.   Kerala on boil, protesters flock streets against SC verdict These women volunteer were telling the media that if at all young women come and insist on going ahead to the shrine, they wou
Experts for Reforms in PolicingBureaucrats, judges and retired IPS officers stress on police reforms to change the image of police in the States-Surender Singhal New Delhi: Leading bureaucrats, judges, advocates and activists fighting for the public cause stressed on the need that the police should shun the colonial mindset and behave in more accountable and efficient manner. They raised their voice for reforming the police system as per the recommendations of the National Police Commission and Supreme Court order of 2006. These exp
Separate religion code in census will weaken the tribal societyShirdi: The three-day national conference of Akhil Bharatiya Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram, held from September 30 to October 2, stressed that the demand for a separate religion code would weaken the triabl society. A resolution passed at the meeting to this effect said the number of Hindus had reduced to 80% in 2011 among tribals whereas 90-95% of tribals had recorded their names in Hindu category from 1931 to 1951. In this period Christian population in tribal communities has grown from 1-2% to 10%. Hence, the de
RSS is Beyond Politics  Shri K Pandiyarajan Chennai: Participating in the ‘Maha Seva’ organised by RSS workers on October 2, Tamil, Tamil Culture and Archaeology Minister in Tamil Nadu Government Shri K Pandiyarajan said the RSS is not a political organisation and he has no hesitation, guilt or uncertainty in participating in the seva organised by the RSS workers. “The reason I came to join this event is the noble cause of the programme and the participation of thousands of youngsters, who have a