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Iron Lady Irom Sharmila charged for attempting suicide

Iron Lady Irom Sharmila charged for attempting suicide

By- Correspondent Advertisements A Delhi court framed charges against Irom Sharmila Chanu on today, who has been on fast for about 12 years demanding repeal of controversial AFSPA, for allegedly attempting to commit suicide during her fast unto death in the national Capital in 2006. Metropolitan Magistrate (MM) Akash Jain framed charges against 40 years old […]

Gang Rape – Weapon of India against itself

Gang Rape – Weapon of India against itself

India can’t hide itself now, no matter what prime minister Manmohan Singh or Congress(INC) chief Sonia Gandhi’s promise is on justice for the recent Delhi gang rape victim. The gang rape victim died, but it left public anger among all citizens of India with doubts and questions against the governance of India. It is not […]

Tata’s blind eye to Ethics – Tata Teleservices shuts shop in Assam, NE & Kashmir

Tata’s blind eye to Ethics – Tata Teleservices shuts shop in Assam, NE & Kashmir

During a TV interview on July 9th, 2012 Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata had regretted for his failure in creating a truly open, flat, transparent organisation. It was evident that he was deeply pained because of Tata group getting dragged into the 2G spectrum allocation controversy (after the tapes of corporate lobbyist Nira Radia were […]

Youth from Assam bawl for unity of North East

The recent exodus of about 30,000 of North East students, professional and workers from other parts of India due to the choreograph rumors after the fallout of ethnic violence in Kokrajhar, which have displaced about 400,000 people, killing 75, is termed as terrible violence between tribal Bodos and Muslims. The politician are cashing on such unfortunate incidents […]

The Hunger – 11 years and counting

The Hunger – 11 years and counting

Symbolic human representation of Irom Sharmila was addressed on 18th August 2012 near Dighalipukhuri and platform was eventually staged to voice ones opinion by a group named Yellow Cab. There were guest came from Manipur including Irom Sharmila’s siblings. Yellow Cab have been travelling various places meeting different people, various classes and categories of people […]

AFSPA – UN puts India in uncomfortable Zone

By- Staff Reporter | Date- June 04, 2012 Repeal of the controversial Armed Forces Special Power Act, 1958 (AFSPA) was one of the major recommendations made in the 13th Session of Periodic review on 30th May, 2012 when the Working Group of the United Nations’ Human Rights Council (HRC) adopted the draft report on India’s […]

The Human Rights Movement and Parag Kumar Das

The Human Rights Movement and Parag Kumar Das

When we turn the pages of history, we find people who used the pen and others who believed in the sword/gun to change society for the benefit of mankind. Gandhi, the father of the nation believed in non-violence and used the pen to fight British imperialism. Likewise Parag Kumar Das, who initiated the Human Rights […]

No Best Civilian amongst 1.2 Billion people – Bharat Ratna Evaluation needs Transparency

No Best Civilian amongst 1.2 Billion people – Bharat Ratna Evaluation needs Transparency

By– Priyankan Goswami Mother Teresa was awarded the Bharat Ratna after she became recipient of Nobel Prize for peace in 1979. If Irom Sharmila of Manipur gets the Nobel Peace prize for her more than decade long hunger strike to scrap a draconian inhuman Indian law called AFSPA, will the Indian State who always considered […]

ULFA Acting Chairman urges for Mass action against AFSPA

ULFA Acting Chairman urges for Mass action against AFSPA

By- Staff Reporter | Date- January 04, 2012 Acting Chairman of United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), Dr Abhijit Bormon has appealed to the people of Assam to stand up against social evils and to act united against the social demolition of the Assamese society. Further, the outfit has appealed to the people of Assam […]

Indian Democracy – Where Anna Hazare failed

Indian Democracy – Where Anna Hazare failed

No Anna or Irom Sharmila, no amount of hunger strikes or street protests will be able to clean our democracy whose virtues are slowly being spilled into the greater drains of capitalism, nepotism and imperialism. By – Priyankan Goswami The version 3.0 of Anna Hazare fasting for Lokpal bill has come to an end, even […]